Macmillan De'Longhi Art Auction
for Macmillan Cancer Support

29 Sept 2009

For the past two years Macmillan and De'Longhi have joined forces to host the hugely successful Macmillan De’Longhi Art Auction raising a phenomenal £300,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support.

The 2009 event will mark the third year of the auction, and it is once again set to be one of Macmillan’s most successful special events, as well as a hotly anticipated date on London's social calendar.
Held at The Avenue on St James's, the aim of the auction is to raise crucial funds and awareness of Macmillan as a source of support for change. This year there are a number of outstanding pieces up for auction including works from Gavin Turk, Sir Peter Blake, Mary McCartney, Sacha Jafri, Alison Jackson, Maggi Hambling and Sam Taylor-Wood.

There is limited space at the auction but if you would like to attend you can register for a ticket by contacting Gael Lucas on 020 7343 3120 or email

Auction catalogue
You can download and browse through the auction catalogue [PDF, 2.5mb] to view all the art works.

Absentee Bidders
If you are unable to attend the event but would like to bid for any of the art works, please fill out the Absentee bidder form [Word, 900kb] and return it to Rebecca Macklin at Macmillan Cancer Support, Special Events, 89 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7UQ or email For further details please call 020 7840 4800.
In the event of tied bids, priority will be given to the first received. Absentee bids can be accepted up until the time of the sale, but we would advise submitting them at your earliest convenience.
For more information, or to be added to the event mailing list, please contact the London Events office on 020 7840 4800 or email
To find out more about De'Longhi visit and

Deborah Allan, Jonathan Burton, Toby Clarke, Flora Fairbairn, Mark Hix, Dylan Jones, Gael Lucas, Rebecca Macklin, Kate Meuli, Anne-Alexis Moody, Mel Morton, Tom Parker-Bowles, Jackie Quilter, Elizabeth Rhodes, Cristina Ruiz, Simon Rumley, Jennie See, Gavin Turk, Jonathan Zlotolow.



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