Intandane Ltd t/a 69A
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A very rare Afriacan style "Crucifiction" form bronze sculpture by post-war Liverpool Artist Arthur Dooley (1929-1994) and probably made during the 1960s. We are not aware of any other bronzes in this form by the Artist. We have a Certificate of Authenticity for this item which is co-signed by the Arthur Dooley Estate and the Official Arthur Dooley Archive. Condition: Excellent. Bronze: 43cm (17inches) high; 24cm (9.5inches) wide. For many additional enlargements please view item #0355 on our recently constructed Liverpool Shop website at 69aliverpool.co.uk
A charming, signed, pastel portrait by Dorothy Colles (1917-2003) who was (according to an obituary published in the Independent newspaper) "gifted in portraits of children". This picture was drawn circa 1965 (please see our other Colles picture) and was also probably a commissioned piece for an advertising poster. Dorothy Colles has exhibited through the Royal Academy and the Royal Society of Portrait Painting. Condition - excellent. The picture 20 inches by 17.7 inches (51cm x 45cm). The original frame - 23.8 inches by 21.7 inches (60cm x 55cm).
A charming pastel portrait by Dorothy Colles which was commisioned for a "Trufood" advertizing poster. Dorothy Colles (1917-2003) was, according to an obituary in the Independent newspaper,"gifted in portraits of children". She has exhibited through the Royal Academy and the Royal Society of Portrait Painting. There is a water 'splash' above the head of the boy which we have not attempted to restore. Otherwise excellent condition. The picture 19.5 inches by 17.3 inches (49.5cm by 44cm)