• Distinguished Gentleman

    by Edwin Harris

    £3,500
    DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 8 x 6 inches (20.32 x 15.24 cm) SIGNATURE: Signed (upper right) MEDIUM: Oil on panel   MAKE AN ENQUIRY

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    • I Dream of a MEGA Marilyn

      by Pure Evil

      £4,000
      DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 59.1 x 59.1 inches (150 x 150 cm) MEDIUM: Ink on canvas SIGNATURE: Signed and titled (verso) Pure Evil was born as Charles Uzzell Edwards in South Wales, in 1968. He grew up in an artistic household, with his father being an artist, demonstrating a range of influences from cubism to minimalism, from Matisse to Chagall. In the 1990’s Edwards went to San Francisco where he began working as a designer for a clothing label. It was here that he produced many a t-shirt design whilst of course, discovering Street art. Inspired by the initial influence of Twist and Reminisce, with a dose of skate culture thrown in, Pure Evil graced freeways with “Dump Bush” slogans and tagged gun stores as “Murderers.” But there was one image he couldn’t fulfill with graffiti or sketches–Pure Evil longed for “dirty London and so returned home to London and began spraying his  signature tag of rabbit with large fangs. MAKE AN ENQUIRY

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      • Marilyn Snap On Tools

        by Pure Evil

        £2,750
        DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 24 x 31.9 x 2.8 inches (61 x 81 x 7 cm) MEDIUM: Spray painted on vintage tool hanging board Pure Evil was born as Charles Uzzell Edwards in South Wales, in 1968. He grew up in an artistic household, with his father being an artist, demonstrating a range of influences from cubism to minimalism, from Matisse to Chagall. In the 1990’s Edwards went to San Francisco where he began working as a designer for a clothing label. It was here that he produced many a t-shirt design whilst of course, discovering Street art. Inspired by the initial influence of Twist and Reminisce, with a dose of skate culture thrown in, Pure Evil graced freeways with “Dump Bush” slogans and tagged gun stores as “Murderers.” But there was one image he couldn’t fulfill with graffiti or sketches–Pure Evil longed for “dirty London and so returned home to London and began spraying his  signature tag of rabbit with large fangs. MAKE AN ENQUIRY

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        • Pure Evel Kinevel

          by Pure Evil

          £10,000
          DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 72.2 x 54.3 inches (183.5 x 138 cm) MEDIUM: Ink on canvas SIGNATURE: Signed (verso) Pure Evil was born as Charles Uzzell Edwards in South Wales, in 1968. He grew up in an artistic household, with his father being an artist, demonstrating a range of influences from cubism to minimalism, from Matisse to Chagall. In the 1990’s Edwards went to San Francisco where he began working as a designer for a clothing label. It was here that he produced many a t-shirt design whilst of course, discovering Street art. Inspired by the initial influence of Twist and Reminisce, with a dose of skate culture thrown in, Pure Evil graced freeways with “Dump Bush” slogans and tagged gun stores as “Murderers.” But there was one image he couldn’t fulfill with graffiti or sketches–Pure Evil longed for “dirty London and so returned home to London and began spraying his  signature tag of rabbit with large fangs. MAKE AN ENQUIRY

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          • Ghost Town – Lockdown 2

            by Pure Evil

            £3,500
            DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 39.4 x 39.4 inches (100 x 100 cm) SIGNATURE: Signed 'Pure Evil' (verso) MEDIUM: Giclee print on canvas with hand-finishing using Crink pens and acrylic MAKE AN ENQUIRY

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            • MEDIUM: Black chalk DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 8 x 13.2 inches (20.3 x 33.5 cm) (framed) 13.8 x 19.1 inches (35.1 x 48.5 cm) SIGNATURE: Inscribed (verso) MAKE AN ENQUIRY:

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              • A man reaching out towards a hand that goes out of the image standing in a street of white stone buildings and with two cats in the front

                Buon Giorno, 1983

                by Mary Fedden

                £19,000
                MEDIUM: Watercolour and pastel on paper DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 8.5 x 6 in. / 21.6 x 15.2 cm SIGNATURE: Signed ‘Fedden' and dated (lower left) This small watercolour by Mary Fedden is actually a remake of an earlier work painted by the artist in 1980. In both she depicts her partner, Julian Trevelyan, standing in a street of white stone buildings reaching out toward a disembodied hand. In this iteration she has chosen to paint two cats rather than the dog featured in the 1980 version. This is an example of Fedden’s characteristic collaging together of imagery to form her compositions – she would make many sketches and pull from them to do this. MAKE AN ENQUIRY

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                • A Pinch of Snuff

                  by Charles Spencelayh

                  £35,000
                  DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 16.50 x 13.50 in./41.91 x 34.29 cm SIGNATURE: Signed (lower right) MEDIUM: Watercolour MAKE AN ENQUIRY

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