We are pleased to bring you the eleventh episode in our 'Art in Isolation' series. Philip explores a wonderful modern British picture by Jan Buchanan entitled 'Queen of the Harvest' from his personal collection. We hope you enjoy.
The Telegraph has picked up our 'Art in Isolation' series, made by Philip and Oliver Mould in isolation in the countryside. Read the preview and full feature by Lucy Davies in our latest blog post.
We are delighted to announce the sale of a portrait miniauture by William Wood of Mary Pearson, the real-life inspiration behind Jane Austen's Lydia Bennet in Pride and Prejudice (1813).
Join Philip for the latest episode of 'Art in Isolation', the daily series during lockdown in which Philip invites you into his home and shares his private collection with you. In this episode Philip explores a gorgeous pencil still life from the early 1920s.
Join Philip for the second part of his Cedric Morris themed episode of Art in Isolation, the short series in which Philip Mould invites you into his home and shares with you some of his favourite works of art. To find out more about our current exhibition, click here.
The eighth episode in our short series 'Art in Isolation', Philip's guided art tour of his personal home collection during national lockdown. In this episode Philip shares with you the work of one of his favourite artists, Sir Cedric Lockwood Morris (1889-1982).
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Calling all young artists! Do you know a budding Monet under 12 who would relish the opportunity to have their painting in a frame worthy of Claude himself? We are delighted to announce our involvement in Bourlet Framer's Young Masters Art Prize, in support of the Cavell Nurses' Trust. During this challenging time of isolation and distance, we think that it is important to harbour the creativity of the nation's young artists.
Read the Telegraph article here.
This is the last 'live' episode follow up in our 'Art in Isolation' series, in which Philip takes you around his home and shares some of his favourite works with you in each Instagram live stream. Broadcast daily at 4pm the series has gained a great deal of traction with our clients, followers and fans as well as introducing new visitors to 500 years of British Art.