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New work available from
Peter howson

From the famous
Saracen Heads collection
3 works available
all
33 x 24cm etching plate on
heavy weight hand made paper - total size 38 x 56cm

>Click on images to see larger<

This piece is named "AL" it is dated 1988 and is marked 5/30, it is a beautifully rendered etching, the photograph does not do it justice, the iridescence of the etched line is captivating, it is a large and arresting image
offers around £750
howson etching of man's head


Peter created many works, but few etchings, incorporating the NED -
the Glasgow equivalent of the CHAV
Peter was fascinated by the social constructs of the introspective world of the socially marginalized. His fascination with the rules of life - how people relate to the work and the word to them has been a continuing feature of all his work. This fascination probably motivated by an autistic dispensation that has led him to the brink of destruction, but ultimately enabled his genius.

this piece is named "Freddie" dated 1988 and is 3/30 (so very collectible) offers round £650

etching of ned in with baseball cap


"Billy" represents classic the Howson flare for the the obscure beauty of the common man. With his head thrown back he is the king of his realm, with a roll up to enjoy. The beauty of the line in this study is mezmerising (sorry but i couldn't capture it in the photo). this is an "87" so very collectible it is 11/30

£900

howson-etchin of man-head back-smoking cigarete

To see the Saracens held at the Tate click the link
Saracens at the Tate


"The sky over the city is as bruised and threatening as the subjects of Howson's famous Saracen Heads series and as my tape unspools it captures their creator's measured speech and at least a flavour of his measure-less personality."

for full article click link
http://www.peterhowson.net/pages/press/didcock_25NOV01.htm


The three studies below were for works in the late 80's their boldness of line, the lower right face assuming an almost tribal look, and charged images create a striking statement, and at 30 x 42cm would mount and frame up to a impressive size.
Sold
£250

rough sketches of footbal supporters

The sketch below was the final rough for the second to last study in the Rakes Progress series, the image that was used for the front cover of the catalogue, peter has held onto this since 1997
20 x 15cm ( the photo is lighter in than the sketch)

Sold
£200

howson sketch rakes progress
on the reverse of the sketch is this note
note


If your after something a bit more quirky here's a doodle done at a meeting - classic world worn character
A4 ink
sketch of tramp-peter howson

or this great little wild-man
A5
pen ink sketch mans head-big hair

The sketch below was on Peter's flat wall in Glasgow for quite a few months, only coming down when he packed up to move to his new house, it is A4 lined
Sold
howson -ink sketch of mans head

Or this large A4 doodle showing Peter's use of shape and pattern in a way unique to him
Sold
line sketch of man's head

and finally a bit of fun - one of Peter's mad doodles - you won't see
many of these, it's a dinky 6 x 7cm Octodoodle
it will be on ebay soon
Sold
cartoon of octopus



Remember if you have any questions just ask, if you have a specific thing you would like me to get from Peter feel free to ask, and if you would like to see anything and you live close let me know and I can try a meet up. If you are interested in a piece let me know and i'll send a full size jpeg.

feel free to forward to any fans you know

Why not visit Peters only official website, you can even watch a video of him working- just click the banner

howsonworks.com banner

 

New work available from
Peter howson

From the famous
Saracen Heads collection
3 works available
all
33 x 24cm etching plate on
heavy weight hand made paper - total size 38 x 56cm

>Click on images to see larger<

This piece is named "AL" it is dated 1988 and is marked 5/30, it is a beautifully rendered etching, the photograph does not do it justice, the iridescence of the etched line is captivating, it is a large and arresting image
offers around £750
howson etching of man's head


Peter created many works, but few etchings, incorporating the NED -
the Glasgow equivalent of the CHAV
Peter was fascinated by the social constructs of the introspective world of the socially marginalized. His fascination with the rules of life - how people relate to the work and the word to them has been a continuing feature of all his work. This fascination probably motivated by an autistic dispensation that has led him to the brink of destruction, but ultimately enabled his genius.

this piece is named "Freddie" dated 1988 and is 3/30 (so very collectible) offers round £650

etching of ned in with baseball cap


"Billy" represents classic the Howson flare for the the obscure beauty of the common man. With his head thrown back he is the king of his realm, with a roll up to enjoy. The beauty of the line in this study is mezmerising (sorry but i couldn't capture it in the photo). this is an "87" so very collectible it is 11/30

£900

howson-etchin of man-head back-smoking cigarete

To see the Saracens held at the Tate click the link
Saracens at the Tate


"The sky over the city is as bruised and threatening as the subjects of Howson's famous Saracen Heads series and as my tape unspools it captures their creator's measured speech and at least a flavour of his measure-less personality."

for full article click link
http://www.peterhowson.net/pages/press/didcock_25NOV01.htm


The three studies below were for works in the late 80's their boldness of line, the lower right face assuming an almost tribal look, and charged images create a striking statement, and at 30 x 42cm would mount and frame up to a impressive size.

