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  • Raoul Dufy (1877 - 1953) was a French painter whose highly distinctive style, combining spontaneous outlines with washes of brilliant colour, expresses vividly the joy of life. Among his most famous w ...
  • Artist: Joan Miró (1893 - 1983) Title: "Barnabé" Medium: Original colour lithograph Image size: 890 x 610 mm (35 x 24 inches) Sheet size: 905 x 630 mm (35 5/8 x 24 3/4 inches) Framed size: 1200 x 950  ...
  • Artist: Joan Miró (1893 - 1983) Title: "Le Corbeau Vizir" Medium: Original colour lithograph Image size: 860 x 582 mm (33 7/8 x 23 inches) Sheet size: 900 x 615 mm (35 1/2 x 24 1/4 inches) Framed size ...
  • Chagall loved Paris, which was the centre of the art world for much of his life, and many of his paintings and prints are replete with the imagery of that great city. In 1954, he produced a series of ...
  • Charles-Éduard Jeanneret, known as Le Corbusier, was a Swiss architect and designer who is generally regarded as a key figure in the development of modern architecture, his work being informed by a ke ...
  • The twenty-two paintings known as the "Constellations" were begun by Miro in Normandy, France in 1939 at the outbreak of the Second World War and completed in Barcelona two years later after Miró and ...
  • Miro liked the collaborative nature of printmaking and from 1960 devoted more time to etchings and lithographs. One notable collaboration was the publication of a new Catalan translation of Saint Fran ...
  • The Turgot "Plan de Paris" was published in 1739 as twenty non-overlapping sectional bird's-eye view maps, at a scale of approximately 1/400, in isometric perspective towards the south-east. It covers ...
  • A prominent English naturalist and ornithologist, George Edwards (1694 -1773) is best known for his work, "A Natural History of Uncommon Birds", which he published between 1743 and 1761 whilst Librari ...
  •  Hand-coloured mezzotint engravings of tulips from: "Phytanthoza Iconographia",  c1739, presented in hand- made, parcel-gilt, ebonised and decalcomania frames.  Johann Weinmann (1683-1741), a German p ...
  • "Horti Medici Amstelodamensis Rariorum" (Rarities of the Amsterdam Physic Garden), 1st edition, 1697 - 1701. ( Ref: Dunthorne: 81) Jan Commelin (1629-1692) was Director of the Amsterdam Physic Garden ...
  • "Liber Veritatis", c1777. One of the most accomplished engravers of the 18th century, Richard Earlom was born in London in 1742 and in his early years studied under the Italian painter and engraver Gi ...
  • Original nineteenth century plaster cameo seals edged in folded paper and tipped with gold, as issued by Bartolomeo Paoletti (1757-1834) and his son Pietro Paoletti (1801-1847). These ‘Grand Tour’ sou ...
  • A wonderful selection of  hand-coloured mezzotint engravings from: "Phytanthoza Iconographia",  c1739, presented in hand- made parcel-gilt, ebonised and decalcomania frames.  Johann Weinmann (1683-174 ...
  • Fine hand-coloured engravings of citrus fruits from the "Nurnbergisch Hesperides", published by Johannes Volckamer 1708-14, presented in our exclusive decalcomania frames with 23ct gold leaf trellis-w ...
  • George Brookshaw (1751-1823) The "Pomona Britannica" (1812) depicts varieties of fruits cultivated at the Royal Gardens at Hampton Court and Kensington Gardens at the beginning of the nineteenth centu ...