Pictures Reimagined

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Pictures Reimagined is a collection of artworks inspired by Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition, created and donated by prominent and prize-winning musicians, painters, photographers, sculptors, writers and architects. Every penny raised from this auction goes direct to The Passage, a charity which provides resources to encourage, inspire and challenge homeless people to transform their lives. #PicturesReimagined 


For descriptions, measurements and artist biographies, please click on each lot.


Pictures Reimagined is part of 'Night Under The Stars', The Passage's annual fundraising concert. Excerpts from Pictures at an Exhibition will be performed at this year's concert, which takes place at Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall on Tuesday 7 November.


www.nutsconcert.com
www.passage.org.uk


This auction will be available until midday on Monday 6 November when online bidding will close. Bidding will re-open at the Night Under The Stars post-concert reception on Tuesday 7 November, concluding at 22:30. If you are unable to attend the reception you can still give yourself a good chance of winning by placing a proxy or maximum bid on this page.  We will then carry your bid over to the live silent auction and continue bidding on your behalf up to your maximum.


The Passage would like to thank Penningtons Manches who are sponsoring the auction. 



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Lot 1
£ 1,000
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Limoges I (painting by Stephen Hough)
Lot 2
£ 200
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Great Gate of Kiev (sketch by Ken Shuttleworth)
Lot 3
£ 350
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Anemone (painting by Jill Leman)
Lot 4
£ 600
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Castle and Sky (photograph by Michael Kenna)
Lot 5
£ 200
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Baba Yaga (illustration by Chris Riddell)
Lot 6
£ 300
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Gnomus (illustration by Chris Riddell)
Lot 7
£ 600
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Great Gate of Kiev (painting by Sir Thomas Allen)
Lot 8
£ 350
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Trading Places (photographs by David Stewart)
Lot 9
£ 250
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The Great Gate of Kiev (pen sketch by Nat Tate)
Lot 10
£ 650
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Mind in Mist: Catacombs of the I (photo by Arno)
Lot 11
£ 550
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Bydlo (painting by Richard Allen)
Lot 12
£ 300
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A Home in the Sky (sculpture by Annie Tempest)
Lot 13
£ 500
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The Gnome (drawing by Simon Keenlyside)
Lot 14
£ 300
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Gavin and Self Portrait (paintings by David Tovey)
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