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7th November 2022
We are delighted to be part of the celebration of the centenary year of British painters Lucian Freud (1922-2011) and John Craxton (1922-2009), alongside exhibitions focussed on the former artist at the National Gallery and Freud Museum. Our exhibition brings together the illustrated letters by Freud to John Craxton during the 1940s, when their friendship was at its strongest.
5th October 2022
In the course of many exhibitions of post war British art curated at Osborne Samuel, one name would continually arise – that of Lilian Somerville.
10th September 2022
This catalogue serves to mark and celebrate John Blackburn's seventh exhibition at Osborne Samuel Gallery in the year of the artist's 90th birthday. Together with John we have chosen a collection of pictures which span his long career from the 1950's to the present day.
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.
26th January 2022
Our exhibition New Contemporaries & Modern British Art is now on display in the gallery until 18th February.
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.
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.
1st October 2021
It is hard to imagine now that I met Henry Moore some 40 years ago on my first visit to the Henry Moore Foundation.
24th June 2021
Last summer’s Modern British exhibition was a significant challenge with the various lock downs restricting access to the gallery. We have made a number of significant acquisitions since the beginning of 2020, and few of you will have been able to see them until now.