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Artfully Displayed

Photo: Architectural Digest

Collecting art is a passion, whether your a novice or an expert, anyone can do it.  Some of the most satisfying discoveries from our buying trips have been unique artworks; from charcoal drawings to oil seascapes. Mixing different styles can help create a unique look for a room, one that is all its own.

Once you've collected an eclectic mix of art, the next step is displaying your collection. That's where the challenge, and fun begins!

 

 

An abstract oil painting on canvas and wood frame (BC86)
A seaside cityscape drawing (BC81)
A large painting by Malcolm Chandler in warm grey (sold)
A large abstract painting by Malcolm Chandler in blues and grey (BC95)
A large abstract painting by Malcolm Chandler (BC92)
A small abstract oil on board by Malcolm Chandler (sold)
A small oil on board by Diane Kingsley (BC91)
An abstract painting titled 'Building Site' by Peggy Trotman (BC74)
An oil painting on canvas of interior (sold)

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