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@fisher.london
Hard to be completely objective when you’ve known the artist since schooldays but I bloody love these. I’m confident they must objectively be pretty good because they’re selling fast. Take a look at Roger’s new website www.rogerclarkeart.com where you can exchange some Australian dollars or any other currency (except green shield stamps and false teeth) for a beautiful, original work of art. @rogerclarke.art @rogerclarke @oldschooltraveller
Sat 17th November 2018
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Ethiopian pitchfork
Tue 13th November 2018
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Not just any old ceramic cat. This one came with an annotated slip of paper dated 1977 tucked inside. It read, “I belonged to Frank Harris of Liverpool. I was rescued with him when he was torpedoed during the First World War over 60 years ago.” Posted today in remembrance of all those who weren’t so lucky. 🐱
Sun 11th November 2018
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“Mind Your Head” @fisher.london: the funny, spirited, brilliant Lindsey Hilsum talks movingly and with remarkable insight about her late friend and fellow journalist Marie Colvin who was killed while covering the siege of Homs in Syria in 2012. Lindsey’s new biography, ‘In Extremis: The Life of War Correspondent Marie Colvin’ is a fitting tribute which beautifully captures both the tumultuous personal and professional life of this extraordinarily brave woman. Thank you to @jennyblackinteriors for the magical setting and to @victoriapayne55 @georgie_pridden @cjgk1 @serena_fokschaner @maggie_owen @mofofatmo and @kmkingsx for coming along and supporting this event which also raised money for the Marie Colvin Journalists’ Network to support young female journalists in the Arab world. A special thank you to @maggie_owen for this lovely photographic record of the evening.
Sat 10th November 2018
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Current view in my office and not for sale: various ages of Delft and a marble sculpture of a torso...male, I think.
Thu 8th November 2018
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It’s the Corps Birthday: the Royal Marines were formed on this day in 1664. This medal is for Long Service and Good Conduct which is awarded to almost every marine after 15 years so it’s pretty common. The bar represents a further 15 years which makes it quite unusual. It belongs to my Dad who was a Royal Marine for 34 years. 🥂
Sun 28th October 2018
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This is why I will never tire of London
Thu 18th October 2018
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Early 19th century hangover. 🔴
Sun 14th October 2018
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I love ALL my customers equally (of course I do) but let’s be honest, some are rather more talented than others... The beautiful and beautifully crafted Gate bag designed by @jonathan.anderson for Loewe. The only decision now is whether to use it or continue to admire it on its pedestal. 🤔 Thank you, Jonathan. It’s the most amazing gift. 💙🙏💙
Thu 11th October 2018
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Monday mood
Mon 8th October 2018
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Thu 1st January 1970
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Detail from dining room wall paper.
Sat 6th October 2018
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Detail from 18th century blue and white Dutch Delft charger. Circa 1750.
Thu 4th October 2018
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Giant Haystacks: early 20th century framed oil on canvas. Signed indistinctly by the artist. Origin: Brussels.
Wed 3rd October 2018
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Just walking past... 🦒
Sun 30th September 2018
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY to @bridierhall who shimmies like no one else (that skirt!). Love to a beautiful person inside and out. Shake it off, Bridie. This is your decade. 💘
Sat 29th September 2018
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Two remarkable women: Lindsey Hilsum, International Editor at Channel 4 News has kindly agreed to talk about her new biography “In Extremis; the Life of War Correspondent Marie Colvin” for ‘Mind Your Head’ at Fisher London on November 9th to an invited audience. The book will be published in the UK on November 1st and in the US on November 5th. It will also be Book of the Week on BBC Radio 4 the week starting November 5th. I’ve been lucky enough to receive an advance copy and would urge you to pre-order. To paraphrase the review from Annie Lennox on the book jacket, Lindsey has ‘captured lightning in a bottle’.
Thu 27th September 2018
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After a number of false starts, I’ve finally found the wonderful Patricia to help me get going with my (long overdue) website. She is utterly brilliant, motivated, intuitive, creative, hard working and very lovely. She is also emigrating to Vancouver next week...unless I can find and hide her passport.
Tue 25th September 2018
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I ate it. It was good.
Sun 23rd September 2018
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Original Regency watercolour in bird’s eye maple frame. Circa 1820. Wild guess: Rose 🥀 🔴
Fri 21st September 2018
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