25 Blythe Road

25 Blythe Road was founded in 2007 and now runs biannual auctions in five different categories. This includes two online auctions: British & Continental Pictures, and Islamic, Indian, Himalayan and South East Asian Works of Art which take place on this this website. The three live auctions that take place in the 25 Blythe Road gallery, accompanied by online and telephone bidding, are Decorative Works of Art, Antique Arms, Armour and Militaria, and Maritime and Scientific Models, Instruments and Works of Art. Each online and live auction is preceded by viewing days at the 25 Blythe Road Gallery.

 

 

Countries
  • United Kingdom

Blog posts about "25 Blythe Road"

Realized prices "25 Blythe Road "

A UNIQUE COLLECTION OF APPROXIMATELY TWO HUNDRED
A UNIQUE COLLECTION OF APPROXIMATELY TWO HUNDRED 'PADDLE STEAMER' POSTCARDS AND PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES 20TH CENTURY including the 'Waverley', 'Ravenswood', 'Westward Ho', 'Cambria', mounted for display in an album 25 Blythe Road
•EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) SIECI (NETS)
•EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) SIECI (NETS) signed with initials u.r., photographer stamp on verso, silver print, late 1960 27cm by 35cm 25 Blythe Road
A BRONZE FIGURE OF DANCING KRISHNA , Tamil Nadu, South India, 17th/18th century
A BRONZE FIGURE OF DANCING KRISHNA Tamil Nadu, South India, 17th/18th century the youthful deity standing on one foot on a lotus base, his left hand raised, his right holding a butter ball, his hair tied in a bun 9.8cm high 25 Blythe Road
FREDERICK CAYLEY ROBINSON, ARA RWS
FREDERICK CAYLEY ROBINSON, ARA RWS (BRITISH,1862-1927) TWO GIRLS IN A ROOM BY LAMPLIGHT, A NEW MOON IN THE SKY OUTSIDE signed with initials and dated '01 l.r; tempera on board 20.5cm x 16cm; 8in x 6 1/4in Frederick Cayley Robinson was born in Brentford , a village on the Thames to the west of London, and was educated partly in France. He trained at St. John's Wood Academy and The Royal Academy Schools in London. After living on a yacht for two years sailing around the English coast, he studied from 1890 to 1892 at the Academie Julian in Paris. In 1898 he travelled to Florence and he also stayed in Newlyn and elsewhere before settling in Holland Park's artistic community in London. He exhibited at the Royal Society of British Artists from 1888 and at the Royal Academy from 1895. The main influences on his style were Burne Jones, Puvis de Chavannes and, from 1898, Fra Angelico and the Florentine tempera painters. From 1914 he also taught composition and figurative and decorative art at the Glasgow School of Art. This is a symbolist painting by an artist who drew on a number of cultural traditions. The result was that Cayley Robinson painted his own personal visions. These were not necessarily on a grand scale, in terms of either size or subject matter (although they could be as in the murals of the Four Acts of Mercy which he painted for the Middlesex Hospital). He often painted interiors and was fascinated by the effects of artificial light which he used to convey the atmosphere of a dream world, full of mystery and private yearning, in many of his pictures. The present painting from 1901 shows two young women in a room after dusk. 25 Blythe Road
A BRONZE DONOR FIGURE: Nepal, 18th/early 19th century
A BRONZE DONOR FIGURE: Nepal, 18th/early 19th century, on single lotus openwork base, the nobleman kneeling before a donation bowl, holding objects, wearing pleated coat and flared cap, the base indistinctly inscribed in newari, 15cm high 25 Blythe Road
25 Blythe Road has 0 objects in the categories.

Find address and telephone number to 25 Blythe Road

25 Blythe Road
25 Blythe Road
LONDON
W14 0PD
enquiries@25BlytheRoad.com
www.25BlytheRoad.com
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7806 5541
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7806 5546
Advert