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Aktis Gallery
10 - 11 Park Place, London, SW1A 1LP
Aktis Gallery is dedicated to modern art, in particular the émigré art of 20th century Paris. We are one of the leading specialists in the post-war lyrical abstraction movement, focusing on the internationally renowned Chinese émigré artists Zao Wou-Ki and Chu Teh-Chun (as well as the contemporary Chinese émigré Gao Xingjian), Russian lyrical abstractionists such as André Lanskoy and Serge Poliakoff and European artists from this movement including Georges Mathieu, Otto Freundlich, Geer van Velde, Bram van Velde and André Marfaing. The gallery is also dedicated to the first wave of Parisian émigration, with European and Russian artists such as Leopold Survage, Marc Chagall, Marie Vassilieff and Pascin, and the Japanese artist Foujita, all of whom are considered the leading artists of les Années folles (the Golden Years) of 1920s Montparnasse, Paris. We also specialise in the work of the Russian non-conformist artists Vladimir Yankilevsky, Oscar Rabin, Boris Sveshnikov, Oleg Tselkov, Dmitry Krasnopevtcev, Grisha Bruskin and Vladimir Yakovlev. As a complement to this world-class portfolio of modern painters, the gallery promotes the work of a growing number of sculptors, including the leading surrealist sculptor Agustin Cárdenas from Cuba and the contemporary Chinese sculptor Wang Keping, both of whom also émigrated to Paris. Situated in St. James’s, at the heart of the London art-world, Aktis Gallery has established itself as a leading destination for museum quality exhibitions. Indeed, in 2010 we organised Vladimir Yankilevsky’s first retrospective in the UK which included major loans from the Musée National d'Art Moderne at the Pompidou Centre, Paris and the Bochum Museum, Germany. In 2011, our Russian non-conformist Squaring the Circle exhibition was featured on the BBC Review Show. As a member of the esteemed Society of London Art Dealers (SLAD), we also participate in London Art Week and Asian Art in London, holding special events and talks throughout. The gallery is proud to be host to a diverse programme of press conferences, concerts, film screenings and thematic discussions related to the works of art on display. List of Artists Represented Alexandre BENOIS Pierre BONNARD Victor BRAUNER Grisha BRUSKIN Alexander CALDER Agustin CARDENAS Marc CHAGALL Serge CHARCHOUNE CHU Teh-Chun Andre DERAIN Pierre DMITRIENKO Mstislav DOBUZHINSKY El Lissitzky Maurice ESTEVE Otto FREUNDLICH GAO Xingjian Alexander IACOVLEFF Dmitry KRASNOPEVTSEV Pinchus KREMEGNE Valentina KROPIVNITSKAYA Andre LANSKOY Le Corbusier Andre MARFAING Jules PASCIN Serge POLIAKOFF Oscar RABIN Igor SHELKOVSKY Leopold SURVAGE Boris SVESHNIKOV Oleg TSELKOV Leon TUTUNDJAN Geer VAN VELDE Marie VASSILIEFF Vladimir YAKOVLEV Vladimir YANKILEVSKSY ZAO Wou-Ki
Alan Cristea Gallery
31 & 34 Cork Street, London, W1S 3NU, England
Anni Albers, Josef Albers, Gillian Ayres, Peter Blake, Georges Braque, Patrick Caulfield, Gordon Cheung, Michael Craig-Martin, Ian Davenport, Jan Dibbets, Jim Dine, Sam Francis, Naum Gabo, Richard Hamilton, David Hockney, Howard Hodgkin, Allen Jones, Langlands & Bell, Fernand Léger, Sol LeWitt, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Mangold, Henri Matisse, Ian McKeever, Lisa Milroy, Joan Miro, Robert Motherwell, Bruce Nauman, Ben Nicholson, Julian Opie, Mimmo Paladino, Pablo Picasso, Boo Ritson, Paul Schutze, Sean Scully, Frank Stella, Antoni TÃpies, Joe Tilson, Andy Warhol, Catherine Yass.
Alon Zakaim Fine Art
5-7 Dover St, London, W1S 4LD, UK
Agar, Eileen Agius, Lorenzo Archipenko, Alexander Argov, Michael Arman, Pierre Auerbach, Frank Berkes, Antal Bigari, Vittorio Maria Bigas, Eduard Boldini, (Attributed to) Giovanni Boudin, Eugene Brangwyn, Sir Frank William Breenbergh, Bartholomeus Breuer-Weil, David Brinkworth, Kate Burgess, Andy Caillebotte, Gustave Cariot, Gustave Carrier-Belleuse, Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse, Louis-Robert Carrier-Belleuse, Pierre Cavailles, Jules Chabas, Maurice Chadwick, Lynn Chagall, Marc Charreton, Victor Chiparus, Demeter Clausen, Sir George Clement, Etienne Colle, Michel-Auguste Colson, Guillaume-Francois Dali, Salvador Dargelas, Andre-Henri Decoen, Jean Degas, Edgar Delpy, Hippolyte-Camille Diaz de la Pena, Narcisse Virgilio Dong Yoo, Kim Dufy, Raoul Dyf, Marcel Enjolras, Delphin Falero, Luis Ricardo Fantin-Latour (nee Dubourg), Victoria Forain, Jean-Louis Fox, Ivor Friesz, Emile Othon Gérard, Théodore Goeneutte, Norbert Guillaumin, Armand Gérôme, Jean-Léon Hacker, Arthur Harding, James Duffield Hassam, Childe Hayden, Henri Hayet, Louis Helholz-Or, Menachem Herbin, Auguste Hoschedé-Monet, Blanche Jonghe, Gustave de Kadishman, Menashe Kennedy, Cecil Kim, Sung Jin Kissling, Eugène Kristo, Bela de Kádár, Béla La Thangue, Henry Herbert La Touche, Gaston Lacroix de Marseille, Charles-François Lambert, André Lanskoy, Andre Lapicque, Charles Lebasque, Henri Leger, Fernand Lempicka, Tamara de Leroux, Auguste Levis, Maurice Lipchitz, Jacques Loir, Luigi Loiseau, Gustave Loxton Peacock, Clarisse Luce, Maximilien Malfroy, Henry Manguin, Henri Manzù, Giacomo Marc, Robert Martin-Ferrières, Jacques Martin, Henri Maufra, Maxime McDermott, Dan Minaux, André Modigliani, (After) Amedeo Monet, Claude Monticelli, Adolphe Joseph Thomas Morris, Sir Cedric Mostyn, Tom Navlet, Victor and Joseph O'Neill, Terry O'Conor, Roderic Petley, Roy Pizzella, Edmund Pritchett, Edward Quittner, Rudolf Quizet, Alphonse Léon Reggianini, Vittorio Renoir, Pierre-Auguste Rodin, Auguste Rysselberghe, Théo van Schecroun, Jean-Pierre Sculptures, A Selection of Segonzac, Andre Dunoyer de Sisley, Alfred Smith, Chris Soulacroix, Charles Joseph Frederic Souverbie, Jean Stevens, Alfred Terzian, Georges Thorburn, Will Tintoretto, (Follower of) Domenico Turner, Joseph Mallord William Unterberger, Franz Richard Utrillo, Maurice Valensi, Henry Valmier, Georges Valtat, Louis van Dongen, Kees van Schendel, Petrus Vanstone, Paul Venard, Claude Vlaminck, Maurice de Wexler, Jacob Yvaral, Jean Pierre Zandomeneghi, Federico Zadkine, Ossip
Andrew Clayton-Payne
16 Savile Row, London, W1S 3PL, England
JMW Turner John Constable Thomas Gainsborough William Blake John Ruskin Richard Parkes Bonington Sir Thomas Lawrence John Sell Cotman Henry Fuseli Richard Dadd Thomas Girtin Samuel Palmer Francis Towne John Robert Cozens Dante Gabriel Rossetti Edward Burne-Jones David Roberts John Frederick Lewis
Annabel Thomas Fine Art
12 Upper Grosvenor Street, London, W1K 2ND, UK
Artists Represented: Robert Adams Frank Auerbach Francis Bacon Edward Bawden Peter Blake Sandra Blow Gerald Brockhurst Alexander Calder Patrick Caulfield Alan Davie Frank Dobson Jean Dubuffet Richard Eurich Lucian Freud Terry Frost John Gibson Eric Gill Antony Gormley Barbara Hepworth Roger Hilton Charles Sargent Jagger Naum Gabo Anish Kapoor Anselm Keifer Leon Kossoff Gerald Laing L S Lowry Henry Moore William Nicholson William Orpen Samuel Palmer Grayson Perry Marc Quinn Eric Ravilious Gerhard Richter Jenny Saville William Scott Sean Scully Walter Richard Sickert Stanley Spencer Graham Sutherland William Turnbull Keith Tyson Andy Warhol Ai Wei Wei Christopher Wood Francesca Woodman Liu Xiaodong
Annely Juda Fine Art
23 Dering Street, London, W1S 1AW, England/United Kingdom
ROGER ACKLING ANTHONY CARO ALAN CHARLTON EDUARDO CHILLIDA CHRISTO & JEANNE-CLAUDE LESLEY FOXCROFT GLORIA FRIEDMANN KATSURA FUNAKOSHI STEFAN GEC PHILIPP GOLDBACH ALAN GREEN NIGEL HALL WERNER HAYPETER DAVID HOCKNEY SIGRID HOLMWOOD MALCOLM HUGHES DUAN JIANYU PETER KALKHOF TADASHI KAWAMATA LEON KOSSOFF DARREN LAGO EDWINA LEAPMAN CATHERINE LEE MICHAEL MICHAELEDES JOHN McLAUGHLIN FRANCOIS MORELLET DAVID NASH SARAH OPPENHEIMER ALAN REYNOLDS YUKO SHIRAISHI JÁNOS SUGÁR SUZANNE TREISTER GRAHAM WILLIAMS ESTATE OF PRUNELLA CLOUGH ESTATE OF NAUM GABO ESTATE OF KENNETH & MARY MARTIN ESTATE OF VORDEMBERGE-GILDEWART ANNELY JUDA FINE ART ALSO SHOWS WORKS OF THE EARLY 20TH CENTURY AVANT-GARDE BAUHAUS, DE STIJL AND RUSSIAN CONSTRUCTIVISM.
Anthony Mould Ltd
21 Bruton Street, London, W1J 6QD, England/United Kingdom
Beetles + Huxley
3 - 5 Swallow Street, London, W1B 4DE
BEETLES+ HUXLEY, London, is a gallery that specialises in Photographs by some of the leading masters of the 20th and 21st centuries. The gallery represents many international artists and estates, and holds up to 15 exhibitions per year.
Ben Elwes Fine Art
45 Maddox Street, London, W1S 2PE, England/United Kingdom
William Ashford, Canaletto, Francis Cotes, John Constable, Robert Crone, Jacques-Louis David, Paul Jean Flandrin, Alberto Giacometti, Thomas Gainsborough, Francesco Guardi, Thomas Jones, Thomas Lawrence, Ben Nicholson, Joshua Reynolds, Hubert Robert, George Romney, George Stubbs, François André Vincent, Benjamin West, David Wilkie
Ben Brown Fine Arts
52 Brook's Mews, London, W1K 4EE, England/United Kingdom
Ben Brown began his career at Sotheby's, where he spent 10 years in the Contemporary Art department, reaching the level of director. During his time there he pioneered the now well-respected Italian Sale, and his particular interest in the subject led Brown to concentrate on this little-represented field in London. Following Sotheby's and prior to opening Ben Brown Fine Arts, Brown spent two years as co-managing director at Waddington Galleries. BEN BROWN FINE ARTS Ben Brown Fine Arts opened its first location on Cork Street in the heart of Mayfair in 2004. The gallery has prominently positioned itself on the contemporary art scene with the sole UK representation of artists such as Ron Arad, Tony Bevan, Candida Höfer, Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne, Gavin Turk, Not Vital and Heinz Mack. Also renowned for its strong expertise in 20th Century Italian Art, the gallery has been exhibiting the work of Lucio Fontana and Alighiero Boetti, amongst others, since its inception. In 2008 Ben Brown Fine Arts opened a new exhibition space on Brook's Mews, also in Mayfair, designed by architect Alexander Maybank. The office and viewing room is conveniently located across from the gallery space. In 2009 the gallery took the first step in an international expansion with the opening of an exhibition space in Hong Kong under the label of Ben Brown Fine Arts. Designed by Andre Fu, Brown's Hong Kong space was the first London gallery to open in the Pedder Building, offering a programme of western and international art exhibitions tailored to the Asian market. Since its inception the Hong Kong gallery has hosted exhibitions of gallery artists Ron Arad, Miquel Barceló, Candida Höfer, Vik Muniz, Heinz Mack and Claude & François-Xavier Lalanne as well as presenting exhibitions of important modern artists, most notably Pablo Picasso and Alighiero Boetti Artists: Ron Arad, Jean Michel Basquiat, Tony Bevan, Alighiero Boetti, Dokoupil, Caio Fonseca, Lucio Fontana, Keith Haring, Damien Hirst, Candida Höfer, Yves Klein, Jeff Koons, Les Lalanne, Sol Lewitt, Martin Mull, Vik Muniz, Heribert C.Ottersbach, Mimmo Rotella, Thomas Ruff, Matthias Schaller, Clare Shenstone, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Donald Sultan, Tseng Kwong Chi, Andy Warhol,
Benjamin Proust Fine Art Ltd
43-44 New Bond Street, London, W1S 2SA
Bernard Jacobson Gallery
28 Duke Street, St James's, London, SW1Y 6AG, England/United Kingdom
Ivor Abrahams; Larry Bell; Bram Bogart; David Bomberg; Anthony Caro; Robyn Denny; Sam Francis; Helen Frankenthaler; Beverly Fishman; Pia Fries; Joe Goode; James Hayward; Shirley Kaneda; Phillip King; Roy Lichtenstein; Robert Motherwell; Ben Nicholson; Jules Olitski; Larry Poons; Nicholas Pope; Robert Rauschenberg; James Rosenquist; Richard Smith; Frank Stella; Pierre Soulages; Graham Sutherland; William Tillyer; Marc Vaux; Tom Wesselmann.
