EDITIONS & WORKS ON PAPER

1 December 2020 - 30 January 2021
  • The Mayor Gallery is pleased to present a showcase of unique works on paper and editions for the festive season. Browse below a cross section of affordable artworks by artists from our collection including, Wifredo Arcay, Stephen Buckley, Carlos Cairoli, Antony Donaldson, Erró, Stano Filko, Raimund Girke, Alan Green, Howard Hodgkin, Allen Jones, Marlow Moss, Terance Millingtion, Patrick O'Reilly, Nicholas Pope and Mies van der Rohe.

    • WIFREDO ARCAY, Untitled, c. 1950
      WIFREDO ARCAY, Untitled, c. 1950
      £15,000.00
    • WIFREDO ARCAY, Macquette 'Composicion Abstracta en Negro', c. 1950
      WIFREDO ARCAY, Macquette 'Composicion Abstracta en Negro', c. 1950
      £15,000.00
    • WIFREDO ARCAY, Untitled, c. 1950
      WIFREDO ARCAY, Untitled, c. 1950
      £15,000.00
    • WIFREDO ARCAY, Untitled, c. 1950
      WIFREDO ARCAY, Untitled, c. 1950
      £15,000.00
    • STEPHEN BUCKLEY, Ely, 2008
      STEPHEN BUCKLEY, Ely, 2008
      £6,000.00
    • CARLOS CAIROLI, Carrés dynamisés en alternance n°2, 1966
      CARLOS CAIROLI, Carrés dynamisés en alternance n°2, 1966
    • CARLOS CAIROLI, Rythme, 1963
      CARLOS CAIROLI, Rythme, 1963
    • CARLOS CAIROLI, Mutation linéaire, 1963
      CARLOS CAIROLI, Mutation linéaire, 1963
    • ANTONY DONALDSON, Bonita Super, 1974
      ANTONY DONALDSON, Bonita Super, 1974
      £2,000.00
    • ANTONY DONALDSON, Polly Underground, 1974
      ANTONY DONALDSON, Polly Underground, 1974
      £2,000.00
    • ERRÓ, Canon underwear, 1958
      ERRÓ, Canon underwear, 1958
      £3,800.00
    • ERRÓ, Leonardo, 1991
      ERRÓ, Leonardo, 1991
  • In 1969, when Stano Filko (b. 1937 Veľká Hradná - d. 2015 Bratislava, Slovakia) installed Cosmos in Paris, it included...
    STANO FILKO, Reality of Cosmos – A, 1968-1969
    £1,750.00

    In 1969, when Stano Filko (b. 1937 Veľká Hradná - d. 2015 Bratislava, Slovakia) installed Cosmos in Paris, it included slide projection of the latest success in conquering space: the landing of the American Apollo 11 crew on the Moon in July 20, 1969, honouring the public pledge of President John F. Kennedy in May 25, 1961 claiming to achieve by decade’s end this most important of steps in space exploration, as a response to the earlier triumph of Yuri Gagarin. Filko never intended to give a detailed account of the world powers’ space program attainments; instead he sought to take the spectator into the emotional action. The audio-visual program – through radio and slides – expressed the creative program Filko worked with, among other pieces in the extensive album Associations (1967-1970).

    • STANO FILKO, Association XXXI. - 1st Flight - Moon, 1969
      STANO FILKO, Association XXXI. - 1st Flight - Moon, 1969
      £1,750.00
    • STANO FILKO, Associations I, IV, VI, VII, XXXIV, XXXV, 1968-1969
      STANO FILKO, Associations I, IV, VI, VII, XXXIV, XXXV, 1968-1969
      £1,750.00
    • STANO FILKO, Chronology - Associations, 1968 - 1970
      STANO FILKO, Chronology - Associations, 1968 - 1970
      £1,750.00
    • STANO FILKO, Concept Cosmos. Manual for Constructing Our Solar System, 1968
      STANO FILKO, Concept Cosmos. Manual for Constructing Our Solar System, 1968
      £1,750.00
    • STANO FILKO, Kozmos, 1968 - 1969
      STANO FILKO, Kozmos, 1968 - 1969
      £1,750.00
    • STANO FILKO, Reality of Cosmos – B, 1968-1969
      STANO FILKO, Reality of Cosmos – B, 1968-1969
      £1,750.00
    • STANO FILKO, Kozmos, 1968 - 1969
      STANO FILKO, Kozmos, 1968 - 1969
      £1,750.00
    • STANO FILKO, Seats - Concept, 1967
      STANO FILKO, Seats - Concept, 1967
      £1,750.00
  • Brushstrokes increased in dynamism and force allowing vibration, rhythm and movement to flow through the materiality of the paint. Raimund...
    RAIMUND GIRKE, UNTITLED, 1984
    12,500.00

    Brushstrokes increased in dynamism and force allowing vibration, rhythm and movement to flow through the materiality of the paint. Raimund Girke explores the concepts of light, and colour his paintings are at once still and dynamic, meditative and probing.

