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  • 'Zero' Hans Schleger (1898-1976) Grow Your Own Food

    Lithographic poster c. 1940 Printed by Fosh & Kosh Limited for HMSO 76x51cm A copy of this poster is in the collection of the Imperial War Museum. Click here for biographical details and other posters by Hans 'Zero' Schleger. Provenance: the estate of the artist. If you are interested email info@manningfineart.co.uk or call us on 07929 749056.
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    'Zero' Hans Schleger Safety Week

    Lithographic panel poster 1937 Published by London 'Safety First' Council Printed by Dangerfield Printing Company Ltd A copy of this poster is in the collection of the London Transport Museum. Click here for biographical details and other posters by Hans 'Zero' Schleger. Provenance: the estate of the artist. If you are interested email info@manningfineart.co.uk or call us on 07929 749056.
  • Frederick Nash (1782-1856) Drawn and etched

    Engraved by F C Lewis

    South East View of St George's Chapel, Windsor

    To the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Exeter London Published by F Nash, No 6 Asylum Buildings, Westminster Road July 12 1804 39.5x52cm Frederick Nash was born in Lambeth. Initially studying architectural drawing under Thomas Malton he subsequently enrolled at the Royal Academy of Arts. From 1801 to 1809 he worked with the antiquarians John Britton and Edward Wedlake Brayley, subsequently becoming a member of the Society of Painters in Watercolours - a group of painters who had left the Royal Academy following complaints of under-recognition of their works. Latterly primarily a landscape painter he toured the rivers of Germany.
  • Frederick Nash (1782-1856) Drawn and etched

    Engraved by F C Lewis

    South West View of St George's Chapel, Windsor

    To the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Exeter London Published by F Nash, No 6 Asylum Buildings, Westminster Road July 12 1804 39.5x52cm Frederick Nash was born in Lambeth. Initially studying architectural drawing under Thomas Malton he subsequently enrolled at the Royal Academy of Arts. From 1801 to 1809 he worked with the antiquarians John Britton and Edward Wedlake Brayley, subsequently becoming a member of the Society of Painters in Watercolours - a group of painters who had left the Royal Academy following complaints of under-recognition of their works. Latterly primarily a landscape painter he toured the rivers of Germany.
  • A Message from Britain

    1942 Original lithographic poster Printed for HMSO St Paul's Cathedral is depicted surrounded by searchlights as enemy bombers are sought during the Blitz. Tower Bridge and the Houses of Parliament are also clearly visible, as the skyline of London is depicted. The poster was intended for display throughout the Empire, with space for overprinting the country's name. To the People of............ Unwearied and resolute in the third winter of war, we at home in Britain send greetings to you, our fellow citizens across the seas. We thank you for your sons and daughters who fight beside us, and for your generous gifts. Together, we are achieving victory. Britain Stands Firm.
  • Alfred Daniels (1924-2015)

    Almshouses Canning Circus Nottingham

    Conte and wash 33x62cm Click here for biographical details and other works by the artist. If you are interested email info@manningfineart.co.uk or call us on 07929 749056.
  • Andrew Ingamells Jesus College Cambridge

    58x84cm Signed in pencil and numbered 84/150 Etching and aquatint print Inspired by David Loggan's celebrated engraving of the College in 1680, this view of Jesus College was the first of Ingamells' series of views of Oxford and Cambridge. It took six months to complete and has long-since sold out from the publisher. The Master and Fellows of the College own both the original drawing, which the engraving is based upon, and the copper etching plate. Ingamells trained at St Albans School of Art and the London College of Printing, subsequently working as a graphic designer and illustrator. Based in London he began making drawings of the buildings and landscapes of London. In 1987 he made his first aquatint etching from an architectural drawing at Clarendon graphics and began his now-longstanding relationship with the traditional printing method first popularised by Piranesi. He has exhibited widely in London including CCA Galleries, The Grosvenor Gallery and the Royal Academy. His work is in many public collections including the Tate Gallery, The National Trust, The Paul Mellon Centre for British Art and the City of London Guildhall Library. Private collections include many of the colleges of Oxford and Cambridge, HRH the Prince of Wales, and Shell Oil. He is currently part-way through his epic project to record all the colleges of Oxford and Cambridge, a project undertaken in homage to David Loggan.
  • Design for Bianchi Ferier, Lyon for a scarf

    Pen and Gouache c. 1940 75cm x 75cm "The prowess of our R.A.F. has not taken long to show a real effectiveness. The encounters of the last few days has sown to our enemy our supremacy. Difficult missions have been crowned with success by our different units. Flying sometime above 7000 feet in clouded skies surprising the enemy at a low altitude and exposing themselves to the enemy to protect the army. Their courage never falters." In the months prior to the Fall of France in May 1940 - before the Battle of Britain began - the RAF was in action in the skies above France and this design for a scarf depicts aeroplanes and pilots of the RAF.
  • Carvosso 1966 World Cup England