Blain|Southern
4 Hanover Square, London, W1S 1BP, UK
Artists: Ali Banisadr Marius Bercea Jonas Burgert Lynn Chadwick Francesco Clemente Mat Collishaw Agathe de Bailliencourt Rachel Howard Michael Joo Joanna Kirk Abdoulaye Konaté Jannis Kounellis François Morellet Tim Noble and Sue Webster Pietro Ruffo Chiharu Shiota Yinka Shonibare MBE Bosco Sodi Nasan Tur Jeroen Verhoeven Bill Viola Lawrence Weiner Wim Wenders Sislej Xhafa Gilberto Zorio
Bohun Gallery
15 Reading Road, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 1AB, England/United Kingdom
Established in 1973, Bohun Gallery has earned a national reputation as one of the leading out-of-London galleries exhibiting a variety of the most influential and progressive figures in 20th Century British Art and Sculpture. Specialising in contemporary and modern British paintings, prints and sculpture, the Bohun Gallery has a particularly strong and enduring association with John Piper, Donald Hamilton Fraser, Mary Fedden and Julian Trevelyan. Other artists whom the gallery has exhibited over its 40 year history include Elisabeth Frink, Maggi Hambling, Ivon Hitchens, David Hockney, John Hoyland, Albert Irvin, Eric Rimmington and Wilhelmina Barns-Graham. The gallery runs a lively and varied exhibition programme with up to nine exhibitions every year, including solo shows of paintings by gallery artists and exhibitions of original prints. The sculpture garden features contemporary sculptors during the summer and the annual December ‘Small Paintings’ show has become a very popular feature of their busy exhibition calendar. A member of the London Society of Art Dealers, the Bohun Gallery handles the Estate of Julian Trevelyan and supports the work of several museums and arts charities. The gallery also undertakes private commissions for both paintings and sculpture. Artists Include: John Piper Mary Fedden Julian Trevelyan Donald Hamilton Fraser Michael Rothenstein Elizabeth Frink Maggi Hambling Wilhelmina Barns Graham Peter Blake Eric Rimmington Louis Turpin John Hoyland Albert Irvin John Brown Johannes von Stumm Joyce Cairns Marj Bond Neil Macpherson James Mcdonald Martin Cook Ben Johnson
Bowman Sculpture
6 Duke Street, St James's, London, SW1Y 6BN, England
(Marcello), Adele d'Affry - (Swiss/Italian, 1836-1879) Archipenko, Alexander - (Russian/American, 1887-1964) Armitage, Kenneth - (British, 1916-2002) Atchugarry, Pablo - (Uruguayan, b.1954) Ayrton, Michael - (British, 1921-1975) Baily, Edward Hodges - (English, 1788-1867) Barre, Jean Auguste - (French, 1811-1896) Barye, Antoine Louis - (French, 1796-1875) Barye, Alfred - (French, 1839-1882) Bayes, Gilbert - (British, 1872-1953) Beaumont, Hanneke - (Belgian, Contemporary) Benzoni, Giovanni Maria - (Italian, 1809-1873) Bester, Willie - (South African, Born 1956) Blik, Maurice - (Dutch, b. 1939) Blumenfeld OBE, Helaine - (British, Contemporary) Bonheur, Isidore - (French, 1827-1901) Boucher, Alfred - (French, 1850-1934) Bourdelle, Antoine Etienne - (French, 1861-1929) Brock KCB RA, Sir Thomas - (English, 1847-1922) Bugatti, Rembrandt - (Italian, 1884-1916) Caldecott, Randolph - (British, 1846-1886) Calvi, Pietro - (Italian, 1833-1884) Carpeaux, Jean-Baptiste - (French, 1827-1875) Carrier-Belleuse, A. E. - (French, 1824-1887) Cauer, Ludwig - (German, 1866-1947) Chadwick, Lynn - (British, 1914-2003) Chiparus, Demetre - (Romanian, 1886-1947) Clatworthy, Robert - (British, Born 1928) Claudel, Camille - (French, 1864-1943) Colebrooke, Lady Alexandra - (British, 1864-1944) Collin, Alberic - (Belgian, 1886-1962) Cordier, Charles Henri - (French, 1827-1905) D'angers, David - (French, 1788-1856) Dalou, Jules Aime - (French, 1838-1902) Dana, Yves - (Swiss, b. 1959) Degas, Edgar - (French, 1834-1917) Dejean, Louis - (French, 1872-1954) Drouot, Edouard - (French, 1859-1945) Drury, Alfred - (English, 1856-1944) Dubois, Paul - (French , 1829-1905) Duret, Francoise-Joseph - (French, 1732-1816) Epstein, Sir Jacob - (British, 1880-1959) Falguière, Jean-Alexandre - (French, 1831-1900) Feuchere, Jean-Jacques - (French, 1807-1852) Frampton, Sir George - (English, 1860-1926) Franceschi, Louis Julien (Jules) - (French, 1825-1893) Fratin, Christophe - (French, 1801-1864) Fremiet, Emmanuel - (French, 1824 - 1910) Frink, Elizabeth - (British, 1930-1992) Garbe, Richard - (English, 1876-1957) Gérôme, Jean-Léon - (French, 1824-1904) Geyger, Ernst Moritz - (German, 1861-1941) Gilbert, Sir Alfred - (British, 1854-1934) Goscombe John, Sir William - (British, 1860-1952) Hebert, Pierre-Eugène-Emile - (French, 1828-1893) Hepworth, Dame Barbara - (British, 1903-1975) Holofcener, Lawrence - (American, Born 1926) Jones, Adrian - (English, 1846-1938) Kauba, Carl - (Austrian, Working 1865-1922) Laurens, Henri - (French, 1885-1954) Leighton, Lord Frederic - (English, 1830-1896) Mackennal, Sir Edgar Bertram - (Australian, 1863-1931) Maillol, Aristide - (French, 1861-1944) Marini, Marino - (Italian, 1901-1980) Masseau, Pierre-Felix - (French, 1869-1937) Mayer, Charlotte - (British, b. 1929) McKenzie, Robert Tait - (Canadian, 1867-1938) Meadows, Bernard - (British, 1915-2005) Meissonier, Ernest - (French, 1815-1891) Mercie, Antonin - (French, 1845-1916) Messonier, Jean Louis Ernest - (French, 1815-1891) Meunier, Constantin - (Belgian, 1831-1905) Minne, George - (Belgian, 1866-1941) Moore, Henry - (English, 1898-1986) Nicoli, Carlo - (Italian, 1843-1915) Onslow-Ford, Edward - (English, 1852-1901) Paolozzi, Eduardo - (British, 1924-2005) Paris, Renee - (French, 1881-1970) Parpan, Ferdinand - (French, 1902-2004) Philpot, Glyn - (English, 1884-1937) Pilkington Jackson, Charles d'Orville - (British, 1887-1973) Plazzotta, Enzo - (Italian, 1921-1981) Pomeroy, Frederick - (British, 1898) Pradier, Jean-Jacques - (Swiss, 1790-1852) Prost, Maurice - (French, b.1894) Reid Dick, Sir William - (English, 1879-1961) Ricketts, Charles - (English, 1866-1931) Rodin, Auguste - (French, 1840-1917) Scheele, Georg - (German, Contemporary) Seale, Barney - (British, 1896-1957) Sinding, Stephan Abel - (Norwegian, 1846-1922) Smit, Lionel - (South African, Contemporary) Stevens, Alfred - (English, 1818-1875) Stursa, Jan - (Czech, 1880-1925) Taylor, Brian - (British, b. 1935) Thornycroft, Sir William Hamo - (English, 1850-1925) Tofanari, Sirio - (Italian, 1886-1969) Toft, Albert - (English, 1862-1949) Troubetzkoy , Paul - (Russian, 1866-1938) Turnbull, William - (British, b. 1922) Turner, Winifred - (British, 1903-1983) Underwood, Leon - (British, 1890-1975) Van Wouw, Anton - (South African, 1862-1945) Von Stuck, Franz - (German, 1863-1928) von Stumm PRBS, Johannes - (German, b. 1959) Ward, Herbert - (British, 1862-1919) Watts, George Frederick - (English, 1817-1904) Zach, Bruno - (German, 1891-1935) Zadkine, Ossip - (Russian/French, 1890-1967)
Browse & Darby Ltd
19 Cork Street, London, London, W1X 2LP, England/United Kingdom
Aitchison, Craigie (1926-2009) Armfield, Diana Bailey, Julian (b.1963) Bevan, Robert Polhill (1865-1925) Blackadder, Elizabeth (b.1931) Chamberlain, Edmund (b.1968) Coldstream, William (1908-1987) Degas, Edgar (1834-1927) Dukes, Robert (b.1965) Eyton, Anthony (b.1923) Freud, Lucian (1922-2011) Frink, Elisabeth (1930 -1993) Fry, Anthony (b.1927) Gaudier-Brzeska, Henri (1891-1915) George, Patrick (b.1923) Guinness, Lindy Hepworth, Dame Barbara (1903-1975) Houston, John (1930-2008) John, Augustus (1878-1961) John, Gwen (1876 - 1939) Lloyd, James (b.1971) Maze, Paul (1887 - 1979) Moore, Henry (1898-1986) Nicholson, Sir William (1872-1949) Nicholson, Winifred (1893-1981) Pankhurst, Andy (b.1968) Sickert, Walter Richard (1860-1942) Smith, Sir Matthew (1879-1959) Symons, Patrick (1925-1993) Uglow, Euan (1932-2000) Vuillard, Edouard (1868 -1940) Wood, Christopher (1901-1930)
Charles Beddington Ltd
16 Savile Row, London, London, W1S 3PL, England/United Kingdom
Charles Beddington Ltd is a dealer and agent in Old Master Paintings, based in Mayfair, London. We offer paintings from a broad range of periods and schools, with a leaning towards the 18th Century, and a particular speciality in Venetian view painting. Charles Beddington was at Christie's 1983 - 1998, ultimately as head of the London Old Master Picture Department. He remained a consultant for Christie's until May 2000. In 1998 he started Charles Beddington Ltd, which has been based at 16 Savile Row since 2001 (initially as Beddington & Blackman Ltd). Charles Beddington is well respected for his role as the pre-eminent scholar of Venetian view painting, and Canaletto in particular. He frequently contributes articles and reviews to The Burlington Magazine, as well as exhibition catalogues, and reference books. Subjects include Neapolitan and Venetian view painting. Beddington has curated and written the catalogue for two major exhibitions: Canaletto in England: A Venetian Artist abroad 1746-1755, Yale Centre for British Art, New Haven 19 October - 31 December 2006, and Dulwich Picture Gallery, 24 January - 15 April 2007, and, Venice: Canaletto and his Rivals, National Gallery of Art, London 13 October 2010 - 16 January 2011, and the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 20 February - 30 May 2011. He also wrote the catalogue of the exhibition Luca Carlevarijs: Views of Venice, Timken Museum of Art, San Diego, April - August 2001. Our academic background is a strong influence on the gallery's activities, and we pride ourselves that the majority of the paintings we offer are either rediscoveries or at least fresh to the market. Artists: Canaletto, Bellotto, Antonio Joli, the Carracci, Guido Reni, Guercino, Jacob van Ruisdael.
Chris Beetles Ltd
8 & 10 Ryder Street, St James's, London, SW1Y 6QB
Artists: John White Abbott Helen Allingham Anne Anderson Stanley Anderson Honor Appleton Val Archer Edward Ardizzone Mabel Lucie Attwell John Austen Stanley Roy Badmin Fred Banbery Roland Batchelor Henry Mayo Bateman Aubrey Beardsley Sir Max Beerbohm George Belcher Robert Anning Bell Quentin Blake Hercules Brabazon Brabazon Charles Edmund Brock Russell Brockbank Peter Brookes Nick Butterworth Hector Caffieri Randolph Caldecott William Callow Andreas Duncan Carse Henry Barlow Carter Charles Henry Chapman Emma Chichester Clark Sir George Clausen Peter Coker David Cox Walter Crane Thomas Hartley Cromek Peter Cross Anthony Devis Charles Doyle Richard Doyle George Du Maurier Edmund Dulac Rowland Emett Emmwood Charles Folkard Henry Justice Ford Michael Foreman Myles Birket Foster Lesley Fotherby Fougasse Donald Hamilton Fraser Eric Fraser Harry Furniss William Fraser Garden Geraldine Girvan Albert Goodwin Keith Grant Kate Greenaway Kathleen Hale Amanda Hall Roy Hammond Frank Hampson John Jessop Hardwick Augustus Hare Edward Steel Harper Sydney Harpley Florence Harrison James Hamilton Hay Thomas Hennell William Hewison Joan Hickson Rowland Hilder Al Hirschfeld Alfred William Hunt Cecil Arthur Hunt William Henry Hunt Helen Jacobs Oliver Jeffers John Jensen Jane Johnson Anne Grahame Johnstone Karin Jonzen Edmond Kapp Charles Keene Charles Knight Henry Herbert La Thangue Lynton Lamb Osbert Lancaster Larry (Terence Parkes) Edward Lear John Leech Sir David Low Herbert Menzies Marshall Matt (Matt Pritchett) Phil May Atholl McDonald Donald McGill Edward McLachlan Norman Meredith Norman Neasom Alan Odle James Orrock Ida Rentoul Outhwaite Helen Oxenbury William Papas Beatrice Parsons Mervyn Peake Muriel Pemberton Jane Pinkney Enzo Plazzotta Pont (Graham Laidler) Tony Porter Beatrix Potter Poy (Percy Hutton Fearon) Quiz (Powys Evans) Arthur Rackham Edward Tennyson Reed Frank Reynolds Charles Robinson Thomas Heath Robinson William Heath Robinson Leonard Rosoman Harry Rountree Thomas Rowlandson Randolph Schwabe Ronald Searle Ernest Howard Shepard Thomas Hosmer Shepherd Arthur Reginald Smith Eileen Soper George Soper Benjamin Walter Spiers Spy (Sir Leslie Ward) Janet Agnes Cumbrae Stewart George Ernest Studdy Betty Swanwick Algernon Talmage Margaret Tarrant Sir John Tenniel Norman Thelwell Feliks Topolski Walter Tyndale John Varley Louis Wain William Walcot John Ward Arthur Wardle Louisa Anne Marchioness of Waterford Lawson Wood
Christopher Kingzett Fine Art
68 Camberwell Grove, London, SE5 8RF
Christopher Kingzett is an independent dealer and consultant in 20th Century British Painting, drawing and sculpture, and in works on paper of all periods. Christopher has over 35 years experience in the art market. After reading History of Art at Eton and the University of East Anglia, he worked in the Old Master department at Christies. He joined Agnew’s in 1981 where he was until the sale of the company in 2013. The company is based in an Eighteenth Century town house in South London, a short distance from the Camberwell College of Arts and the Dulwich Picture Gallery. The firm shows at three major fairs during the year, TEFAF in Maastricht in March, Masterpiece in Chelsea in June and 20ǀ21 at the Royal College of Art in September. We are available by appointment at any time.
Connaught Brown
2 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4HD, England
Charles Angrand, Frank Auerbach, Fernando Botero, Georges Braque, Alexander Calder, Marc Chagall, Georges d'Espagnat, Edgar Degas, Andre Derain, Jean Dubuffet, Raoul Dufy, Barbara Hepworth, David Hockney, Carl Holsoe, Jean Hèlion, Peter Ilsted, Bela Kadar, Wassily Kandinsky, Moise Kisling, Henri Lebasque, Fernand Leger, Baltasar Lobo, Gustave Loiseau, Henri Matisse, Joan Miro, Henry Moore, Jules Pascin, Pablo Picasso, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Paul Richards, Georges Rouault, Walter Richard Sickert, Henri Le Sidaner, Paul Signac, Boaz Vaadia, Louis Valtat, Theodore van Rysselberghe, Maurice de Vlaminck, Edouard Vuillard, Tom Wesselmann.
Crane Kalman Gallery Ltd
178 Brompton Road, London, London, London, SW3 1HQ, England/United Kingdom
Frank Auerbach, Ross Bleckner, Francisco Bores, Martin Bradley, Edward Burra, Alexander Calder, Sir Anthony Caro, James Fitton, Jenny Franklin, George Grosz, Stanley William Hayter, Ivon Hitchens, Hans Hofmann, Jonathan Huxley, Nicholas Jones, Ra’anan Levy, Alan Lowndes, L S Lowry, Henry Moore, Mary Newcomb, Tessa Newcomb, Ben Nicholson, Winifred Nicholson, John Piper, Sir Matthew Smith, Ruskin Spear, Theodoros Stamos, Saul Steinberg, Graham Sutherland, Alfred Wallis.
Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP
4 Bury Street, St James's, London, SW1Y 6AB, UK
Daniel Katz Ltd
6 Hill Street, London, W1J 5NF, England/United Kingdom
Danny Katz has been dealing in Old Master sculpture since 1968 and is renowned for handling only the best. Blessed with a famously discerning 'eye', he blends the passion of a collector with the expertise of a connoisseur. The Daniel Katz Gallery moved to its elegant new premises at 6 Hill Street, just off Berkeley Square in May 2014. From here it continues to show beautiful works of art from antiquity to the twentieth century.
David Zwirner Ltd
24 Grafton Street, London, W1S 4EZ, UK
Day & Faber
46 Maddox Street, London, W1S 1AY, England/United Kingdom
• Workshop of Albrecht Durer, • Francesco Mazzola, called Il Parmigianino, • Pomponio Amalteo, • Paolo Farinato, • Jacques de Gheyn II, • Peter Paul Rubens , • Giovanni Barbieri, Il Guercino, • Pietro da Cortona, • Govert Flinck, • Samuel van Hoogstraten, • School of Rembrandt, • Cornelis Visscher, • School of Haarlem, • Nicolaes Maes, • Georg Strauch, • Anthonie Waterloo, • Guiseppe-Nicola Nasini, • François Boucher, • Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, • Johann-Peter Krafft, • Hugh William Williams, known as “Grecian”.
Delahunty
21 Bruton Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 6QD, United Kingdom
20th Century Paintings and Drawings, Modern and Contemporary Art and Sculpture Artists: Andrea Hamilton Adam Mcewen Ai Weiwei Anish Kapoor Andy Warhol Blek Le Rat A.R. Penck Banksy Christo & Jeanne Claude Damien Hirst Enoc Perez Hector Mcdonnell James Hart Dyke Joan Miro Mel Bochner Pablo Picasso Peter Doig Richard Prince Russell Young Wilhelm Kuhnert Scott Campbell Sterling Ruby Stuart Semple Yayoi Kusama
Derek Johns Ltd
12 Duke Street, St James's, London, SW1Y 6BN, England/United Kingdom
Desmond Page
10 Pelham Crescent, London, SW7 2NP, England/United Kingdom
Frank AUERBACH Patrick CAULFIELD Lucian FREUD Richard HAMILTON David HOCKNEY Leon KOSSOFF Michael LANDY Bridget RILEY
Dominique Lévy Gallery
22 Old Bond Street, London, W1S 4PY
Gallerist, advisor, collector Dominique Lévy formed her eponymous gallery in January 2013. She is formerly the founder and International Director of the Private Sales department at Christie’s from 1999 to 2003, where she brokered the sale of major works of modern, postwar, and contemporary art, placing many in important museum and private collections. In 2003, she continued to increase her influence in the international art world when she founded Dominique Lévy Fine Art, a boutique art advisory service with a focus on building long-term relationships with collectors. In 2005, Lévy co-founded L&M Arts, New York and Los Angeles. The bi-coastal gallery became widely known for its comprehensive client services and commitment to historically important exhibitions exploring tendencies in modern and postwar art as well as critically acclaimed new work by such artists as David Hammons and Paul McCarthy. Lévy is considered a foremost expert in twentieth-century European and American art — specializing in the works of Alexander Calder, Willem de Kooning, Alberto Giacometti, Yves Klein, Pablo Picasso, and Andy Warhol amongst others — and is admired internationally as the organizer of curated exhibitions devoted to influential historical figures as well as living artists. Dominique Lévy Gallery also specializes in private sales in the secondary market; produces original scholarship and key publications; provides advisory and collection management services; and participates in art fairs internationally. In September 2013, Dominique Lévy Gallery opened its space in the historic landmark building at 909 Madison Avenue in Manhattan with the critically acclaimed exhibition Audible Presence: Lucio Fontana, Yves Klein, Cy Twombly, which was accompanied by the first public performance in New York of Yves Klein’s seminal Monotone Silence Symphony. The gallery currently represents the Estate of Yves Klein, the Estate of Roman Opalka, and the Estate of Germaine Richier in the United States, as well as artists Enrico Castellani, Frank Stella, Pierre Soulages, and Günther Uecker. In 2014, Dominique Lévy has presented a survey of work by the Berlin-based Ukrainian photographer Boris Mikhailov; first monographic exhibition of Richier’s work in the U.S. in over 50 years; and a monographic exhibition of Soulages, juxtaposing new large-scale paintings with postwar masterworks by the legendary French master. In conjunction with this show, Dominique Lévy has published the book Soulages in America, exploring the artist’s work in the 1950s and 60s, delving into his presence and prominence in the U.S. during the heyday of Abstract Expressionism, the central art movement of postwar America. In the summer of 2014, Dominique Lévy Gallery presented a collaborative artists’ project, titled 'Hypothesis for an Exhibition,' curated by Begum Yasar. Inspired by the work of the Italian conceptualist Giulio Paolini, the project was comprised of an exhibition and an extensive publication dedicated to the work of the participating artists. The project explored the parallels in thought and aesthetic strategies between Paolini’s work, especially of the 1960s and the '70s, and the work of a group of younger generation of artists based in New York today. Artists represented: Enrico Castellani The Estate of Yves Klein Boris Mikhailov The Estate of Germaine Richier The Estate of Roman Opalka Pierre Soulages Frank Stella Günther Uecker
Douwes Fine Art Ltd
76 Jermyn Street, Apt. 18, St. James's, London, London, SW1Y 6NP, England/United Kingdom
E&R Cyzer
23 Bruton Street, London, W1J 6QF, United Kingdom
Georges Braque Marc Chagall Otto Dix Jean Dubuffet Raoul Dufy George Grosz Alexej Jawlensky Fernand Léger Roy Lichtenstein Marino Marini Joan Miró Pablo Picasso Kees van Dongen Maurice de Vlaminck
Eames Fine Art Gallery
58 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3UD, UK
Norman Ackroyd Elisabeth Bond Marc Chagall Jean Cocteau Austin Cole Amanda Danicic Malcolm Franklin Elisabeth Frink Míla Fürstová Ardyn Halter Jason Hicklin David Hockney Howard Hodgkin John Hoyland Albert Irvin Anita Klein Sophie Layton Henri Matisse Ian McKeever Joan Miró Henry Moore Victor Pasmore Pablo Picasso Jack Piesse Antoni Tàpies Barrington Tobin Edward Twohig
Edward Speelman Ltd
4th Floor, 36 St James's Street, London, SW1A 1JD, England/United Kingdom
Emanuel von Baeyer London
130 - 132 Hamilton Terrace, London, NW8 9UU, UK
Emanuel von Baeyer works with a broad range of paintings, drawings and prints all of which are of the highest quality and often rare and distinguished examples. Areas of particular interest are: the School of Fontainebleau, 17th and 18th century Italian prints, the Prague court of Rudolph II and his artistic circle and German 17th century art. Interest in this fuelled work on the ‘Expressive Baroque’ period, a Central-European movement of the first half of the 18th century, here focussing on prints and drawings and paintings. Recently French 17th and 18th century art have been a central focus, as well as British art from the same period. German 19th century culture is also a fascinating area as it was constantly evolving and embracing movements such as early Romanticism, the Nazarenes, Biedermeier and Naturalism. Well-known names from these areas are represented alongside contemporaneous works from the French Romantics, Impressionists and fin-de-siècle artists. We also have long-standing passion for modern and contemporary art. Scholarly catalogues are regularly produced on a diverse range of subjects. New catalogue: Rare prints of Six Centuries. A fine group of European prints of different techniques. Many in early or hitherto unknown states and proof impressions. Including a small essay about Pierre-Jean Mariette as a collector of prints. Emanuel von Baeyer – Cabinet is a platform for online art exhibitions in addition to Emanuel von Baeyer London regular activities. Every other month, this section profiles different aspects of our extensive inventory. In contrast to our main website, this concentrates solely on on-line exhibitions of groups of between 12-25 objects, mainly works on paper-drawings, prints, autographs-devoted to a particular subject or by a particular artist. These exhibitions are purely virtual and do not reproduce actual shows in our rooms. All items have been carefully selected and researched, and, as with our catalogues, can be ordered on approval. If you are signing in our email database, we will send you notifications of our upcoming online exhibitions. Please search for “EVB Cabinet” or go to www.evbaeyer-cabinet.com François-Rolland Elluin 1745 - 1810 Etienne Fessard 1714 - 1777 Charles-Nicolas Cochin 1715 – 1790 Hubert-François Bourguignon, called Gravelot 1699 - 1773 Cesare Roberti gen. Robertus de Civitella (Monogrammist CRF) c. 1590 Noël Coypel 1628 - 1707 François Dequevauviller 1745 - c. 1807 Rudi Tröger b. 1929 Pierre François Basan 1723 - 1797 French School ca. 1700 Géraud Vidal 1742 - 1801 Lambert Antoine Claessens 1753 - 1834 Jean Ouvrier 1725 - 1754 Philibert-Louis Debucourt 1755 - 1832 Louis-Leopold Boilly 1761 - 1845 Jacques Firmin Beauvarlet 1731 - 1797 Auguste-Claude-Simon Le Grand (or Legrand) 1765 - 1843 Hyacinthe Le Grand 1755 - ca. 1800 John Martin 1789 - 1854 Eduardo Paolozzi 1924 - 2005 Jakob Frey 1681 – 1772 Bernhard Vogel 1683 – 1737 Jean Baptiste Bernard Coclers 1741 – 1817 Sébastien Bourdon 1616 - 1671 Herman van Swanevelt 1620 - 1690 Paul Troger 1698 - 1762 Willem Basse 1613 - 1672 Michel-Ange Corneille 1601 - 1664 Walter Gramatté 1897 - 1929 Jacques Bouillard 1744 - 1806 Johann Georg Wille 1715 - 1759 Allart van Everdingen 1621 - 1675 Johann Baptist Sonderland 1805 - 1878 Johann Adam Klein 1792 - 1875 Wiebke Loeper b. 1972 Matthias Grieblerb. 1972 Kurt Moldovan 1918 – 1977 Pit Morell b. 1939 Leon Steinmetz b. 1944 Clay Ketter b. 1961 Joan Witek b. 1943 James Howell b. 1935 Jill Baroff b. 1954 Alex Katz b. 1927 Barry le Va b. 1941 Jim Nutt b. 1938 Mel Bochner b. 1940 Richard Artschwager b.1923 Robert Morris b.1931 Robert Ryman b.1930 Terry Winters b. 1949 Pierre Puvis de Chavannes 1824 - 1898 Ary Scheffer 1795 - 1858 Nicolas-Henri Jacob 1782 - 1871 Auguste Renoir 1841 - 1919 Edouard Vuillard 1868 - 1940 Henry Monnier 1805 - 1877 T. P. Wagner Late 19th c. François le Villain (publisher) First 19th c. Carle Vernet 1758 - 1836 Ker-Xavier Roussel 1867 - 1944 Odilon Redon 1840 - 1916 Jean-Henri Marlet 1770 - 1847 Jean-Baptiste-Armand Guillaumin 1841 - 1927 Guillaume-Sulpice Chevallier, called Gavarni 1804 – 1866 Honoré Daumier 1808 - 1879 Jean-François Bosio 1764 – 1827 Italian school First 16th c. Italian School Second 16th c. Anonymous Italian Artist c. 1720 – 1750. Christofano di Michele Martini, called Il Robetta 1462 – 1535 Giuseppe Nicola Nasini 1657 – 1756 Niello Before 1550. Antonio Lafreri, Lafréry 1512 – 1577 Antonio da Trento 1508 – 1550 Anonymous Italian Artist 17th./18th c. Salvatore Rosa 1615 – 1673 Giuseppe Maria Crespi 1665 – 1747 Pietro Santi Bartoli 1635 – 1700 Giulio Carpioni 1613 – 1678 Simone Cantarini called Il Pesarese 1612 – 1648 Luca Cambiaso 1527 – 1585 Annibale Carracci 1560 – 1609 Italian school Early 17th c. Antonio Triva 1626 – c. 1669 Diana Scultori 1530 – 1588 Francesco Valeggio 1560 – 1624 Tiziano Vecellio 1477 – 1578 Venetian school Late 16th c. Horst Janssen 1929 - 1995 Thomas Höpker b.1936 Eugène Delâtre 1864 – 1938 Alexandre Théophile Steinlen 1859 – 1923 Francois Clément Sommier, called Henry Somm 1844 – 1907 Auguste Brouet 1872 – 1942 Emilio Vedova 1919 - 2006 Giulio Turcato 1912 - 1995 Aldo Mondino 1938 – 2005 Domenico 'Mimmo' Rotella 1918 – 2006 Mario Schifano 1934 - 1998 Tano Festa 1938 - 1988 Michelangelo Pistoletto b. 1933 Mimmo Paladino b. 1948 Giulio Paolini b. 1940 Enzo Cucci b. 1949 Marco Cingolani b. 1961 Stefano Arienti b. 1961 Alighiero Boetti 1940 - 1994 Massimo Kauffman b. 1963 Mario Dellavedova b. 1958 Fred Sandback 1943 – 2003 Barbara Camilla Tucholski b. 1947 Yves Chaudouët b. 1959 Peter Bömmels b. 1951
Entwistle
144 New Bond Street, London, W1S 2TR, England/United Kingdom
Eykyn Maclean Ltd
24 Hanover Square, London, W1S 1JD, UK
Fergus Hall Ltd
42 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4JH
Dirk van Baburen, David Bailly, Cornelis Bega, Abraham van Beyeren, Jan Hermansz. van Bijlert, Jan Both, Francois Boucher, Jan Van de Cappelle, Jacob Gerritsz. Cuyp, Aelbert Cuyp John Constable, Michael Dahl, Sir Anthony van Dyck, Sawrey Gilpin, Jan Pauwel Gillemans the Elder, Guercino, Frans Hals, JF Herring Snr, Meindert Hobemma, William Hoare of Bath, Cornelius Johnson, Sir Peter Lely, Aert van de Neer, Adriaen van Ostade, Anthonie Palamedesz, Cornelis van Poelenburgh, George Romney, Jacob Isaacksz. van Ruisdael, Herman Saftleven, Pieter Cornelisz. van Slingelandt, Abraham Storck, Gerard Terborch, Jan Wijnants, Joseph Wright of Derby,
Flowers Gallery
82 Kingsland Road, London, E2 8DP
West End Gallery: 21 Cork Street, London W1S 3LZ. Tel. 020 7439 7766 Open: Mon - Sat 10-6 US Gallery: 529 West 20th Street, New York, NY 10011. Tel. +(1) 212 439 1700 Open: Tue - Sat 10-6 Angela Flowers established her first gallery in 1970 on Lisle Street in London's West End. In the 1980s, the gallery was one of the first to open in London's East End, in a former laundry/fur storage facility in Hackney, and the space became known as Flowers East. Matthew Flowers, Angela's son, took over day to day operations in 1989. In 1997, the gallery expanded further with a Los Angeles space, at Bergamot Station. There are now two gallery spaces in London: a West End premises on Cork Street opened in 2000 and in 2002 the gallery moved from Hackney into a 12,000 square foot industrial space in Shoreditch, East London. The US business relocated in 2003 from LA to New York on Madison Avenue, and then in 2009 moved to West 20th street in Chelsea. Flowers Gallery participates regularly in art fairs internationally. The program in both the UK and US comprises all media by established and emerging artists. The gallery is an active publisher of prints and multiples with a growing department in contemporary international photography. List of artists currently represented: Glenys Barton Glen Baxter Michael Benson George Blacklock Boomoon Derek Boshier Boyd & Evans Edward Burtynsky Aleah Chapin Cedric Christie Edmund Clark Bernard Cohen Ken Currie Jane Edden Kleio Gizeli Nicola Green Friedemann Hahn Tom Hammick David Hepher Nicola Hicks Peter Howson Patrick Hughes Lucy Jones Nadav Kander John Kirby Mona Kuhn Tim Lewis John Loker Ishbel Myerscough Jiro Osuga Freya Payne Tom Phillips Simon Roberts Carol Robertson Michael Sandle Tai-Shan Schierenberg Peter Schmersal Terry Setch Kevin Sinnott Renny Tait Shen Wei Michael Wolf Estates: William Crozier Antony Earnshaw Michael Kidner Jack Smith
Giacomo Algranti Ltd
3rd Floor, Palladium House, 1-4 Argyll Street, London, W1F 7LD, England/United Kingdom
Gimpel Fils Ltd
30 Davies Street, London, W1K 4NB, England/United Kingdom
Robert Adams, Carolina Antich, Guy Ben-Ner, Reg Butler, Hubert Dalwood, Alan Davie, Corinne Day, Michelle Dovey, Steven Gontarski, Seamus Harahan, Albert Irvin, Peter Kennard, Peter Lanyon, Louis le Brocquy, Hannah Maybank, Bernard Meadows, Callum Morton, Shana Moulton, Muntadas, Sista Pratesi, Niki de Saint Phalle, Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook, Christopher Stewart, James Tower, Jenny Watson, Scottie Wilson, Edwin Zwakman.
