Blog Week 4
What a busy week of exciting new arrivals we have had in the gallery this week. With Christmas and the new year well and truly behind us the new works for 2019 have been arriving almost daily culminating in an amazing collection of new works this weekend.
New Isherwood’s for 2019
As our regular clients will be aware, James Lawrence Isherwood has been one of our most popular artists over the last few years and with such demand for a deceased artist, sourcing new works is becoming increasingly challenging. Recently we have shipped Isherwood’s work as far afield as Jersey and Amsterdam so his collector base is undoubtedly growing as more and more collectors became aware of his work.
With this in mind, we have been thrilled to acquire a new collection of paintings covering some of his most popular subject matters. This weekend the new collection will be on show in the gallery including works of London, Wigan and Southport along with a rare horse racing watercolour. With such a rare and diverse collection on show, we do hope that you can call in and view the works.
Tom Butler – Cutting Edge Collection with Free Book
With an alternative view on the London Skyline, we have also just taken delivery of the latest collection from collage artist Tom Butler. Both innovative and imaginative, Butler uses a variety of media including newspapers and glossy supplements to create his collages and explores some of the world’s most beautiful cities in this latest limited edition collection.
The entire collection is available in the gallery or online now and with each limited edition purchase, the lucky collector will also receive a free hardback collectors edition book while stocks last.
New from Mario Sanzone
Following on the cityscape theme, two new works from Mario Sanzone are also in the gallery now. Recognisable for his night scenes of European cities, the two new works depict both Amalfi and Venice in his trademark style. With prices starting at only £695, Mario’s works offer great value and are well worth a look in the flesh.
Hummingbirds by Jose Munoz
The full collection of Jose Munoz bronze hummingbird sculptures have also arrived from the US this week. Cast in the same foundry as the Frogman bronzes, Munoz’ hummingbirds are stunning. Cast in molten bronze and finished in the same vibrant patinas, the edition sizes are small, usually from 100 worldwide, making the sculptures fantastic collectors piece.