LIST 509 – NOVEMBER 2020

While we will be shut to the public during Lock Down, we will continue to publish twice monthly Lists online introducing new stock and announcing exhibitions. Please do call the gallery number – 020 7637 3981 – if you would like to talk to us about anything you see on the website, but we advise sending an email first if you would like to make reservations. We are always happy to send further photos – frames, versos, inscriptions, something to give scale – so please ask. Should you want to view something ‘in the flesh’ we can put it/them in the Window and you can do a drive or walk-by.

POSTAGE and COLLECTIONS

We will continue to use the Gallery as an Office, so collections can be arranged.

All mounted, unframed works bought between now and Christmas will include postage to UK addresses. The postage /carriage of framed works can be subject to discussion.
We can quote for sending works internationally.


PART I

(Issued Wednesday 4th November)
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RETHEL Alfred (1816-1859)

‘Dance of Death for the Year 1848’.
Woodcuts, with text. The set of 6.
According to Craddock and Barnard’s Catalogue 120, 1970
from which the set was bought ‘an early edition, but not the first’.
The image: 19×12.5 inches. The page 10.75×14.5




.TOPOLSKI AT THE THEATRE

At a time when theatres are horribly Dark this little group of Topolski’s drawings is intended as a vivid reminder of the entertainment that The Theatre brings to our lives.

 

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LIST 509 – NOVEMBER 2020
PART II

(Issued Wednesday 18th November)



Rex Whistler (1905-1944)
Desert Islands

Abbott and Holder own the five copper plates engraved by Whistler in 1930 to illustrate
Desert Islands by Walter de la Mare  (Westminster Press, 1930)
We have commissioned Simon Lawson of Huguenot Editions to print 75 impressions of each.

All are printed on Somerset Satin Soft White 300g paper and four are folded to form a lavish Card (Christmas or Greetings) which can then be framed. Mount and frame available for £35.

HOW ‘THE LIST’ WORKS

Our Lists introduce at least 100 works to our large stock of oil paintings, watercolours, drawings and prints each month.

We are temporarily publishing them in TWO HALVES, on the first and third Wednesdays of the month. Usually, those of you who are on the doorstep would get first go at the new stock, but given The Times, we are treating email enquiries (gallery@abbottandholder.co.uk) in strict order of receipt. Please do call if you would prefer to talk to us about anything you see on the website, but we advise sending an email first if you would like it reserved.

Images: These are 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 are always happy to send further photos – frames, versos, inscriptions, something to give scale – so please do ask. We reserve pictures for 48 hours while they are being considered.

POSTAGE AND COLLECTIONS: We will continue to use the Gallery as an Office throughout Lock Down, so collections can be arranged. All mounted, unframed works bought between now and Christmas will include postage to UK addresses. The postage /carriage of framed works can be subject to discussion. We can quote for sending works internationally.

Approval Service: We are happy to send works on approval, but this is subject to discussion.

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