Stockroom by Genre
A quick search under various genres by subject or medium
Over the last 30 years we have held 20 exhibitions of Early Australian Watercolours and Drawings. Often the best works are still available at the end of the exhibitiion. I recently sold a Streetonof Sydney Harbour that I had exhibited in 1988. It had been wrapped up in the stock room ever since.
Here are some watercolours and drawings from some of our previous exhibitions
A collection of landscapes, mostly Australian, currently available dating from 19th Century artists, Louis Wood, J. W. Curtis, J. H. Carse, A. H. Fullwood and more until current artists, Celia Perceval, Nick Botting and Jan Senbergs
Paintings bought directly from the artists by London dealer, John Barkes.
The artists are professional painters and members of a Union of Artists. Many are represented in Russian museums and, since the Gorbachev reforms of the 1980s, their paintings are increasingly seen in galleries in the U.K., Europe, America and, most recently, China.
Among them are many artists who trained and taught at St Petersburg's prestigious Repin Academy, a school which produces graduates renowned for the depth of their draftsmanship and brilliant attention to detail and colour. Russian art has well and truly jumped the Iron Curtain and provides a vigorous secondary market for collectors.