Alan Davie, in the Making

20.03.17

Article by Sarah Mate.
Regarded by many as Scotland’s most respected painter of the post -war period, Alan Davie was an artist known and revered by his American contemporaries.

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Kees Van Dongen - I dream of Venice

16.09.16

Purchased by David Wade Fine Art acting as agent for a private collector at Christie’s London, recent research, commissioned by David Wade, has identified the sitter as Blanche Dergan the Hungarian-born actress.

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Diamond, An Important 1929 Ben Nicholson

21.07.16

Article by James Rawlin.
Whenever we look over a particular period of a historical artist's work, it is impossible to do this without the benefit of hindsight.

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Exclusive Article by James Rawlin

27.05.16

James Rawlin, former Sotheby's Head of Modern and Post-war British Art writes an exclusive article for David Wade about 'Blade Venus 4', William Turnbull.

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An important L. S. Lowry self portrait

17.03.16

James Rawlin, former Sotheby's Head of Modern and Post-war British Art, and noted authority on the works of LS Lowry writes for David Wade about a rare self portrait ' A Visit to Burton­-on-Trent'.

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A Greater Freedom: Hepworth

10.03.16

Only a few weeks remain to see exhibition: 'A Greater Freedom' at The Hepworth Wakefield, Yorkshire. This follows the artistic developments in Barbara Hepworth’s later years, focusing on the last decade of the sculptor’s life from 1965 – 75.

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Gainsborough in Melbourne

08.03.16

In 1783 Thomas Gainsborough exhibited one of his few seascapes at the Royal Academy. During the exhibition a young Edward Francis Burney, took detailed sketches of many of the exhibits including the seascape.

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The Ingram Collection

23.02.16

The Ingram Collection is acknowledged to be one of the best private collections of modern British art in the world. It belongs to Chris Ingram, a serial entrepreneur and philanthropist, who started collecting in 2002.

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Once In A Lifetime

10.02.16

'Jheronimus Bosch - Visions of a Genius' will run at Het Noordbrabants Museum until the 8th May 2016. Dozens of works by the master from 's-Hertogenbosch will return to the city they were created in 500 years ago for the largest retrospective ever.

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