Limited edition headscarf with a foliate head design by John Piper.
Produced in 1984 by Christie's Contemporary Art in a limited edition of 225.
A beige square silk scarf, with John Piper's signed, foliate head design printed in maroon and turquiose on a pink background. Number 101/225.
Ruined Castle, possibly at Wester Braikie, Tayside by John Piper 1984.
This painting relates closely to the gouache of Wester Braikie exhibited at the Bohun Gallery in 1990.
Oil on canvas in black wooden frame.
'London Bulletin' May 1938-2. By the London Gallery Ltd.
Features Joan Miro, Pablo Picasso, John Piper and van Velde. Catalogues of each exhibition as well as contributions by many other contemporary artists. The text is in both French and English. Also has an advertisement for 'Axis' - the art journal edited and published by Myfanwy Evans (Piper).
'The Spectator' February 14th 1941.
With an article by John Piper, as well as a reader's letter about a a criticism of one of Piper's earlier articles.
Page 182 features the article 'The Unfamiliar Angle' about a publication by The National Gallery.
Page 175 features the letter under the heading 'Mr Piper's Heresies'.