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Josef Frans Nollekens "The Card Players", 1735 (The Netherlands / Great Britain, Rococo, cent.

This portrait of Stanley Baldwin (1867-1947) will be on loan to Philip Mould & Co. from the House of Commons Art Collection for, which opens at our Pall Mall gallery on Tuesday. Sir Oswald Birley (1880-1952) first painted Prime Minister Baldwin in January-February 1928 for the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths – Baldwin had been a member of the Company’s Court of Assistance since 1916. Baldwin and his wife were so pleased with the portrait that the Company commissioned Birley to paint a copy…

This portrait of Stanley Baldwin (1867-1947) will be on loan to Philip Mould & Co. from the House of Commons Art Collection for, which opens at our Pall Mall gallery on Tuesday. Sir Oswald Birley (1880-1952) first painted Prime Minister Baldwin in January-February 1928 for the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths – Baldwin had been a member of the Company’s Court of Assistance since 1916. Baldwin and his wife were so pleased with the portrait that the Company commissioned Birley to paint a copy…

Detail from The Brockman family at Beachborough - Temple pond with temple in right foreground) (c. 1744-1746)

Detail from The Brockman family at Beachborough - Temple pond with temple in right foreground) (c.

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Sir Cedric Lockwood Morris, Baronet December 1889 – 8 February was a British artist, art teacher and plantsman. He was born in Swansea but worked mainly in East Anglia. As an artist h.

Le Maitre du Ridotto (actif à Venise vers 1725-1750), L’habit neuf. Photo Massol SVV

Le Maitre du Ridotto (actif à Venise vers 1725-1750), L’habit neuf. Photo Massol SVV

Image of Portrait of a Young Girl standing in a landscape holding a red carnation

Portrait of a Young Girl standing in a landscape holding a red carnation, Attributed to John Greenhill

Fashionable individuals occupying luxurious surroundings had been the subjects of Impressionist artists such as Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Édouard Manet since the 1870s. This detail from Sir Oswald Birley’s ‘The Theatre Box’ shows the elegant profile of a Miss Dunnell

Fashionable individuals occupying luxurious surroundings had been the subjects of Impressionist artists such as Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Édouard Manet since the 1870s. This detail from Sir Oswald Birley’s ‘The Theatre Box’ shows the elegant profile of a Miss Dunnell

Sir Cedric Morris (1889-1982) | Café in rue de la Gaité

'Café in rue de la Gaité' by Sir Cedric Lockwood Morris, The artist, Christopher 'Kit' Wood, wrote of this cafe, where he met Morris: "This is the painter's cafe where all the artists come and talk and meet their friends.

Sir Oswald Birley (1880-1952) was an iconographer of power and although the sitter of this imposing portrait is the artist’s brother-in-law, it was impersonally titled ‘The Fencer’ when Birley exhibited the work. The handsome gentleman depicted is Lieutenant-Colonel Ebenezer John Lecky Pike (1884-1965) MC, who took up fencing while convalescing after distinguished service during the First World War. Fencing helped Pike cope with ‘shell shock’ (now known as post-traumatic stress disorder) as…

Sir Oswald Birley (1880-1952) was an iconographer of power and although the sitter of this imposing portrait is the artist’s brother-in-law, it was impersonally titled ‘The Fencer’ when Birley exhibited the work. The handsome gentleman depicted is Lieutenant-Colonel Ebenezer John Lecky Pike (1884-1965) MC, who took up fencing while convalescing after distinguished service during the First World War. Fencing helped Pike cope with ‘shell shock’ (now known as post-traumatic stress disorder) as…

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Adriaen Backer, 1673 - - - Anthony de Bordes and His Son Anthony

Adriaen Backer, Anthony de Bordes and His Son Anthony 140 x 157 cm Oil on canvas Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

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Sir Oswald Birley’s portrait of ‘Sem’, which was first exhibited at the Paris Salon and with the International Society in London in 1921, and will be exhibited at Philip Mould & Co. next week (until 10th October) for ‘Power & Beauty: The Art of Sir Oswald Birley’. It was hailed as a masterpiece at the Paris Salon and also well received when exhibited in America for the first time at the Duveen Galleries in New York in March–April 1924. Birley was an artist renowned for producing paintings…

Sir Oswald Birley’s portrait of ‘Sem’, which was first exhibited at the Paris Salon and with the International Society in London in 1921, and will be exhibited at Philip Mould & Co. next week (until 10th October) for ‘Power & Beauty: The Art of Sir Oswald Birley’. It was hailed as a masterpiece at the Paris Salon and also well received when exhibited in America for the first time at the Duveen Galleries in New York in March–April 1924. Birley was an artist renowned for producing paintings…

The Card Sharps, c.1790, by The Rev. Matthew William Peters RA 1742 - 1814

The Card Sharps, c.1790, by The Rev. Matthew William Peters RA 1742 - 1814
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