Art

The Art department at Fieldings sells an eclectic mix of artwork from 16th century paintings to watercolours, miniatures, etchings, sculptures and contemporary works. Monthly sales provide our buyers with an opportunity purchase anything from a Banksy to an Old Master. The department is run by Bill Lacey, who has over 40 years experience in the business, so you are in safe hands. Read more

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Most recent auction

The September Sale Including Back to the Future : Thursday 17 September 2020

Lot 973

A Queen Anne Britannia silver coffee pot of plain tapering cylindrical form with engraved central…

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Lot 973

Lot 1136

An gentleman's stainless steel, manual wind, Omega Speedmaster limited edition professional moon…

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Lot 1136

Lot 1170

A gentleman's stainless steel Rolex Oyster Perpetual wrist watch with batons to a red grape dial,…

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Lot 1170

Lot 756

A very large Chinese Wucai glazed 'Butter lamp' stem bowl, Xuande (1426-1435) six-character mark, but…

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Lot 756

Lot 1008

A William IV hallmarked silver melon shaped tea pot the plain cushion hexagonal body below a leaf…

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Lot 1008

Lot 970

A 19th Century Dutch silver marriage casket decorated with pierced and engraved floral decoration to…

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Lot 970

Lot 763

A Chinese blue and white 'Bajixiang' style bowl, Qianlong (1735-96) seal mark, richly decorated in…

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Lot 763

Lot 1144

An gentleman's stainless steel Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean wrist watch, three subsidiary dials and…

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Lot 1144

Lot 1122

A matching 18ct diamond pendant and earrings, the open circular pendant with eighteen brilliant cut,…

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Lot 1122

Lot 1124

An 18ct white gold diamond halo ring, the central rose gold, claw set solitaire weight approximately…

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Lot 1124

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Fieldings house paintings record – a 1920s modernist linocut by Cyril Power (1872-1951) sold for £51,000.

Bill’s most memorable find – an early 18th Century equestrian painting by English artist John Wootton found in Herefordshire, sold for £326,000.

Bill's dream find – a pre-Raphaelite painting by Birmingham artist Edward Coley Burne-Jones.

CYRIL POWER -(1872 - 1951). The Escalator - A linocut printed in colours, sold £51,000

LAWRENCE STEPHEN LOWRY (1877-1976) - Street Scene, pen and pencil drawing, sold £26,500

Mary Fedden, RA (1915-2012) - 'Eggs on a Dish', oil on board, sold £7,600

EDGAR HUNT (1876-1953) - Piglet's feeding time, oil on canvas, sold £8,000

CYRIL POWER - 1872 - 1951. Skaters - A linocut, sold £8,000

JOHN FREDERICK HERRING (JUNIOR 1815-1907) - Horses, pigs and ducks on a heath, sold £3,400

ITALIAN SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY) - St. John the Baptist, oil on canvas, sold £11,500

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