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Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales

David Hockney had always loved the Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales and in 1969 decided to make a suite of 39 etchings for six of his favourite tales.

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David Hockney and The Grimms Fairy Tales Etchings

David Hockney now considers his Grimms Fairy Tale etchings as one of his major successes. He made 39 images for the six fairy tales and we are pleased to have these original etchings, including a number of signed works, available for sale.

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New Paintings by Jilly Szaybo

Jilly Szaybo studied fine art at The Slade, London and makes paintings that are both beautiful and mysterious. We have just taken delivery of some of her new works. In a recent interview with Simon Hester she discussed her work.

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An Interview with the Modern British painter Dom Theobald

We have recently received some beautiful paintings by the British painter Dom Theobald.
In a recent interview for Galleries Magazine he discussed his work with the writer and critic Nicholas Usherwood.

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Background on Paul Nash

Paul Nash was born in London in 1889 and died in 1946. In 1910 he was a student at the Slade School in London. During World War I he was appointed an official war artist.

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David Hockney – Six Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm

In 1969 he embarked on a series of 39 etchings inspired by the Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales. They are now considered to be one of his finest bodies of work.

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Henri Matisse – The Cut-Outs

Henri Matisse in his final years he embarked upon what is now considered to be some of his most original work.

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