Art on a Postcard Winter Auction 2020
Adam Koukoudakis • Adham Faramawy • Aileen Murphy • Alan Fears • Alan Furneaux • Alex Hanna • Alexander Johnson • Alistair Gibbs • Alva Skog • Amy Bessone • Amymay George • Andreas Gefeller • Andreas Eriksson • Andrew Mockett • Andrew Francis • Andrew Torr • Andrius Miežis • Anj Smith • Anne Bean • Archie Franks • Ariel Vargassal • Bao • Bill Adams • Bobbie Russon • Boo Mitford • Brendan Neiland RA • Brita Granström • Butternut Collage • Carne Griffiths • Caroline Cornelius • Carys Evans • Cathy Tabbakh • Catriona Millar • CB Hoyo • Céline Bodin • Charles Williams • Charlie Calder-Potts • Chris Daniels • Chris Orr RA • Christy Burdock • Corinna Button • Cripta Djan • Dan Parry Jones • Dan Baldwin • Daniel Rich • Danny Treacy • David Harrison • Day Bowman • Deborah Cruden •Deborah Batt • Duncan Grant • Duncan Bullen • Eduardo Terrazas • Ella Walker • Eric Inkala • Erik van Lieshout • Ewan Keenan • Faith Wilding • FIN Dac • Fiona Bradford • Fiona G. Roberts • Frances Borden • Francisca Pinto • Francks F. Deceus • George Little • Georgia Hayes • Georgia Peskett • Gideon Rubin • Gordon Close • Gordon Dalton • Graham Dean • Graham Fink • Grant Watson • Greg Creek • Gro Thorsen • Gu Wenda • Guglielmo Alfarone • Helen Beard • Henrietta Dubrey • Heri Dono • Iman Raad • Jake Attree • Jake Clark • James Crowther • Jan Zöller • Janet Archer • Jason Gibilaro • Jasper Galloway • Jenny Watson • Jeremy Annear • Jim Denomie • Jo Kitchen • Jo Sweeting • Joana Galego • Joe Bloom • Johan Bjorkegren • John MacLean • John Emanuel • John Illsley • JohnnyX • Jonas Bergert • Jonathan Christie • Jonni Cheatwood • José Alvarez • Justin Virdi •Karen Thomas • Karimah Hassan • Karolina Albricht • Kate Sherman • Kelly Stewart • Kelly-Anne Davitt • Kemi Onabulé • Ken Lum • Kirsty Lackie • Kristy M Chan • Laurence de Valmy • Lois Wallace • Luci Maclaren • Lucy Austin • Łukasz Stoklosa • Luke Elwes • Magnus Gjeon • Malcolm Ashman • Mandy Payne • Marc Standing • Marcus Aitken • Margeret Corocan • Marion Archer • Mark Peppé • Mark Cazalet • Mark Demsteader • Marley Freeman • Martyn Brewster • Matt Dosa • Max Renneisen • MC Llamas • Megan Fatharly • Melissa Scott-Miller • Michael Ajerman • Micheal Cox • Micheal Bishop • Michele Ciacciofera • Mick Rooney RA • Miles Regis • Mit Senoj • Natalie Arnoldi • Nicole Chui • Norris Yim • Oda Iselin Sønderland • Oliver Dorrell • Orla Egan • Orlanda Broom • Paige Perkins • Patrick Hughes • Patrick Thomas • Peter Jones • Peter Clossick • Rachel Grobstein • Rachel Arif • Ralph Anderson • Richard Bawden • Richard & Kay Spare • Robert E. Wells • Rosalind Hobley • Rosie Emerson •Ruth Philo •Ryan Mosley • Sascha Brylla •Saul Deceus • Sax Berlin • Sean Molloy • Sebastian Mayrle • Seren Bell • Simon Laurie • Simon Ledson • Sinéad Breslin • Sinéad Ní Mhaonaigh • Sola Olulode • Stephen Quinn • Su Blackwell • Supermudane • Susanna Coffey • Tariku Shiferaw • Taylor O Thomas • Tim Bavington • Tom Wilmott • Tomas Watson • Trevor Kiernander • Tuesday Riddell • Vanessa Gardiner • Verne Dawson • Walter Swennon • Willard Beopple • Winston Branch • Yacine Tilalia Fall • Yanghwa • Yvonne Robert
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Art on a Postcard is delighted to be partnering with Dreweatts Auction House established in 1759 with whom they have successfully partnered with previously.
Dreweatts is a leading UK auctioneer of Fine Art, Furniture, Sculpture, European and Asian Ceramics and Works of Art, Jewellery, Watches, Silver, Clocks, Wine, Manuscripts and Miniatures, Books and Live Steam and Model Engineering. Dreweatts operates from and holds auctions at Donnington Priory, the beautiful picturesque country house located close to Newbury in the Berkshire countryside, less than 1 hour from Heathrow airport and 1 hour from London by train. Western Manuscripts and Miniatures, Islamic and Near Eastern Books and Manuscripts and Book Collections and Libraries are offered under the Bloomsbury Auctions name with sales taking place in central London.
Dreweatts’ London office is on Pall Mall, St James’s, where weekly valuation days, exhibitions of auction highlights and client events are held. We offer a diverse and exciting calendar of specialist auctions along with single owner collection and house sales with pre-auction viewing at Donnington Priory in the days leading up to the auction itself. We also host monthly valuation days at Donnington Priory on the first Friday of every month and at other locations nationwide where clients can receive advice on buying and selling at Dreweatts from our market-leading specialists.
This auction will focus on The Hepatitis C Trust’s helpline which is staffed entirely by people who have had hepatitis C. The helpline has become a key component in the current Tainted Blood Inquiry, the largest public enquiry in British history, which was launched to investigate why infected blood products were being used to treat NHS patients prior to 1992. Helpline manager Samantha May is providing supporting evidence to the Inquiry team based on statistics and common facts drawn out by the numerous calls to our helpline over the years. The number of calls from people who have received infected blood during transfusion and subsequently been misdiagnosed for years only to find they have cirrhosis or liver cancer have snowballed and keeping up is increasingly difficult.
‘The helpline one of the most difficult and important jobs at The Hepatitis C Trust and the Trust. In the coming months we expect to be inundated with calls as the Tainted Blood Inquiry is set to be the biggest Inquiry this country has seen. The generosity of the artists who contribute to the auction will go a long way to raising both awareness and funds and ensuring there are fewer unnecessary deaths of hepatitis C’ - Samantha May
To find out more about the work of the helpline team and their involvement in the Infected Blood Enquiry, listen to our Art on a Podcast episode with helpline manager Samantha May.
The Infected Blood Enquiry trial resumes 22nd September 2020
Please do not bid on artwork in our Art on a Postcard auctions if you intend on selling the artwork after you have purchased it. This auction has been organised for charity and all artworks have been generously donated by the artists to raise money for The Hepatitis C Trust. When the work produced for the charity is sold on the secondary market it damages our relationship with the artist and prevents us from fundraising.