greengrassi
1a Kempsford Road, (off Wincott Street), London, SE11 4NU, UK
Tomma Abts Stefano Arienti Jennifer Bornstein Moyra Davey Roe Ethridge Gretchen Faust Vincent Fecteau Giuseppe Gabellone Joanne Greenbaum Ellen Gronemeyer Janice Kerbel Shio Kusaka Sean Landers Simon Ling Margherita Manzelli David Musgrave Kristin Oppenheim Silke Otto-Knapp Jennifer Pastor Alessandro Pessoli Karin Ruggaber Allen Ruppersberg Anne Ryan Frances Stark Jennifer Steinkamp Pae White Lisa Yuskavage
Guy Morrison
58 Jermyn Street, London, SW1Y 6LX, England/United Kingdom
Haldane Fine Art
Stone House, 9 Weymouth Street, London, W1W 6DB
Hales Gallery Ltd
Tea Building, 7 Bethanl Green Road, London, E1 6LA
Founded by Paul Hedge and Paul Maslin over 20 years ago, Hales Gallery opened in 1992 as a contemporary art space in Deptford, South London. In 2004 Hales Gallery moved to its new space in the Tea Building, a dynamic and creative hub in London's East End on the border of Shoreditch and the business district. For over 2 decades the Gallery has been a focal point for artists, collectors and institutional figures alike and has formed an important environment for the development and distribution of artworks and ideas, all of which has consistently attracted worldwide attention. At the core of the gallery's principles is the nurturing of emerging talents alongside that of some of the 21st century's most significant creative figures. Hales Gallery's commitment to artists whose work has garnered particular historical significance can be shown in it working with figures such as Carolee Schneemann (the gallery held Schneemann's first, highly commended London solo exhibition in 2014), Michael Smith (whom the gallery has worked with for over 10 years) and Frank Bowling OBE RA (the gallery has encouraged an international revival and assessment of his work). Alongside these artists, Hales Gallery has consistently and attentively supported and developed its younger artists' careers displayed in the success found by Tom Price, Omar Ba, Hew Locke, Rachael Champion and Trenton Doyle Hancock. Hales Gallery regularly places its artist's works in the collections of some of the world's most significant private and public collections and works closely with respected curators and advisors in doing this. Some examples of the Museum collections who have acquired works by Hales Gallery's artists includes Tate (London), Victoria & Albert Museum (London), The Whitney Museum of American Art (NYC), MoMA (NYC) The Metropolitan Museum of Art (NYC) and the Brooklyn Museum (NYC). Artists: • Omar Ba • Basil Beattie • Andrew Bick • Frank Bowling • Sebastiaan Bremer • Rachael Champion • Adam Dant • Richard Galpin • Trenton Doyle Hancock • Hew Locke • Thomas J Price • Adam Ross • Carolee Schneemann • Richard Slee • Michael Smith • Jane Wilbraham • Martin Wilner
Hanina Fine Arts
21 Woodstock Street, Mayfair, London, W1C 2AP, England/United Kingdom
Hanina Fine Arts specialises in twentieth century European Modern Art and and has established a reputation as London’s leading specialists in the post-war School of Paris. The gallery was established by Yuval Hanina over twenty years ago and holds regular exhibitions exploring the cultural and historical significance of Modernist artists and movements from Cubism and Expressionism to Geometric Abstraction, Abstraction Lyrique and Nouvelle Figuration. Artists include: Henri-Georges ADAM, (1904-1967) Fernandez ARMAN (1928-2005) Reynold ARNOULD, (1919-1980) Jean-Michel ATLAN, (1913-1960) Rudolph BAUER, (1889-1953) Andre BEAUDIN (1895-1979) Roger BISSIERE, (1886-1964) Francisco BORES (1898-1972) Bernard BUFFET, (1928-1999) Camille BRYEN (1907-1977) Youla CHAPOVAL, (1919-1951) Serge CHARCOUNE, (1888-1975) John CHRISTOFOROU (b.1921) Georges COLLIGNON, (1923-2002) Jean CROTTI, (1878-1958) Joseph CSAKY, (1881-1971) Jean DEYROLLE, (1911-1967) Pierre DMITRIENKO, (1925-1974) Cesar DOMELA (1900-1992) Oscar GAUTHIER (1921-2009) Jacques GERMAIN, (1915-2001) Emile GILIOLI (1911-1977) Leon GISCHIA, (1903-1991) Henri GOETZ, (1909-1989) Henri HAYDEN, (1883-1970) Auguste HERBIN, (1882-1960) Alexandre ISTRATI, (1915-1991) Jacques LAGRANGE, (1917-1995) André LANSKOY, (1902-1976) Louis LATAPIE, (1891-1972) Jean LE MOAL, (1909-2007) André LHOTE, (1885-1962) Dora MAAR, (1907-1997) Thilo MAATSCH, (1900-1983) Alberto MAGNELLI, (1888-1971) Alfred MANESSIER, (1911-1993) André MARCHAND, (1907-1998) Georges MATHIEU, (1921-2012) André MINAUX, (1923-1986) Max PAPART, (1911-1994) Jean PIAUBERT, (1900-2002) Pablo PICASSO, (1881-1973) James PICHETTE (1920-1996) Edouard PIGNON, (1905-1993) Edgard PILLET, (1912-1996) Serge POLIAKOFF, (1900-1969) Antoine PONCET (b.1928) Valentine PRAX, (1889-1981) Alfred RETH, (1884-1966) Gustave SINGIER, (1909-1984) François STAHLY, (1911-2006) Leopold SURVAGE, (1879-1968) Arpad SZENES, (1897-1985) Claude VENARD, (1913-1999) Georges VALMIER, (1885-1937) Léon ZACK, (1892-1980)
Hauser & Wirth London
23 Savile Row, London, W1S 2ET, United Kingdom
Also at: Hauser & Wirth Somerset Durslade Farm, Dropping Lane, Bruton, Somerset BA10 0NL Email: somerset@hauserwirth.com Tel: +44 1749 814 060 Fax: +44 1749 812 061 http://www.hauserwirthsomerset.com somerset@hauserwirth.com Open Tuesday – Sunday 10 am – 5 pm (March – October) 10 am – 4 pm (November – February) Contact: Alice Workman, Anna Pryer Hauser & Wirth is an international gallery devoted to contemporary and modern art, founded in Switzerland by Iwan and Manuela Wirth and Ursula Hauser in 1992. It is now a global enterprise, with spaces in Zurich, London, New York and Somerset and Los Angeles. The gallery represents almost 60 established and emerging artists, including Mark Bradford, Christoph Büchel, Roni Horn, Paul McCarthy and Pipilotti Rist, and is responsible for artist estates and foundations including the Louise Bourgeois Studio, the Estate of Philip Guston, the Eva Hesse Estate, Allan Kaprow Estate, Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts, the Estate of Jason Rhoades and the Dieter Roth Estate. Hauser & Wirth has been cited by The Financial Times as ‘the marketplace of ideas’. Iwan Wirth and Manuela Wirth were jointly ranked as the number 1 most powerful and influential figures in the art world in ArtReview’s ‘Power 100’ in 2015, after Iwan Wirth was previously listed third in 2013 and 2014. The New York Times described Wirth as ‘one of the most powerful players in contemporary art’. Artists: Rita Ackermann Ida Applebroog Hans Arp Phyllida Barlow Louise Bourgeois Mark Bradford Christoph Büchel Martin Creed Berlinde de Bruyckere Ellen Gallagher Isa Genzken The Estate of Leon Golub Dan Graham Rodney Graham Subodh Gupta The Estate of Philip Guston Mary Heilmann The Estate of Eva Hesse Andy Hope 1930 Roni Horn Thomas Houseago Pierre Huyghe Matthew Day Jackson Richard Jackson Rashid Johnson Hans_Josephsohn Allan Kaprow Estate Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts Rachel Khedoori Bharti Kher Guillermo Kuitca Maria Lassnig Zoe Leonard The Estate of Lee Lozano Anna Maria Maiolino Takesada Matsutani Fabio Mauri Paul McCarthy The Estate of Fausto Melotti The Henry Moore Family Collection Ron Mueck Caro Niederer Christopher Orr Djordje Ozbolt Lygia Pape Michael Raedecker The Estate of Jason Rhoades Pipilotti Rist Dieter Roth Estate Anri Sala Wilhelm Sasnal Mira Schendel Estate Christoph Schlingensief Roman Signer Anj Smith The Estate of David Smith Monika Sosnowska Diana Thater The Estate of André Thomkins The Estate of Philipp Vandenberg Ian Wallace Mark Wallinger Jack Whitten Zhang Enli David Zink Yi Jakub Julian Ziółkowski
Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert
38 Bury Street, St James's, London, SW1Y 6BB, England
Walter Sickert Roger Bevan Spencer Gore Augustus John David Bomberg Duncan Grant Christopher Nevinson Graham Sutherland John Piper Edward Burra Ben Nicholson Barbara Hepworth William Turnbulll Grayson Perry Anthony Gormley Henry Moore Stanley Spencer William Scott Patrick Heron Roger Hilton Ivon Hitchens Peter Lanyon LS Lowry Frank Auerbach Leon Kossoff Michael Andrews Francis Bacon Peter Blake David Hockney Allen Jones Edouard Paolozzi Bridget Riley Howard Hodgkin Lucian Freud Sandra Blow Anish Kapoor Rachel Whiteread Gilbert and George David Dawson Naum Gabo Kenneth Armitage Lynn Chadwick
Hazlitt Ltd
38 Bury Street, St James's, London, SW1Y 6BB, England/United Kingdom
Inigo Philbrick
22 Davies Street, London, W1K 3DE
Artists represented: • Tauba Auerbach • Joe Bradley • Scott Burton • Keith Coventry • Gilbert & George • Mark Grotjahn • Wade Guyton • Sergej Jensen • Donald Judd • Mike Kelley • Sol LeWitt • Erik Lindman • Nate Lowman • Robert Mangold • Virginia Overton • Richard Prince • R. H. Quaytman • Sterling Ruby • Rudolf Stingel • Fredrik Vaerslev • Ned Vena • Dahn Vo • Kelley Walker • Christopher Wool
James Hyman Gallery
16 Savile Row, London, W1S 3PL, England/United Kingdom
James Hyman specialises in vintage photography and 20th Century British Art.
James Mackinnon
Old Pipers, Didling, Midhurst, West Sussex, GU29 0LH, England/United Kingdom
Jean-Luc Baroni Ltd
7-8 Mason's Yard, Duke Street, St James's, London, SW1Y 6BU, England/United Kingdom
Jill George Gallery
PO Box 65793, London, NW2 9PD, England/United Kingdom
John Martin Gallery
38 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4JG, England/United Kingdom
Mark Adlington, Mary Nicol Neill Armour , Simon Averill , Vincent Bennett , F.C.B Cadell , John Caple , Richard Cartwright, Peter Collis, David Crone, Melita Denaro, Mary Fedden, Sheila Fell, Martin Finnin, Yekini Folorunso, Terry Frost, Martin Gale, Rupert Gatfield , Andrew Gifford, Gennadii Gogoliuk, Francis Hamel, Pat Harris , Josef Herman , Chris Hipkiss, Neale Howells , Becky Hunt , Leslie Hunter , Gwen John , Benjamin Jones, Marty Kelly, Laura Knight, Eviland LaLanne , L.S. Lowry, William MacTaggart PPRSA HRA RSW LLD , Dugald Sutherland Maccoll, David Martin, Christine McArthur , Paddy McCann , Barry McGlashan , Seán McSweeney , David Michie RSA RGI RWA DA FRSA OBE, Alberto Morrocco , Leon Morrocco, Olivia Musgrave, Makiko Nakamura, Eoin O'Connor, Asiru Olatunde, William Peers, Samuel John Peploe, Robin Philipson, John Piper, Keith Rand , John Shelley, John Shinnors , Lisa Stokes, Yves Telemak, Feliks Topolski , Carel Weight , Richard Winkworth Fred Yates
John Mitchell Fine Paintings
17 Avery Row, London, W1K 4BF, England/United Kingdom
CORNELIS BEGA (1631/2 – 1664) FRANÇOIS BONVIN (1817-1887) ARNOLD BOONEN (1669–1729) AMBROSIUS BOSSCHAERT THE ELDER (1573 -1621) ALEXANDRE CALAME (1810-1864) EDWARD THEODORE COMPTON (1849-1921) CHARLES- HENRI CONTENCIN (1898-1955) CHARLES-ANTOINE COYPEL (1694-1752) ALLART VAN EVERDINGEN (1621-1675) ANTOINE GUILLEMET (1841-1918) WILLIAM HODGES (1744-1797) JULIUS CAESAR IBBETSON (1759-1817) JOHANN KÖNIG (1586 – 1642) GABRIEL LOPPÉ (1825 -1913) JEAN PILLEMENT (1728-1808) JOHN THOMAS SERRES (1759-1825) ALFRED STEVENS (1823-1906) ELIAS VAN DEN BROECK (1650-1708) JORIS VAN DER HAAGEN (c.1615-1669) JACOB CLAESZ. VAN UTRECHT (c.1480-after 1530) JAMES WARD, R.A. (1769-1859) GEORG FREDERIK ZIESEL (1756 -1809)
Jonathan Pascoe Pratt Ltd
8 Wolsey Mansions, Main Avenue, Moor Park, Middx, HA6 2HL, UK
Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg, Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, Chris Ofili
Julian Agnew Fine Art Ltd
902 Greenville House, Dolphin Square, London, SW1V 3LR
Karsten Schubert
46 Lexington Street, London, W1F 0LP, United Kingdom
Robert Holyhead Ann-Marie James Bridget Riley Alison Wilding
Lefevre Fine Art Ltd
31 Bruton Street, London, W1J 6QS, England/United Kingdom
Andrews, Michael; Auerbach, Frank; Bacon, Francis; Bomberg, David; Bonnard, Pierre; Brancusi, Constantin; Braque, George; Bugatti, Rembrandt; Burra, Edward; Cadell, Francis; Calder, Alexander; Cezanne, Paul; Chagal, Marc; De La Fresnaye, Roger; De Stael, Nicolas; De Vlaminck, Maurice; Degas, Edgar; Derain, Andre; Despiau, Charles; Dubuffet, Jean; Freud, Lucien; Gauguin, Paul; Giacometti, Alberto; Gris, Juan; Hamilton Richard; Hepworth, Barbara; Hitchens, Ivon; Hockney, David; Hunter, George Leslie; J.D. Fergusson; John, Augustus; John, Gwen; Johns, Jasper; Jones, Allen; Kandinsky, Wassily; Kitaj, R.B.; Klee, Paul; Klimt, Gustav Klossowski de Rola, Balthazar (Balthus); Leger, Fernand; Lowry, L.S.; Maillol, Aristide; Manet, Edouard; Marini, Marino; Matisse, Henri; Miro, Juan; Modigliani, Amedeo; Mondrian, Pete; Monet, Claude; Moore, Henry; Morandi, Georgio; Nash, Paul; Nevinson, Christopher; Nicholson, Ben; Nicholson, William; Pasmore, Victor; Peploe, SJ; Picasso, Pablo; Piper, John; Pissarro, Camille; Pollock, Jackson; Redon, Odilon; Renoir, Pierre-Auguste; Richter, Gerhard; Rodin, Auguste; Rothko, Marc; Schiele, Egon; Seurat, Georges; Sickert, Walter; Signac, Paul; Sisley, Alfred; Smith, Matthew; Spencer, Stanley; Sutherland, Graham; Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri; Van Gogh, Vincent; Vuillard, Edouard; Warhol, Andy.
