Highlights from the London Art Fair 2017

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The London Art Fair took place 20-24 January 2017 and focused on Modern British and Contemporary Art. Pieces from the 20th Century through to the present day were presented in such a way to excite collectors. Borro has compiled a list of the pieces that stood out to us and have an incredible place in the Modern British Art world.

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Morwenna Morrison has painted this unique piece entitled “Et in Arcadia Ego”, which is due to sell for around £10,000.

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This colourful geometric piece is by Biggs & Collings, titled the Great Reward (2014). It is up for sale for £19,500.

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Russell west also created this popping oil and wire piece called “God Particle III”, and is for sale for £8,800.

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The art fair presented a wide range of sculptures to feed those collectors who prefer 3D art. This piece, “L’Enfant  was created by Anna Gillespie and is expected to sell for £14,000.

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One of the pricier pieces is this “Lacrimasa” painting by Howard Morgan, which has a selling price of £73,000.

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This piece is called “Venetians Walking on Duckboards in Flooded Venice” and was created by John Bratby in 1989. It is a huge oil on canvas painting, currently selling for £32,500.

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This extremely large mixed media work is by Trevor Beil, entitled “Westerly”, and is on sale for £36,000.

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This vibrant oil on canvas has been created by John Monks, who has named his work “The Panelled Room”. The price of this eye-catching piece is £52,000.

 

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