LIST 476 – DECEMBER 2017

Books AND Pictures for Christmas

On Thursday 14th December Bloomsbury neighbours
London Review Bookshop and Abbott and Holder will both be open until 8pm

Deal of the Evening
10% off all books bought that evening from the LRB


CHRISTMAS OPENING HOURS

We shut for Christmas on Saturday 23rd December (hours that day will be 11am – 4pm)
… and will re-open on Tuesday 2nd January 2018.

NOTE EXCEPTION
We will be CLOSED Tuesday 19th December from 1.30pm for our Christmas Lunch

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SMALL PAINTINGS

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GENERAL WATERCOLOURS and DRAWINGS

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Ferdinand (Ex. Edmund) BECKER (1770s-1825)

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GENERAL WATERCOLOURS and DRAWINGS Cont…

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Paul SANDBY R.A. (1731-1809)

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PRINTS

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Victor STIEBEL (1907-1976)

South African born Stiebel opened his London fashion house in 1932 and, as a fashionable couturier,  was a founding member of the Society of Fashion Designers. He designed many dresses for Princess Margaret including, most famously, her 1960 Going Away outfit.

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How ‘The List’ Works

Our Lists are published here on the first Wednesday of every month. They introduce at least 100 works to the large stock of oil paintings, watercolours, drawings and prints, arranged over three floors at our Museum Street building.

An email alert and link to the new List is sent to those who have asked to receive it on the preceding Tuesday evening. However, nothing is sold from The List before 9.30am on the Wednesday. Those of you who are on the doorstep get first go at the new stock, and while we try to keep telephone and email inquiries in strict order of receipt, there will be times when technological overlaps muddy the system.

Images: These are only intended as an indication of the work – please telephone or email if you have any questions about the photograph’s relationship to the original. We reserve pictures for 24 hours while they are being considered. For larger images or to make reservations please email.

Postage: Most works can be packed and posted, inland and abroad. Do ask and we can give you a quote.