Lisson Gallery London Ltd
52 - 54 & 29 Bell Street, London, NW1 5DA, England/United Kingdom
Marina Abramović Ai Weiwei Allora & Calzadilla Art & Language Cory Arcangel Daniel Buren Gerard Byrne James Casebere Tony Cragg Angela de la Cruz Richard Deacon Spencer Finch Ceal Floyer Ryan Gander Dan Graham Rodney Graham Carmen Herrera Shirazeh Houshiary Christian Jankowski Peter Joseph Anish Kapoor John Latham Tim Lee Lee Ufan Sol LeWitt Liu Xiaodong Robert Mangold Jason Martin Haroon Mirza Tatsuo Miyajima Jonathan Monk Julian Opie Tony Oursler Giulio Paolini Florian Pumhösl Rashid Rana Santiago Sierra Sean Snyder Lawrence Weiner Richard Wentworth
Lowell Libson Ltd
3 Clifford Street, London, London, W1S 2LF, England
Luxembourg & Dayan
2 Savile Row, London, W1S 3PA
Marian Goodman Gallery
5 - 8 Lower John Street, LONDON, W1F 9DY
Marlborough Fine Art (London) Ltd
6 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4BY, England/United Kingdom
LONDON Agentsfor Frank Auerbach Stephen Conroy Christopher Couch John Davies David Dawson Daniel Enkaoua Karl Gerstner Catherine Goodman Daniela Gullotta Dieter Hacker Maggi Hambling Clive Head Paul Hodgson John Hubbard Allen Jones Nina Murdoch Hughie O'Donoghue Therese Oulton Celia Paul Cathie Pilkington Paula Rego Joe Tilson John Virtue The Estate of Avigdor Arikha The Estate of Steven Campbell The Estate of Matthew Carr The Estate of Chen Yifei The Estate of Ken Kiff The Estate of Oskar Kokoschka The Estate of Raymond Mason The Estate of Victor Pasmore The Estate of Sarah Raphael The Estate of Euan Uglow The Estate of Victor Willing Important works available by Impressionists and Post-Impressionists Twentieth Century European Masters German Expressionists Post War American Artists Modern Masters Prints, Contemporary Publications and Photographs available from Marlborough Graphics, London and New York
Martin Summers Fine Art Ltd
2 Clover Mews, off Dilke Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 5JH, England/United Kingdom
Massimo De Carlo, London
55 South Audley Street, London, W1K 2QH
Massimo De Carlo opened his first space in central London in 2009 under the name Carlson Gallery. Together with working with the artists traditionally represented by the gallery, the London space has also based its program on the work of young American artists. Given the importance of this marketplace and the facility of contacts and business compared to the rest of Europe, in 2012 Massimo De Carlo moved to a second major venue in London in South Audley Street. The gallery - renamed Massimo De Carlo, London - is a traditional old-style British three-floor townhouse in the central area of Mayfair. Artists: • John Armleder • Massimo Bartolini • Gianfranco Baruchello • Sanford Biggers • Chris Burden • Maurizio Cattelan • Paul Chan • Marvin Gaye Chetwynd • Steven Claydon • Dan Colen • George Condo • Elmgreen & Dragset • Roland Flexner • Gelitin • Thomas Grünfeld • Carsten Höller • Christian Holstad • Rashid Johnson • Elad Lassry • Bertrand Lavier • Tony Lewis • Nate Lowman • Matthew Monahan • Olivier Mosset • Matt Mullican • Yan Pei-Ming • Diego Perrone • Paola Pivi • Rob Pruitt • Jim Shaw • Josh Smith • Rudolf Stingel • Piotr Uklański • Kaari Upson • Andra Ursuta • Kelley Walker • Liu Xiaodong • Aaron Young • Andrea Zittel
Maureen Paley
21 Herald Street, London, E2 6JT, England
KEITH ARNATT estate, KAYE DONACHIE, GRAHAM DURWARD, HAMISH FULTON, MAUREEN GALLACE, ANDREW GRASSIE, ANNE HARDY, SARAH JONES, MICHAEL KREBBER, LARS LAUMANN, DARIA MARTIN, MUNTEAN / ROSENBLUM, PAUL NOBLE, SASKIA OLDE WOLBERS, PAUL P., SEB PATANE , DAVID RATCLIFF, RUTH ROOT, MAAIKE SCHOOREL, HANNAH STARKEY, DIRK STEWEN, DAVID THORPE , WOLFGANG TILLMANS, DONALD URQUHART, BANKS VIOLETTE, REBECCA WARREN, GILLIAN WEARING, JAMES WELLING, ERIC WESLEY.
Mazzoleni Art
27 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4HZ
Mazzoleni Art is located in the heart of Mayfair at 27 Albemarle Street and is under the direction of Luigi Mazzoleni. Following a major renovation, the 3.000 square foot space has three exhibitions spaces across two floors and private viewing rooms. Like the eponymous gallery in Torino, founded in 1986, Mazzoleni Art will continue to present curatorial programme focused on museum calibre Post-War Italian Art and Arte Povera, working in close collaboration with artists' estates and foundations. Artists: • Afro Basaldella • Alighiero Boetti • Agostino Bonalumi • Alberto Burri • Pier-Paolo Calzolari • Giuseppe Capogrossi • Enrico Castellani • Dadamaino • Lucio Fontana • Piero Manzoni • Mario Merz • Giulio Paolini • Michelangelo Pistoletto • Arnaldo Pomodoro • Paolo Scheggi • Emilio Vedova
Merville Galleries Ltd
Church House, Stopham, Pulborough, West Sussex, RH20 1EG, UK
Works in stock by: Craigie Aitchison Anthony Caro Peter Blake Paul Feiler Katie Pratt Patrick Procktor Alan Reynolds
Michael Tollemache Fine Art
43 Duke Street St. James's, London, SW1Y 6DD, England/United Kingdom
Aivasovsky, Ivan K; Baburen, Dirk van; Bellotto, Bernardo; Bogdani, Jacob; Breughel, Jan I; Breughel, Jan II; Briullov, Carl; Canaletto, Giovanni A; Carracci, Annibale; Carracci, Lodovico; Constable, John; Cranach, Lucas; de Laszlo, Phillip; Van Dyck, Anthony; Gainsborough, Thomas; Grant, Francis; Greuze, Jean Baptiste; Guardi, Francesco; Heemskerk, Martin van; Herring, John Snr.; Korovine, Konstantin; Landseer, Edwin; Lely, Peter; Marrieschi, Michele; Millais, John Everett; Moore, Albert; Moore, Henry; Morland, George; Morland, Henry; Perugini, Charles; Raden Saleh; Raeburn, Henry; Reynolds, Joshua; Scheffer, Ary; Spencer-Stanhope, John; Stubbs, George; Tamm, Franz Werner von; Teniers, David; Turner, Joseph M W; Winterhalter, Franz-Xaver; Wright of Derby, Joseph.
Michael Werner Gallery UK Ltd
22 Upper Brook Street, London, W1K 7PZ, UK
Gallery Artists: Hurvin Anderson Georg Baselitz Marcel Broodthaers James Lee Byars Aaron Curry Enrico David Peter Doig Jörg Immendorff Per Kirkeby Eugène Leroy Markus Lüpertz Ernst Wilhelm Nay A.R. Penck Sigmar Polke Don Van Vliet Michael Williams Works by: Hans Arp Joseph Beuys Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Wilhelm Lehmbruck Piero Manzoni Francis Picabia Kurt Schwitters
Michelle D' Souza Fine Art
First Floor, 55a Welbeck Street, London, W1G 9XQ, UK
Moretti Fine Art Ltd
2a - 6 Ryder Street, St James's, London, SW1Y 6QB, UK
Mullany
16 Carlisle Mansions, Carlisle Place, London, SW1P 1HX, England
Mullany specialises in Haute Epoque fine art with an emphasis on continental sculpture, works of art, furniture and complementary old master paintings dating from 1200 – 1700. Our primary focus is medieval and renaissance sculpture. We are driven by the search for objects of the finest quality, rarity and provenance. Inspired by the emotional response a work of art elicits, every piece is selected carefully for its capacity to enrich the lives of those who possess it. We seek to source the extraordinary for discerning clientele. As long time collectors before establishing the business, directors Nicholas and Angela Mullany appreciate both the emotional and financial investment each purchase involves. Meticulous attention to detail, complete discretion and a personalised individual service are the hallmarks of our approach. We aim to ensure every client celebrates the addition to their collection and derives complete satisfaction and confidence in the sale process. We welcome the connoisseur and the curious to view our collection on line and by appointment in London and to visit our exhibitions at major international art and antiques fairs. We exhibit around the globe including at Masterpiece London, Master Drawings & Sculpture Week London, BRAFA (Brussels Antiques & Fine Arts Fair), the Biennale des Antiquaires Paris, the Biennale Internazionale dell’Antiquariato di Firenze and Spring Masters New York. Our services include advice on acquisition, disposal, insurance valuations, conservation and restoration, display and cataloguing. We deliver worldwide. In addition to our membership of the S.L.A.D., we are members of the B.A.D.A. (British Antique Dealers’ Association), the S.N.A. (Syndicat National des Antiquaires Négociants en Objets d'Art Tableaux anciens et modernes de France), the C.R.A.B. / K.K.A.B. (Chambre Royale des Antiquaires et des Négociants en Œuvres d’art de Belgique / Koninklijke Kamer van de Antiquairs en Kunsthandelaars van België) and the C.I.N.O.A. (Confédération Internationale des Négociants en Oeuvres d'Art). Nicholas is a member of the Executive Council of the B.A.D.A.
Neffe-Degandt
12 Abbey Gardens, London, NW8 9AT, England/United Kingdom
Nevill Keating Pictures Ltd
5 Pickering Place, St James's Street, London, SW1A 1EA, United Kingdom
New Art Centre and Sculpture Park
Roche Court, East Winterslow, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP5 1BG
New Art Centre The New Art Centre was founded in 1958. The original gallery was located in Sloane Street, London. In 1994 it was relocated to Roche Court in Wiltshire, a nineteenth-century house in parkland. The existing house and Orangery were built in 1804. Together with the grounds, Roche Court is now used as a sculpture park and educational centre where work is shown inside and out providing a survey of sculpture for the enjoyment of the public. The New Art Centre represents various artists' estates including Barbara Hepworth, Kenneth Armitage and Ian Stephenson. The gallery is the venue for a changing programme of exhibitions. All works are for sale. Gallery at Roche Court The gallery at Roche Court, designed by architect Stephen Marshall, opened in autumn 1998. It has proved to be a perfect addition to the park and has won six architectural awards including the RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize for best small building. Artists House at Roche Court Following the success of the award-winning gallery, the New Art Centre commissioned Stephen Marshall to design a small contemporary house situated in a courtyard at Roche Court. We have taken as our model Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, one of the most inspiring small museums in the world. The aim is to provide a space for the display of domestic scale works of art. The Artists House can be viewed by appointment. The Roche Court Educational Trust The Trust was founded in 2005 and grew out of our education programme, which was launched in 2001 as the result of a growing demand to experience contemporary sculpture first hand. Responding to the educational needs of our audience, we have evolved a variety of opportunities for both teachers and students. Our education programme connects internationally acclaimed artists with teachers and art students and is aimed at encouraging an increasing number of people of every age to enjoy, appreciate and understand the sculpture at Roche Court as part of their cultural heritage. Artists: • Kenneth Armitage • Phyllida Barlow • Anthony Caro • Fernando Casasempere • Keith Coventry • Michael Craig-Martin • Edmund de Waal • Richard Deacon • Barry Flanagan • Laura Ford • Antony Gormley • Graham Gussin • Barbara Hepworth • John Hubbard • Des Hughes • Allen Jones • Kim Lim • Richard Long • Henry Moore • Paul Morrison • Johannes Nagel • David Nash • Vicken Parsons • Simon Periton • John Pfahl • Nicholas Pope • Peter Randall-Page • Ceri Richards • Bridget Riley • Eva Rothschild • Conrad Shawcross • Gavin Turk • Mark Wallinger • Alison Wilding • Bill Woodrow • WoodrowDeacon • Clare Woods • Toby Ziegler
Offer Waterman
17 St George Street, London, W1S 1FJ
Offer Waterman opened his first gallery space in Chelsea, London in 1996. Now based in a five-storey building in the heart of Mayfair, the gallery has developed an international following for its exceptional 20th Century and Contemporary art. Previously the historic William Morris & Co showroom, the new gallery at St. George Street provides a reposeful and understated exhibition space on three floors, with a library and research centre on the fourth. The gallery's experienced and approachable team are dedicated to helping collectors, at all levels, develop remarkable and individual art collections. Offer Waterman places considerable importance on the production and delivery of historical exhibitions. From Frank Auerbach, Early Works in 2012, to the 2015 presentation of David Hockney, Early Drawings, the gallery is committed to supporting and developing its field of expertise. Offer Waterman is a benefactor of museums and arts organizations and has provided support to numerous museum exhibitions. As the gallery approaches its twentieth year, our primary aim remains the same - the sourcing and presentation of exceptional works of art. We are continually expanding our inventory, over the coming years we hope to offer an innovative exhibition programme which will complement our participation at the major international art fairs. Services • Considered and personalised purchase or sale strategies for private, corporate and institutional collections. • Private and insider advice on the purchase of art at auction. • Valuations for the purpose of sale, insurance, probate, estate and inheritance tax. • Curatorial services, including advice and assistance with the conservation, framing, display and lighting works of art. • One to one museum tours to gather curiosity and ideas to form a private collection. • Advice to institutions seeking to de-accession and handling artworks from their collections. Artists • A Adams, RobertAdler, JankelAgar, EileenAitchison, CraigieAlbers, JosephAllen, RichardAndrews, MichaelAndrews, SybilArmitage, KennethAuerbach, Frank • B Bacon, FrancisBanting, JohnBarker, CliveBarns-Graham, WilhelminaBell, TrevorBevan, RobertBevan, TonyBlake, PeterBlow, SandraBomberg, DavidBoyle FamilyBoyle, MarkBratby, JohnBrill, ReginaldBrockhurst, Gerald LeslieBrooker, WilliamBurra, EdwardButler, Reg • C Caro, AnthonyCaulfield, PatrickChadwick, LynnClough, PrunellaCohen, BernardColdstream, WilliamCollins, CecilColquhoun, RobertCoper, HansCoventry, KeithCraig-Martin, MichaelCraxton, John • D Dalwood, DexterDavie, AlanDegas, EdgarDenny, RobynDobson, FrankDoig, Peter • E Eardley, JoanEpstein, JacobEurich, Richard • F Feiler, PaulFell, SheilaFergusson, John DuncanFlanagan, BarryFreud, LucianFrink, ElisabethFrost, TerryFry, Roger • G Gabo, NaumGallacio, AnyaGaudier-Brzeska, HenriGertler, MarkGilbert and GeorgeGill, EricGilman, HaroldGinner, CharlesGolding, JohnGore, Spencer FrederickGowing, LawrenceGrant, DuncanGreaves, Walter • H Hambling, MaggiHamilton, RichardHeath, AdrianHepworth, BarbaraHeron, PatrickHill, AnthonyHiller, SusanHillier, TristramHilton, RogerHirst, DamienHitchens, IvonHockney, DavidHodgkin, EliotHodgkin, Sir HowardHoyland, John • J Jackson, ArthurJohn, AugustusJohn, GwenJones, AllenJones, DavidJones, Sarah • K Kelley, DiarmuidKennington, EricKinley, PeterKitaj, R.B.Kossoff, Leon • L Landy, MichaelLanyon, PeterLatham, JohnLaw, BobLewis, WyndhamLin, RichardLong, RichardLowry, Laurence Stephen • M MacBryde, RobertMartin, JasonMartin, KennethMartin, MaryMcWilliam, F.E.Meadows, BernardMedley, RobertMellis, MargaretMeninsky, BernardMiddleditch, EdwardMilow, KeithMinton, JohnMoore, HenryMorris, CedricMoss, MarlowMoynihan, Rodrigo • N Nakashima, GeorgeNash, JohnNash, PaulNevinson, C.R.W.Newton, AlgernonNicholson, BenNicholson, WilliamNicholson, Winifred • O Ofili, Chris • P Paolozzi, EduardoPasmore, VictorPenrose, RolandPerry, GraysonPhillips, PeterPicasso, PabloPiper, JohnPotter, MaryPryde, James • R Redpath, AnneRego, PaulaReynolds, AlanRichards, CeriRie, LucieRiley, BridgetRoberts, WilliamRodin, Auguste • S Scott, WilliamScully, SeanSelf, ColinShapinsky, HaroldSickert, Walter RichardSkeaping, JohnSmith, MatthewSmith, RichardSpear, RuskinSpencer, StanleyStephenson, IanStephenson, John CecilSutherland, Graham • T Tilson, JoeTower, JamesTrevelyan, JulianTucker, WilliamTunnard, JohnTurnbull, WilliamTurner, J.M.W. • U Uglow, EuanUnderwood, Leon • V Vaughan, Keith • W Walker, JohnWallis, AlfredWells, JohnWhistler, James McNeillWhiteread, RachelWilding, AlisonWilling, VictorWolfe, EdwardWolmark, AlfredWood, ChristopherWynter, Bryan • Y Yeats, Jack B
Oliver Shuttleworth Fine Art Ltd
Suite 183, 8 Shepherd Market, London, W1J 7JY
Oliver Shuttleworth Fine Art advises on the sale and acquisition of fine paintings and sculpture at auction or privately, via auction houses, dealers or galleries. We offer a bespoke, personalised and professional service to ensure that the process of any acquisition or sale is completed to the highest standard. Most importantly we make collecting and selling works of art an easy and enjoyable experience.
