BRIAN STONEHOUSE M.B.E. (1918-1998)

FASHION DRAWINGS


This is an ONLINE GROUP. Works are not on display at the gallery. Please contact us if you would like to come and see something.

These drawings were all made while Stonehouse was living and working in New York. They are illustrated below in two sections; those made between 1952 and 1962, when he was employed by American Vogue (price range £175-£2750) and those made after 1962 when he was a freelance illustrator (price range £150-£675).

Each section is given a brief introduction. If you would like to read more about Stonehouse’s remarkable life, scroll to the bottom of this page where you will find a digital version of Brian Stonehouse: Artist, Soldier, War Hero, Fashion Illustrator by Frederic A. Sharf with Michelle Finamore, past Curator of Fashion Arts, Boston Museum of Fine Arts.


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These works are all sold unframed and unmounted. Please contact the gallery if you would like to discuss framing.

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CONDITION: these are working drawings from the studio of a busy illustrator. Some have minor creases or repairs. Some have been trimmed by the artist. Please contact us if you would like to discuss the condition of a particular drawing.



BRIAN STONEHOUSE M.B.E. (1918-1998)

WWII SOE Secret Agent then Vogue fashion illustrator

Born in Devon, Brian Stonehouse spent his childhood in France but returned to England in 1932 to study at Ipswich School of Art. He was briefly employed as an underwear illustrator at British Vogue, but was conscripted into the Royal Artillery at the outbreak of war in 1939. Following a brief period as a gunner, and later a translator, the young artist and fluent French speaker caught the attention of the Special Operations Executive and was recruited in 1942 as a wireless operator with the code name Celestin.

Disguised as a French art student, a B2 suitcase radio concealed within his artist’s box, Stonehouse survived four months between July and October 1942 inside occupied France before being arrested by the Vichy French and Gestapo. Sentenced to death by ‘Nacht und Nebel’, Stonehouse was imprisoned in the Concentration Camps of Saarbrüchen, Mauthausen, Struthof Natzweiler and finally, Dachau. A natural survivor, he gained brief respites from slave labour by appealing to the vanity of his captors, sketching portraits of them and their families. After Stonehouse was liberated by the US Army on 29th April 1945, his drawings were to take on even greater significance, being used at the War Crimes Tribunals to help identify and convict Nazi perpetrators. In Britain, he was awarded a military MBE and continued to assist the military with interrogations in Germany as a Captain. General Eisenhower considered Stonehouse to have had ‘one of the most amazing experiences of the war’.

Stonehouse met American officer Major Harry Haller Jnr after the War. Haller was an energetic, well-connected Society figure. He and Stonehouse moved to New York and lived there together between 1946-1955. Haller’s social connections gave Stonehouse an immediate entrée into New York High Society and afforded him the opportunity to secure portrait commissions. He had a natural flare for capturing his sitters’ elegant clothing and accessories and he came to the attention of American Vogue’s editor, Jessica Daves. Daves still believed that Fashion’s story was best told by a mix of illustration and photography. And so, in 1952, Stonehouse became the first new fashion illustrator to be employed by American Vogue since the beginning of the War. Interest in fashion was strong after the drab War Years and Stonehouse found himself in the thick of fashion illustration’s golden decade. He became expert, with ‘Eric’ (Carl Erickson 1891-1958) and Rene Bouché (1905-1963) at conveying both the glamorous, couture look of the time and the emerging world of leisure-wear.

