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Art for the Seasons

Artists have long been drawn to the beauty of nature, finding inspiration in every aspect of life's pleasures, including the changing seasons. Here in the UK, we're blessed with the full spectrum of all four seasons (sometimes all in a single day)!

We have curated a special selection of works just that you so take this time to explore, discover and expand your collection.

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Spring

Patrick Hughes has been in pursuit of imagistic trickery since he was young. Hughes' work is a blend of illusionistic and paradoxical elements, with a touch of surrealism and fantasy.

Patrick Hughes | Blooming | £600
Virtual Duality
Originals
Virtual Duality
£850
Untitled (Be Kind to Everyone)
Editions
David Shrigley
Untitled (Be Kind to Everyone)
£4,500

Another Hang-Up favourite, British artist David Shrigley is known for his irreverent and playful drawings, sculptures, and installations that often explore the humour and absurdity of life.

Summer

Who doesn’t love an ice-cold soft serve in the dead heat of summer?

We think the permanently 'dropped' sculpture from Tim Fishlock perfectly befits a particularly wry and British sentiment towards the summer season.

Tim Fishlock | Blue Velvet | £3,250
Hummingbird VII
Editions
Dave White
Hummingbird VII
£2,500
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Dave White's lifelong commitment to documenting animals, we think the image of a glittering hummingbird (a symbol of joy, love, and beauty) also encompasses the summer spirit.

How I Spent My Summer
Editions
Derrick Adams
How I Spent My Summer
£5,500

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How I Spent My Summer
Editions
Derrick Adams
How I Spent My Summer
£5,500

Floaters is one of Derrick Adams notable series. Featuring Black figures relaxing in water on various vibrantly coloured inflatables. Adams describes this presentation of Black leisure as radical or revolutionary and hopes to inspire future generations of artists with this notion.

Autumn

Soft browns, yellows, and greens transform the natural landscape during the later months. For autumn, we've selected a handful of pieces that represent the more muted tones seen during the season. Renowned 'photograffeur' JR uses his street photography to create captivating public installations that lend themselves to becoming successful limited print runs.

Tim Fishlock | BLESS ME | £2,000
Ballet, Palais Royal, Paris, France, 2020
Editions
JR
Ballet, Palais Royal, Paris, France, 2020
£1,200
Float Above the Cold with a Month of Daylight
Originals
Mark Powell
Float Above the Cold with a Month of Daylight
£3,000

Mark Powell's signature medium of antique and vintage ephemera provides a uniquely textured feel to his artwork that suggests a layering of time and experiences, drawing parallels to the visible passage of time during the autumn season.

Winter

Finally: winter. For the season that symbolises reflection, rebirth, life and death we've selected some literal and more abstract translations of the wintertime. Dave White's Grizzly Bear is a nod towards the stillness experienced in the cold (but cozy) hibernal months of the year.

Dave White | Grizzly Bear | £1,400

David Hockney has always embraced new technology when it comes to art which has, no doubt, attributed to his works being in such high demand. With total sales of $590 million between 2015 and 2022, he is also the most valuable pop artist from the UK with a current auction record set in 2018 of $90 million.

iPad Drawing No. 610, 23rd December
Editions
David Hockney
iPad Drawing No. 610, 23rd December
£24,000
Labyrinth Embossed
Editions
Marc Quinn
Labyrinth Embossed
£1,200

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José Parlá's expressive abstract work investigates themes of memory, alchemy, history and language.

The Founders
Editions
José Parlá
The Founders
£1,000
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