    Original poster, 1966 76x50cm Wembley, Everton, Sheffield, Sunderland, Aston Villa, Manchester, Middlebrough, White City
  • Claude Muncaster

    Finniston Crane, Glasgow (1954) Pen and ink drawing If you are interested email info@manningfineart.co.uk or call us on 07929 749056.    
  • Clifford Ellis (1907-1985)

    Cadbury Castle Wiltshire Abstract Landscape

    Gouache, 1940s/1950s In a Nicholson butt-jointed frame Provenance: the family of the artist, by descent. Click here for biographical details and other works by the artist. Clifford and Rosemary Ellis were famous as a husband and wife team for their fascination with nature and their vibrant and charming depictions of animals. They were the natural artists to be commissioned by Collins for their 'New Naturalists' series of books, which have become famous and highly collectable more for the dust jackets designed by the Ellises than for the - otherwise excellent - content. This painting is from a recently discovered series of paintings and drawings, never before seen by the general public, dating from the 1940s and 1950s. If you are interested email info@manningfineart.co.uk or call us on 07929 749056.
  • Clifford Ellis (1907-1985)

    Chico I

    Pencil, 1940s/1950s In a Nicholson butt-jointed frame Provenance: the family of the artist, by descent. Click here for biographical details and other works by the artist. Clifford and Rosemary Ellis were famous as a husband and wife team for their fascination with nature and their vibrant and charming depictions of animals. They were the natural artists to be commissioned by Collins for their 'New Naturalists' series of books, which have become famous and highly collectable more for the dust jackets designed by the Ellises than for the - otherwise excellent - content. This painting is from a recently discovered series of paintings and drawings, never before seen by the general public, dating from the 1940s and 1950s. If you are interested email info@manningfineart.co.uk or call us on 07929 749056.
  • Clifford Ellis (1907-1985)

    Curlew I

    Pencil, 1940s/1950s In a Nicholson butt-jointed frame Provenance: the family of the artist, by descent. Click here for biographical details and other works by the artist. Clifford and Rosemary Ellis were famous as a husband and wife team for their fascination with nature and their vibrant and charming depictions of animals. They were the natural artists to be commissioned by Collins for their 'New Naturalists' series of books, which have become famous and highly collectable more for the dust jackets designed by the Ellises than for the - otherwise excellent - content. This painting is from a recently discovered series of paintings and drawings, never before seen by the general public, dating from the 1940s and 1950s. If you are interested email info@manningfineart.co.uk or call us on 07929 749056.
  • Clifford Ellis (1907-1985)

    Curlew II

    Pencil, 1940s/1950s In a Nicholson butt-jointed frame Provenance: the family of the artist, by descent. Click here for biographical details and other works by the artist. Clifford and Rosemary Ellis were famous as a husband and wife team for their fascination with nature and their vibrant and charming depictions of animals. They were the natural artists to be commissioned by Collins for their 'New Naturalists' series of books, which have become famous and highly collectable more for the dust jackets designed by the Ellises than for the - otherwise excellent - content. This painting is from a recently discovered series of paintings and drawings, never before seen by the general public, dating from the 1940s and 1950s. If you are interested email info@manningfineart.co.uk or call us on 07929 749056.
  • Clifford Ellis (1907-1985)

    Deer I

    Pencil, 1940s/1950s In a Nicholson butt-jointed frame Provenance: the family of the artist, by descent. Click here for biographical details and other works by the artist. Clifford and Rosemary Ellis were famous as a husband and wife team for their fascination with nature and their vibrant and charming depictions of animals. They were the natural artists to be commissioned by Collins for their 'New Naturalists' series of books, which have become famous and highly collectable more for the dust jackets designed by the Ellises than for the - otherwise excellent - content. This painting is from a recently discovered series of paintings and drawings, never before seen by the general public, dating from the 1940s and 1950s. If you are interested email info@manningfineart.co.uk or call us on 07929 749056.
  • Clifford Ellis (1907-1985)

    Frog

    Pencil, 1940s/1950s In a Nicholson butt-jointed frame Provenance: the family of the artist, by descent. Click here for biographical details and other works by the artist. Clifford and Rosemary Ellis were famous as a husband and wife team for their fascination with nature and their vibrant and charming depictions of animals. They were the natural artists to be commissioned by Collins for their 'New Naturalists' series of books, which have become famous and highly collectable more for the dust jackets designed by the Ellises than for the - otherwise excellent - content. This painting is from a recently discovered series of paintings and drawings, never before seen by the general public, dating from the 1940s and 1950s. If you are interested email info@manningfineart.co.uk or call us on 07929 749056.