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Derrick Sayer - African Carving

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1960s

  • £235.00 inclusive of shipping to Great Britain mainland
  • €282 Euro
  • $320 US Dollar

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Derrick Sayer 'African Carving'

The present work is an original oil painting on a wooden panel, which is signed in full by the artist recto, dated 1960 and inscribed 'for Gerry' (for the London art dealer, Gerry Speck). On the back there is a partial artist's label giving the title as 'African Carving', the date of 1960, and the original price of the painting as 9 guineas. The painting is in good original condition and it is unframed.

12.0 x 8.0 inches panel size; unframed

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Derrick Sayer (1917-1992) was a painter of both figurative and abstract works, a book illustrator and poster artist, and a teacher, becoming Head of Art at Chelsea Westminster Adult Education Institute 1966-1982. He studed at Chelsea School of Art under Henry Moore and Graham Sunderland, and thereafter for a time in the studio of Ben Nicholson in Paris. In conjunction with George Lamborn and Guy Allen he founded the Mousehole Group Art School in the late 1930s. Sayer exhibited widely, including at the Redfern Gallery, the Leicester Galleries, Mayor Gallery, Modern Art Gallery, Wilton Gallery etc. He lived in Fulham.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 30cm (12in)
  • W: 20cm (8in)

Period: 

1960s

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