Countryside Learning Charity Art Auction 2019

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Countryside Learning’s Annual Charity Art Auction

Thanks to the generosity of some of Great Britain’s most highly regarded sporting artists, we have a fantastic collection of paintings, prints and a bronze sculpture available in the Countryside Learning 18th Annual Art Auction. If you are an art lover looking to add to your collection or simply looking for a present for a loved one this is the site to visit. Place the highest bid and any one of them could be yours!

Countryside Learning, now in its 32nd year as a national registered charity (Reg no: 327091), reaches up to 30,000 children with a programme of events and the members of its Farms for Schools programme reach a further 300,000 children. It organises visits for a single class or events where up to 4,000 inner city children get the chance, often for the first time, to experience the countryside surrounding where they live. They will learn about where their food comes from, how we effect our rural landscape and the nature it supports.

There are 14 lots in total (originals, prints and a bronze) and suitable pictures will be individually framed to enhance the artwork.

Auction launches Tuesday 1st October 9.00am

Auction Ends Thursday 31st October 8.00pm

To bid on an auction lot, please click on the lot shown on our page and insert the amount of your bid. You will be required to register at the point of placing your first bid.

You will be kept informed of the progress of the auction and if you are lucky enough to win we will contact you to arrange delivery at a mutually agreeable time.

For more information on the auction:

visit countrysidelearning.org

Email sandra@countrysidelearning.org 

Telephone Sandra 07973 676560 or Gary 07711 069092

Thank you for supporting Countryside Learning by visiting our auction.

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"One morning in May" by John Davis
Lot 4
£ 190
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"Robin" by Estelle Robinson
Lot 1
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"A Countryside Collective" by Chris Jones
Lot 2
£ 250
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"Ahead of the storm" by Steven Lingham
Lot 5
£ 260
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"Eagle Owl" by Kim Thompson
Lot 6
£ 130
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"Uncertain outlook" by Jeremy Paul
Lot 7
£ 110
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"Spaniel puppy" by Catherine Ingleby
Lot 8
£ 130
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"Grooming hare" by Catherine Inglis
Lot 9
£ 110
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"Winter Robin" by Jeremy Paul
Lot 10
£ 130
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"Sparring pheasants" by Robert E Fuller
Lot 11
£ 260
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"Acacia plains" by Annabel Pope
Lot 12
£ 100
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"Life in the gutter-the escape" by Jeremy Paul
Lot 13
£ 150
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"Pig slumbering" Bronze by Andrew Glasby
Lot 14
£ 60
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"Laurel in berries" by Kathleen Hindle
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