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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.
22nd May 2021
This exhibition includes work from 1940 through the war years up until his departure for Greece in May 1946. These were the years of the dancer, the dreamer, and the shepherd in the landscape.
29th April 2021
This online catalogue covers two fairs in May 2021; the London Original Print Fair that annually takes place at the Royal Academy of Arts this year becomes London Original Print Week from 1-8 May. The second fair is an online fair of the International Fine Print Dealers Association from 14-28 May.
5th November 2020
Sean Henry’s sculptures continue to reach a wide audience, with solo exhibitions and installations in many locations, from Oslo to Yorkshire Sculpture Park and notably in 2017 at The Lightbox Gallery & Museum in Woking, the town where he was born.
5th June 2020
It is a year since our last Modern British exhibition, and no one could have predicted to what extent our lives would be changed in recent months. Like any other gallery we have had to quickly adapt to a new world, learn how to present our inventory in new and creative ways, and plan for better times.
21st April 2020
The Gallery has always specialised in British avant-garde prints, representing the Edward Wadsworth Estate and dealing in the prints of Nash, CRW Nevinson and William Roberts.