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Glynn Boyd Harte

 
     
Cafe Excelsior Campari and Soda Pinks and white ink
     
lithograph ed. 150, 23.5 x 17.5in 60 x 45cm lithograph ed. 195, 18 x 21.25in 46 x 54cm lithograph, 21.5 x 16.5in 80 x 62cm
£540 £480 £520
     
Punnet of strawberries Greene St. Le Monde
     
lithograph ed.195, 18.5 x 24in 47 x 61cm lithograph ed.125, 23.5 x 16.25in 60 x 42cm lithograph ed. 195, 18 x 21.25in 46 x 54cm
  £770 £480
     
Plan de Paris Poissonerie Willow Tea Rooms
     
lithograph ed.125, 23.5 x 16.25in 60 x 42cm lithograph ed.100, 19 x 16in 48 x 41cm lithograph ed. 150, 23.5 x 17.5in 60 x 45cm
£565 £580 £540
     
Brasserie Lipp Champagne Picnic Cloudeseley Square
     
lithograph, 19 x 16in 59 x 44cm lithograph, 19 x 16.5in 48 x 42cm lithograph, 23 x 16in 58 x 41cm
     
P. Hebert Pot au Feu Paris Banlieue
     
lithograph ed.100, 21.5 x 16in 55 x 41cm lithograph, 23 x 16in 58 x 41cm lithograph, 19 x 16in 48 x 41cm
     
     

 

Glynn Boyd Harte

Glynn Boyd Harte (1948-2003) reacted against predominant trends with his beautifully composed still-lifes and outdoor scenes showing everyday, yet uplifting scenes. From the mid-1970s, Boyd Harte exhibited extensively in London, illustrated a number of books and from the 1990s contributed to The Daily Telegraph and The Times. Boyd Harte was artist-in-residence during the rebuilding of the Royal Opera House and exhibited a series of architectural studies at the Museum of London to mark the Millennium.