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4th November 2021
Follow the link to view installation photographs of our Henry Moore exhibition at the gallery until November 17th.
15th October 2021
Frieze Masters is now open – We are at booth E13 with an exhibition of works by Henry Moore. The fair is open until Sunday 17th October.
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.
1st October 2021
It is hard to imagine now that I met Henry Moore some 40 years ago on my first visit to the Henry Moore Foundation.
28th September 2021
The long awaited Henry Moore show opens at Frieze Masters and then transfers to the gallery, from 20 October to 17 November.
10th September 2021
We are now planning a busy Autumn schedule at the gallery. This TEFAF online experience is certainly worth a look, all the regular exhibitors have contributed wonderful objects from all eras.
10th August 2021
Peter Watson (1908-1956), the first owner of this study, was one of the most important cultural figures of the 1940’s and 1950’s.
28th June 2021
Including important early unique works by Armitage, Butler and Chadwick, all from the 1950s and 1960s, the golden era of British sculpture. Also paintings and works on paper by Andrews, Auerbach, Bomberg, Clough, Craxton, Heron, Hilton, Kinley, Moore, Perry, Power, Reynolds, Riley, Scott, Sutherland, Vaughan & Wadsworth. Further bronzes included…
24th June 2021
Last summer’s Modern British exhibition was a significant challenge with the various lock downs restricting access to the gallery. We have made a number of significant acquisitions since the beginning of 2020, and few of you will have been able to see them until now.
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.