Array of art set to go under the hammer at Norwich auction

The Norfolk Contemporary Art Society (NCAS) Biennial Charity Art Auction will take place at Norwich’

The Norfolk Contemporary Art Society (NCAS) Biennial Charity Art Auction will take place at Norwichs City Hall on Friday, November 24. Pictured is a work by Maggi Hambling which will be for sale. Photo: supplied by NCAS - Credit: supplied by NCAS

An array of art will be going under the hammer in an auction celebrating the contemporary art scene in Norfolk.

The Norfolk Contemporary Art Society (NCAS) Biennial Charity Art Auction will take place at Norwich�

The Norfolk Contemporary Art Society (NCAS) Biennial Charity Art Auction will take place at Norwich�s City Hall on Friday, November 24. Pictured is a work by Sarah Cannell which will be for sale. Photo: supplied by NCAS - Credit: supplied by NCAS

Figurative and abstract paintings, drawings and sculpture will all be on offer as part of the Norfolk Contemporary Art Society (NCAS) Biennial Charity Art Auction which will take place at Norwich's City Hall on Friday.

More than 120 pieces will be auctioned off. Highlights include one of Maggi Hambling's famous wave paintings, sculptures by Neal French and Bob Catchpole, a photograph by Eamonn McCabe and original Disney cartoon drawings.

All proceeds will go towards promoting contemporary art across the region. A tour of the gallery at Rome's Palazzo Doria Pamphilj by Prince Jonathan Doria Pamphilj for up to six people is also being auctioned.

Viewing starts in the council chamber from 6.30pm on Friday, and the auction will start at 7.30pm. For more details, visit www.n-cas.org.uk


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