26 August 2015

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20/21 British Art Fair To Present Newly-Discovered Portrait Of Winston Churchill

A newly-discovered portrait of Sir Winston Churchill by Walter Sickert (1860-1942) is set to attract international attention when it goes on display for the first time at The 20/21 British Art Fair at The Royal College of Art, London SW7, from 9 – 13 September 2015. Priced at £50,000, this important work of art is […]

10 March 2015

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Winston Churchill Paintings Given To The Nation In Lieu Of Tax

Thirty seven paintings by Sir Winston Churchill have been donated to the nation in lieu of £9,404,990 tax, following the death of his daughter. Lady Mary Soames, died last year at 91 and was Sir Winston’s last surviving child. Most of the works are on display at Chartwell, Churchill’s family home in Kent ,which is […]

28 December 2014

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Adolf Hitler, Winston Churchill – Painters: Who Was The Better Artist?

With the former US President George W. Bush admitting that he may not be “a great painter” – yet still exhibiting more than 24 portraits of world leaders that he met while president at his presidential library in Dallas, and continuing to make headlines for his new-found love of painting, even though – or perhaps […]

18 December 2014

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Winston Churchill Painting Sells For Record £1.7 Million

It would seem that there is a new fashion for the paintings of World War II political ‘hobbyists’. First we had a century old painting by Adolf Hitler that was auctioned off at the Weidler auction house in Nuremberg last month. The work went under the hammer for €130,000, or £102,000; and now it is […]