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Boned thicken thighs stuffed with wild garlic butter on bed of sweetheart cabbage

boned thicken thighs stuffed with wild garlic butter on bed of sweetheart cabbage

Simple, inexpensive and delicious. Anthony Sargeant cooked this for supper – no need for masses of ‘chefy’ accompanying bits and pieces – keep it simple at home and enjoy.

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‘The Reaper’ by William Strang, RA, (1859-1921) in the collection of Anthony J Sargeant

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‘The Reaper’ is an etching made by William Strang in the late 19th Century. It is one of some 25 etchings by Strang in the collection of Tony Sargeant. Most are in a portfolio and unframed although there is a famous portrait etching of Laurence Binyon which is framed and hangs in the stairwell of his Shropshire home.

Sir Frank Brangwyn, RA, RWS, RBA, framed etching – “Santa Maria della Salute (Venice)”, in the collection of Anthony J Sargeant

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Sir Frank William Brangwyn RA RWS RBA (12 May 1867 – 11 June 1956) was an Anglo-Welsh artist, painter, water colourist, engraver, illustrator and progressive designer. This etching sates from 1907. It was bought framed in a collection of other works including one by William Strang RA, and another Fine Art Society print, ‘Ivy’, a ‘Herkomergravure’ by Sir Hubert von Herkomer, CVO, RA,  by Tony Sargeant at auction.

Giuseppe Mazzolini 19th Century Oil on canvas in the collection of Anthony J Sargeant

Tony Sargeant bought this many years ago in a provincial auction. In an ornate carved giltwood frame it was titled – “Cherubs playing in a landscape”. It amused at the time – But What is going on? Thinking now of de-acquisitioning – perhaps through Bonhams.

via Giuseppe Mazzolini – 19th century Oil on Canvas in the collection of Anthony J Sargeant — TONY Anthony SARGEANT

Shorty the cat

Perched on the back of the sofa and looking very furry – this is Shorty. An ‘inheritance’ of Anthony J Sargeant from his daughter when she moved out from the family home into a flat and could not take ‘her’ pet with her. Thanks for that Lucy! But other parents will recognise the syndrome and sympathize. […]

via Cats – who understands them? — TONY Anthony SARGEANT