Auction Catalogue - Miscellaneous
An afternoon’s trail hunting (within the law) with a Leics/Northants foot pack of hounds. No need to run or jump through hedges! Just easy walking and viewing hounds working. On a Thursday or Saturday meeting at 1pm with a glass of Port and ending before dusk with a farmhouse tea. Date by arrangement October 2020 to March 2021.
Professionally mounted lino block print of a trout jumping for mayflies by Cornish artist, Lou Tonkin. Print is editioned and signed by the artist, unframed.
A lino block print of 'A Festival of Grayling' printed on actual chip paper from the chippy and professionally mounted. Cut and printed by WTT’s Bruno Vincent, the print is editioned and signed by the artist, unframed. 300mm x 300mm.
An A3 risograph print of a digital illustration of a jumping salmon by artist, Pete Fowler. Most famous for collaborating with the Super Furry Animals, Pete is inspired by animals, music, folklore, myths, psychedelia and super nature. Print is editioned and signed, unframed.
A near-perfect condition copy of Dark Pools: The Dry Fly and the Nymph by Charles Jardine. Signed by Charles and inscribed with a ‘cartoon’. Hardback, with dust jacket.
A signed, limited edition print of sea trout by John Dullaway, no. 2 of 100. John now lives in Sweden but was brought up in the Australian bush and his art is influenced by Australian aboriginal paintings. This interesting print is a stylised sea trout in black, red and white on a blue background. It measures 9in x 8in, plus a black mount. (This description differs from the print catalogue which had no 5 of 100).
A signed copy of Angie Lewin’s book Plants and Places. Angie depicts the natural environment and its native flora in wood engraving, linocut, silkscreen, lithograph and collage. She is a member of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers, the Royal Watercolour Society, the Society of Wood Engravers and the Art Workers’ Guild.
A signed copy of Mark Hearld’s Work Book. The works are grouped into nature-related themes introduced by Hearld, who narrates the story behind some of his creations and discusses his influences. Art historian Simon Martin contributes an essay on Hearld’s place in the English popular art tradition, and also meets Hearld in his museum-like home to explore the artist’s passion for collecting objects, his working methods and his startling ability to view the wonders of the natural world as if through a child’s eyes.
A signed copy of Angie Lewin’s book The Book of Pebbles. Angie depicts the natural environment and its native flora in wood engraving, linocut, silkscreen, lithograph and collage. She is a member of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers, the Royal Watercolour Society, the Society of Wood Engravers and the Art Workers’ Guild.
A copy of 'Stour Diaries' by Chris McCully donated by Medlar Press. McCully shares his angling exploration of the lovely Suffolk Stour Valley, delving deep into its history, culture and ecology as he immerses himself in the landscape of his new home. Over a period of five years, after returning to England from the Netherlands, he comes to know and love the river, from its chalkstream-like source to its muddy estuary 50 miles away, constantly trialling different ways of going after its multiple fish species.