£250

rough sketches of footbal supporters

The sketch below was the final rough for the second to last study in the Rakes Progress series, the image that was used for the front cover of the catalogue, peter has held onto this since 1997
20 x 15cm ( the photo is lighter in than the sketch)


£200

howson sketch rakes progress
on the reverse of the sketch is this note
note


If your after something a bit more quirky here's a doodle done at a meeting - classic world worn character
A4 ink
sketch of tramp-peter howson

or this great little wild-man
A5
pen ink sketch mans head-big hair

The sketch below was on Peter's flat wall in Glasgow for quite a few months, only coming down when he packed up to move to his new house, it is A4 lined

howson -ink sketch of mans head

Or this large A4 doodle showing Peter's use of shape and pattern in a way unique to him

line sketch of man's head

and finally a bit of fun - one of Peter's mad doodles - you won't see
many of these, it's a dinky 6 x 7cm Octodoodle
it will be on ebay soon

cartoon of octopus



Remember if you have any questions just ask, if you have a specific thing you would like me to get from Peter feel free to ask, and if you would like to see anything and you live close let me know and I can try a meet up. If you are interested in a piece let me know and i'll send a full size jpeg.

feel free to forward to any fans you know

Why not visit Peters only official website, you can even watch a video of him working- just click the banner

howsonworks.com banner

 

New work available from
Peter howson

From the famous
Saracen Heads collection
3 works available
all
33 x 24cm etching plate on
heavy weight hand made paper - total size 38 x 56cm

This piece is named "AL" it is dated 1988 and is marked 5/30, it is a beautifully rendered etching, the photograph does not do it justice, the iridescence of the etched line is captivating, it is a large and arresting image
offers around £750
howson etching of man's head


Peter created many works, but few etchings, incorporating the NED -
the Glasgow equivalent of the CHAV
Peter was fascinated by the social constructs of the introspective world of the socially marginalized. His fascination with the rules of life - how people relate to the work and the word to them has been a continuing feature of all his work. This fascination probably motivated by an autistic dispensation that has led him to the brink of destruction, but ultimately enabled his genius.

this piece is named "Freddie" dated 1988 and is 3/30 (so very collectible) offers round £650

etching of ned in with baseball cap


"Billy" represents classic the Howson flare for the the obscure beauty of the common man. With his head thrown back he is the king of his realm, with a roll up to enjoy. The beauty of the line in this study is mezmerising (sorry but i couldn't capture it in the photo). this is an "87" so very collectible it is 11/30

£900

howson-etchin of man-head back-smoking cigarete

To see the Saracens held at the Tate click the link
Saracens at the Tate


"The sky over the city is as bruised and threatening as the subjects of Howson's famous Saracen Heads series and as my tape unspools it captures their creator's measured speech and at least a flavour of his measure-less personality."

for full article click link
http://www.peterhowson.net/pages/press/didcock_25NOV01.htm


The three studies below were for works in the late 80's their boldness of line, the lower right face assuming an almost tribal look, and charged images create a striking statement, and at 30 x 42cm would mount and frame up to a impressive size.

£250

rough sketches of footbal supporters

The sketch below was the final rough for the second to last study in the Rakes Progress series, the image that was used for the front cover of the catalogue, peter has held onto this since 1997
20 x 15cm ( the photo is lighter in than the sketch)


£200

howson sketch rakes progress
on the reverse of the sketch is this note
note


If your after something a bit more quirky here's a doodle done at a meeting - classic world worn character
A4 ink
sketch of tramp-peter howson

or this great little wild-man
A5
pen ink sketch mans head-big hair

The sketch below was on Peter's flat wall in Glasgow for quite a few months, only coming down when he packed up to move to his new house, it is A4 lined

howson -ink sketch of mans head

Or this large A4 doodle showing Peter's use of shape and pattern in a way unique to him

line sketch of man's head

and finally a bit of fun - one of Peter's mad doodles - you won't see
many of these, it's a dinky 6 x 7cm Octodoodle
it will be on ebay soon

cartoon of octopus



Remember if you have any questions just ask, if you have a specific thing you would like me to get from Peter feel free to ask, and if you would like to see anything and you live close let me know and I can try a meet up. If you are interested in a piece let me know and i'll send a full size jpeg.

