Hidden Gems: Portraits

This exhibition takes its name from a quote by Paule Vézelay, in an unpublished text in the Tate Gallery Archive. Speaking of her style in 1933, Vézelay writes: 

Works FEATURED in this Exhibition

Edith Granger-Taylor
Seated Woman, c. 1910
£3,500.00
Forthcoming
Raymond Ray-Jones
Lamp-light (E.I.P), mid-1920s
Forthcoming
Raymond Ray-Jones
Self-portrait Wearing a Hat, c. 1920
Forthcoming
David Foggie
Study of a Young Girl in a Green Dress with Yellow Floral Ornamentation, c.1920
Forthcoming
Gilbert Spencer
Portrait of Joyce Peters, 1920’s
Robert Austin
Portrait of Noel Edwards, 1935-36
£8,000.00
Forthcoming
James Miller
Self-portrait, c.1940
Forthcoming
William Roberts
Portrait of May Berry, 1933
Alfred Kingsley Lawrence
Three-quarter Profile Portrait of a Young Girl with a Bob, Looking to her Left, circa 1925
£1,950.00
Forthcoming
Edward Halliday
Charlotte, 1951, (The Artist’s Daughter)
Forthcoming
Gilbert Spencer
The Artist’s Daughter, Gillian
Private
Collection
Phyllis Dodd
Portrait of Douglas Percy Bliss
Forthcoming
Phyllis Dodd
Portrait of a Young Woman (possibly Muriel Minter), early 1920s
Sold
Victor Hume Moody
Self portrait, circa 1930
Sold
Sarah Margaret Goldie
Peggy, circa 1915
Archibald Standish Hartrick
The Creeps, c.1939
£4,500.00
Gavin Bone
Gavin David Bone, by Himself
Albert de Belleroche
Profile portrait, young lady, waist-up, circa 1900
£17,750.00