Waterstones and Lund Humphries are delighted to announce the first in a series of Salon events celebrating 75 years of art book publishing. Michael Bird discusses his new book on Lynn Chadwick with Peter Osborne, director of Osborne Samuel Gallery, where a major exhibition celebrating Chadwick’s centenary runs from 15 May-28 June. They will revisit the 1950s’ art scene, when Chadwick became the first young British sculptor to find international fame. The Festival of Britain, Austerity, Cold War – it was an era of huge changes and challenges, captured by the new spirit in British sculpture, and nowhere more potently than in the art of Lynn Chadwick.
Thursday, 22 May 2014, 6:30pm
This event is free but please reserve your seat by email firstname.lastname@example.org
OSBORNE SAMUEL GALLERY is one of London’s leading galleries, long established in the heart of Mayfair. The gallery began as Berkeley Square Gallery and became Osborne Samuel when Peter Osborne and Gordon Samuel joined forces. The gallery specialises in Modern British Painting and Sculpture and has a high reputation for the quality of its exhibitions and publications. Expand...
The gallery has particular expertise in the work of Henry Moore and Lynn Chadwick and also exhibits the most important British sculptors such as Barbara Hepworth, Kenneth Armitage and Elisabeth Frink.
The gallery is the leading international dealer in the colour linocuts of the artists of The Grosvenor School of Modern Art. The gallery also has a substantial inventory of Modern and Contemporary Prints including Auerbach, Freud, Francis, Nevinson and Wadsworth.
Osborne Samuel has pioneered art from emerging markets, notably Indian contemporary art with exhibitions of major Modernists such as SH Raza and the best of the next generation. Recently the gallery has brought Iranian contemporary art to London with great success.
The gallery exhibits at the world’s major art fairs including TEFAF Maastricht, Masterpiece London, Frieze Masters and Art Miami. Close...
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