Vettriano's 1950s red upholstered side chair, which can be seen in his paintings 'Self Portrait', 'The Critical Hour' and 'Rachel in the Studio', is expected to fetch just £40 to £60. Influence: This wooden-backed sofa featured in 'Original Sin'. Vettriano has decided to sell up after 'spending an increasing amount of time in London' herve leger sale Immortalised: A painting of Original Sin by artist Jack Vettriano in which the sofa is featured
And a white phone, 'circular dial over exchange slide', believed to have featured in the painting 'The Arrangement' is also expected to be snapped up for just £40 to £60.The original oil painting shows a naked woman sitting on the edge of a bed, a smoking cigarette in one hand and the phone in the other.Vettriano's paint-board and paint-spattered stainless steel kettles will also go under the hammer, for as little as £20 each. Other items, some of which may also feature in Vettriano's work include a black officers jacket with quadruple gold banded cuffs - including a coat stand; a Players' cigarettes vending machine; a pair of Art
At first glance they are just pieces of furniture and objects which could belong in any normal house.However, many of these items have been immortalised in some of the most famous paintings of Scottish artist Jack Vettriano.
The 60-year-old is selling the contents of his studio flat in Fife - which includes these everyday items featured in his work.Scottish artist Jack Vettriano is selling the contents of his studio flat in Fife - which includes everyday items featured in his work. This phone is thought to be the same as was featured in The ArrangementThe phone can be seen in this picture of Vettriano's famous painting The Arrangement
Deco mahogany and chrome book ends; a desk fan; a table lamp with a clock and pen holders; and a Brown Paxette Electromatic camera and tripod. Vettriano is even selling his Espresso percolator by Salton and 'The Instant Juice Press' with a combined estimated price of just £20 to £30, and a pair of thermos jugs which should fetch the same.The flat itself recently featured in a BBC Scotland documentary in which Vettriano and fellow Fifer, crime writer Ian Rankin, interviewed each other.
He is thought to have painted many of his works in the Kirkcaldy property, but has decided to sell up after 'spending an increasing amount of time in London'.The items paint a picture themselves of the artist at work.But most, including some props featured in his art, are expected to fetch just a few pounds at Shapes' auction in Edinburgh this Saturday.Bad hair, soft focus, lots of leather and FAR too much flesh: Here's what happens when glamour modelling goes wrong...
Sleeping with the fish: Dubai unveils Fashion online shop 2012 hotel design with rooms 10m under surface of the sea Among the highlights available to fans of the Scottish painter is Vettriano's 'late Victorian sofa' which featured in the painting 'Original Sin' - where woman in a black dress is reclining and holding an apple. The sofa is described as having a 'serpentine cushioned back over liar arms, sprung seat, plain frieze panel and lobed bracket feet' and is estimated to sell for £150 to £250. Topfashionshopping2012 offers various kinds of cheap herve leger dressess, karen millen dresses sale, toms shoes, handbags, celebrities style fashion. This article resources from www.topfashionshopping2012.com.