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Taking art to places: Christie's celebrates 250th anniversary

  • Christie’s, British Art, Burne-Jones, Giovanni Antonio Canal

    Love among the Ruins by Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones (1833-1898) Photo: Christie’s image

  • Christie’s, British Art, Burne-Jones, Giovanni Antonio Canal

    The Banqueting House and Holbein Gate, Whitehall, with Equestrian Statue of King Charles I by Giovanni Antonia Canal (1697-1768). Photo: Christie’s image

  • Christie’s, British Art, Burne-Jones, Giovanni Antonio Canal

    The Old Horse Guards, London, from St James Park, with numerous ladies and gentlemen and a parade of soldiers by Giovanni Antonio Canal (1697-1768). Photo: Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation

  • Christie’s, British Art, Burne-Jones, Giovanni Antonio Canal

    King Charles I by William Dobson. Oil on canvas; 25? x 20 in. (54.5 x 50.8 cm.) Collection of Dr Christopher Moran Photo: Christie’s image

  • Christie’s, British Art, Burne-Jones, Giovanni Antonio Canal

    A pair of George II ormolu three-light candelabra almost certainly designed by James 'Athenian' Stuart and probably supplied by Diederich Nicolaus Anderson; 20 in. (51 cm.) high; 13½ in. (34 cm.) wide; 8 in. (21 cm.) deep (2). Photo: Christie’s image

  • Christie’s, British Art, Burne-Jones, Giovanni Antonio Canal

    The Monarch of the Glen by Sir Edwin Landseer. Painted in 1851. Photo: Christie’s image

  • Christie’s, British Art, Burne-Jones, Giovanni Antonio Canal

    Proserpine by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Painted in 1877. Photo: Christie’s image

  • Christie’s, British Art, Burne-Jones, Giovanni Antonio Canal

    Lake of Lucerne, From the Landing Place at Flüelen, Looking Towards Bauen and Tell's Chapel, Switzerland by Joseph Mallord William Turner. Watercolour over pencil with scratching out and gum arabic, in original frame; 26 x 39 in. (66 x 100 cm.) Photo: Christie’s image

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