Omer Tiroche Contemporary Art
21 Conduit Street, london, W1S 2XP
Artists include: • Ghada Amer • Banksy • Miquel Barcelo • Jean-Michel Basquiat • Cecily Brown • Alexander Calder • John Chamberlain • Jean Dubuffet • Zeng Fanzhi • Lucio Fontana • Sam Francis • Adrian Ghenie • Subodh Gupta • Keith Haring • Damien Hirst • David Hockney • Anish Kapoor • Anselm Kiefer • Willem de Kooning • Janis Kounellis • Yayoi Kusama • Robert Longo • Piero Manzoni • Joan Mitchell • Vik Muniz • Takashi Murakami • Yoshitomo Nara • Yan Pei Ming • Jaume Plensa • Sigmar Polke • Richard Prince • Gerhard Richter • Niki de Saint Phalle • Frank Stella • Rudolf Stingel • Hiroshi Sugimoto • Mark Tansey • Gunther Uecker • Lee Ufan • Joana Vasconcelos • Andy Warhol • Ai Weiwei • Tom Wesselmann • Franz West • Christopher Wool • Zao Wou Ki
Ordovas
25 Savile Row, London, W1S 2ER, UK
1. Francis Bacon 2. Julio González 3. Anthony Caro 4. Pablo Picasso 5. David Smith 6. Alexander Calder 7. Lucian Freud 8. Auguste Rodin 9. Eduardo Chillida 10. Frank Auerbach 11. Paul Gauguin 12. Joan Miro 13. Jeff Koons 14. Jean-Michel Basquiat 15. Louise Bourgeois 16. Damien Hirst 17. Salvador Dali 18. Peter Doig 19. Barbara Hepworth 20. Carl Andre 21. Marc Chagall 22. Alberto Giacometti 23. Vincent van Gogh 24. Fernand Leger 25. Edgar Degas 26. David Hockney 27. Jasper Johns 28. Donald Judd 29. Anis Kapoor 30. Willem de Kooning 31. Paul Delvaux 32. Leon Kosssoff 33. Roy Lichtenstein 34. Kasimir Malevich 35. Agnes Martin 36. Henri Matisse 37. Amedeo Modigliani 38. Henry Moore 39. Edvard Munch 40. Barnett Newman 41. Jackson Pollock 42. Gerhard Richter 43. Bridget Riley 44. Mark Rothko 45. Jenny Saville 46. Richard Serra 47. Cindy Sherman 48. Yves Tanguy 49. Antoni Tapies 50. Andy Warhol 51. Paul Cezanne
Osborne Samuel
23a Bruton Street, London, W1J 6QG, England/United Kingdom
20th Century Sculpture, Paintings, Drawings and Prints. British Contemporary Paintings, Sculpture and Ceramics. Specialists in the work of Henry Moore and Lynn Chadwick List of Artists: A • Abbott, Berenice • Adams, Robert • Afsoon • Agar, Eileen • Aitchison, Craigie • Alexander, Jesse • Allchurch, Emily • Anderson, James • Andres, Holly • Andrews, Sybil • Appel, Karel • Ardizzone, Edward • Armitage, Kenneth • Art, Modern • Atget, Eugene • Atkeson, Ray • Auerbach, Frank • Ayrton, Michael B • Baldus • Banting, John • Bawden, Edward • Beaton, Cecil • Beaumont, Leonard • Bell, Vanessa • Bell, Trevor • Bhattacharya, Madhuban • Blackadder, Elizabeth • Blackburn, John • Blackmon, Julie • Blampied, Edmund • Blau, Justine • Bomberg, David • Boubat, Edouard • Bourke-White, Margaret • Boyle Family, The • Braham, Philip • Brancusi, Constantin • Brandt, Bill • Brassai • Bratby, John • Burke, Peter • Burns, Brendan • Burra, Edward • Burton, Richmond • Burtynsky, Edward • Butler, Reg C • Cadenet, Alexander • Cagnoni, Romano • Calder, Alexander • Cameron, John • Cameron, Julia • Carter, John • Caulfield, Patrick • Chadwick, Lynn • Chambers, Stephen • Chandra, Avinash • Charbonnier, Jean-Philippe • Chillida, Eduardo • Chowdury, Jogen • Clapcott, Helen • Clough, Prunella • Collishaw, Mat • Colquhoun, Robert • Constantine, David • Copley, John • Corr, Christopher • Cox, Stephen • Cragg, Tony • Craxton, John D • Dannatt, George (31) • Danziger, Nick (1) • Danziger, Nick (41) • Darehbaghi, Morteza (6) • Davidson, Bruce (3) • Derakshani, Reza (1) • Derges, Susan (13) • Dickson, Jane (1) • Dine, Jim (10) • Doisneau, Robert (1) E • Eby, Kerr (10) • Empel, Rudd (2) • Evans, Walker (2) F • Farrell, David (51) • Feiler, Paul (8) • Field, Jonathan (1) • Fischli, Peter & Weiss, David (1) • Fishwick, Clifford (1) • Flach, Tim (122) • Flight, Claude (2) • Fookes, Ursula (1) • Francis, Mark (4) • Francis, Sam (2) • Fraser, Eric (1) • Freud, Lucian (4) • Frink, Elisabeth (11) • Frost, Terry (9) G • Gardin, Gianni (1) • Gauguin, Paul (1) • Giacomelli, Mario (1) • Gidal, Tim (1) • Gigli, Ormond (1) • Gill, Eric (2) • Gillespie, Anna (1) • Goldin, Nan (2) • Golding, John (8) • Gormley, Antony (1) • Grant, Duncan (2) • Gray, Gustave (1) • Grierson, Ronald (2) H • Hadcock, Charles (2) • Halsman, Philippe (1) • Hamilton Fraser, Donald (7) • Hardy, Bert (1) • Hastings, Gerard (21) • Hayter, Stanley (27) • Heath, Adrian (4) • Hecht, Joseph (2) • Henry, Sean (92) • Hepworth, Barbara (10) • Herman, Josef (2) • Heron, Patrick (5) • Hilton, Roger (5) • Hine, Lewis (2) • Hirst, Damien (3) • Hitchens, Ivon (1) • Hockney, David (7) • Hodgkin, Howard (3) • Hopkins, Thurston (2) • Horst, Horst (5) • Hoyland, John (1) • Hughes, Malcolm (23) • Hughes, Philip (8) • Humphrey, Mark (45) • Hurley, Frank (5) • Husain, M (1) I • Ingham, Bryan (16) • Iranna, G.R. 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(1) • Lowe, Peter (5) M • MacBryde, Robert (1) • Mackenzie, Alexander (1) • Maclaurin, Robert (20) • MacLean, Alex (3) • Magill, Elizabeth (4) • Maier, Vivian (10) • Mapplethorpe, Robert (2) • Martin, Kenneth (2) • Martin, Mary (1) • Mayne, Roger (3) • McBean, Angus (1) • McCurry, Steve (2) • Meadows, Bernard (2) • Mellis, Margaret (1) • Minton, John (3) • Miro, Joan (3) • Misrach, Richard (4) • Mitchell, Denis (3) • Mitoraj, Igor (1) • Moffatt, Tracy (2) • Moore, Henry (147) • Morath, Inge (1) • Morris, Cedric (1) N • Najjar, Michael (3) • NASA (7) • Nash, Paul (2) • Nevinson, Christopher (41) • Newis, Barry (2) • Newton, Helmut (3) • Nicholson, Ben (11) • Nicholson, Winifred (1) O • Ofili, Chris (1) • Olsen, John (10) • Opie, Julian (1) P • Pacheco, Ana (49) • Padamsee, Akbar (18) • Paolozzi, Eduardo (3) • Parekh, Manisha (5) • Parekh, Manu (15) • Parkinson, Norman (1) • Parr, Martin (1) • Partyka, Justin (35) • Paschke, Ed (1) • Pasmore, Victor (23) • Penn, Irving (5) • Penone, Giuseppe (1) • Perry, Grayson (1) • Picasso, Pablo (1) • Piper, John (9) • Ponting, Herbert (4) • Pope, Terry (13) • Power, Andrew (2) • Power, Cyril (47) • Procktor, Patrick (4) • Pye, William (21) Q • Quill, Sarah (2) • Quinn, Marc (12) R • Rae, Behrouz (4) • Rankin (1) • Ravilious, Eric (6) • Ray, Man (1) • Raza, Sayed (1) • Reynolds, Alan (5) • Richards, Ceri (1) • Rieser, Dolf (1) • Riley, Bridget (1) • Roberts, William (3) • Rodin, Auguste (1) • Ronis, Willy (9) • Rooney, Mick (3) • Roth, Yoram (3) • Rothenstein, Michael (37) • Rouault, Georges (3) • Ryder, Sophie (148) • Ryder, Sophie (14) S • Sacco, Graciela (23) • Salgado, Sebastiao (1) • Scott, Mary (1) • Scott, William (17) • Sedgley, Peter (1) • Serrano, Andres (1) • Shah, Himmat (2) • Siskind, Aaron (1) • Smith, Percy (3) • Snelling, Tracey (14) • Snowdon (3) • Souza, F (16) • Spektor, Yvonne (19) • Spencer, Stanley (1) • Spowers, Ethel (1) • Steele, Jeffrey (21) • Steichen, Edward (3) • Steinlen (1) • Storrier, Tim (5) • Sultan, Donald (5) • Sutherland, Graham (5) • Sutton, Philip (1) • Sviatchenko, Sergei (1) T • Tandy, John (17) • Tapies, Antoni (1) • Tavormina, Paulette (2) • Thorarinsdottir, Steinunn (35) • Tilson, Joe (1) • Trevelyan, Julian (3) • Tschudi, Lill (20) • Tunnard, John (2) • Turnbull, William (1) U • Upia, Stella (1) V • Vaughan, Keith (30) • Venet, Bernar (1) W • Wadsworth, Edward (18) • Wells, John (4) • Weston, Edward (1) • Whishaw, Anthony (18) • Whiteread, Rachel (2) • Williams, John (5) • Wilson, Hugo (6) • Wilson, Robert (1) • Wolf, Michael (3) • Wonnacott, John (1) • Wotruba, Fritz (1) • Wunderlich, Paul (1) • Wyatt, Colin (4) • Wynter, Bryan (2)
Paisnel Gallery
9 Bury Street, St James's, London, SW1Y 6AB, England/United Kingdom
Trevor Bell, Sandra Blow, Martin Bradley, Max Chapman,Robert Clatworthy,Bernard Cohen, John Copnall, Alan Davie, Paul Feiler, Terry Frost, Patrick Heron, Ivon Hitchens, Peter Lanyon, Alexander Mackenzie, John Minton,Denis Mitchell, Paul Mount, John Piper, Alan Reynolds, Frank Avray Wilson, Bryan Wynter
Pangolin London Ltd
Kings Place, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG, UK
Artists Represented: Anthony Abrahams David Bailey Bruce Beasley Reg Butler Ralph Brown Jon Buck Lynn Chadwick Ann Christopher Geoffrey Clarke Michael Cooper Terence Coventry Steve Dilworth Zachary Eastwood-Bloom Abigail Fallis Damien Hirst Michael Joo Jonathan Kenworthy Philip King Bryan Kneale Jeff Lowe Briony Marshall Anita Mandl Charlotte Mayer Edward Paolozzi Breon O’Casey Carl Plackman William Pye Peter Randall-Page Merete Rasmussen Almuth Tebbenhoff William Tucker
Paragon / Contemporary Editions Ltd
6 Wetherby Gardens, London, SW5 0JN, United Kingdom
Darren Almond, Kai Althoff, Hurvin Anderson, Georg Baselitz, Victor Burgin, Gillian Carnegie, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Alan Charlton, Nigel Cooke, Michael Craig-Martin, Ken Currie, Grenville Davey, Alan Davie, Richard Deacon, Peter Doig, Tracey Emin, Hamish Fulton, Terry Frost, Antony Gormley, Eberhard Havekost, Patrick Heron, John Hilliard, Damien Hirst, Shirazeh Houshiary, Gary Hume, Anish Kapoor, Michael Landy, Langlands and Bells, Christopher LeBrun, Richard Long, Will Maclean, Elizabeth Magill, Bruce McLean, Ian McKeever, Lisa Milroy, Sarah Morris, Paul Morrison, Chris Ofili, Therese Oulton, Grayson Perry, Marc Quinn, George Shaw, Georgina Starr, Sam Taylor-Wood, Gavin Turk, Corinne Wasmuht, Richard Wathen, Gillian Wearing, Rachel Whiteread, Max Wigram, Adrian Wisniewski, Bill Woodrow, Thomas Zipp
Patrick Heide Contemporary Art
11 Church Street, London, NW8 8EE
Piacenti Art Gallery Ltd
10 Georgian House, 10 Bury Street, St James's, London, SW1Y 6AA, UK
Giovanni Bilivert Domenico Beccafumi Giovanni Battista Gaulli called Baciccio Pietro Ricchi Andrea Locatelli Giovanni Martinelli Giovanni Antonio Pellegrini Bartolomeo Passerotti Sebastiano Ricci Bernardo Strozzi Alessandro Tiarini Gaetano Gandolfi Michele Desubleo Benedetto Gennari Prospero Fontana Lazzaro Baldi Pietro Faccini Francesco Rustici Jacopo Chimenti called Jacopo da Empoli Mariotto Albertinelli Adrien Van Utrecht Giorgio Vasari Giuseppe Bezzuoli Santi di Tito Pier Dandini Paolo da Visso Spinello Aretino Mirabello Cavalori Bartolomeo Traballesi Jacopo Vignali Pier Francesco Mola Paolo Veneziano Justus Sustermans Cristoforo Munari Pier Francesco Mazzucchelli called Morazzone Francesco Fracanzano Antonio Joli Giovanni Battista Salvi called Sassoferrato Trophime Bigot Giovanni Francesco Barbieri called Guercino Francesco Albotto Giovanni Battista Naldini Carlo Portelli Francesco di Vannuccio Jacopo del Sellaio Gianlorenzo Bernini Neri di Bicci Desiderio da Settignano Daniele Crespi Carlo Dolci Leonardo Grazia Master of Osservanza Agnolo di Domenico di Donnino called Mazziere Jacopo Foschi Francesco Bachiacca Jacopo del Casentino Taddeo di Bartolo Giuseppe Zocchi Domenico Fetti Giambattista Piazzetta Jacopo Amigoni Giambattista Tiepolo Albertino Piazza da Lodi Giovanni Baglione Federico Barocci Hendrick Ter Burgghen Alessandro Rosi Fabrizio Boschi Simone Cantarini Annibale Carracci Antonio Carracci Ludovico Carracci Francesco Cozza Cavalier D’Arpino Jusepe de Ribera Simone Pignoni Cesare Dandini Vincenzo Dandini Lorenzo Lotto Palma Vecchio Antiveduto Gramatica Bernardo Cavallino Francesco Solimena Francesco de Mura Pietro Paolini Mattia Preti Domenico Puligo Guido Reni Théodor Rombouts Titian Claude Joseph Vernet Simon Vouet
Piano Nobile
129 Portland Road, London, W11 4LW, England/United Kingdom
Modern and Contemporary British and International Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture
Pippy Houldsworth Gallery
6 Heddon Street, London, W1B 4BT
Artists: • Daniel Arsham • Clem Crosby • Francesca DiMattio • Neil Farber • Rachel Goodyear • Mary Kelly • Martin Kobe • Tania Kovats • Yuken Teruya • Carrie Mae Weems
Portland Gallery
