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Art & Sculptures

  • Costas Andrew Mikellides (1938-2019) msia, fcsd, 1960s interior watercolour

    Costas Andrew Mikellides (1938-2019) msia, fcsd, 1960s interior watercolour

    $323.00

    Costas Andrew Mikellides (1938-2019) msia, fcsd,  watercolour. A 1960s interior based on 'accent' colour composition (1965)

    Dimensions 17.5cm x 16cm 

    Mikellides is a qualified Interior Designer, former Chairman of the British Institute of Interior Design, Fellow Member of the Royal Chartered Society of Designers, with experience in industry and education. Having worked on commercial and industrial projects in the UK, Europe, the Middle East and the USA for Rolls Royce, John Player and Sons, Bupa Hospitals, Saudi Hotels, the Royal Saudi Family and The United States Air Force. Mikellides has ten years experience as a full time senior lecturer in Design, Cardiff.

     

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  • Costas Andrew Mikellides (1938-2019) msia, fcsd, giclee print, a silver gel ink  'Perception white on black'.

    Costas Andrew Mikellides (1938-2019) msia, fcsd, giclee print, a silver gel ink 'Perception white on black'.

    $646.00

     

    Costas Andrew Mikellides (1938-2019) msia, fcsd, giclee print, a silver gel ink on black card, 'Perception'. Artist, title, medium and labels verso, 55.5cm x 69.5cm

    Mikellides' “perception” images began when he started exploring line and line composition relating to natural forms - woodgrain, wooden furniture, tree trunks, timber structures and lines appearing on natural stone, sand dunes, contour lines of the landscape,  even multiple perspective lines with endless vanishing points…Lines left by flowing lava, fields after a flood..

    Mikellides is a qualified Interior Designer, former Chairman of the British Institute of Interior Design, Fellow Member of the Royal Chartered Society of Designers, with experience in industry and education. Having worked on commercial and industrial projects in the UK, Europe, the Middle East and the USA for Rolls Royce, John Player and Sons, Bupa Hospitals, Saudi Hotels, the Royal Saudi Family and The United States Air Force. Mikellides has ten years experience as a full time senior lecturer in Design, Cardiff.

     

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  • Costas Andrew Mikellides (1938-2019) msia, fcsd, ink drawing, 'Perception black on white'.

    Costas Andrew Mikellides (1938-2019) msia, fcsd, ink drawing, 'Perception black on white'.

    $646.00

     

    Mikellides' “perception” images began when he started exploring line and line composition relating to natural forms - woodgrain, wooden furniture, tree trunks, timber structures and lines appearing on natural stone, sand dunes, contour lines of the landscape,  even multiple perspective lines with endless vanishing points…Lines left by flowing lava, fields after a flood..

    Mikellides is a qualified Interior Designer, former Chairman of the British Institute of Interior Design, Fellow Member of the Royal Chartered Society of Designers, with experience in industry and education. Having worked on commercial and industrial projects in the UK, Europe, the Middle East and the USA for Rolls Royce, John Player and Sons, Bupa Hospitals, Saudi Hotels, the Royal Saudi Family and The United States Air Force. Mikellides has ten years experience as a full time senior lecturer in Design, Cardiff.

     

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  • Japanese midcentury woodblock print by Fumio Fujita signed limited edition print.

    Japanese midcentury woodblock print by Fumio Fujita signed limited edition print.

    $775.00

    No 106/200,

    framed and glazed.

    Dimensions- 38cm x 54cm

    An early woodblock print by the acclaimed Japanese artist Fumio Fujita. 

     Fujita’s signature is featured in both Japanese characters and Western script. The woodblock is in very good condition and has been mounted, framed and glazed.

    Fumio Fujita was born in Aichi province in 1933. He graduated in 1955 from the renowned Musashino College of Fine Arts. In 1963 Fumio Fujita began to make woodblock prints in moku hanga style - self-carved and self-printed. He is one of Japan's most outstanding Sosaku Hanga artists today. Since 1963, he has created stylized natural landscapes which have become increasingly popular for their intricate designs. He is one of the few present-day artists to have contracted with a major Japanese woodblock publisher yet also produce prints himself as an independent artist. The passage of time has slowed his production and there are now very few of his woodblocks available. His main subjects are landscapes with a focus on trees. Fumio Fujita exhibits regularly with "Kokugakai", a Japanese printmaker association. He had several solo shows in Tokyo and exhibits every now and then with the prestigious CWAJ print shows (College Women of Japan), which was established by Oliver Statler after World War II.

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  • Michael Kenny - drawing (1990)

    Michael Kenny - drawing (1990)

    $775.00

    Old Sculpture (study) 2

    Pastal on paper

    Dimensions  - 28.5 x 37.8cm

     

    Kenny (1941-99) is best known as a sculptor, he has also made important reliefs and drawings as well as sculptural constructions in wood and metal.

    Having studied at the Liverpool College of Art and Slade School of Fine Art, Kenny taught at Goldsmiths College 1966–68 and the Slade 1981–82 and was awarded RA in 1986. Kenny completed many public commissions and exhibitions including retrospectives at Wilhelm-Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg (1984), Hansard Gallery in Southampton (1990), and Dulwich Picture Gallery (1994) following a residency there from 1992 to 1993. He died on 28 December 1999 and is buried in Highgate cemetery in London.

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  • Monoprint By George Dannatt Feb 2001

    Monoprint By George Dannatt Feb 2001

    $775.00

    Black with Ochre, Oil on Japanese paper

    Signed and dated on front, title on back. 

    Dannat (1915-2009) started his career as a chartered surveyor.  After army service, in 1944, he entered a career as a music critic for the News Chronicle.  Dannat's produced his earliest art works in 1956, the year he left the chronicle.  From the early 1960s he began a life long association with the Cornish painters, in particular John Wells, Denis Mitchell, Alexander Mckenzie and Roy Conn.  From the early 1970s he became a member of the Penwith society and The Newlyn society and began exhibiting at both galleries. A show was held in conjunction with Wells and Mckenzie was held at the Orion gallery, penzance in 1975. Going forward he exhibited widely in London and America.  His many solo exhibitions culminated in three major shows at Osborne Samuel Gallery, London in 2005, 2008 and 2010.

    In 2015 to celebrate Dannat's 100 birthday, a number of major exhibitions were held around the country.  Pallant house Gallery,  Katherine House Gallery, Southampton City Art Gallery, Dorset County Museum, Osborne Samuel Gallery, London.

    Dimensions,

    Frame 26.5 x 26.5 cm

    Painting 11 x 12.5 cm

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