Russell Flint paintings and drawings are collected and sought after all over he world. The values are moving from strength to strength.
We are delighted to be able to offer this magnificent collection of over fourty work that have been put together over a period of sixty years by a man who knew the artist. Russell Flint has inscribed some of the framing backboards with his dedications and descriptions of where and when the images were published. The original exhibition labels are attached to may of the backboards, providing full provenances.
The collection comprises masterworks of social historical interest, such as "The Land Girls" in which is documented the work of the army of women during wartime who donned overalls and worked the soil, some of his early illustrations for Le Morte D'Arthur (1910), Princess Ida, (1908), The Pirates of Penzance (1905), languorous nudes, landscapes, beach scenes, snow and skiing scenes and many others.
Please click on the Russell Flint section of our website to see a selection of available works that are representaive of the quality available.
They can be viewed at our premises in Church Street by appointment. Contact us using the link above or telephone on
020 7723 5910 / 07958 437043.