8 Bennett Street, London, SW1A 1RP, England/United Kingdom
Founded in 1984 by Tom Hewlett, Portland Gallery is one of London's leading Art Galleries dealing in Modern British and Contemporary paintings. A particular specialisation is the work of the Scottish Colourists, S J Peploe, F C B Cadell, George Leslie Hunter and J D Fergusson and their immediate followers including Anne Redpath and John Maclauchlan Milne. Among the Estates which we represent are those of Mary Fedden, Edward Seago, F C B Cadell and John Maclauchlan Milne. We represent more than 20 contemporary painters and sculptors including Archie Forrest, Gary Bunt, Paul Rafferty, Nicholas Hely Hutchinson, Gordon Mitchell, Oliver Akers Douglas, David Spiller, Marzia Colonna, Frances Macdonald, and David Williams-Ellis. Artists include: F C B Cadell J D Fergusson George Leslie Hunter John Maclauchlan Milne S J Peploe Craigie Aitchison Elizabeth Violet Blackadder Peter Brook Fred Cuming Stanley Cursiter Alan Davie Joan Eardley Mary Fedden William Gear William Gillies Sir Herbert James Gunn Patrick Heron Tristram Hillier James Kay Alan Lowndes William MacTaggart Donald McIntyre Alberto Morrocco Leon Morrocco Winifred Nicholson Charles Oppenheimer Robin Philipson John Piper Anne Redpath Anne Estelle Rice Edward Seago Julian Trevelyan Edward Wadsworth Prunella Clough Robyn Denny Merlyn Evans Paul Feiler Adrian Heath Ivon Hitchens John Hoyland Malcolm Hughes Michael Kidner Ben Nicholson John Plumb Vera Spencer Michael Tyzack Nick Botting Gary Bunt Oona Campbell Alexander Creswell George Devlin Oliver Akers Douglas Mary Anne Aytoun Ellis Archie Forrest Andrew George Jane Hewlett Ian Houston Nicholas Hely Hutchinson Vusi Khumalo Frances Macdonald Jock MacInnes Sophie Macpherson John Miller Gordon Mitchell Martin Mooney John Pawle Paul Rafferty Michael Scott Glen Scouller Ronald F. Smith David Spiller Jack Vettriano Kirsty Wither Elisabeth Frink Philip Jackson Jonathan Kenworthy Dylan Lewis Chadwick, Lynn Brian Wall David Williams-Ellis
Rafael Valls Ltd
11 Duke Street, St James's, London, SW1Y 6BN, England
Richard Nagy Ltd
22 Old Bond Street, London, W1S 4PY, England/United Kingdom
Francis Bacon Max Beckmann Heinrich Campendonk Otto Dix James Ensor Lyonel Feininger Lucian Freud Alberto Giacometti George Grosz Erich Heckel Karl Hubbuch Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Gustav Klimt Oskar Kokoschka Alfred Kubin Wilhelm Lehmbruck Henri Matisse George Minne Emil Nolde Hermann Max Pechstein Anton Peschka Pablo Picasso Odilon Redon Auguste Rodin Christian Schad Egon Schiele Rudolf Schlichter Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Stanley Spencer
Richard Osborn Fine Art
Ormond House, 3 Duke of York Street, London, SW1Y 6JP, UK
Robilant + Voena
38 Dover Street, London, W1S 4NL, England/United Kingdom
ROBILANT+VOENA deal in fine art from the fifteenth century to the twenty first, encompassing Old Masters and nineteenth century painting, classic modern, Italian post-war and contemporary art. Reflecting this breadth of specialism, critically acclaimed exhibitions at the gallery have included shows on Antonio Joli and Gaspar van Wittel; as well as surveys of Italian artists such as Lucio Fontana, Paolo Scheggi and Agostino Bonalumi. Artists: Guido Reni, Luca Carlevarjs, Michele Marieschi, Gianantonio Guardi, Francesco Guardi, Giovanni Antonio Canale Canaletto, Sebastiano Ricci, Gaetano Gandolfi, Bernardo Bellotto, Bernardo Cavallino, Luca Giordano, Giuseppe Ribera, Elisabeth Vigee le Brun, Heindrick van Lint, Gaspare Vanvitelli, Antonio Canova, Gustave Courbet, Jean Baptiste Camille Corot, George Romney, Ippolito Caffi, Andy Warhol, Julian Schnabel, Francis Bacon, Giorgio Morandi, Lucio Fontana, William Turner, Carlo Dolci Franz Xavier Winterhalter, James Tissot, Francois Marius Granet, Antonio Joli, Jacopo Bassano, Palma Giovane, Thomas Patch, Tiziano Vecellio, Alvise Vivarini, Nicolas de Largilliere, Peter Breughel the younger, Jacob Philip Hackert, Bernardo Strozzi, Bernardino Luini, Andrea Solario, Glynn Philpot, Jean Baptiste Greuze, Jean Honore Fragonard.
Rossi & Rossi Ltd
27 Dover Street, London, W1S 4LZ, UK
Rossi & Rossi Ltd was founded in London in 1985 by Anna Maria Rossi who has more than 40 years experience in the field. In 1988 Anna Maria was joined by her son Fabio and together they have established a world-wide reputation as leading dealers in antique works in the field of Indian, Himalayan and South East Asian Art. Rossi & Rossi’s clients include distinguished private collectors as well as many major museums worldwide among them the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, the Tokyo National Museum, the Louvre Abu Dhabi and the Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney. Since 2005, Rossi & Rossi has regularly held exhibitions of Asian contemporary artists, with a particular focus on Tibet. These cutting-edge exhibitions have received critical acclaim and have resulted in the gallery having an instrumental role in the development of major and ground-breaking museum shows, including Tradition Transformed at the Rubin Musueum of Art, New York, and Anonymous at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at the State University of New York at New Paltz, the Fleming Museum of Art at the University of Vermont, and the Queens Museum, New York. In 2010, Rossi & Rossi was the first dealer to host a commercial exhibition of Himalayan art in Beijing in collaboration with a noted Chinese expert. In order to expand its reach in the emerging Asian market Rossi & Rossi opened a gallery in Hong Kong in 2013. Rossi & Rossi is a member of SLAD (Society of London Art Dealers) and was a founder member of Asian Art in London (AAL) in 1998, one of the leading events in the city’s art calendar, with Fabio Rossi serving as Director for several years. Rossi & Rossi also participates at international art fairs such as the TEFAF Maastricht, Fine Art Asia, Hong Kong and Art Basel Hong Kong. The majority of Rossi & Rossi’s exhibitions are accompanied by fully illustrated catalogues, which are written by leading scholars and art experts. In addition talks with artists, scholars and collectors are regularly held at the gallery. Artists include: • Jaishri Abichandani • Fereydoun Ave • Benchung • Konstantin Bessmertny • Bhutanese Textile Project • Faiza Butt • Caroline Chiu • Heman Chong • Lois Conner • Shane Cotton • Dedron • Heri Dono • Christopher Doyle • Gade • Naiza H. Khan • Abbas Kiarostami • Kesang Lamdark • Desheng Ma • Erbossyn Meldibekov • Nortse • Tsering Nyandak • Tenzing Rigdol • Leang Seckon • Tsherin Sherpa • Tsewang Tashi • Palden Weinreb • Nicole Wong
Sadie Coles HQ
62 Kingly Street London, London, W1B 5QN, England
Sadie Coles HQ focuses on presenting the work of established and emerging international artists. The gallery's inaugural exhibition of new paintings by American painter John Currin was mounted in parallel to a show by British artist Sarah Lucas, The Law, in St John Street. This established the international dimension of the gallery's programme. Sadie Coles HQ has operated from a variety of distinctive spaces since its inception, as well as mounting off-site projects in different locations. In September 2013, a 10,000 sq ft gallery opened in London’s West End with an exhibition of new works by American painter Ryan Sullivan. Artists include: Carl Andre Michele Abeles Uri Aran Darren Bader Matthew Barney Dirk Bell Avner Ben-Gal Frank Benson John Bock Don Brown Marvin Gaye Chetwynd Steven Claydon William N. Copley Adriano Costa John Currin Sam Durant Shannon Ebner Angus Fairhurst Urs Fischer Florian Hecker Georg Herold Jonathan Horowitz David Korty Gabriel Kuri Jim Lambie Hilary Lloyd Sarah Lucas Helen Marten Victoria Morton Laura Owens Simon Periton Raymond Pettibon Elizabeth Peyton Richard Prince Ugo Rondinone Wilhelm Sasnal Gregor Schneider Daniel Sinsel Andreas Slominski Christiana Soulou Rudolf Stingel Ryan Sullivan Nicola Tyson Paloma Varga Weisz TJ Wilcox Jordan Wolfson Andrea Zittel
Simon Lee
12 Berkeley Street, London, W1J 8DT, England/United Kingdom
• John M Armleder • Mel Bochner • Alighiero e Boetti • Angela Bulloch • Merlin Carpenter • Larry Clark • James Coleman • George Condo • Sarah Crowner • Dexter Dalwood • Jeff Elrod • Matias Faldbakken • Hans-Peter Feldmann • Bernard Frize • Ran Huang • Alex Hubbard • Yun Hyong-Keun • Donald Judd • Sherrie Levine • Daido Moriyama • Paulina Olowska • David Ostrowski • Claudio Parmiggiani • João Penalva • Mai-Thu Perret • Michelangelo Pistoletto • Josephine Pryde • Jim Shaw • Gary Simmons • Hugh Scott-Douglas • Valerie Snobeck • Marnie Weber • Christopher Wool • Toby Ziegler • Jeff Zilm • Heimo Zobernig
Simon C Dickinson Ltd
58 Jermyn Street, London, SW1Y 6LX, England/United Kingdom
Dickinson has become a world leader in the international art market with an unrivalled reputation for quality and discretion. As pioneers in the market for private treaty sales, we specialise in providing an alternative to buying and selling at auction, negotiating purchases and sales on a commission basis. Established in 1993 by Simon Dickinson, formerly Senior Director of Christie's Old Master & British Pictures, and David Ker, a dealer in 18th and 19th Century British Pictures, the firm rapidly established itself as a leading London dealership for Old Master and British Paintings. In 1995 Dickinson branched into Impressionist and Modern Art under the direction of James Roundell, previously Head of Christie's Impressionist & Modern Department. The next generation of Directors at Dickinson has broadened the company's profile. Emma Ward runs the company and handles Impressionist and Modern Art. Roxana Bruno runs Dickinson's New York Gallery, covering all fields of the company's activities in North and South America. Heinrich zu Hohenlohe heads the German division of Dickinson from Berlin, liaising with institutions and private collectors in all departments. The strength and breadth of our team enables Dickinson to offer a wealth of knowledge and experience. With unparalleled access to the great collections of Britain, Europe and America, we provide a unique service for individuals and institutions wishing to acquire or sell artworks of exceptional quality. In addition, our consultants Lord Hindlip (Chairman of Christie's, 1986-2002), and Sir Timothy Clifford (Director of the National Galleries of Scotland, 1984-2006) further our market reach and academic standing. Dickinson has increased its strong international presence with Marie-Lucie Bisiaux consulting for the company in Paris, and Cornelia Pallavicini, formerly a Christie's Director, developing the firm's business connections in Switzerland and Italy. We pride ourselves on our discretion and professionalism. We have access to many of the best collections in private hands, facilitating sales by private treaty on behalf of families, private collectors, institutions, foundations and museums, away from the glare of the salerooms. We are happy to assist with the sale of a single great work of art or entire collections and estates, and our considerable experience enables us to navigate the multiple aspects of buying and selling artworks which can be an overwhelming process. Artists include: Bacon, Blake, Bellotto, Burri, Canaletto, Cezanne, Constable, Degas, Fontana, Gainsborough, Giacometti, Gonzalez, Guardi, Guercino, Gnoli, Hamilton, Judd, Kiefer, Landseer, Lawrence, Magritte, Matisse, Miro, Monet, Murillo, Picasso, Pissarro, Reni, Renoir, Reynolds, Richter, Riley, Rodin, Ruisdael, Sisley, Stubbs, Titian, Turner, Van Gogh, Vernet.
