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All of us at Petleys wish you a Merry Christmas and a hally, healthy new year. We would like to invite you to come and enjoy our Christmas and Winter exhibition over the festive period, the ideal place to find the most discerning of Christmas Presents. A selection of over 80 works is kn show from some of the most exciting artists in Europe.

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  • CHRISTMAS

    EXHIBITION

    PETLEYS

  • 2. City in the Snow. Oil on canvas, 19.75 x 23.75 inches

    Back Cover 80. Gilt Head Bream on a French Plate. Oil on canvas, 18 x 20 inches

    This catalogue and works illustrated in it are protected by copyright and other rights.No part of this catalogue may be adapted or reproduced by any means for any purpose without the written consent of Petleys Ltd.

    None of the illustrated works may be reproduced, photographed or otherwise copied without the written consent of the artist. Photography by Hugh Kelly. Printed by Scanplus. Front Cover 1. Detail of Peter Kuhfeld. Umbrellas in the Snow.

  • Merry Christmas and a healthy, happy new Year!

    We would like to invite you to come and enjoy a glass of champagne with us over the festive period, and have a look

    at our Winter Exhibition the ideal place to nd a most discerning Christmas present.

    A selection of over 70 works is on show fromsome of the most exciting artists in Europe today.

    At our Cork Street Gallery

    from 7th Dec 2011 All works are for sale.

    Right.3. Peter Kuhfeld, Standing nude,

    with pink striped socks. Charcoal, 18 x 9,5 inches

    PETLEYS9 Cork Street, Mayfair, London W1S 3LLTel. 020 7494 2021 Fax. 020 7691 9755

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  • Martin Yeoman (b. 1953) trained from 1975-1979 at the Royal Academy Schools, London. Among his commissions to date are Her Majesty The Queens grandchildren, Sir Alan Hodgkin OM, Sir Brinsley Ford and the former Bishop of Birmingham Hugh Monte ori. He has accompanied HRH Prince of Wales on of cial overseas tours to India, Hong Kong and the Gulf States.

    4. Portrait drawing of George 2009. Black and red conte, 20 x 14 inches

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  • 5. Portrait of George aged thirteen. Oil on canvas, 24 x 18 inches

  • 6. A bowl of quince II. Oil on canvas, 16 x 22 inches

  • 7. A bowl of quince I. Oil on canvas, 16 x 20 inches

  • 8. Table still life, Autumn 2011. Oil on canvas, 28 x 24 inches

  • 9. Burning stuble, Wiltshire. Oil on board, 4.75 x 8.25 inches

  • 10. Portrait of George aged eleven. Red conte, 20 x 13.75 inches

  • 11. Portrait of Richard Dawkins. Pencil, 10.5 x 7 inches

  • 12. A Mans Estate. Acrylic, 25 x 30 cm

    Richard Sorrell (b. 1948) is the son of Alan Sorrell, the historical draughtsman and painter and Elizabeth Sorrell the watercolourist. Richard studied at the RA Schools (Post Graduate Course) 1968-72, having also attended Walthamstow Art School and Kingston College of Art. Richard was elected to the Royal Watercolour Society in 1975, and was Vice-President of that society 2002-05, and President 2006-09. You can nd a summation of his three years work as President of the Royal Watercolour Society here. He is also an Executive Committee member of the Mall Galleries 2000- 06. Richard Sorrells work is held in the collections of the V&A Museum, Museum of London, the National Trust, Norwich City Council, Beecroft Art Gallery, Southend-on- Sea, Basildon Arts Trust and in private collections in Britain, Europe and US.

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  • 13. Golden Sands. Acrylic, 25 x 49 cm

    14. October Beach. Acrylic, 25 x 49 cm

  • 15. Passing the Islands. Acrylic, 25 x 49 cm

    16. Sea Fishing. Acrylic, 25 x 49 cm

  • Edward Beale (b. 1950) is a modern gurative painter. He uses oil paint ina vigorous and robust way resulting inexciting contemporary images. His approach can be traced to a grounding in the traditional disciplines of close observation and drawing. A London painter born and bred, he trained at Camberwell and the Royal Academy Schools. Important subjects for Edward are the ever-changing urban landscapes around his Lambeth home and along the Thames. As well as London he nds inspiration in the Outer Hebrides, Paris (from a barge on the Seine), the foothills of the Pyrenees, the Dordogne, and recently the Castile region of Spain. He also makes portraits, life-paintings, ower paintings and other still-life studies. The power in his paintings comes from the tension between the solidity of their structure and the amboyance and verve in the application of paint. The artists imagination and vision radiates out of the work as you look at it on the wall. His work is in private collections all over the world.

