The latest pictures offered at 1818 sold well across the board, with even decorative prints finding buyers to grace the walls of lockdown homes.
There was a surprise return of interest to the more traditional gilt frame oil paintings we associate with the 19th century, that for too long have been looked over in favour of a more minimalist look, and of course, a perennial favourite, dog pictures took the bone, but remember a dog picture is for life – not just for Easter!
Lot 1268 – An oil painting, Colin Graham, Waiting for the Master, signed, and attributed verso, 47 x 74cm, plus frame and glazed – £470
Lot 1246 – An oil painting on board, attributed to J Langlois, Cain terrier examining a hedgehog, 15 x 20cm, plus frame – £230
Lot 1247 – An oil painting, W Nicholson, provincial Dutch worker, 24 x 34cm, plus frame – £180
Lot 1263 – An oil painting, Forbes Robertson, Portrait of Janine Forbes Robertson, attributed verso, 44 x34cm, framed – £260
Lot 1260 – A print, after Ward, quatraforta sepia, The Old Court House Calcutta, dated 1805, 32 x 42cm, plus frame and glazed – £125