  • British artist Alan Green’s geometric paintings toe the line between minimalism and abstract expressionism. Green (1932–2003, London) worked within the...
    ALAN Green, Four to One (Set of 9 intaglio prints), 1976
    £3,500.00

    British artist Alan Green’s geometric paintings toe the line between minimalism and abstract expressionism. Green (1932–2003, London) worked within the structure of carefully arranged geometric forms while handling color and paint exuberantly and experimentally. In his large-scale canvases, rectangles and squares of scored crimson, saturated azure, and mottled white vibrate against each other, alluding to the ability of colour and form to convey abstract concepts such as energy and emotion. His varied surfaces—layered, burnished, scratched, and collaged—reveal an obsession with material and the formal potential of paint. Perhaps Green’s highest praise came from fellow British painter Francis Bacon who, after standing in the midst of Green’s work, mused, “I wish I could use colour like that.”

    • HOWARD HODGKIN, Alexander Street, 1978
      HOWARD HODGKIN, Alexander Street, 1978
      £4,000.00
    • HOWARD HODGKIN, You and Me, 1978
      HOWARD HODGKIN, You and Me, 1978
    • HOWARD HODGKIN, Interior (Night), 1973-74
      HOWARD HODGKIN, Interior (Night), 1973-74
      £3,500.00
    • HOWARD HODGKIN, Bed, 1973/74 - 1978
      HOWARD HODGKIN, Bed, 1973/74 - 1978
      £3,000.00
    • ALLEN JONES, Untitled (Women in circle), 1971
      ALLEN JONES, Untitled (Women in circle), 1971
      £2,500.00
    • ALLEN JONES, Sleeping Figure, 1960
      ALLEN JONES, Sleeping Figure, 1960
      £2,000.00
  • Establishing his first London etching workshop in 1970 Terence Millinton (b. 1942, Birmingham) favoured the traditional hands-on approach and coupled...
    TERENCE MILLINGTON, Mantlepiece 2, 1975
    £750.00

    Establishing his first London etching workshop in 1970 Terence Millinton (b. 1942, Birmingham) favoured the traditional hands-on approach and coupled with a modern sensibility, his early monochromatic etchings developed a distinctive style. Working in the European still-life tradition his preferred subjects are plants and household objects, accurracy is very important to Terence but his main concern is with the object's innate characteristics, and the result is always a highly individual jewel-like image.

     

    Terence's artistic career spans five decades, exhibiting extensively internationally with work in private and public collections worldwide.

    • TERENCE MILLINGTON, Firescreen 1, 1975
      TERENCE MILLINGTON, Firescreen 1, 1975
      £750.00
    • TERENCE MILLINGTON, Mantlepiece, 1975
      TERENCE MILLINGTON, Mantlepiece, 1975
      £750.00
    • TERENCE MILLINGTON, Souvenirs, 1975
      TERENCE MILLINGTON, Souvenirs, 1975
    • TERENCE MILLINGTON, Cat 2, 1975
      TERENCE MILLINGTON, Cat 2, 1975
      £750.00
    • TERENCE MILLINGTON, Firescreen 2, 1975
      TERENCE MILLINGTON, Firescreen 2, 1975
      £750.00
    • MARLOW MOSS, Untitled (blue triangle), 1947
      MARLOW MOSS, Untitled (blue triangle), 1947
      £18,000.00
    • MARLOW MOSS, Work on paper no. 13, 1944
      MARLOW MOSS, Work on paper no. 13, 1944
      £13,500.00
  • Nicholas Pope (1949, Sydney), British/Australian artist studied at the Bath Academy of Art. Pope's work from the 1970s has a...
    Nicholas Pope, Untitled, 1980
    £2,500.00

    Nicholas Pope (1949, Sydney), British/Australian artist studied at the Bath Academy of Art. Pope's work from the 1970s has a powerful abstract quality that is softened by his use of natural materials, chalk and wood. In 1980 Pope represented Britain at the XXXIX Venice Biennale.

    • NICHOLAS POPE, Untitled, 1980
      NICHOLAS POPE, Untitled, 1980
      £2,500.00
    • NICHOLAS POPE, Untitled, 1980
      NICHOLAS POPE, Untitled, 1980
      £2,500.00
    • NICHOLAS POPE, Untitled, 1980
      NICHOLAS POPE, Untitled, 1980
      £2,500.00
    • NICHOLAS POPE, Untitled, 1980
      NICHOLAS POPE, Untitled, 1980
      £2,500.00
    • NICHOLAS POPE, Untitled, 1980
      NICHOLAS POPE, Untitled, 1980
      £2,500.00
    • MIES VAN DER ROHE, Conchoidal Chair, c. 1935
      MIES VAN DER ROHE, Conchoidal Chair, c. 1935
      £4,500.00
    • MIES VAN DER ROHE, Conchoidal Chair, c. 1935
      MIES VAN DER ROHE, Conchoidal Chair, c. 1935
      £4,500.00
    • MIES VAN DER ROHE, Hubbe House (Interior), 1935
      MIES VAN DER ROHE, Hubbe House (Interior), 1935
      £9,500.00
    • MIES VAN DER ROHE, Resor House, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Interior Perspective, 1934
      MIES VAN DER ROHE, Resor House, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Interior Perspective, 1934
      £7,500.00
    • PATRICK O'REILLY, Skipping Bear, 2019
      PATRICK O'REILLY, Skipping Bear, 2019
      £3,600.00
    • PATRICK O'REILLY, Treat Please, 2019
      PATRICK O'REILLY, Treat Please, 2019
      £4,500.00
    • PATRICK O'REILLY, Skipping Bear With Bucket, 2019
      PATRICK O'REILLY, Skipping Bear With Bucket, 2019
      £2,300.00