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Viewing Room - Exhibition News
3rd September 2022
We are delighted to present John Blackburn’s seventh exhibition at Osborne Samuel Gallery, in a show that serves to mark and celebrate the artist’s 90th birthday.
9th June 2022
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 in Chelsea. Our Modern British collection has many highlights and is built around some wonderful pictures and sculptures from three private collections, all not seen publicly for a very long time.
25th March 2022
Balraj Khanna: Born in India Made in England exhibition in the gallery 31st March - 14th April 2022.
25th March 2022
Artist, author and critic Balraj Khanna first came to London in 1962 and alongside FN Souza and Avinash Chandra and others was part of a group of influential and acclaimed Indian artists living in London.
26th January 2022
Our exhibition New Contemporaries & Modern British Art is now on display in the gallery until 18th February.
21st January 2022
Highlights include new work by John Blackburn, Brendan Burns, Melanie Comber & Sean Henry. This year we have two new additions to our roster of artists; John Bartlett & Keith Grant will be exhibiting with us for the first time.
8th December 2021
Tim Flach: Birds exhibition and book launch until December 23rd.
29th November 2021
Tim Flach's intention for this project is to explore the beauty and wonderment of birds by depicting them in a series of portraits, abstract and in flight.
16th November 2021
Osborne Samuel Gallery presents a long awaited exhibition of linocuts, drawings and designs by Sybil Andrews and Cyril Power.
14th November 2021
We are very pleased to announce a special exhibition of linocuts, drawings, monotypes and poster designs by Sybil Andrews (1898-1992) and Cyril Power (1872-1951) to launch a new book titled Sybil and Cyril: Cutting Through Time by Jenny Uglow.