Auction Ends: Dec 29, 2013 11:59 PM EST


"*1 ONLY! THREE STAR COLLECTIBLE!: "Yoshida and O'Hare II" by Charles Willmott"

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Estimated Value
$500 USD
Opening Bid
$75 USD

Item Description

Details of this item

"Yoshida and O'Hare II" by Charles Willmott

Limited Edition Lithograph signed and numbered by the artist.
Size: 19" x 23" (with border), 14" x 17" (image
Status: Unframed

2013 GALLERY LIST PRICE: $500.00


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Simultaneously powerful and vulnerable, the subjects of Charles Willmott's portraits of women are beautiful and intriguing. "Yoshida and O'Hare II" is a limited edition lithograph on paper, numbered and hand signed by Willmott. Includes Certificate of Authenticity!

About the Artist

Artist Charles Willmott studied at the Birmingham College of Art in the 1960s, but worked in advertising for most of the '70s and '80s. A trip to the Far East in the late '80s inspired a return to painting, and he held his first one-man show in 1991, which featured Sumo wrestling as subject.

After an encounter with principal dancer in the Royal Ballet, Miyako Yoshida, Willmott developed a fascination with the natural grace and beauty of the dancer, and particularly with the female form. In 1996, he was invited to create a series of paintings with the Royal Shakespeare Theatre; one of the paintings from the series was a finalist for the prestigious Garrick Milne Prize.



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