Richard Green is pleased to announce the opening of our annual ‘50 paintings under £50,000’ exhibition, a wonderful opportunity for buyers to create a collection with confidence, to be held at 147 New Bond Street, London from Wednesday 15th January. Featuring an extensive range of periods, styles and subject matter, including landscape, portraiture, marine, sporting, still life and genre painting from the seventeenth to the twentieth century. Including realist and impressionistic techniques from figuration to abstraction, this exciting exhibition offers the chance to purchase excellent examples by well-known masters at affordable prices from £4,000 to £49,000. Each beautifully framed and in superb condition, this carefully curated selection of paintings derive from stately homes, some deaccessioned from public institutions and others purchased or gifted directly from the artist, with previous owners including the manufacturer of patent medicines, Sir Joseph Beecham, Bt (1848-1916), the newspaper proprietor, William Berry, first Viscount Camrose (1879-1954) and the Art Institute of Chicago.
The illustrious list of art works includes a vivid portrait of British India in the late eighteenth century, Lieutenant-Colonel William Sydenham and his wife Amelia by Robert Home, a student of Angelica Kauffmann and later chief portrait painter in Calcutta; an exhilarating race Into the dip, Newmarket by Peter Biegel, the only student of Lionel Edwards and one of the finest equestrian artists of his generation; and a delightful depiction of playful kittens by Henriette Ronner-Knip, mistress of the feline portrait. Two radiant still lifes by Eloise Harriet Stannard evoke fruits of the festive season, while Jules Noel’s beautiful pair of paintings at Le Treport, open a series of stunning French landscapes regardless of the weather. The sun always shines in Dorothea Sharp’s joyful beach scenes, The sand castle is a charming example, while a rainbow shines over Philip Connard’s Royal Academy exhibit of 1925, Putney Heath. The exhibition concludes with Royal Academicians, Mary Fedden and Alan Davie representing Post-War painting.
147 New Bond Street, London W1S 2TS