feel free to forward to any fans you know

 

New work available from
Peter howson

From the famous
Saracen Heads collection
3 works available
all
33 x 24cm etching plate on
heavy weight hand made paper - total size 38 x 56cm

This piece is named "AL" it is dated 1988 and is marked 5/30, it is a beautifully rendered etching, the photograph does not do it justice, the iridescence of the etched line is captivating, it is a large and arresting image
offers around £750
howson etching of man's head


Peter created many works, but few etchings, incorporating the NED -
the Glasgow equivalent of the CHAV
Peter was fascinated by the social constructs of the introspective world of the socially marginalized. His fascination with the rules of life - how people relate to the work and the word to them has been a continuing feature of all his work. This fascination probably motivated by an autistic dispensation that has led him to the brink of destruction, but ultimately enabled his genius.

this piece is named "Freddie" dated 1988 and is 3/30 (so very collectible) offers round £650

etching of ned in with baseball cap


"Billy" represents classic the Howson flare for the the obscure beauty of the common man. With his head thrown back he is the king of his realm, with a roll up to enjoy. The beauty of the line in this study is mezmerising (sorry but i couldn't capture it in the photo). this is an "87" so very collectible it is 11/30

£900

howson-etchin of man-head back-smoking cigarete

To see the Saracens held at the Tate click the link
Saracens at the Tate


"The sky over the city is as bruised and threatening as the subjects of Howson's famous Saracen Heads series and as my tape unspools it captures their creator's measured speech and at least a flavour of his measure-less personality."

for full article click link
http://www.peterhowson.net/pages/press/didcock_25NOV01.htm


The three studies below were for works in the late 80's their boldness of line, the lower right face assuming an almost tribal look, and charged images create a striking statement, and at 30 x 42cm would mount and frame up to a impressive size.

£250

rough sketches of footbal supporters

The sketch below was the final rough for the second to last study in the Rakes Progress series, the image that was used for the front cover of the catalogue, peter has held onto this since 1997
20 x 15cm ( the photo is lighter in than the sketch)


£200

howson sketch rakes progress
on the reverse of the sketch is this note
note


If your after something a bit more quirky here's a doodle done at a meeting - classic world worn character
A4 ink
sketch of tramp-peter howson

or this great little wild-man
A5
pen ink sketch mans head-big hair

The sketch below was on Peter's flat wall in Glasgow for quite a few months, only coming down when he packed up to move to his new house, it is A4 lined

howson -ink sketch of mans head

Or this large A4 doodle showing Peter's use of shape and pattern in a way unique to him

line sketch of man's head

and finally a bit of fun - one of Peter's mad doodles - you won't see
many of these, it's a dinky 6 x 7cm Octodoodle
it will be on ebay soon

cartoon of octopus



Remember if you have any questions just ask, if you have a specific thing you would like me to get from Peter feel free to ask, and if you would like to see anything and you live close let me know and I can try a meet up. If you are interested in a piece let me know and i'll send a full size jpeg.

feel free to forward to any fans you know

 

New work available from
Peter howson

From the famous
Saracen Heads collection
3 works available
all
33 x 24cm etching plate on
heavy weight hand made paper - total size 38 x 56cm

This piece is named "AL" it is dated 1988 and is marked 5/30, it is a beautifully rendered etching, the photograph does not do it justice, the iridescence of the etched line is captivating, it is a large and arresting image
offers around £750
howson etching of man's head


Peter created many works, but few etchings, incorporating the NED -
the Glasgow equivalent of the CHAV
Peter was fascinated by the social constructs of the introspective world of the socially marginalized. His fascination with the rules of life - how people relate to the work and the word to them has been a continuing feature of all his work. This fascination probably motivated by an autistic dispensation that has led him to the brink of destruction, but ultimately enabled his genius.

this piece is named "Freddie" dated 1988 and is 3/30 (so very collectible) offers round £650

etching of ned in with baseball cap


"Billy" represents classic the Howson flare for the the obscure beauty of the common man. With his head thrown back he is the king of his realm, with a roll up to enjoy. The beauty of the line in this study is mezmerising (sorry but i couldn't capture it in the photo). this is an "87" so very collectible it is 11/30

£900

howson-etchin of man-head back-smoking cigarete

To see the Saracens held at the Tate click the link
Saracens at the Tate


"The sky over the city is as bruised and threatening as the subjects of Howson's famous Saracen Heads series and as my tape unspools it captures their creator's measured speech and at least a flavour of his measure-less personality."

for full article click link
http://www.peterhowson.net/pages/press/didcock_25NOV01.htm


The three studies below were for works in the late 80's their boldness of line, the lower right face assuming an almost tribal look, and charged images create a striking statement, and at 30 x 42cm would mount and frame up to a impressive size.

