Viewing Room

Masterpiece Fair 2017

27th March 2017

Highlights from our selection for this year’s Masterpiece include an exceptionally rare Chadwick mobile, unseen since 1952, and two important pictures by Graham Sutherland

Sean Henry: Time Being

3rd November 2016

Click here for catalogue So much has been happening with Sean Henry since our last show at the gallery in 2012. In the last year alone, he has had solo shows in New York, Brussels and Bad Homburg, Germany, and Sean’s work has continued to evolve, both…

Sean Henry: The artist discusses his recent work

20th October 2016

So much has been happening with Sean Henry since his last show at Osborne Samuel Gallery in 2012. In the last year alone he has had solo exhibitions in New York, Brussels and Bad Homburg, Germany. Sean’s work has continued to evolve, both in scale and complexity, his working methods…

Erwin Blumenfeld: From Dada to Vogue

5th October 2016

CLICK HERE FOR CATALOGUE The remarkable life and career of Erwin Blumenfeld has been well documented. A pre-war visit to  New York established his reputation, once he returned in 1941 he rapidly became one of the best known and most creative fashion photographers anywhere in the world, creating iconic…

A Radical View: Avant-garde British Printmaking 1914-1964

6th May 2016

This exhibition has been curated quite specifically to show the diversity, originality and technical expertise evident in so much of 20th century British printmaking.

Sybil Andrews and the Grosvenor School Linocuts

24th September 2015

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.

Henry Moore Exhibition 2015

21st June 2015

We have had several Henry Moore exhibitions at the gallery but perhaps none quite so ambitious as this. Our last show was a memorable exhibition at Frieze Masters in London four years ago, and we now follow that with a show of rare and important small works, including some very significant new discoveries.

Prunella Clough: Unconsidered Wastelands

2nd May 2015

We are delighted to present this retrospective of works by Prunella Clough.  I first met her in the early 1970s when she was a regular visitor to the Redfern Gallery, where I worked

Henry Moore: Sculpture and Drawings, 2015

27th March 2015

The show covers Moore's entire career and including works from the collection of Moore's sister, Elizabeth Howarth, including this charming cast-iron head of Moore's nephew, Peter.