LIST 480 – MAY 2018


JOHN FARLEIGH R.E. (1900-1965)

Wood-engravings to illustrate The Story of David, A. and C. Black, 1934




PAUL NASH (1889-1946)

Wood engravings printed from the original blocks by Ian Hamilton for Garton and Cooke, 1985.





Colour woodcuts from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo (1856-1858)
Printed c.1857.

On each print in the series is the title (top right corner) ‘Meisho Edo Hyakkai’ (‘One Hundred Famous Views of Edo’) and the signature (near the lower right of left edge) ‘Hiroshige ga/hitsu’ in red cartouches. The sub-title with the name of the place or scene is in the square cartouche (shikishi) next to the title.

Each print also bears the Censor’s Aratame seal and the Censor’s date seal, ranging from the Year of the Dragon (Ansei 3 is 1856) and the Year of the Snake (Ansei 4 is 1857) to the Year of the Horse (Ansei 5 is 1858) as well as that of the publisher, Uoya Eikichi.  



REYNOLDS STONE S.W.E. (1909-1979)

Wood engraving for The Old Rectory, Warren Editions, 1976.





Aquatints for the Invitation to a Voyage series (1969-1970)



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.

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