A Piece of Britain - award winning heritage by Hazle Ceramics
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Fine Art Saleroom

 Part of “Whistler’s Mother” Anna, by James McNeill Whistler at his London home in 1871 and hung at the Musée d’Orsay in Paris from 1891.

The festooned cartouche at the top says, “1906 Glyn’s House”. In the Art Nouveau era, 1890-1910, the female form was much admired and two life-size, naturally sculpted ladies flank the second floor windows. There are Roman Ionic columns on the ground floor. Hazle’s model is pretty faithful to the original and her ceramic artworks show three examples of womankind.

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Hazle Ceramics
Fine Art Saleroom
on London Glyn’s House With added 22 carat gold

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 Glyn’s House at 44 Old Bond Street, London W1 in June 2006.

 Part of the “Rokeby Venus” completed by Velázquez by 1651. The mirror is held by her son Cupid, Roman god of physical love. Hung at Rokeby Park in Yorkshire from 1813-1906, it was then purchased for London’s National Gallery.

 A more modern woman in the doorway maybe a nod to Picasso.

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