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Viewing Room - Video
Sybil & Cyril: Cutting Through Time
22nd November 2021
Jenny Uglow and Gordon Samuel discuss the lives and work of Sybil Andrews and Cyril Power.
Henry Moore: Space & Form
5th November 2021
An introduction to Henry Moore: Space & Form - the exhibition continues at the gallery until 17 November 2021.
Henry Moore: Space & Form at Frieze Masters
14th October 2021
An introduction to Henry Moore: Space & Form at Frieze Masters. The exhibition opens at Frieze Masters and then transfers to the gallery from 20th October.
Prunella Clough: …have to keep pushing stones up hills!
1st April 2021
Gordon Samuel and Gerard Hastings discuss works from Osborne Samuel Gallery's new Prunella Clough exhibition.
Lynn Chadwick – Teddy Boy & Girl 1955 (Second Version 1974)
25th January 2021
Tania Sutton, Director of Osborne Samuel Gallery, discusses Teddy Boy & Girl 1955 (Second Version 1974) by Lynn Chadwick.
Osborne Samuel Gallery at London Art Fair Online 2021
24th January 2021
Director Gordon Samuel presents Osborne Samuel Gallery's selection for London Art Fair Online.
Keith Vaughan – An Orchard by the Railway
15th January 2021
Gordon Samuel, Director of Osborne Samuel Gallery, talks about 'An Orchard by the Railway' by Keith Vaughan.
John Craxton – Head of a Young Man
12th January 2021
Gordon Samuel, Director of Osborne Samuel Gallery, talks about ‘Head of a Young Man’ by John Craxton.
Exhibition Video – Sean Henry: Waiting For The Sun
10th November 2020
An introduction to Sean Henry’s solo exhibition of sculptures and drawings ‘WAITING FOR THE SUN’ now installed at Osborne Samuel Gallery, 23 Dering Street, Mayfair, London W1. The exhibition runs until December 23rd 2020, and is due to re-open to the public on December 3rd.
Henry Moore, Reclining Figure: Holes
4th September 2020
Cast in bronze, in 1975, Maquette for Reclining Figure: Holes is a tactile, enigmatic form. From the front it rests languorously, space entering the composition through voids where limbs arch and touch. Reversed, the salient feature is the curve Moore anticipated so keenly. …