    17. Sun owers and grapefruit. Oil on panel, 36 x 20 inches

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  • 18. Peonies in a green vase on table. Oil on panel, 24 x 20 inches

  • 19. Sun owers in a blue vase on stripes. Oil on panel, 28 x 20 inches

  • 20. Grey sky over Westminster. Oil on panel, 13x14 inches

    21. Victoria Tower from Tufton St, late afternoon. Oil on panel, 12 x 14 inches

  • 22. Traf c over Lambeth Bridge. Oil on panel, 20 x 24 Inches

  • 23. Afternoon atColl Beach.

    Oil on panel,24 x 48 Inches

  • Caroline Deane (b. 1961) graduated from, among other establishments, the Cheltenham School of Art, Londons Byam Shaw School of Art, The British School in Rome, and Beijings Central Academy of Art. In 1988 she won The Windsor and Newton prize for an oil painting at Britains Painters 88 National exhibition at The Mall galleries. She has exhibited her work at numerous London art galleries and also in Winchester. Having just spent 2009 and part of 2010 back in China; on leaving she had a sell-out show with Picasso Matisse and Chagall, which achieved media coverage almost China wide. As an artist, she describes herself as a classically in uenced contemporary artist. She also draws much of her inspiration from ancient Chinese philosophy.

    24. Crisp Morning Light. Earth pastel on German paper, 64 x 76 cm

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  • 25. Afternoon Light. Earth pastel on German paper, 64 x 76 cm

  • 26. The Voice of the Paper. Earth pastel on German paper, 64 x 76 cm

  • 27. Natali. Earth pastel on German paper, 64 x 76 cm

  • 28. Dressing for Dinner. Oil on canvas, 5.5 x 8 inches

    Peter Kuhfeld (b.1952) is one of the most distinguished painters working today. Unashamedly romantic and gurative, his landscapes, gardens, cityscapes and interiors feature at the New English Art Club and the Royal Academy Summer exhibitions. His portraits often evocative nudes - appear at the Royal Society of Portrait Painters shows. He has been awarded numerous prizes including the Royal Academys Silver Medal for Drawing and the Royal College of Surgeons Dooley Prize for Anatomical Drawing. He has received the Prince of Waless prize for portrait drawing, and was the travelling painter on a trip made by Prince Charles to Nigeria, Cameroon, Tunisia and Japan in 1990. His works are in the permanent collections of The Queen, Prince Charles of Wales, Baring Bros, the National Trust and many others.

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  • 29. Siesta. Oil on canvas, 6.5 x 9 inches

    30. The Blue Shawl. Oil on canvas, 19 x 10.8 Inches

  • 31. View from a Bridge. Oil on canvas, 25 x 43 inches

  • 32. Umbrellas in the Snow. Oil on panel, 22.75 x 19.25 inches

  • 33. Sightseeing in Venice. Oil on canvas, 23.75 x 35 inches

  • 34. Back View. Oil on canvas, 16 x 7 Inches

  • 36. A Slow Afternoon. Oil on canvas,10 x 19 Inches

    35. Sitting. Oil on canvas,19 x 10.5 Inches

  • 37. Winter in Venice. Oil on canvas, 36 x 24 inches

  • 38. A Day in the Sun. Oil on canvas, 20 x 17 inches

  • 39. Gondolas. Oil on panel, 18 x 12 inches

    Roy Petley (b. 1951) is a contemporary British artist renowned for his impressionist oil paintings. Petley paints en plein air, which is a French expression meaning in the open air, to create his popular works that depict the wide expanse of English beaches and the gentle allure of Venetian landscapes. His works have been likened to those of John Constable, Edward Seago, and Campbell Mellon, British painters whose styles were in uenced by the Barbizon School and Impressionism. Beginning life in a childrens home, he became one of the rst artists to open an art gallery in Cork Street, a prestigious street lined with art galleries in Londons Mayfair. His works are popularly collected by British royalty, including Her Late Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother.

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  • 40. English Papers, Venetian View. Oil on panel,16 x 24 inches

  • 41. By the Banks of the River. Oil on panel, 24 x 16 inches

  • 42. Beach Boats, Norfolk. Oil on panel, 16 x 24 inches

  • 43. Winter Kiosk, Paris. Oil on panel, 11 x 7 inches

  • 44. The Wedding Lunch, Plein Air. Oil on panel, 24 x 29 inches

  • 45. Lavender Dawn. Egg Tempera, 28 x 25 inches

    Colin Fraser (b. 1956) is a native of Glasgow. He studied art in Brighton and currently lives and works in Sweden. Fraser is represented by Mira Godard Gallery and has exhibited internationally in London, New York and Glasgow. His work is found in numerous private and corporate collections throughout North America, Europe and Asia. Fraser has always been enchanted by light. He creates meditative works in egg tempera, drawn by the way sunlight breaks through a glass window or an open door, how the