Viewing Room

Modern British Art 2020

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.

Mine Crater (Hill 60) and After a Push: Impressions of War and Peace

26th May 2020

Amy Tibble discusses Paul Nash’s Mine Crater (Hill 60) and CRW Nevinson’s After a Push…

Nash & Nevinson: Impressions of War and Peace – Virtual Tour

22nd May 2020

Discover the CRW Nevinson and Nash Virtual Tour at the gallery, Osborne Samuel, 23 Dering Street, London

CRW Nevinson, Returning to the Trenches in ‘Nash & Nevinson: Impressions of War & Peace’

22nd May 2020

Gordon Samuel, Director of Osborne Samuel Gallery, talks about the icon print, 'Returning to the Trenches', part of the exhibition 'Nash & Nevinson: Impressions of War & Peace'

Nash & Nevinson Exhibition Newsletter

29th April 2020

Our major Spring exhibition, Nash and Nevinson: Impressions of War and Peace, was scheduled to open in the gallery on April 15th and was also due to be a main feature on our stand at the LOPF at the RA in early May……

Paul Nash, Men Marching at Night

29th April 2020

Amy Tibble discusses the rare print, Paul Nash’s Men Marching at Night, part of the exhibition ‘Nash & Nevinson: Impressions of War & Peace’…

Nash and Nevinson: Impressions of War and Peace – Exhibition Catalogue

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.

Staff Feature: Brassai’s Fille de Joie, Quartier d’Italie, 1932

20th April 2020

This week Amy Tibble has chosen Brassai’s Fille de Joie, Quartier d’Italie, 1932. Given the name, ‘The Eye of Paris’, by Picasso and writer, Henry Miller, Brassai was fascinated with capturing the gritty underbelly of Paris.

London Original Print Fair Cancelled

1st April 2020

Look out for a special online art fair at the end of April which will be launched by the London Original Print Fair