Douglas Noble - priced catalogue

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1

   Continuum

95.00

2

   Tillandsia

95.00

3

   Jackie

65.00

4

   Kit Wilson (Charterhouse, London)

3,250.00

5

* Cassis Harbour

365.00

6

* Duddington Church

250.00

7

   Graham Cray (Ridley Hall, Cambridge)

Not for sale

8

* High Summer, Suffolk

275.00 SOLD

9

   Puja

325.00

10

* S Easterly Blow, Southwold

325.00 SOLD

11

   John Huxtable (Construction Specialists Group)

Not for sale

12

   Magnificat

450.00 SOLD

13

* Cliffs at le Pouldu, Brittany

395.00 SOLD

14

* Confluence

150.00

15

* Congruence

150.00

16

* Walberswick Church

275.00

17

* Falling Tide, Woodbridge

325.00 SOLD

18

* The Town Marshes, Southwold

325.00

19

# The Road to Cinfães

195.00

20

# Blue Bonnet

195.00

21

* Mill at Estorias

275.00

22

* Black Rocks, Kerry

320.00 SOLD

23

# Sandy Cove, Cork

225.00 SOLD

24

   Doorway with Katie (Mr Richard Furbank)

Not for sale

25

# The gypsy tree

395.00

26

* Siesta

300.00

27

# Cornfields, Leighton Bromswold

395.00

28

# Ramatuelle

350.00 SOLD

29

# Cassis

365.00

30

# Spider plant

195.00

Key: # denotes 100% donated to Living Stones
* denotes 50% commission to living stones

Douglas Noble sold his first painting, a portrait, fifty years ago. This was traced to Sacramento, USA for a retrospective exhibition of his work in 1997, which was held first in Cambridge and then for the final day, here at St Mary's Church where he is a member and known more familiarly as Richard. For a few of his pre-1997 works, Richard is donating 100% of the sale price to Buckden's Living Stones. These are marked with a hash sign - #. In addition, on most of the other works 50% will go to the appeal (marked with an asterisk) rather than the normal 25% commission. Douglas Noble is now concentrating on portrait painting and some of the portraits exhibited have been loaned by their owners for the occasion.

New portrait commissions are invited as part of the exhibition. On every commission accepted, 50% of the price will be given to Buckden's Living Stones.

As an extension to this exhibition, there are more of Noble's works exhibited for sale in the Reading Room at the George Hotel in the High Street and you are warmly invited to view them.