Scottish Art

Scottish Art
22 November 2016

Sotheby’s 2016 Scottish Art auction achieved £3,167,875 - the highest individual sale total in the market. Notable prices were realised for some of Scotland’s leading artists with a number of new auction records. There were also excellent results for contemporary Scottish artwork from the collection of David Bowie. Sotheby’s are the leading international auction house for Scottish Art.

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Sotheby’s has a long tradition of selling Scottish art, pioneering sales in Scotland in the early 1970s. We have continually achieved ground-breaking results for the four Scottish Colourists, including world records for Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell and George Leslie Hunter and in November 2012 we also achieved a world record price for a Glasgow Boy painting with James Guthrie’s In the Orchard which sold for £601,000. In addition, we have achieved world record prices for many of Scotland’s top artists, including George Henry, Anne Redpath, Robin Philipson, John Bellany and Jack Vettriano, Peter Howson and Joan Eardley.

Our offices are located in London and Edinburgh and our sale of Scottish Art takes place in London in November. Our sales are supported by a travelling exhibition at the Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh before the exhibition and auction in London.

CONSIGNMENTS

If you wish to enquire about the possibility of offering a work in one of Sotheby's Scottish Art sales, please click here.
LONDON:
+44 (0)20 7293 6132
EDINBURGH:
+44 131 558 7799

Sotheby’s has a long tradition of selling Scottish art, pioneering sales in Scotland in the early 1970s. We have continually achieved ground-breaking results for the four Scottish Colourists, including world records for Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell and George Leslie Hunter and in November 2012 we also achieved a world record price for a Glasgow Boy painting with James Guthrie’s In the Orchard which sold for £601,000. In addition, we have achieved world record prices for many of Scotland’s top artists, including George Henry, Anne Redpath, Robin Philipson, John Bellany and Jack Vettriano, Peter Howson and Joan Eardley.

Our offices are located in London and Edinburgh and our sale of Scottish Art takes place in London in November. Our sales are supported by a travelling exhibition at the Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh before the exhibition and auction in London.

CONSIGNMENTS

If you wish to enquire about the possibility of offering a work in one of Sotheby's Scottish Art sales, please click here.
LONDON:
+44 (0)20 7293 6132
EDINBURGH:
+44 131 558 7799

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Senior Director, Head of Department, British & Irish Art Post 1850
+44 20 7293 5731
Thomas Podd
Specialist, British & Irish Art Post 1850
+44 (0)20 7293 5497
Director, Head of Scotland
+44 13 1558 7799

Sotheby’s has a long tradition of selling Scottish art, pioneering sales in Scotland in the early 1970s. We have continually achieved ground-breaking results for the four Scottish Colourists, including world records for Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell and George Leslie Hunter and in November 2012 we also achieved a world record price for a Glasgow Boy painting with James Guthrie’s In the Orchard which sold for £601,000. In addition, we have achieved world record prices for many of Scotland’s top artists, including George Henry, Anne Redpath, Robin Philipson, John Bellany and Jack Vettriano, Peter Howson and Joan Eardley.

Our offices are located in London and Edinburgh and our sale of Scottish Art takes place in London in November. Our sales are supported by a travelling exhibition at the Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh before the exhibition and auction in London.

CONSIGNMENTS

If you wish to enquire about the possibility of offering a work in one of Sotheby's Scottish Art sales, please click here.
LONDON:
+44 (0)20 7293 6132
EDINBURGH:
+44 131 558 7799