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Catalogue introduction: This summer’s Modern British exhibition will follow our usual pattern, opening at the gallery in June and then will partially transfer to the Masterpiece fair…
The Women who Shaped Modern Art in Britain tells the stories of determined women like Helen Sutherland, Margaret Gardiner, Myfanwy Piper and others, who helped to change the course of British art in the middle of the last century. 288pp.
The significant influence of the periodical Signature on fine art has long been overlooked. While few people nowadays will have read it, no journal has greater claim to have stimulated the taste that became British neo-romanticism in the mid-20th century. 208pp.
The story of Sybil Andrews and Cyril Power, two artists who changed each other in an age of experiment and turmoil. Signed copies available for £25 +p&p.
This catalogue was published to accompany the exhibition at Osborne Samuel gallery 24 September 10 October 2015. The catalogue illustrates over 40 works from our collection of…
A new catalogue to accompany the exhibition of a new body of work titled The Fire Paintings, 12 – 28 September 2018. 56pp with colour images throughout.
This catalogue was published for John Blackburn's 2016 Exhibition: Material Nature.
This is the first ever monograph on the work of the British artist John Blackburn (b.1932) 180pp with colour images throughout.
This catalogue accompanied the exhibition at Osborne Samuel Gallery in October 2016.
'About Women' is Dorothy Bohm's first book to focus exclusively on the subject of women. 152pp.
This catalogue was published to accompany the exhibition of Brendan Burns new paintings at Osborne Samuel Gallery. Exhibition dates 28 November – 20 December 2019. The catalogue includes an enlightening essay by Dr Ian Massey. 82pp.
This catalogue was published to accompany the 2015 exhibition of Brendan Stuart Burns new paintings at Osborne Samuel Gallery.