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Westcountry Art featuring Robert Lenkiewicz

Date & Start Time: Wednesday 11th September 2019 - 6.00pm

Viewings: 9th,10th & 11th September 2pm to 6pm

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Lot No. Description Estimate Image
1 Mary Martin (b1951) studied at the Royal Academy, based in St. Dominick, in the Tamar Valley, Cornwall. £300 - 400 Click to view larger size image
2 Mary Martin (b1951) studied at the Royal Academy, based in St. Dominick, in the Tamar Valley, Cornwall. £200 - 300 Click to view larger size image
3 Large oil painting by Douglas M Rawlings (1921 2003) - painted c.1955, Oil on Board 120cm x 90 cm (128cm x 108cm including frame). Signed by the artist (Rawlings) set in a hardwood frame. Provenance; Exhibited at the Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Art in 1956 and the Royal West of England Academy in 1957. Purchased shortly after the artists death, in June 2004 at the Bristol Guild Gallery, Park Street Bristol. The back of the painting bears a sticker printed with the artists name and address in Clifton, Bristol. Douglas Rawlings was a Bristol painter born in 1921. He studied at the West of England College of Art, then part of the Royal West of England Academy. There was a retrospective of his work in Auckland, New Zealand in 2015. Works previously sold at auction include: Spatial Image I and II, (Bonhams 1995) and Clifton Down (2000). Description, Landscape of the China Clay open mining works near St Austell in Cornwall, showing the engine house and the Cornish Alps or white mountains of spoil heaped on the horizon. China Clay or Kaolin was traditionally used in the porcelain and paper industries and now has many other uses including in the manufacture of high quality paint. China Clay mining is one of the main industries of Cornwall. The Eden Project was created in a disused China Clay Pit. The Wheal Martyn Clay Works is a museum dedicated to China Clay in St Austell. £300 - 500 Click to view larger size image
50 Lucianne Lassalle (French, b.1960) a pair of stoneware ceramic sculptures. These were commissioned for a National Trust property in the Tamar Valley. www.luciannelassalle.com (Born in Paris in 1960, now living in Bristol, England, Lucianne Lassalle has made sculpture since she was a child. She grew up in a bohemian artistic environment, her mother was a potter, her father a painter and her Aunt was the muse Sylvette David for Picasso in 1953) £1000 - 1500 Click to view larger size image