• Construction series, Dock City two

    by Astor Milan Salcedo

    P.O.A.
    Reference:3614 Oil on C-print 59.99 cms x 79.98 cms (23.62 ins x 31.49 ins)
  • Once upon a time series, Lady waiting

    by Astor Milan Salcedo

    £3,500
    Reference:3592 Oil on gelatin silver print 35.48 cms x 27.48 cms (13.97 ins x 10.82 ins)
  • Ruben, Chestnut Colt

    by Emma Kennaway

    P.O.A.
    DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 30.25 x 38.00 ins 76.84 x 96.52 cms SIGNATURE: Initialed and dated lower left, also signed and dated verso MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
  • DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 19.75 x 19.75 ins 50.17 x 50.17cms SIGNATURE: Signed and dated lower left MEDIUM: Oil on canvas Still Life with Pear, Melon and Grapes is a painting by British artist Mary Fedden. Born in 1915, Fedden had a lifelong passion for art and left school at the age of sixteen to study at the Slade School of Art under the theatre designer Vladimir Polunin. Following her tutor’s lead, Fedden went on to work as a set painter at Sadler’s Wells and the Arts Theatre in Great Newport Street in London. This painting reveals Fedden’s career-long preoccupation with still life painting; a genre that she described as her ‘real love’. While the subject may be a traditional one, with a well established place in art history, Fedden rejected the classical origins of the genre with its symbolic significance and realistic representations; instead, Fedden followed the example of earlier Modernists such as Pablo Picasso and Paul Cezanne who strove to break its formal stereotypes, reducing the subjects to their basic forms. Fedden always denied the symbolic significance of the objects in her still life paintings, instead seeing them simply as items that she enjoyed painting.
  • Black Bottle, 2009

    by Mary Fedden

    £24,000
    DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 16 inches x 20 inches / 40.64 x 50.8 cm SIGNATURE: Signed and dated lower right MEDIUM: Oil on canvas  
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