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An Early 20th Century Louis XV Style Child’s Chair and a Grown Up Bottle of Wine

The wine being Opus One 1986, a Californian wine created in a collaboration between Robert Mondavi and the late Baron Philippe de Rothchild. There are more details to explore.

‘On the Beach’ by Stanislav Zhalobnyuk, Soviet/Ukrainian b. 1976

‘On the Beach’By Stanislav Zhalobnyuk, b. Soviet Union/Ukraine 1976 16 x 21.5 in. w/o frame, 19 x 24.5 in. including frame, oil on panel, signed In an exquisite parcel gilt and grey paint gallery frame Zhalobnyuk studied at the Odessa State Art Theatre School and with M. B. Grekova (department of painting) 1996-2001. ...

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‘Battle Cry’ Attributed to Alexei A. Gorbenko, Soviet Russian b. 1919

5 x 5 in. w/o frame, 8.5 x 8.5 in. including frame, oil on card, unsigned. An evocative study of great beauty and drama in keeping with the best of Russian impressionist tradition.

‘Polychrome Figure’ by Lars Frederick Hegelund, American b. 1947

‘Polychrome Figure’ By Lars Frederick Hegelund, American, born 1947 24 x 30 in. acrylic on canvas, signed (20)15 Lars Hegelund graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Art in Copenhagen and has for many years been active within art, design and architecture in his native country as well as in the US. He has  received significant ...

A Superb French 19th Century Neoclassical Four Column Portico Mantle Clock

SOLD. A stunning French 19th century neoclassical four column portico mantle clock inlaid with intricate designs and richly mounted with high quality ormolu mounts. Very distinguished design and quality. In working order. H 18.5 in. Base 6 x 9.5 in.

Just the Right Mix for that Special ‘Find’

Every day new acquisitions large and small find their way into the galleries. Antiques and Modern Design blend well, we have it all, from 17th century Old Masters to Warhol and Dali.

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‘Portrait of a Lady, Likely the Artist’s Wife’ Attributed to Richard Westall, British 1765-1836

‘Neoclassical Portrait of a Lady, likely the Artist’s Wife’ Attributed to Richard Westall RA, England 1765-1836 25 x 30 in. oil on relined canvas, unsigned Richard Westall RA was an English painter and illustrator of portraits, historical and literary events, best known for his portraits of Byron. He was also Queen Victoria's drawing ...

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