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The ‘love all’ Charity Auction

Today sees the launch of the ‘love all’ Charity Auction, raising money that will help to deliver community tennis programmes for disadvantaged children in the UK and support vital international cancer research, care and screening. It’s an absolute privilege to have created two very special pieces for the auction; ‘Heart of Murray’ and ‘Naomi & The Butterfly’.

The timed auction runs from 4th November, through to the 21st November, so be sure to get your bids in, before the auction closes.

Lot 50: ‘Heart of Murray’

Auction House Description:

Ben Mosley: Heart of Murray large scale, mixed media artwork, celebrating Andy Murray’s Wimbledon men’s singles titles in 2013 & 2016. This has been signed by the artist and by Andy Murray

A stunning, original, large scale, mixed media artwork, featuring 24 karat gold and Palladium leaf, by Ben Mosley, artist in residence for Wembley Stadium and Team GB Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

We are delighted to present this exclusive and very special item of tennis memorabilia and a truly outstanding artwork, re-living those historic moments in British tennis history.

Heart of Murray celebrates multiple Grand Slam champion & double Olympic gold medallist, Andy Murray winning the Wimbledon men’s singles title in 2013 & 2016.

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Lot 79: ‘Naomi & The Butterfly’

Auction House Description:

Ben Mosley: Naomi & The Butterfly original, mixed media, artwork celebrating an iconic moment at the Australian Open 2021; signed by Naomi Osaka multiple Grand Slam Tennis Champion

We are honoured to present this truly remarkable, mixed media artwork by expressionist artist, Ben Mosley, capturing that iconic moment when a butterfly rested upon Naomi Osaka at the Australian Open 2021.

Naomi went on to claim the Grand Slam title. This artwork represents a special moment in time that is beautifully portrayed by Ben Mosley and signed by Naomi Osaka in LA, courtesy of Cadogan Tate, not only as an extraordinary item of tennis memorabilia, but also a stunning original artwork.

One of the most explosive and influential tennis players of all-time, Naomi is the first Asian player to hold #1 ranking in singles and the first Japanese player to win a Grand Slam. Her extraordinary tennis triumphs combined with her off-court activism make her one of the biggest global names in sport. Naomi Osaka was the face of the Tokyo 2020 Games and had the highest honour of being the final torch bearer and lighting the Olympic cauldron.

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Lot 131: ‘Emma Raducanu Rocket Girl’

Auction House Description:

Ben Mosley – Emma Raducanu Rocket Girl, original, mixed media artwork, celebrating the iconic moment when she lifted the 2021 US Open trophy

We are delighted to present our truly sensational, final lot; an original, mixed media painting by artist Ben Mosley, celebrating the incredible moments at Flushing Meadow when Emma Raducanu stunned the tennis world to become US Open Champion.

At 18 years of age and having just received her A Level results, Emma started the Summer season ranked #366 in the world and #12 in Britain. It truly was a fairy tale in New York, as she battled through 3 qualifying rounds and 7 main draw matches, to become the youngest Grand Slam champion since Maria Sharapova in 2004.

Not only is she the first British woman to win a Grand Slam title, since Virginia Wade won Wimbledon in 1977, Emma is also the first qualifier, man or woman, to win a Grand Slam singles title.

Quote from the artist Ben Mosley “It’s been a pleasure and an honour to create a painting of Emma Raducanu celebrating her US Open triumph. Every so often someone really special comes along to inspire and achieve great things and Emma certainly did that in abundance. The painting celebrates her special moment holding the trophy and I wanted to capture the colour and energy of that moment in my work. She has proved that she is a champion of quality and to go and win the title without dropping a set was an unbelievable achievement. I hope she continues to go from strength to strength and this is the first of many titles for her.

“I called the painting of Emma “Rocket Girl” because she is vibrant, talented and she stormed her way to the US Open title with such style not dropping a set along the way. She rocketed her way to the world number 23 in mesmerising fashion leaving not only the tennis world in awe of her but the whole sporting world admiring her wonderful achievement.”

As this remarkable year for British tennis draws to a close, we are honoured to present Ben Mosley’s original, deep edged canvas, mixed media artwork, including 24 karat gold and Palladium leaf, entitled Emma Raducanu – Rocket Girl.

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