THE PAMELA FORD COLLECTION

THE PAMELA FORD COLLECTION

An exceptional private collection of art and sculpture in our August Fine Art & Antique Sale

We are pleased to offer an exceptional private collection of art and sculpture in our August 11th/12th Fine Art sale to be sold on behalf of the Suffolk Wildlife Trust. Formed over several decades by Pamela Ford and her husband George, the collection was bequeathed following her recent passing. It is hoped to raise £30,000 for their favourite charity.

 

We are pleased to offer an exceptional private collection of art and sculpture in our August 11th/12th Fine Art sale to be sold on behalf of the Suffolk Wildlife Trust. Formed over several decades by Pamela Ford and her husband George, the collection was bequeathed following her recent passing. It is hoped to raise £30,000 for their favourite charity. Their shared love of wildlife is reflected in their taste for ornithological paintings and animal sculptures. Significant Suffolk artists in the collection represented include Sir Alfred Munnings and Cavendish Morton, which are offered alongside an unrivalled collection of  animalier bronzes and stone carvings by the renowned sculptor Lawrence Broderick.

For further details please contact Daniel Wright on 01206 754754 or danielwright@reemandansie.com

 

    

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