Saturday, 16 June 2012

£100,000 linocut - Auction Results


Updates on the final prices for the pictures highlighted in recent posts -

Lockdales Auctioneers - The Fine Sale - 13th and 14th June 2012


Lots 719 - "Steeplechasing" by Sybil Andrews (1898-1992)
dates to 1930 and was published in an edition of 60

£19,000 (£22,420 inc buyers premium)

Lot 720 - "Tube Station" by Cyril Edward Power (1872-1951)
published in an edition of 60

£54,000 (£63,720 inc buyers premium)

Lot 721 - "Speed Trial" by Cyril Edward Power (1872-1951)
published 1932 in an edition of 60

£96,000 (£113,280 inc buyers premium)

Lots 722 - "At Lavenham" by Cyril Edward Power (1872-1951)
published in an edition of 100

£750 (£885 inc buyers premium)

Lots 741 - "At Lavenham" by Cyril Edward Power (1872-1951)
published in an edition of 100

£520 (£613 inc buyers premium)





Woolley and Wallis Oil Painting, Watercolours, Prints, Miniatures and Books - 13th June 2012, 


 Lot 112 Elizabeth York Brunton (19th/20th Century)
"Carriages in the Shade" signed woodcut, 29cm by 36cm.


£190 (£240 inc buyers premium)






and another I did not mention


Lot 94 John Platt (20th Century)
"The Ultava at Prague" signed titled and numbered LXII, Woodcut 25.5cm by 36.5cm



£80 (£101 inc buyers premium)






WOW - some breath taking prices !! Over £100,000 for a linocut - more surprising is the £750 paid for the black and white linocut of an old house !! any other artist £20 may be ? The Brunton woodcut made a fair price, although if I had bought it and had it framed ready to exhibit, I doubt I would see much of a profit. A fair price for a collector to have paid.
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