LIST 506 – AUGUST 2020

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Monday through Friday 10am – 5pm

NOTE: We will be closed on Saturdays throughout August.
Saturday hours (10am-5pm) will resume from September.
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PART I
(Issued Wednesday 5th August)

STEPHEN TOMLIN (1901-1937)

Bronze Head of Duncan Grant (1885-1978)

Following our recent sale of Stephen Tomlin’s 1924 bronze head of Duncan Grant – the only one known to be in private hands – to the Charleston Trust, we have commissioned an edition of 15 bronzes, cast from the original by Bronze Age London.


Stephen Tomlin (1901-1937)
Duncan Grant (1885-1975)
Bronze. Edition of 15. Cast in 2020 by Bronze Age London for Abbott and Holder JV. Stamped ‘AHJV’ (Abbott and Holder JV), editioned ‘1/15’, foundry stamped and hallmarked using the DACS Bronzechain hallmarking scheme. 14.5 x 9 x11.5 inches. £7200 (£6000 +VAT) 15% of each sale – £900 – will be donated to the Charleston Trust

Cast from the original bronze of 1924, recently sold by Abbott and Holder Ltd to the Charleston Trust.


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LIST 506 – AUGUST 2020

PART II
(Will be issued on Wednesday 19th August)





How ‘The List’ Works

Our Lists are usually published on this website on the first Wednesday of every month, introducing 100 works to our large stock of oil paintings, watercolours, drawings and prints.

However we are temporarily publishing our LISTS in TWO HALVES on the first and third Wednesdays of the month.

Usually, those of you who are on the doorstep of the gallery would get first go at the new stock, but given restrictions to travel, we will take telephone orders (020 7637 3981) and emails (gallery@abbottandholder.co.uk) in strict order of receipt.

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 – framed, versos, inscriptions, something to give scale – so please do ask. We reserve pictures for 48 hours while they are being considered.

Postage: Most works can be packed and posted, inland and abroad. Quotes can be sent.

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

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