£250

rough sketches of footbal supporters

The sketch below was the final rough for the second to last study in the Rakes Progress series, the image that was used for the front cover of the catalogue, peter has held onto this since 1997
20 x 15cm ( the photo is lighter in than the sketch)


£200

howson sketch rakes progress
on the reverse of the sketch is this note
note


If your after something a bit more quirky here's a doodle done at a meeting - classic world worn character
A4 ink
sketch of tramp-peter howson

or this great little wild-man
A5
pen ink sketch mans head-big hair

The sketch below was on Peter's flat wall in Glasgow for quite a few months, only coming down when he packed up to move to his new house, it is A4 lined

howson -ink sketch of mans head

Or this large A4 doodle showing Peter's use of shape and pattern in a way unique to him

line sketch of man's head

and finally a bit of fun - one of Peter's mad doodles - you won't see
many of these, it's a dinky 6 x 7cm Octodoodle
it will be on ebay soon

cartoon of octopus



Remember if you have any questions just ask, if you have a specific thing you would like me to get from Peter feel free to ask, and if you would like to see anything and you live close let me know and I can try a meet up. If you are interested in a piece let me know and i'll send a full size jpeg.

feel free to forward to any fans you know


 

june 07 howson
New work available from
Peter howson

From the famous
Saracen Heads collection
3 works available
all
33 x 24cm etching plate on
heavy weight hand made paper - total size 38 x 56cm

This piece is named "AL" it is dated 1988 and is marked 5/30, it is a beautifully rendered etching, the photograph does not do it justice, the iridescence of the etched line is captivating,
it is a large and arresting image
offers around £750
howson etching of man's head


Peter created many works, but few etchings, incorporating the NED -
the Glasgow equivalent of the CHAV
Peter was fascinated by the social constructs of the introspective world of the socially marginalized. His fascination with the rules of life - how people relate to the work and the word to them has been a continuing feature of all his work. This fascination probably motivated by an autistic dispensation that has led him to the brink of destruction, but ultimately enabled his genius.

this piece is named "Freddie" dated 1988 and is 3/30 (so very collectible) offers round £650

etching of ned in with baseball cap


"Billy" represents classic the Howson flare for the the obscure beauty of the common man. With his head thrown back he is the king of his realm, with a roll up to enjoy. The beauty of the line in this study is mezmerising (sorry but i couldn't capture it in the photo). this is an "87" so very collectible it is 11/30

£900

howson-etchin of man-head back-smoking cigarete

To see the Saracens held at the Tate click the link
Saracens at the Tate


"The sky over the city is as bruised and threatening as the subjects of Howson's famous Saracen Heads series and as my tape unspools it captures their creator's measured speech and at least a flavour of his measure-less personality."

for full article click link
http://www.peterhowson.net/pages/press/didcock_25NOV01.htm


The three studies below were for works in the late 80's their boldness of line, the lower right face assuming an almost tribal look, and charged images create a striking statement, and at 30 x 42cm would mount and frame up to a impressive size.

£250

rough sketches of footbal supporters

The sketch below was the final rough for the second to last study in the Rakes Progress series, the image that was used for the front cover of the catalogue, peter has held onto this since 1997
20 x 15cm ( the photo is lighter in than the sketch)


£200

howson sketch rakes progress
on the reverse of the sketch is this note
note


If your after something a bit more quirky here's a doodle done at a meeting - classic world worn character
A4 ink
sketch of tramp-peter howson

or this great little wild-man
A5
pen ink sketch mans head-big hair

The sketch below was on Peter's flat wall in Glasgow for quite a few months, only coming down when he packed up to move to his new house, it is A4 lined

howson -ink sketch of mans head

Or this large A4 doodle showing Peter's use of shape and pattern in a way unique to him

line sketch of man's head

and finally a bit of fun - one of Peter's mad doodles - you won't see
many of these, it's a dinky 6 x 7cm Octodoodle
it will be on ebay soon

cartoon of octopus



Remember if you have any questions just ask, if you have a specific thing you would like me to get from Peter feel free to ask, and if you would like to see anything and you live close let me know and I can try a meet up. If you are interested in a piece let me know and i'll send a full size jpeg.

