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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.
21st May 2021
It is two years since our exhibition John Craxton in Greece: The Unseen Works. Everything in that revelatory survey dated from 1946 onwards, from when Craxton first went to Greece, finally settling in Chania on Crete. This current exhibition includes work from 1940 through the war years up until his…
30th April 2021
Prints have always been an integral part of our activities at Osborne Samuel gallery. Most of us at the gallery began our careers in the world of original prints and thus there has always been a passion for them at the gallery. This online catalogue covers two fairs in…
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.
14th April 2021
The gallery is now open as of 12th April. We’re very much looking forward to welcoming you back with an exciting exhibition schedule. At the gallery after Clough we move straight into the long awaited exhibition of John Craxton’s early work.
1st April 2021
Gordon Samuel and Gerard Hastings discuss works from Osborne Samuel Gallery's new Prunella Clough exhibition.
30th March 2021
Click here or the image above to view our Prunella Clough Interactive Catalogue…
30th March 2021
In April we are showing a wonderful collection of paintings and drawings by Prunella Clough. These range from early works associated with the Neo-Romantic movement to her more familiar industrial and urban landscapes to later more abstract works.
4th March 2021
Here we focus on two artists, William Greengrass and Edith Lawrence, who were both at the heart of the Grosvenor School movement.
26th January 2021
BRAFA in the Galleries runs from January 27-31 and we are featuring British paintings and works on paper by Auerbach and Kossoff, and sculpture by Butler, Chadwick and Moore. Contemporary sculpture by gallery artist Sean Henry and Korean artist Kwang Young Chun is included.