  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a mod coat and shorts. Watercolour, pen and ink on a sketchbook page. An illustration for an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue, circa 1965. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 23.5×17.25 inches.
    £750
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a brown checked suit Charcoal, watercolour and gouache. An illustration for an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 26.25×14 inches.
    £975
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a Boater. Pencil. An illustration for an American fashion magazine, probably Voguue. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 16.5×11 inches.
    £450
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a belted dress and umbrella. Felt-tipped pen. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1955. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 19.75×15 inches.
    £450
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a belted dress and gloves. Gouache and felt-tipped pen. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1950. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 30×18 inches.
    £1,750
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Model in profile. Charcoal. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 16.75×13.75 inches.
    £450
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a black dress. Watercolour and felt-tipped pen. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 20.25×14.75 inches.
    £600
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a belted dress. Charcoal, brush and ink. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 21.5×8.25 inches.
    £450
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a belted dress. Charcoal and chalk on grey paper. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 22.5×17.75 inches.
    £1,500
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a breton stripe tee. Felt-tipped pen, watercolour and gouache. For an American fashion magazine, circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 27×16.5 inches.
    £500
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a bolero jacket and bow-tie skirt. Charcoal. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 22.5×8.75 inches.
    £650
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a box jacket: two poses. Charcoal. For an American fashion magazine. Dated ‘May 23 – 61’. Inscribed 15 mins and numbered ‘6’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 22×14 inches.
    £450
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a brown cape coat. Pen, brush, ink and watercolour. An illustration for an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 19.75×15.5 inches.
    £550
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a button-up back top. Charcoal. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 16.75×13.75 inches.
    £450
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a dress with a pixie hairstyle. Pen, brush, ink and watercolour. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 24×15.75 inches.
    £750
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a halterneck dress and pearls. Gouache and felt-tipped pen. Signed. For American Vogue. Circa 1950. Signed. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 30×17 inches.
    £2,750
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a grey suit dress. Watercolour, gouache and felt-tipped pen. Circa 1955. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Provenance: The artist’s estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 25.5×11.5 inches.
    £1,750
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a checked shirt. Brush, ink and watercolour. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 20.5×15 inches.
    £650
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a jacket. Felt-tipped pen. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1955. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 20×16 inches.
    £550
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a lace trimmed night gown. Fibre-tip pen and gouache on tan paper. Signed. An illustration for American Vogue, 1952, ‘Rediscovery in lingerie – the range of creamy shades’. Signed. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 30×18 inches.
    £2,750
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a layered top. Charcoal. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 16.75×13.75 inches.
    £450
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a lace-trimmed night gown. Watercolour, gouache and felt-tipped pen. For American Vogue, 1952, ‘Rediscovery in lingerie – the range of creamy shades’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 24.5×17 inches.
    £2,500
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a mauve striped blouse. Watercolour, gouache and felt-tipped pen. Circa 1955. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Provenance: The artist’s estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 16.5×15.75 inches.
    £1,250
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a nightgown. Gouache and felt-tipped pen. Signed. An illustration for American Vogue, 1952, ‘Rediscovery in lingerie – the range of creamy shades’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 29.75×18.75 inches.
    £2,750
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a peacoat. Watercolour, gouache and felt-tipped pen. An illustration for an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 23.5×14.5 inches.
    £650
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a pencil dress. Brush and ink. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 19×16 inches.
    £750
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a polo shirt and trousers. Felt-tipped pen, brush and ink. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 27.5×18.5 inches.
    £500
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a purple tunic dress and cloche hat. Ink, watercolour and gouache. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1955. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 23.75×17.5 inches.
    £750
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a plaid skirt. Gouache and felt-tipped pen. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue, circa 1955. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 29.75×18.75 inches.
    £2,750
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a purple scarf and cap. Watercolour, gouache and felt-tipped pen. Circa 1955. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Provenance: The artist’s estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 23.25×17 inches.
    £1,250
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a red dress and pearls. Gouache and fibre tip pen on blue/grey paper. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue, circa 1955. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 24×16.25 inches.
    £750
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a half apron. Charcoal. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1955. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 17×13.75 inches.
    £250
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a ribbon blouse. Charcoal. For an American fashion magazine. Circa 1955. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 16.75×13.75 inches.
    £450
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a sleeveless top and hat. Watercolour.For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. c.1955. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 18×14.75 inches.
    £650
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a shirt and pencil skirt. Watercolour, gouache and felt-tipped pen. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue, circa 1955. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 17×14.5 inches.
    £750
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a suit and tie. Modelling a trench coat. (three poses). Watercolour, ink and charcoal. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 13.5×14.75 inches.
    £175
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a striped shirt and grey trousers. Watercolour, gouache and felt-tipped pen. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1955. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 21.5×12.5 inches.
    £975
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a swing cocktail dress. Felt-tipped pen. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1950. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 24×17.5 inches.
    £750
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a sun hat and high-waisted two piece. Modelling swim shorts. Charcoal, gouache, watercolour and ink. For an American fashion magazine, circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 27.75×17 inches.
    £650
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a tartan shawl. Felt-tipped pen. An illustration for an American fashion magazine. Circa 1955. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 17×13.75 inches.
    £350
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a trench coat (two poses). Charcoal, ink and watercolour. For an American fashion magazine, circa 1960. Numbered ’10’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 13.25×9.25 inches.
    £225
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a tea dress. Felt-tipped pen. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1950. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 10×8 inches.
    £150
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling an office blouse. Charcoal. An illustration for an American fashion magazine, circa 1975. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 16.75×13.75 inches.
    £450
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling an evening gown and Fez. Watercolour, gouache and felt-tipped pen. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue, circa 1950. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 23×17.25 inches.
    £1,500
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a v-neck dress. Charcoal. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 16.75×13.75 inches.
    £450
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling an A-line coat. Fibre-tip pen, watercolour, gouache. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 23.5×17 inches.
    £975
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling an ochre overcoat, handbag and umbrella. Gouache and felt-tipped pen. An illustration for an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1955. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 22.25×16.5 inches.
    £2,250
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling an over coat. Charcoal. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 18.75×11.75 inches.
    £550
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling black gloves and pillbox hat. Gouache and felt-tipped pen. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue, circa 1955. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 20.5×17.75 inches.
    £2,500
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling evening wear. Charcoal, watercolour and gouache. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue, circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 32×20 inches.
    £750
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling desk-wear. Felt-tipped pen. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1950. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 10×8 inches.
    £250
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling lingerie. Felt-tipped pen and gouache. Signed. For American Vogue. Circa 1952. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 27×15.5 inches.
    £2,750
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling out-wear. Pen, brush and ink. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue, circa 1960. Provenance: The artist’s estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H verso. 17×13.75 inches.
    £750
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling navy swimming shorts. Pen, watercolour and gouache. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1955. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 29×15 inches.
    £975
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Pearls and Earings. Chalk. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1955. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 16.75×13.75 inches.
    £450
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Seated model. Felt-tipped pen. For an American fashion magazine. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 22.75×9.75 inches.
    £450
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling patterned swimwear. Pen, watercolour and gouache. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1955. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 30×15.5 inches.
    £975
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Modelling a high collar blouse. Charcoal. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1950. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 17×10.5 inches.
    £350
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    The Italian cut. Charcoal. For an American fashion magazine. Circa 1950. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 12×7.75 inches.
    £250
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    The Polo Player. Charcoal, ink and gouache on pink paper. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue. Circa 1960. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 22×13.5 inches.
    £650

