The idea came from Sir Isaac Baxter who has since childhood collected a
wide range of different art pieces and stored them in is home. With his
eccentric style and passion for the arts, his love for collecting
painting quickly turned into a very profitable business. However, for
Sir Baxter it has never been about the monetary value the pieces.
Instead he focuses on the joy and pure passion such masterpieces give
off when viewing and studying them.
Sir Baxter therefore created Virtu-Art, an online art-gallery platform where other like minded individuals can view as well as purchase or trade pieces from his extensive and world-renowned collection located at the Baxter manor.
“If one can find inspiration and happiness through art, the piece is priceless.”
- Sir Isaac Baxter
Welcome to the Online Gallery of Sir Isaac Baxter. The pieces you see to the left are currently up for sale. Sir Baxter will also look at trading pieces if an understanding can be reached. Please have a look and contact us should you wish to make a purhace or if you'd like to arrange a viewing.
Eugène Delacroix, Women of Algiers in their Apartment, 1834, Oil on
canvas, 180 × 229cm
Govert Flinck, Landscape with Obelist, 1638, Oil on wood, 54.5 ×
Vincent van Gogh, Scheveningen in Stormy Weather, 1882, Oil on
canvas, 34.5 × 51cm
Claude Monet, Charing Cross Bridge, 1834, Oil on canvas, 66 × 93cm
Paul Cézanne, Mont Sainte-Victoire with Large Pine, 1887, Oil on
canvas, 67 × 92cm
Caravaggio, Basket of Fruit, 1595-96, Oil on canvas, 46 × 64.5cm
Pablo Picasso, Nature morte au compotier, 1914-15, Oil on canvas,
63.5 × 78.7cm
Rembrandt, Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp, 1632, Oil on canvas,
216.5 × 169.5cm
Jean Metzinger, Paysage (Landscape), 1912, Oil on canvas, 59.2 ×
Fernand Léger, The City (La ville), 1919, Oil on canvas, 231.1 ×
Below is a collection of Sir Baxter's favourites pieces and are not currently for sale.