Parker Fine Art Auctions’ sale of Fine Paintings and Frames on 7th July includes a large collection of polo paintings, drawings and prints from Nicholas Colquhoun-Denvers
These works are part of a collection from the estate of the late Annie Colquhoun-Denvers, whose husband Nicholas was Chairman of HPC The London Polo Club for 24 years as well as a past Chairman of the Hurlingham Polo Association and past President of the Federation of International Polo. The collection was amassed over a 40 year period and is dedicated to his late wife. It is one of the largest private collections of art with a polo theme in existence. The auction will be held in Farnham, Surrey, UK and broadcast live online to an international audience.
A set of five watercolours by Charles Fernand de Condamy, estimate £1,000-£2,000
The auction includes 70 paintings, drawings and prints from the 19th – 21st centuries at estimates from £30 to £2,000.
Eugene Pechaubes (1890-1967), The Polo Match, estimate £600-£800
‘Ladies Polo’ by Molly Maurice Latham (circa 1900-1987), estimate £100-£200
A print of the Fordham Polo Club, New York, which was designed by George Browne Post, famously the architect of the New York Stock Exchange and the New York Times buildings.
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