BRIAN STONEHOUSE M.B.E. (1918-1998)

The freelance fashion illustrator 1962-1979

In 1962, Diana Vreeland succeeded Jessica Daves as editor of American Vogue. Under this new and radical editorship, fashion illustration was largely replaced by photography. Stonehouse left Vogue to become a freelance illustrator. He was resourceful. His time at the magazine had familiarised him with the world of advertising and marketing – essential to his illustrations had been a very practical understanding of ‘fashion-as-product’ – and such was his reputation that he had little trouble receiving commissions from department stores such as Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord and Taylor, from magazines such as Gimbels and luxury brands such as Elizabeth Arden and Dupont. Due to a studio fire few of his drawings from the Sixties survive. However, the drawings here show that by the Seventies his style had developed from the Frenchified, painterly look of the Fifties to something far leaner and more graphic, in line with fashion illustrators such as Kenneth Block (1924-2009) and ‘Antonio’ (1943-1987).

Throughout the Seventies, Stonehouse regularly visited the Illustration Society of New York, where he was provided with models and kept in close touch with developments in the illustration world. The latter half of the Twentieth Century saw a broadening of illustrative styles, with artists becoming less concerned with the accuracy of their drawing and giving more interpretive depictions of fashion. But despite the ability of the camera to capture clothing faithfully and in detail, Stonehouse’s work demonstrates just how valuable draughtsmanship continued to be; his economic and expert handling of line gives every bit of information necessary in understanding the cut of an outfit and the fall of a fabric.

