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Modelleur, b. 1926 - d. 2019

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        • RON HITCHINS (BRITISH 1926-2019) Preview: Barley Mow Centre
          Jan. 10, 2024

          RON HITCHINS (BRITISH 1926-2019) Preview: Barley Mow Centre

          Est: £600 - £800

          RON HITCHINS (BRITISH 1926-2019) Preview: Barley Mow Centre RON HITCHINS (BRITISH 1926-2019): A panel of thirty nine painted terracotta tiles, in the original frame, signed in marker pen verso. Tiles 64cm high x 15cm wide Frame 94cm high x 32cm wide

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        • RON HITCHINS (BRITISH 1926-2019) Preview: Barley Mow Centre
          Jan. 10, 2024

          RON HITCHINS (BRITISH 1926-2019) Preview: Barley Mow Centre

          Est: £500 - £800

          RON HITCHINS (BRITISH 1926-2019) Preview: Barley Mow Centre RON HITCHINS (BRITISH 1926-2019); A panel of eighteen painted terracotta tiles, in the original frame, signed in marker pen verso.

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        • Ron Hitchins (English, 1926-2019)
          Aug. 22, 2023

          Ron Hitchins (English, 1926-2019)

          Est: £150 - £250

          Ron Hitchins (English, 1926-2019) Ron Hitchins (English, 1926-2019), a wall mirror, inlaid with abstract terracotta tiles, to a faux bamboo border, 41 x 16cm Condition Report: Minor knocks, wear and chips. The mirror plate is clean and without damage.

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        • *Ron Hitchins (1926-2019),
          May. 18, 2022

          *Ron Hitchins (1926-2019),

          Est: £200 - £400

          *Ron Hitchins (1926-2019), *Ron Hitchins (1926-2019), a multiple tile panel, with sixty impressed tiles, 27 x 62.5cm, framed *Artist's Resale Right may apply to this lot. Dirt and dust. Well patinated. One lower tile chipped. General surface wear.

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        • RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021):
          Sep. 15, 2021

          RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021):

          Est: £800 - £1,200

          RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021): RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021): A standard light, second half of the 20th century 151cm high Provenance: Part of the artists private collection, you can view the piece in situ here. Nots: Born in the 1920s in London, Ron Hitchins moved to Hackney aged 13 and started a market stall on the infamous Ridley Road, he invented the button down shirt and flared trousers. Known as ‘The Flash’ he was a colourful character in London’s East end. Eventually he started to design small terracotta necklaces with interesting abstract designs that he sold on his stall. From this a developed a career as an artist. He primarily designed wall hangings that were composed of a selection of individually designed terracotta tiles. Apart from terracotta he also worked with fibreglass. His designs were often inspired by foreign design influences, notably Aztec. Although much loved as an artist, Hitchins was first and foremost known as an avid Flamenco dancer. He almost single-handedly introduced London to this form of dancing and until his death in 2019 he remained an active member of the Flamenco Dance scene. Claudine Roux, Andrew Tullis and Lucy Cash directed a short film about his life called ‘Made in Hackney’ which can be viewed here.

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        • RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021):
          Sep. 15, 2021

          RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021):

          Est: £300 - £500

          RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021): RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021): A Art Deco style birds eye maple hall chair, second half of the 20th century, the frame decorated all over with mirrored panels, the T section back to a square seat upholstered in burnt orange fabric over three pannelled legs (some damages) Provenance: Part of the artists private collection, you can view the piece in situ here. Notes: Born in the 1920s in London, Ron Hitchins moved to Hackney aged 13 and started a market stall on the infamous Ridley Road, he invented the button down shirt and flared trousers. Known as ‘The Flash’ he was a colourful character in London’s East end. Eventually he started to design small terracotta necklaces with interesting abstract designs that he sold on his stall. From this a developed a career as an artist. He primarily designed wall hangings that were composed of a selection of individually designed terracotta tiles. Apart from terracotta he also worked with fibreglass. His designs were often inspired by foreign design influences, notably Aztec. Although much loved as an artist, Hitchins was first and foremost known as an avid Flamenco dancer. He almost single-handedly introduced London to this form of dancing and until his death in 2019 he remained an active member of the Flamenco Dance scene. Claudine Roux, Andrew Tullis and Lucy Cash directed a short film about his life called ‘Made in Hackney’ which can be viewed here.

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        • RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021):
          Sep. 15, 2021

          RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021):

          Est: £300 - £500

          RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021): RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021): A Art Deco style birds eye maple hall chair, second half of the 20th century, the frame decorated all over with mirrored panels, the T section back to a square seat upholstered in burnt orange fabric over three pannelled legs (some damages) Provenance: Part of the artists private collection, you can view the piece in situ here Notes: Born in the 1920s in London, Ron Hitchins moved to Hackney aged 13 and started a market stall on the infamous Ridley Road, he invented the button down shirt and flared trousers. Known as ‘The Flash’ he was a colourful character in London’s East end. Eventually he started to design small terracotta necklaces with interesting abstract designs that he sold on his stall. From this a developed a career as an artist. He primarily designed wall hangings that were composed of a selection of individually designed terracotta tiles. Apart from terracotta he also worked with fibreglass. His designs were often inspired by foreign design influences, notably Aztec. Although much loved as an artist, Hitchins was first and foremost known as an avid Flamenco dancer. He almost single-handedly introduced London to this form of dancing and until his death in 2019 he remained an active member of the Flamenco Dance scene. Claudine Roux, Andrew Tullis and Lucy Cash directed a short film about his life called ‘Made in Hackney’ which can be viewed here.

