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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.
1st December 2019
The gallery has dealt in photography for many years and here is a selection of available works by a range of our favourite different photographers. In some cases other works are available by the artists and all biographical details are on our website.
28th November 2019
We continue to successfully exhibit Burns’ work at various art fairs – the London Art Fair, Masterpiece, The British Art Fair and Art Miami; all have brought new admirers and collectors from all over the world.
5th June 2019
This is the fourth major exhibition of Keith Vaughan at Osborne Samuel, one of the most outstanding painters of his generation and one with whose work we have a particular association.
10th May 2019
This exhibition has had a very lengthy gestation period and at long last we are delighted to be collaborating on this exhibition with John Craxton’s two trustees, Richard Riley, his partner since the early 1970s, and John Craxton’s friend and biographer Ian Collins.
8th May 2019
Our annual Modern British exhibitions give us a welcome opportunity to show our new acquisitions and to announce our programme for the rest of the year.
30th March 2019
View our 2019 Lynn Chadwick exhibition catalogue featuring 90 illustrated pages and essay by Judith LeGrove
12th September 2018
We are delighted to show John Blackburn for his sixth exhibition at Osborne Samuel. It seems a long time ago that I first saw John’s work on a cold and snowy January in 2005.
13th July 2018
The last twelve months have been eventful for the gallery, with the move to Dering St. We have now been here nearly a year and on the whole we are very pleased with the new space, different to Bruton St but cleverly designed, very flexible and big enough for us to carry on our exhibition programme as before.