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This is the first Modern British catalogue from Osborne Samuel following the merger of Berkeley Square Gallery and Scolar Fine Art in June 2004. Exhibition dates: 26 October - 26 November 2005. 92pp.
Peter Osborne & Gordon Samuel combine their resources to make a Modern British survey catalogue, a selection of paintings and sculpture that span nearly a century. Exhibition dates: 25 March - 24 April 2004. 86pp.
British and German artists, from Gerhard Richter to Damien Hirst, have helped to define the last forty years of art. Starting with Zero and Pop, and ending with Sensation artists and Ultra-modernists, Art Works offers a unique, fully illustrated survey of contemporary art. 348pp.
This publication accompanies the exhibition of Lynn Chadwick works at Osborne Samuel Gallery from 25 September - 25 October 2019. 92 pages with colour plates of works included in the exhibition.
This highly readable book will appeal to anyone interested in Modern British art in general and post-war sculpture in particular
Catalogue for the successful Lynn Chadwick Centenary Tribute Exhibition held at Osborne Samuel Gallery 15 May – 28 June 2014
Lynn Chadwick Evolution in Sculpture was the first major solo show of the British sculptor Lynn Chadwick in a public gallery since 2004.
The catalogue includes a short essay by Peter Davies on the artist and his place amongst the great sculptors of the 20th century.
Catalogue from Osborne Samuel LLP exhibition ‘Lynn Chadwick’ 4 – 27 November 2004.
This illustrated catalogue raisonné of his sculpture is published in a revised and expanded edition which incorporates Chadwick’s complete sculptural oeuvre up to his death in 2003
Prunella Clough was one of the best and most original artists to emerge in the second half of the twentieth century.
Catalogue for the exhibition Prunella Clough: Unconsidered Wastelands at Osborne Samuel Gallery 16 April – 16 May 2015.