Islington Giving Art Auction

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Islington Giving, in partnership with artists from Artbox London and Islington-based Darbyshire framers, is pleased to showcase a selection of Islington-inspired pieces for our Art Auction. These 21 pieces were created by artists working in Artbox London's studios during the very challenging period between April and October 2020. 

Artbox London is an Islington-based art studio and gallery supporting people with learning disabilities and autism to create, exhibit, sell and license their artwork.

Details of the artist, the size and materials used are outlined under each image. Each piece will be professionally framed. The frames were kindly donated by Darbyshire. You can see some sample frames in this collection (e.g. "Statues on the Street" or "Angel Rain" when you click on arrows to get to the second image)

See our auction guide below the image for more details.



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Lot 1
£ 155
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Orange Sun, Green City
Lot 2
£ 125
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Insects
Lot 3
£ 130
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Islington
Lot 4
£ 160
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Dark Night
Lot 5
£ 150
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Angel Rain
Lot 6
£ 70
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Charlie-boy!
Lot 7
£ 175
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Islington Flora
Lot 8
£ 110
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Islington Maps
Lot 10
£ 305
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The Mayor of Islington
Lot 11
£ 110
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Seasons
Lot 9
£ 115
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Keeping traditions, the hipsters
Lot 12
£ 150
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Statues on the Street
Lot 14
£ 85
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Untitled
Lot 15
£ 175
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Corner House
Lot 13
£ 75
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Cheers
Lot 20
£ 260
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Crooked Church
Lot 16
£ 105
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Nude
Lot 17
£ 100
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Culpeper Community Garden
Lot 19
£ 140
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A Pink Time In Islington
Lot 18
£ 135
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Spider Plant
Lot 21
£ 55
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Untitled
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