ABBOTT John White (1763-1851) CLICK HERE
ACKERMANN Gerald R.I. (1876-1960) CLICK HERE
ALBERS Josef (1888-1976) Six silkscreens from 'Formulation: Articulation' (1972).
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ALDRIDGE John R.A. (1905-1983) CLICK HERE TO VIEW WORKS
ALLFORD Vincent (1889-c.1924) ‘The Guvnor / France / March 1915-May 1919 / 1/23 London (Regiment)’. Ink and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. The Commanding Officer of the 1st battalion of the 23rd London Regiment which fought at Festubert, Loos, the Somme in 1916 and 1918, Messines, Ypres, Cambrai, Lille and Tournai from March 1915 to November 1918. 12.5x8.5 inches.
ALLINSON Adrian (1890-1959) CLICK HERE TO VIEW WORKS
ANDERSON Stanley R.A. R.E. (1884-1966) CLICK HERE TO VIEW WORKS
ANQUETIN Louis (1861-1932) ‘Aux Courses’. Pen and ink on the reverse of an invitation to the wedding of Judith Schwart and Lionel Nunes, 22nd December, 1898. Partial Atelier Stamp verso. Exh: Anthony D’Offay Fine Art, from the collection of the artist’s grand-daughter. Purchased by Dudley Snelgrove. 6.5x7.5 inches. Framed: 15x14.5 inches.
ARCHER Frank R.W.S. R.E. (1912-1995) CLICK HERE
ARDIZZONE Edward R.A. (1900-1980) CLICK TO VIEW WORKS
ARMFIELD Maxwell (1881-1972) ‘Aries’. Pencil, pen, ink and watercolour. Inscribed by the artist. Study from a series of the twelve signs of the Zodiac painted c.1948 to decorate his house, Blue Lodge, Wood Green, Hampshire. Exhibited: Kensington Art Gallery, 1949. Fine Art Society, 1973. 18x18 inches. Framed: 24.5x24 inches.
ARMFIELD Maxwell (1881-1972) ‘Aquarius’: Pencil, pen, ink and watercolour. Inscribed by the artist. Study for one of a series of the twelve signs of the Zodiac painted c.1948 to decorate his house, Blue Lodge, Wood Green, Hampshire. Exhibited: Kensington Art Gallery, 1949. Fine Art Society, 1973. 23x14.5 inches. Framed: 29.5x21 inches.
ARMOUR George Denholm (1864-1949) Keeper (explaining plans for the 12th) “… ther’s a fine lot o’ birds on the top …”. Tennant “What kind of birds?”. Keeper “Grouse, Sir, grouse”. Tennant “Well I wouldn’t go no ‘igher than this … if they was Golden Heagles…”. Pen and ink for Punch, August 11th 1926. Signed. Inscribed beneath the mount. 7.5x11.25 inches.
ARMOUR George Denholm (1864-1949) ‘Guilderstein in Highlands’ / Mrs G: We must leave this horrible place at once Dear. The Keeper has just told me there is disease on the Moor. Good Gracious, the boys might take it!' Pen and ink for ‘Punch', 10th September 1902. Signed. Inscribed beneath the mount. 8x11.25 inches.
ARNALD George A.R.A. (1763-1841) CLICK HERE TO VIEW
AUSTIN Robert Sargent R.E. R.W.S. R.A. (1885-1973) CLICK HERE TO VIEW WORKS
AYRTON Michael (1921-1975) CLICK HERE