  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Adrian’ modelling a sweatshirt and trousers. Fibre-tip pen. Numbered ‘3’ and dated ‘April 23- [19]79’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 24×18 inches.
    £275
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Alison N’ modelling hat, belted shirt and shorts: two poses. Charcoal. Dated ‘June 16 – 77’. Inscribed ‘S of I'(Society of Illustrators, New York) and ‘2 feus’. Numbered ‘6’ and ‘7’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 23.75×19 inches.
    £500
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Alison N.’ modelling a fan: two poses. Charcoal. Dated ‘March (16 1977)’. Inscribed ‘5 mins’ and numbered ‘1’ and ‘2’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 24×18 inches.
    £350
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Alison N.’ modelling a flower crown, peasant blouse and skirt. Charcoal and watercolour. Circa 1975. Inscribed ’10 mins’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 24×16 inches.
    £250
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Alison N.’ modelling a pant suit and neck scarf. Charcoal and watercolour. Dated ‘March 14 – 77′. Inscribed ’10 mins’ and numbered ‘7’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 24×19 inches.
    £350
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Alison Nord’ modelling a beret and blouse at the Society of Illustrators, New York. Charcoal. Inscribed ‘S of I’ (Society of Illustrators, New York), ’20 mins’ and dated ‘June 16 – 77’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 24×18 inches.
    £350
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Alison Nord’ modelling a grecian dress. Charcoal and watercolour. An illustration for an American fashion magazine. Dated June 16 – 77. Inscribed ‘Soc of I'(Society of Illustrators, New York) and ’10 mins’. Numbered ’11’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 23.75×19 inches.
    £300
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Barbara S.’ modelling a prairie dress: two poses. Charcoal. Circa 1970. Numbered ‘7’ and ‘8’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 25×19 inches.
    £300
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Alison Nord’ modelling a tie-knot dress at Society of Illustrators, New York. Pencil, brush and ink. Dated ‘June 16 – 77’. Inscribed ‘Soc of I’ (Society of Illustrators, New York); ’20 mins’. Numbered ‘9’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 23.75×19 inches.
    £400
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Bobbie S.’ modelling a floral dress. Pencil, brush and ink. Dated ‘June 9 – 77′. Inscribed ’20 mins’ and numbered ‘7’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 23.75×19 inches.
    £400
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Bobbie S’ modelling a dress with boots and jacket. Charcoal, brush and ink. Dated ‘aug 5 – 77’. Numbered ‘5’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 23.5×17.75 inches.
    £350
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Bobbie S.’ modelling a fringed pashmina, tunic blouse and trousers. Charcoal. Dated ‘June 9 – 77’. Numbered ‘4’. Inscribed ‘5 mins’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 24×19 inches.
    £400
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Bobbie S.’ modelling a peasant blouse and trousers: two poses. Charcoal. Dated ‘June 9 – 77’. Numbered ‘2’. Inscribed ‘5 mins’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 24×19 inches.
    £400
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Bobbie S.’ modelling a two-piece tunic dress with a turtle neck and boots. Charcoal. Dated ‘Sept 22-77’. Numbered ‘4’. Inscribed ‘5m’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso.
    £225
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Bobbie S.’ modelling a romantic peasant blouse. Charcoal. Dated ‘June 9-77’. Numbered ‘5’. Inscribed ’10 mins’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 23.75×19 inches.
    £250
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Bobbie’ modelling a belted jacket and beret. Pen and ink. Dated ‘aug 1st’ circa 1975. Numbered ‘1’. Inscribed ‘5 mins’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 23.75×19 inches.
    £250
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Bobbie’ modelling a belted jacket and palazzo trousers. Pen and watercolour. Dated ‘aug- 1st 77’. Numbered ‘2’. Inscribed ‘5 mins’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 24×16 inches.
    £150
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Bruce S’ modelling a bomber jacket with jeans. Pencil and gouache. Dated ‘april 3-81’. Numbered ‘3’. Illustrated ’15m’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 29.5×21.5 inches.
    £475
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Bruce’ modelling shearling biker jackets (two poses). Crayons. Circa 1975. Numbered ‘3’ and ‘4’. Inscribed ‘8 mins’ and ‘6 mins’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 29.5×21.5 inches.
    £375
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Diane’ modelling flares: two poses. Charcoal, brush and ink. Circa 1970. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 24×19 inches.
    £275
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘J.F’ modelling a safari shirt dress (2/2). Modelling a collared shift dress. Charcoal. Dated ‘aug 6-70’. Numbered ‘6’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 20×14 inches.
    £175
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Jo-anne’ modelling a cape and hot pants at the Society of Illustrators, New York. Charcoal, brush and ink. Dated stamped ‘Sep 16 1971’. Inscribed ‘S of I’ (Society of Illustrators, New York), ’10 mins’, numbered ’12’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 17×14 inches.