feel free to forward to any fans you know


 

New work available from
Peter howson

From the famous
Saracen Heads collection
3 works available
all
33 x 24cm etching plate on
heavy weight hand made paper - total size 38 x 56cm

This piece is named "AL" it is dated 1988 and is marked 5/30, it is a beautifully rendered etching, the photograph does not do it justice, the iridescence of the etched line is captivating,
it is a large and arresting image
offers around £750
howson etching of man's head


Peter created many works, but few etchings, incorporating the NED -
the Glasgow equivalent of the CHAV
Peter was fascinated by the social constructs of the introspective world of the socially marginalized. His fascination with the rules of life - how people relate to the work and the word to them has been a continuing feature of all his work. This fascination probably motivated by an autistic dispensation that has led him to the brink of destruction, but ultimately enabled his genius.

this piece is named "Freddie" dated 1988 and is 3/30 (so very collectible) offers round £650

etching of ned in with baseball cap


"Billy" represents classic the Howson flare for the the obscure beauty of the common man. With his head thrown back he is the king of his realm, with a roll up to enjoy. The beauty of the line in this study is mezmerising (sorry but i couldn't capture it in the photo). this is an "87" so very collectible it is 11/30

£900

howson-etchin of man-head back-smoking cigarete

To see the Saracens held at the Tate click the link
Saracens at the Tate


"The sky over the city is as bruised and threatening as the subjects of Howson's famous Saracen Heads series and as my tape unspools it captures their creator's measured speech and at least a flavour of his measure-less personality."

for full article click link
http://www.peterhowson.net/pages/press/didcock_25NOV01.htm


The three studies below were for works in the late 80's their boldness of line, the lower right face assuming an almost tribal look, and charged images create a striking statement, and at 30 x 42cm would mount and frame up to a impressive size.

£250

rough sketches of footbal supporters

The sketch below was the final rough for the second to last study in the Rakes Progress series, the image that was used for the front cover of the catalogue, peter has held onto this since 1997
20 x 15cm ( the photo is lighter in than the sketch)


£200

howson sketch rakes progress
on the reverse of the sketch is this note
note


If your after something a bit more quirky here's a doodle done at a meeting - classic world worn character
A4 ink
sketch of tramp-peter howson

or this great little wild-man
A5
pen ink sketch mans head-big hair

The sketch below was on Peter's flat wall in Glasgow for quite a few months, only coming down when he packed up to move to his new house, it is A4 lined

howson -ink sketch of mans head

Or this large A4 doodle showing Peter's use of shape and pattern in a way unique to him

line sketch of man's head

and finally a bit of fun - one of Peter's mad doodles - you won't see
many of these, it's a dinky 6 x 7cm Octodoodle
it will be on ebay soon

cartoon of octopus



Remember if you have any questions just ask, if you have a specific thing you would like me to get from Peter feel free to ask, and if you would like to see anything and you live close let me know and I can try a meet up. If you are interested in a piece let me know and i'll send a full size jpeg.

feel free to forward to any fans you know


 

New work available from
Peter howson

From the famous
Saracen Heads collection
3 works available
all
33 x 24cm etching plate on
heavy weight hand made paper - total size 38 x 56cm

This piece is named "AL" it is dated 1988 and is marked 5/30, it is a beautifully rendered etching, the photograph does not do it justice, the iridescence of the etched line is captivating, it is a large and arresting image
offers around £750
howson etching of man's head


Peter created many works, but few etchings, incorporating the NED -
the Glasgow equivalent of the CHAV
Peter was fascinated by the social constructs of the introspective world of the socially marginalized. His fascination with the rules of life - how people relate to the work and the word to them has been a continuing feature of all his work. This fascination probably motivated by an autistic dispensation that has led him to the brink of destruction, but ultimately enabled his genius.

this piece is named "Freddie" dated 1988 and is 3/30 (so very collectible) offers round £650

etching of ned in with baseball cap


"Billy" represents classic the Howson flare for the the obscure beauty of the common man. With his head thrown back he is the king of his realm, with a roll up to enjoy. The beauty of the line in this study is mezmerising (sorry but i couldn't capture it in the photo). this is an "87" so very collectible it is 11/30

£900

howson-etchin of man-head back-smoking cigarete

To see the Saracens held at the Tate click the link
Saracens at the Tate


"The sky over the city is as bruised and threatening as the subjects of Howson's famous Saracen Heads series and as my tape unspools it captures their creator's measured speech and at least a flavour of his measure-less personality."

for full article click link
http://www.peterhowson.net/pages/press/didcock_25NOV01.htm


The three studies below were for works in the late 80's their boldness of line, the lower right face assuming an almost tribal look, and charged images create a striking statement, and at 30 x 42cm would mount and frame up to a impressive size.

