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Kandinsky Drawing No.6, 2006 – 2007: After, “Improvisation 34” 1913, wet & dry media and collage. 138cms x 122cms

Kandinsky Drawing No.7, 2006 – 2007: After, “Improvisation with Cold Forms” 1914, wet & dry media and collage. 153cms x 122cms

Kandinsky Drawing No.5, 2006 – 2007: After, “Painting with White Lines” 1913, wet & dry media and collage. 122cms x 138cms

Rubens Drawing Number 8, 2006: After, “Descent from the Cross”, 1611, wet & dry media on paper. 99cms x 152cms

Rubens Drawing Number 9, 2006: After, “The Drunken Silenus”, 1616-17, wet & dry media on paper.

Rubens Drawing Number 4, 2005/6: After, “Minerva protects Pax from Mars”, 1629-30, wet & dry media on paper. 153cms x 99cms

Kandinsky Drawing No.9, 2006 – 2007: After, “Fugue” 1914, wet & dry media and collage. 122cms x 122cms

Kandinsky Drawing No.4, 2006 – 2007: After, “Painting with White Form” 1913, wet & dry media and collage. 138cms x 122cms

Kandinsky Drawing No.2, 2006 – 2007: After, “Improvisation 20” 1911, wet & dry media and collage. 138cms x 122cms

Rubens Drawing Number 7, 2006: After, ”The Brazen Serpent”, 1609-10, wet & dry media on paper. 152cms x 108cms

Rubens Drawing Number 1, 2005: After, “The Coming of Age of Louis XIII” from the Marie de’ Medici cycle, 1622, wet & dry media on paper. 77cms x 112cms

Rubens Drawing Number 6, 2006: After, “Landscape with a Shepherd”, 1615-1622, wet & dry media on paper. 112cms x 76.5cms

Kandinsky Drawing No.3, 2006 – 2007: After, “Improvisation 21a” 1911, wet & dry media and collage. 138cms x 122cms

Kandinsky Drawing No.1, 2006 – 2007: After, “Improvisation 11” 1910, wet & dry media and collage. 127cms x 122cms

Kandinsky Drawing No.8, 2006 – 2007: After, “Improvisation 35” 1914, wet & dry media and collage. 127cms x 122cms

Rubens Drawing Number 2, 2005/6: After, “The Massacre of the Innocents”, 1611-12, wet & dry media on paper. 99.5cms x 77cms

Rubens Drawing Number 3, 2005/6: After, “The Rape of the Daughters of Leucippus”, 1618, wet & dry media on paper. 121.5cms x 125cms

Rubens Drawing Number 5, 2005/6: After, “The Hippopotamus Hunt” 1616, wet & dry media on paper. 152cms x 122cms

“Angels or Stardust? for dust you are and to dust you will return” Table, shelving, elements and bottled stars, 2007/8. Dimensions variable

“In the Beginning” Gathered objects construction, 2008. 103 x 119 x 16

“Stuff” Gathered objects construction, 2007. 67.5 x 150 x 14

“Iron, or the Soul?” Drawing and nails, 2008. 75 x 49.5 x 12.5

“Astronomology” Drawing board, jigsaw and nails, 2008. 71.5 x 67 x 3

“The Pope’s Library: Discourse over Dogma” Plaster wall, fresco and jigsaw, 2008/9. 95 x 117 x 10

“The Pope’s Library: Nailing the Truth” Library shelves, jigsaw and nails, 2008/9. 79 x 118 x 8.5

“Lifting the Veil” Window, jigsaw and curtains, 2009. 51 x 92 x 15

“Ares or Angels?” Door, jigsaw and nails, 2009. 59.5 x 71.5 x 2.5

“Emma’s Dilemma” Type-tray and gathered objects, 2009. 49 x 118 x 7

“Galileo’s Alteredpiece” Telescope, cloth and mirror, 2010. 69 x 113.5 x 15

“Periodic Table” Table, tubes of oil paint and nails, 2010. 80 x 182 x 63

“Periodic table of elements” Canvas, oil paint and tags, 2011. 68 x 91

“The Ambassadors’ Table” Digital photograph of studio installation, 2011. 30 x 21

“Crabtree’s Table” Digital photograph of studio installation, 2011. 30 x 21

“Vanitas Table” Digital photograph of studio installation, 2011. 21 x 30

“May 24th, 1543” Digital photograph of studio installation, 2011. 21 x 30

“Keats and/or Newton” Giclee print, 2008. 40 x 30