    £175
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Jo-anne’ modelling a cape and hot pants at the Society of Illustrators, New York. Charcoal, watercolour, brush and ink. Date stamped ‘Sep 20 1971’. Numbered ‘2’ and inscribed ‘8 mins’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 17×14 inches.
    £350
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Jo-anne’ modelling a cape and hot pants at the Society of Illustrators, New York. Charcoal, brush and ink. Dated stamped ‘Sep 16 1971’. Inscribed ‘S of I’ (Society of Illustrators, New York), ’10 mins’, numbered ‘7’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 17×14 inches.
    £175
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Jo-anne’ modelling a cape and hot pants at the Society of Illustrators, New York. Charcoal. Inscribed ‘S of I’ (Society of Illustrators, New York) ‘Ten Mins’, numbered ‘8’ and dated stamped ‘Sept 16 1971’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 17×14 inches.
    £150
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Jo-anne’ modelling a ruffle collared maxi dress with zig-zag print (two poses). Charcoal. Date stamped ‘Sep 17 1971’. Inscribed ‘5 mins’ and ‘4 mins’. Numbered ‘1’ and ‘2’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 17×14 inches.
    £225
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Jo-anne’ modelling a shirt dress (two poses). Charcoal and coloured pencil. Stamp dated ‘Sep 8 1971’. Numbered ‘3’ and ‘4’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 17×14 inches.
    £175
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Lisette’ modelling a jumpsuit. Charcoal. Circa 1975. Inscribed with charcoal notations. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 24×18.75 inches.
    £400
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Lucchi’ modelling a belted trench coat. Charcoal with pen and watercolour. Dated ‘Sept 3 – 71’. Numbered ‘7’ and ‘8’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 17×14 inches.
    £150
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Linda’ modelling a western shirt and boot cut trousers. Charcoal and fibre-tip pen. Dated ‘May 4 – 70’. Inscribed ‘5 mins’ and numbered ‘9’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 25×19 inches.
    £275
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Lucchi’ modelling a printed mini dress. Charcoal, pen and ink. Dated ‘Sep 3 – 71′. Numbered ’11’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 17×14 inches.
    £225
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Nancy North’ modelling a turban. Crayon on grey paper. Inscribed. Circa 1975. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 25×19 inches.
    £175
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Phil K.’ modelling shorts and a longsleeve polo. Crayon. Dated ‘Friday Dec 17 – 1976’. Numbered ‘2’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 24×19 inches.
    £225
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Randy’ modelling a rollneck (two poses). Charcoal and gouache. Dated ’12-1-68′. Inscribed ‘5 mins’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 25×19 inches.
    £275
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Randy’ modelling a white tee and trousers Charcoal and chalk. 15 m. Dated 12 -1- 68′. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. 25×19 inches.
    £375
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Robin Straud’ modelling a button-up and flared jeans. Pencil, chalk, and charcoal. Dated ‘Nov 13 – 76′. Inscribed ’15 mins’ and numbered ‘5’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 24×19 inches.
    £175
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    ‘Tom Jersey’ modelling bell-bottom jeans. Charcoal, brush and ink. Circa 1975. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 23.75×18 inches.
    £175
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Bora modelling a black dress with trim detail: two poses. Charcoal, brush and ink. Dated ‘June 9 – 71’ and numbered ‘3’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 25×19 inches.
    £300
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Earings and bracelet. Fibre-tip pen on pink paper. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 25.25×19 inches.
    £300
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Laura Downer modelling a button down skirt and blouse. Crayon. Inscribed, and ’10 mins’, ‘S of I’ (Society of Illustrators, New York), numbered ‘8’, and date stamped ‘Oct 7 1971’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 24×18 inches.
    £350
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Laura Downer modelling a button-up skirt, neckscarf, and floppy hat embroidered with a fleur-des-lis. Study of two hats. Fibre-tip pen on sketchbook paper. Circa 1971. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 24×18 inches.
    £350
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Lisette modelling a jumpsuit. Charcoal. Circa 1975. Inscribed ’10 m’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 24×18.75 inches.
    £300
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Lucchi modelling a sleeveless tunic, flares and belt. Fibre-tip pen and watercolour. Date stamped ‘Sep 5 1971’. Numbered ‘1’ and ‘2’. Inscribed ‘Osmiroid Pen’. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso. 17×14 inches.
    £150
  • Stonehouse M.B.E., Brian (1918 – 1998)
    Model playing the guitar in a striped shirt and hat. Charcoal, brush and ink on blue/grey paper. Circa 1970. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate.