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Lucian Freud Exhibition Newsletter

11th November 2022

Lucian Freud: Illustrated letters to John Craxton. With a selected group of early drawings by Lucian Freud and works by John Craxton.

October Newsletter

25th October 2022

We announce with great sadness that John Blackburn has died at the age of 90.

Frieze Masters Newsletter

8th October 2022

The next edition of the Fair returns to Regent’s Park from 12 – 16 October, alongside Frieze Sculpture.

British Art Fair Newsletter

27th September 2022

Founded in 1988, British Art Fair is the only fair dedicated to Modern and Contemporary British Art. Britain’s leading dealers exhibit paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures covering all the important artistic movements of the past 100 years: from the early modernists to the YBAs to contemporary art. The fair is…

John Blackburn Exhibition Newsletter

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.

Director’s Choice by Matthew Bradbury

17th August 2022

What better painting to highlight from the McDowall Collection at this time of year than August Image by Alan Reynolds.

Masterpiece London Newsletter

1st July 2022

Masterpiece London is the unmissable art fair where visitors can view and buy the finest works of art, design, furniture and jewellery – from antiquity to the present day.

Modern British Art Newsletter

10th June 2022

As ever our group of sculptures is diverse and of particular interest note the extremely rare Moore Mother and Child on Ladderback Chair and a large Family Group originally acquired from Moore by Sir Kenneth Clark.

London Original Print Fair Newsletter

24th May 2022

The London Original Print Fair, founded in 1985 at the Royal Academy of Arts, will this year be held at Somerset House for its 37th edition.

London Art Fair Newsletter

13th April 2022

The London Art Fair returns at last to the Business Design Centre, and the gallery will be exhibiting a group of new modern British acquisitions alongside contemporary works by gallery artists.