£250

rough sketches of footbal supporters

The sketch below was the final rough for the second to last study in the Rakes Progress series, the image that was used for the front cover of the catalogue, peter has held onto this since 1997
20 x 15cm ( the photo is lighter in than the sketch)


£200

howson sketch rakes progress
on the reverse of the sketch is this note
note


If your after something a bit more quirky here's a doodle done at a meeting - classic world worn character
A4 ink
sketch of tramp-peter howson

or this great little wild-man
A5
pen ink sketch mans head-big hair

The sketch below was on Peter's flat wall in Glasgow for quite a few months, only coming down when he packed up to move to his new house, it is A4 lined

howson -ink sketch of mans head

Or this large A4 doodle showing Peter's use of shape and pattern in a way unique to him

line sketch of man's head

and finally a bit of fun - one of Peter's mad doodles - you won't see
many of these, it's a dinky 6 x 7cm Octodoodle
it will be on ebay soon

cartoon of octopus



Remember if you have any questions just ask, if you have a specific thing you would like me to get from Peter feel free to ask, and if you would like to see anything and you live close let me know and I can try a meet up. If you are interested in a piece let me know and i'll send a full size jpeg.

feel free to forward to any fans you know


 

New things available
if you are interested in anything
 contact me

New stuff from Peter Howson

firstly a bit of fun
Peter is always sketching, if he hasn't got a sketchbook
then he'll use what's available



Sketch 13 x 9 cm
on ebay 14th may 07



on the spot sketches - costa characters
on ebay 17th may07



This is an unusual object, Peter is unsure how he came by it, it is a print of an article that ran in the Glasgow Herald. The article is printed onto a litho sheet (so a piece of metal) this will go onto ebay about 15th May
26 x 42 cm




A Sketch of St John on Patmos from Peter's sketch book offers circa £130.
9 x 14 cm on cream



Detail of note on reverse




A study of Christ circa £200
9 x 14 cm




A study from Peter's sketch book circa £200




This is a preparitory sketch for the Saint Andrews works

20 x 20 cm on black card - Circa £350




Wacky Man from Peter's sketch book circa £220







also a piece by Frank McFadden
a large pastel 12 x 24 inches
Frank is due to have a major exhibition in london in April at which time his work will gain a major premium
patel by frank mcfadden

the asking price inc postage is £800

As usual if your interested in anything or are looking for something specific just mail me - if you know of any Howson fans who might be interested in a direct route to Peter's work please free to forward this to them

[email protected]

past stuff
there is a little camera shake on these so please allow for that
all work offers around £250
the ebay items will be on site over the next week

All sketches are on Winsor and Newton
A6 150gsm white paper

On ebay till 19.03.07
ink sketch of mans head by peter howson


ink sketch of mans head by peter howson

ink sketch of mans head by peter howson


sold
ink sketch of mans head by peter howson


On ebay till 19.03.07
ink sketch of mans head by peter howson


to be sold on ebay
ink sketch of mans head by peter howson


sold
ink sketch of mans head by peter howson



ink sketch of mans head by peter howson


also a piece by Frank McFadden
a large pastel 12 x 24 inches
Frank is due to have a major exhibition in london in April at which time his work will gain a major premium
patel by frank mcfadden

the asking price inc postage is £800

As usual if your interested in anything or are looking for something specific just mail me - if you know of any Howson fans who might be interested in a direct route to Peter's work please free to forward this to them

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"The Bodybuilder"
A study of a winner of the Mr Scotland 80's
Signed postcard 15x10cm


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A4 sized


signed postcard

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Study in ink on 300gsm card
15 x 10cm
£300-free delivery
Unframed


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Study in ink on 300gsm card
15 x 10cm
£300-free delivery
Unframed

On Ebay next week 22.01.06 a rare 1st poster from Peter's very first exhibition after leaving Art College

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a not on the back from Peter testifies to it's validity



and a editorial by Alexander Moffat talks of the potential this promising artist shows
 
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