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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We offer a free valuation service every Tuesday at our saleroom between 10am and 4pm as well as regular Valuation Events in other venues.

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Meet our Art specialist

Bill Lacey

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Collecting Japanese woodblock prints

The art of Japanese woodblock prints represent stunning representations of Japanese life from breath-taking landscapes and beautiful women to...

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Print collecting

It may sound like a paradox but my advice to would-be collectors is never collect anything that is sold as collectable.  Things like first...

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Birmingham TV : West Midlands Treasures ad 5

Andy Mayall, Bill Lacey and Judith Woolger show you behind the scenes at Fieldings Auctioneers with the help from Birmingham TV presenter Emer...

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Birmingham TV : West Midlands Treasures ad 6

Andy Mayall, Bill Lacey and Judith Woolger show you behind the scenes at Fieldings Auctioneers, with the help from Birmingham TV presenter Emer...

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Our next auction

The September Sale: Saturday 7 September 2019

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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.

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