Jonathan Truss (British, Contemporary). Snow Tiger (2003). Original Oil on Canvas. Signed and Dated.
James Brereton (British b.1954) “The Dawn Watch” Original Oil on Wood Panel in a Watts style frame.
Robert Hagan (Australian b.1947) River View with Child Paddling. Original Oil on Canvas.
Alan M Hunt (British, b.1947) Study of a German Shorthaired Pointer Dog (2015). Acrylic on Canvas, Signed. 20” (51cm) x 19.75” (50cm)
Antique Early to Mid-19th Century English School. Portrait of a Boy Listening to a Pocket Watch. Oil on Canvas. in a Watts frame.
Pamela Kay RWS, RBA, NEAC (British, b.1939). Flowers in the Window. Still Life. Oil on Canvas.
Kitagawa Utamaro (Japanese c.1753 - 1806) Mother Suckling Her Baby Extremely Rare Woodcut in Colors
Manuel Higueras (Spanish b.1973) Still Life of a sugar bowl and pewter tankard. Oil on Canvas.
Armand Lemo (French 1881-1935) Art Deco Dark Brown Patinated Bronze Sculpture of a Borzoi Dog
David Denby (British b. 1946). Tesco Bowl (2018). Still life Oil on Board. Signed. Mounted in its original glazed, painted wood box frame.
David Denby, (British b. 1946) Button Thread (2015). Still life Oil on Board. Signed. Mounted in its original glazed, painted wood frame.
Neil Forster (British 1939-2016) Portrait of “Kimmy”, a Jack Russell Terrier, pastels on buff-colored paper, 13.5in x 15in, signed and titled
Andreas Gyula Bubarnik (Hungarian b.1936) Still Life of ham, lemon, silver wine jug, and wine glass, oil on panel, signed lower left, 15.5in x 11.5in,
Albert Moulton Foweraker (British 1873-1942). Westcountry Cottage in Moonlight (1929) Watercolour.
Franz Xaver Wolf (Austrian 1896-1989) Still Life of Flowers and Butterflies. Oil on Wood Panel.
Sandy A M O’Connor (British b.1954) Bronze Bust of Sir Richard Francis Burton (1821-1890) on Pedestal
The Milling Machine. Late 19th / early 20th Century French Impressionist Antique Oil on Panel
Frank Arcuri (American b.1946) Still Life of Flowers in a Glass Vase with Fruit. Oil on Canvas
Alton Roland Lowe (Bahamian b.1946) Hyperrealist Still Life of Silver Teapot, Fruit, and Candlestick. Oil on Panel.
Andreas Gyula Bubarnik (Hungarian b.1936) Still Life of a Silver Teapot, Wine Glass, Peaches and Grapes. Oil on Panel.
Raymond Campbell (British b.1956) Trompe L’oeil Still Life Painting of Vintage Wine Bottles, Wine Glass and Mature Cheese. Oil on Wood Panel
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About UsLefays Fine Arts is the culmination of long periods of drudgery, soul-searching and learning things the hard way to finally arrive at the goal of doing something one really enjoys.
Here’s how we do what we do.:
To interest us, a work of art must be of sufficient quality, interest, and attractiveness that we would be pleased to display it in our own home.
If we are buying at auction, the work must have been listed with an estimate (and therefore reserve) that is considerably less than its value. We then put in a commission bid low enough such that if we are successful we can still make a profit while still selling it for far less than it would be priced in a "bricks and mortar" gallery.
Often we place bids on 30 to 50 lots a month. Sometimes, we are successful with none, sometimes with several. Those we buy we scrupulously research, examine for any defects and, where necessary, sub-contract to museum-standard conservators.
We hope that didn’t sound too easy - it’s not! It has taken many years of learning and experience to become able to do it well.
We love the art we sell, enjoy buying and selling it at well below gallery prices and developing longstanding relationships with the people who buy it from us.
Our comprehensive buyer protection guarantees, reputation for friendly and efficient service, accurate and complete descriptions, secure packing, prompt dispatch and step by step communication are our greatest pride, which we zealously maintain.
A few representative examples of the feedback we have received:
"it is beautiful and in perfect condition. Thank you so much for the care you have
taken." Karen (United States)
"Delivered this morning; hung this afternoon. Simply magnificent." - Joseph (UK)
"Many thanks for the efficiency and courtesy with which you handled the sale. I genuinely appreciate it." Neville (UK)
"Received our painting yesterday, just divine. Thank you for the brilliant packaging, many other sellers could benefit from your style." Georgie (Australia)
"The painting arrived safe and sound. It is very lovely! Thank you so much for your excellent service." Melinda (United States)
"Painting arrived safely & sound! It looks terrific on wall" Jeffrey (United States)
Packaging was superb. Thank you for your effort in making them safe for transit." Mark (United States)
" It was packaged wonderfully...I’m beyond pleased with it and it’s already hanging up and looking completely at home. " Camilla (UK)