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        • RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021)
          Sep. 15, 2021

          RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021)

          Est: £700 - £1,000

          RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021) RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021): A embellished pantry door from the artists house, second half of the 20th century, the upper section decorated with a series of prints by Egon Schiele, within birdseye maple frames, the lower section with further decorative works flanked by Hitchins' abstract handmade terracotta tiles 198 x 76.5cm Provenance: Part of the artists private collection, you can view the piece in situ here. Born in the 1920s in London, Ron Hitchins moved to Hackney aged 13 and started a market stall on the infamous Ridley Road, selling brightly coloured clothes, he invented the button down shirt and flared trousers. Known as ‘The Flash’ he was a colourful character in London’s East end. Eventually he started to design small terracotta necklaces with interesting abstract designs that he sold on his stall. From this a developed a career as an artist. He primarily designed wall hangings that were composed of a selection of individually designed terracotta tiles. Apart from terracotta he also worked with fibreglass. His designs were often inspired by foreign design influences, notably Aztec.Although much loved as an artist, Hitchins was first and foremost known as an avid Flamenco dancer. He almost single-handedly introduced London to this form of dancing and until his death in 2019 he remained an active member of the Flamenco Dance scene. Claudine Roux, Andrew Tullis and Lucy Cash directed a short film about his life called ‘Made in Hackney’ which can be viewed here.

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        • RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021):
          Sep. 15, 2021

          RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021):

          Est: £1,000 - £2,000

          RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021): RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021): A large rectangular wall mirror, second half of the 20th century, the plate glass framed by a border of abstract hand made terracotta tiles, some signed by the artist, flanked by geso foliate carved borders Provenance: Part of the artists private collection, you can view the piece in situ here. Notes: Born in the 1920s in London, Ron Hitchins moved to Hackney aged 13 and started a market stall on the infamous Ridley Road, he invented the button down shirt and flared trousers. Known as ‘The Flash’ he was a colourful character in London’s East end. Eventually he started to design small terracotta necklaces with interesting abstract designs that he sold on his stall. From this a developed a career as an artist. He primarily designed wall hangings that were composed of a selection of individually designed terracotta tiles. Apart from terracotta he also worked with fibreglass. His designs were often inspired by foreign design influences, notably Aztec. Although much loved as an artist, Hitchins was first and foremost known as an avid Flamenco dancer. He almost single-handedly introduced London to this form of dancing and until his death in 2019 he remained an active member of the Flamenco Dance scene. Claudine Roux, Andrew Tullis and Lucy Cash directed a short film about his life called ‘Made in Hackney’ which can be viewed here.

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        • RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021)
          Sep. 15, 2021

          RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021)

          Est: £8,000 - £12,000

          RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021) RON HITCHINS (BRITISH, 1926-2021): A four poster bed, second half of the 20th century, of square brutalist form, decorated with panels of abstract handmade terracotta tiles to a deal wood frame, some signed by the artist, the overhead canopy with mirrored inset and rope mechanism for integrated lighting and curtains (curtains not included), together with two original architectural plans for the bed 210cm high x 142cm wide x 218cm deep Part of the artists private collection, you can view the piece in situ here. A similar example of smaller proportions, made specifically for domestic cats, is part of the Victoria & Alberts private collection. Notes: Born in the 1920s in London, Ron Hitchins moved to Hackney aged 13 and started a market stall on the infamous Ridley Road, she invented the button down shirt and flared trousers. Known as ‘The Flash’ he was a colourful character in London’s East end. Eventually he started to design small terracotta necklaces with interesting abstract designs that he sold on his stall. From this a developed a career as an artist. He primarily designed wall hangings that were composed of a selection of individually designed terracotta tiles. Apart from terracotta he also worked with fibreglass. His designs were often inspired by foreign design influences, notably Aztec. Although much loved as an artist, Hitchins was first and foremost known as an avid Flamenco dancer. He almost single-handedly introduced London to this form of dancing and until his death in 2019 he remained an active member of the Flamenco Dance scene. Claudine Roux, Andrew Tullis and Lucy Cash directed a short film about his life called ‘Made in Hackney’ which can be viewed here

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        • Ron Hitchins (1926-2019) British, framed ceramic tiles, ceramic sculpture, 14.5 x 8.5".
          Dec. 07, 2020

          Ron Hitchins (1926-2019) British, framed ceramic tiles, ceramic sculpture, 14.5 x 8.5".

          Est: £200 - £300

          Ron Hitchins (1926-2019) British, framed ceramic tiles, ceramic sculpture, 14.5 x 8.5".

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        • RON HITCHINS (B.1926)
          Apr. 16, 2019

          RON HITCHINS (B.1926)

          Est: £100 - £200

          RON HITCHINS (B.1926) Tiles signed with initials 'RH' (on each of the three tiles), signed again and inscribed 'Ron Hitchins/ TILES:-EDITION OF 6 PER PATTERN' (on the reverse) resign bonded fibreglass 12 x 36 in. (30.8 x 91.5 cm.)  Artist's Resale Right may apply on this lot.

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