Philip Mould & Company sold Oswald Birley's Portrait of a Nurse (Margaret Elizabeth Barrett, 1921) for £65,000. Philip Mould & Company originally bought online, sight unseen, and says it was pleased to be offering it at Masterpiece "during a time when healthcare workers are rightly being heralded for their immensely important work". Courtesy of Philip Mould & Company

Piano Nobile has sold Walter Sickert's The Studio (1906) for £350,000 to a "great European collector who comes to Masterpiece London every year". Courtesy of Piano Nobile

Piano Nobile has also sold William Crozier's Road to Chartres II (1967) for £130,000 to a UK collector. The gallery is now open by appointment and so, its director Matthew Travers says, " everything can—and some have been—viewed in the flesh." Courtesy of Piano Nobile

This George IV rosewood table with an Italian specimen marble top, dating to 1820, was sold by Thomas Coulborn & Son for £75,000 Courtesy of Thomas Coulborn & Son

This pair of Chinese Export reverse mirror paintings (1750), painted on glass, were sold by Thomas Coulborn & Son for £24,000 Courtesy of Thomas Coulborn & Son

This Grand Tour alabaster architectural model of the Temple of Hercules Victor (1810) was based on the original temple located on Via Lungotevere in Rome. It was also sold from Masterpiece Online by Thomas Coulborn & Sons, for £40,000. Courtesy of Thomas Coulborn & Son

A Regency Novelty Nutcracker Carved as a Crocodile (1820) carved from boxwood from Thomas Coulborn & Son was snapped up by a private collector for £2,750 Courtesy of Thomas Coulborn & Son

This drop leaf occasional table, dating to 1640 and made from ash and oak, was sold by Robert Young Antiques to a private collector for £4,500 Courtesy of Robert Young Antiques

An oil on aluminium by Keith Tyson, titled Suspended Animation (Cyborg, 2019) was sold by Hauser & Wirth for £75,000 © Keith Tyson. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Todd-White Art Photography

A Tuscan neo-classical commode, probably Sienese, with original portor marble top, dating to around 1790, was sold by James Graham-Stewart to a private collector in the US for £38,000 Courtesy of James Graham-Stewart

Hauser & Wirth sold Phyllida Barlow's sculpture Untitled: attic 2 (2019) for £80,000 to a major private collection in Australia © Phyllida Barlow. Courtesy of the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Alex Delfanne

This Corinthian bronze helmet (circa 6th century BC) was sold to a British collector for £56,000 by Art Ancient Courtesy of ArtAncient

Green Mist (2020) and Blue Mist (2020), two porcelain vases with a silver mist over-glaze by the Japanese artist Takahiro Kondo, both sold by Adrian Sassoon for £8,000 each Courtesy of Adrian Sassoon

A George III cut glass chandelier attributed to Moses Lafount (around 1780) was sold by Apter-Fredericks for around £100,000 to a private collector in the UK Courtesy of Apter-Fredericks Ltd

Pieter Pourbus's Portrait of Alexander Farnese (around 1580) was sold by Imperial Art for around £15,000 to a French collector Courtesy of Imperial Art

George Nakashima's Lounge Chair (1960) made from American walnut and with its original canvas, was sold by Morentz for £84,000 to a European private collection Courtesy of Morentz

Here's what has sold so far from Masterpiece London Online

From a portrait of a nurse to a £100,000 chandelier, collectors from as far afield as Australia have been buying via the digital version of the fair which was due to run this week

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Keith Tyson, Suspended Animation (Cyborg) (2019) © Keith Tyson. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Todd-White Art Photography

Keith Tyson, Suspended Animation (Cyborg) (2019) © Keith Tyson. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Todd-White Art Photography

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