Simon Theobald Ltd
16 Savile Row, Beddington Suite, First Floor, London, W1S 3PL, England/United Kingdom
Baumeister, Beckmann, Grosz, Heckel, Kirchner, Pechstein, Schmidt-Rottluff, Dali, Giacometti, Gris, Modigliani, Monet, Picasso, Pissarro, Renoir, Hockney
Sims Reed Ltd.
The Economist Building, 30 Bury Street, London, SW1Y 6AU, United Kingdom
Skarstedt Gallery
23 Old Bond Street, London, W1S 4PZ, UK
Artists: Francis Bacon John Baldessari Georg Baselitz George Condo Carroll Dunham Eric Fischl Peter Fischli & David Weiss Lucio Fontana Günther Förg Keith Haring Jenny Holzer Mike Kelley Martin Kippenberger Yves Klein Barbara Kruger Louise Lawler Sherrie Levine Robert Mapplethorpe Juan Muñoz Albert Oehlen Richard Prince Thomas Schütte Cindy Sherman Rosemarie Trockel Andy Warhol Franz West Christopher Wool
Sprüth Magers
7 a Grafton Street, London, W1S 4EJ, UK
Stair Sainty Gallery
38 Dover Street, London, W1S 4NL
Stephen Friedman Gallery
25 - 28 Old Burlington Street, London, W1S 3AN, United Kingdom
Stern Pissarro Gallery
66 St James's Street, London, SW1A 1NE, England/United Kingdom
Established in 1964, the Stern Pissarro Gallery is co-owned by David Stern and Lélia Pissarro, great-granddaughter of Camille Pissarro. The gallery specializes in late 19th and 20th century European painting, including Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, School of Paris, French Post-War, Modern and contemporary works. Based in London's Mayfair art district, Stern Pissarro Gallery occupies a unique position in the global art scene, representing four generations of work by the Pissarro family, including Camille Pissarro and his five sons, followed by the third and fourth generations. Artists include: Pissarro Renoir Sisley Degas Gauguin Lebourg Loiseau Luce Picasso Braque Hayden Chagall Utrillo Vlaminck Van Dongen Pascin Riopelle Marini Leger Calder Arman Penk
Stoppenbach & Delestre Ltd
17 Ryder Street, St James's, London, SW1Y 6PY, England/United Kingdom
Robert Stoppenbach and François Delestre founded the gallery in London in 1982. It specialises in leading French artists from Barbizon, Impressionism, post-Impressionism and the Belle Epoque amongst others, spanning the 19th and early 20th century. Newly located at 17 Ryder Street, St James's, the gallery was at 25 Cork Street in the West End for 32 years. We are in close proximity to other major galleries and auction houses. Stoppenbach & Delestre has close contacts all over the world and has sold to major museums such as the National Gallery of Art, Washington, the Fine Arts Museums of San Fransisco, the Brooklyn Museum, the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, the National Gallery of Scotland, the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and the Tate Gallery, London. Robert Stoppenbach is an expert on André Derain and is a member of the Comité Derain, advising on authentification of Derain’s works. François Delestre is both the leading expert on Charles François Daubigny and sits on the board of the Comité Jongkind. The gallery participates in The European Fine Art Fair in Maastricht, the Biennale des Antiquaires in Paris and London Art Week. The gallery hosts regular exhibitions and is open for authentifications and valuations. They are members of the Society of London Art Dealers and the Syndicat National des Antiquaires. For further information please contact us by email or find us on Twitter. Artists include: Andre, Bonvin, Boudin, Corot, Daubigny, Derain, Dufy, Goeneutte,Guillaumin, Harpignies, Helleu, Lebasque, Loir, Loiseau, Luce, Moret, Signac, Truchet and Valtat amongst others
Strachan Fine Art
PO Box 50471, London, W8 9DJ, England
Thackeray Gallery
Thackeray Gallery
18 Thackeray Street,, London, W8 5ET, England/United Kingdom
Working exclusively with living British Artists, Thackeray Gallery has been trading successfully for over 48 years. Based in Kensington’s Thackeray Street, we have built an international reputation for excellence, quality, originality and uniqueness. Our Artists are very individual, highly talented and sourced from renowned Art Schools across the UK. Stylistically, the majority of our artists fall within the genres of semi-abstract, expressionist and contemporary. We have a strong eye for land and seascapes, as well as interiors and still lifes. Most importantly, each of our artists has their own signature style, making them stand apart from the masses. Our Clients are very individual too, many of whom have been collecting with us since 1968 and then passing the ‘bug’ on to the next generation. The majority of our business is ‘word of mouth’, ‘passing trade’ and continued loyalty from our long-standing clients. Where we are based, next to the delightful Kensington Square, is a local hidden gem of eclectic, one off shops and restaurants. We have been in this location since the Gallery began in 1968 – a stunning space with a warm feel – and have become a local destination over the years. Thackeray Gallery has been a Member of The Society of London Art Dealers since 1994. Artists Gordon BRYCE RSA RSW Judy BUXTON Judith CAIN Joanna CARRINGTON (1931 – 2003) Joe FAN RSA Brian FOJCIK Ralph FREEMAN Vanessa GARDINER Anthony GARRATT Iwan GWYN PARRY RCA Delphine HOGARTH Claerwen HOLLAND Michael HONNOR David KLEIN MRBS Caroline McADAM CLARK RWS Fiona McALPINE Christine McARTHUR RSA Jennifer McRAE RSA Eleri MILLS RCA Alberto MORROCCO OBE RSA RSW (1917 – 1998) Carey MORTIMER Lewis NOBLE Ann ORAM RSW Gareth PARRY RCA Phil ROGERS RCA Kate SCHURICHT Matthew SNOWDEN Ethel WALKER Sir Kyffin WILLIAMS OBE RA (1918 – 2006) Vivienne WILLIAMS
The Fine Art Society
148 New Bond Street, London, W1S 2JT, United Kingdom
The Maas Gallery Ltd
15a Clifford Street, London, W1S 4JZ, England
The Mayor Gallery
21 Cork Street, First floor, LONDON, W1S 3LZ, England/United Kingdom
Modern and Contemporary American, European and British Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture. Artists: IVOR ABRAHAMS BILLY APPLE WIFREDO ARCAY ALBERTO BIASI MARCEL BROODTHAERS BORRIS BUCAN PIER - PAOLO CALZOLARI ENRICO CASSTELLANI GIANNI COLOMBO BRUCE CONNER WALDEMAR CORDEIRO CARLOS CRUZ-DIEZ DADAMAINO JIANG DAHAI ANTONY DONALDSON herman de vries WOJCIECH FANGOR STANO FILKO LUCIO FONTANA GEGO CLAUDE GILLI JAN HENDRIKSE KEY HIRAGA LI HUASHENG ATTILA KOVACS WALTER LEBLANC RAUL LOZZA HEINZ MACK ROBERT MANGOLD CHRISTIAN MEGERT FRANCOIS MORELLET MARLOW MOSS OTTO PIENE MIRA SCHENDEL JAN SCHOONHOVEN TURI SIMETI KLAUS STAUDT SHINKICHI TAJIRI LUIS TOMASELLO GUNTHER UECKER VICTOR VASARELY NANDA VIGO CAREL VISSER GERHARD VON GRAEVENTIZ
The Redfern Gallery
20 Cork Street, London, W1S 3HL, England/United Kingdom
Adams, Robert Agar, Eileen Andrews, Sybil Armitage, Catharine Armstrong-Jones, Sarah Avray Wilson, Frank Becker, Haidee Burra, Edward Butterworth, Elizabeth Carter, John Clemson, Katie Denny, Robyn Dunn, Anne Emsley, Paul Estève, Maurice Fedden, Mary Feiler, Paul Feiler, Christine Feiler, Helen Fesenmaier, Helene Flight, Claude Frost, Sir Terry Gathorne-Hardy, Jason Gault, Annabel Gear, William Geden, Dennis Greengrass, William Groom, Mary Gross RA, Anthony Hale, Kathleen Halter, Ardyn Halter, Roman, Halter, Asnat Hayter, Stanley William Heath, Adrian Heron, Patrick Hockney, David Inlander, Henry Jackson, Kurt Jenkins, Paul Karshan, Linda Kipniss, Robert Kurtz, Catherine Lewis, Ffiona Markey, Danny Miró, Joan Morris, Sir Cedric Morris Adrian Nash, Paul Nathan, Janet Neiland, Brendan Organ, Bryan Oxtoby, David Piper, John Power, Cyril Edward Procktor, Patrick Rothenstein RA, Michael Ryan, Adrian Sedgley, Peter Self, Jo Stevens RA, Norman Sutherland, Graham Thornton RE, Valerie Tschudi, Lill Underwood, Leon Urquhart, Debbie Vaughan, Keith Vellacott, Elisabeth Wood, Christopher Wunderlich, Paul
The Pace Gallery Ltd
6 Burlington Gardens, London, W1S 3ET, UK
Thomas Dane Gallery
3 & 11 Duke Street, St James's, London, SW1Y 6BN, UK
Hurvin Anderson, Kutlug Ataman , Walead Beshty , Abraham Cruzvillegas , José Damasceno, Michel François, , Anya Gallaccio, John Gerrard , Arturo Herrera, Stefan Kürten, Luisa Lambri, Michael Landy, Glenn Ligon, Steve McQueen, Jean-Luc Moulène, Albert Oehlen, Paul Pfeiffer, Jorge Queiroz, Caragh Thuring, Kelley Walker
Thomas Gibson Fine Art
39 St James's Street, London, SW1A 1JD, UK
Frank Auerbach Francis Bacon Balthus Peter Blake Pierre Bonnard Glenn Brown Edward Burra Alexander Calder Paul Cezanne Marc Chagall Chuck Close May Cornet Richard Diebenkorn Edgar Degas Jean Dubuffet Brigid Edwards Henri Fantin-Latour Eric Fischl Lucian Freud Paul Gauguin Alberto Giacometti Juan Gris Richard Hamilton Barbara Hepworth David Hockney Jasper Johns Allen Jones Wassily Kandinsky Anselm Kiefer Martin Kippenberger Paul Klee Gustav Klimt Willem de Kooning Leon Kossoff Fernand Leger Rene Magritte Aristide Maillol Edouard Manet Marino Marini Henri Matisse Joan Miro Amedeo Modigliani Piet Mondrian Claude Monet Henry Moore Giorgio Morandi Edvard Munch Ben Nicholson Emile Nolde Chris Ofili Claus Oldenburg Pablo Picasso Camille Pissarro Jackson Pollock Auguste Renoir Gerhard Richter Auguste Rodin Mark Rothko Jenny Saville Egon Schiele Georges Seurat Walter Richard Sickert Alfred Sisley Dirk Skreber Stanley Spencer Nicolas de Stael Philip Wilson Steer Toulouse-Lautrec Cy Twombly Maurice Utrillo Vincent Van Gogh Edouard Vuillard Matthias Weischer Lisa Yuskavage
Timothy Taylor Gallery Ltd
15 Carlos Place, London, W1K 2EX, England/United Kingdom
Artists: Diane Arbus Jean-Marc Bustamante Shezad Dawood Gabriel de la Mora Ding Yi Armen Eloyan Adam Fuss Ewan Gibbs Estate of Simon Hantaï Estate of Hans Hurting Volker Müller Jessica Jackson Hutchins Alex Katz Jonathan Lasker Eddie Martinez Josephine Meckseper Richard Patterson Estate of Serge Poliakoff Fiona Rae Sean Scully Kiki Smith Tony Smith Estate of Antoni Tàpies Eduardo Terrazas Lucy Williams
Tomasso Brothers Fine Art
Bardon Hall, Weetwood Lane, Leeds, LS16 8HJ
Tomasso Brothers Fine Art, also at: Bardon Hall, Weetwood Lane, Leeds, LS16 8HJ, UK Tel: + 44 (0) 113 275 5545 Tomasso Brothers Fine Art was established in 1993 and is based at Bardon Hall, Leeds. Dino and Raffaello are recognised internationally for specialising in important European sculpture from the early Renaissance to the Neo-Classical periods with a particular knowledge of European Renaissance bronzes. They also have interests in several other fields including Old Master paintings, antiquities, fine furniture and objects. They have promoted and supported, through loans and exhibitions, major international institutions such as the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge; the Centro Internazionale, Carrara; The National Gallery, Prague; and the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. In addition, the company has advised a number of private collectors of European sculpture and Old Master paintings and made significant sales to some of the world's most prestigious museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; the Bode Museum, Berlin; the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, (Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation and Rienzi Collection): The Liechtenstein Collection, Vienna; Yale Center for British Art; the Art Institute of Chicago; and the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. Tomasso Brothers Fine Art was one of the sponsors of the landmark show Bronze at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2012. List of Artists represented: Thomas Barker of Bath, British (1769 –1847) Neri di Bicci (1418 - 1492) Andrea Briosco, called Il Riccio (1470–1532) Elia Candido (active in Florence in the 1570s) Joseph Chinard (1756 -1813) Sir Jacob Epstein (1880 –1959) Giovanni Battista Foggini (1652–1725) Jean Honoré Fragonard ( 1732 –1806) Théodore Géricault (1791 – 1824) Giambologna (1529‒1608) François Girardon (1628–1715) Pieter Isaaczs (1569 –1625) Lawrence Macdonald (1799 –1878) Benedetto da Maiano (1442 -1497) Nicolò Roccatagliata (b. circa 1560; active 1593; d. before 1636) Luca della Robbia (1400 -1482) Luigi Sabatelli ( 1772 – 1850) Pietro Simoni da Barga (documented 1571–89) Bartholomeus Spranger (Antwerp 1546 – Prague 1611) Hubert le Sueur (active 1596–1658) Antonio Susini (1558–1624) Gianfrancesco Susini (1585–c. 1653) Jean-Pierre-Antoine Tassaert (1727–1788) Adriaen de Vries (1545 –1626)
Tornabuoni Art
46 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4JN
Founded in Florence in 1981 by Roberto Casamonti, in the street that gave the gallery its name, Tornabuoni Art opened other spaces in Crans-Montana in 1993, Milan in 1995, Portofino in 2001, Forte dei Marmi in 2004 and Paris in 2009. In 2015, Tornabuoni Art has launched its new gallery space in London’s Mayfair. Specialising in Post-War Italian art and exhibiting artists such as Fontana, Burri, Castellani, Bon- alumi, Boetti, Scheggi, Simeti and Dadamaino, the gallery also has a permanent collection of significant works by major Italian artists of the Novecento, such as de Chirico, Morandi, Balla or Severini, as well as International 20th century Avant-garde masters, such as Picasso, Mirò, Kandinsky, Hartung, Poliakoff, Dubuffet, Lam, Matta, Christo,Wesselmann, Warhol and Basquiat. Furthering its passion for Italian art, the family’s collection is today completed by the work of young contemporary artists such as Francesca Pasquali. Tornabuoni Art London is led by Ursula Casamonti, daughter of the gallery’s founder Roberto Casamonti, who has worked closely alongside her father for 20 years. For its first year, the gallery is proposing an exhibition programme focused on Post-War Italian art, presenting monographic exhibitions of Lucio Fontana, Alighiero Boetti and Arnaldo Pomodoro, as well as two group shows showcasing the works of Itallian masters from the 1950s and the 1960s-70s. Finally, two exhibi- tions of contemporary artists Francesca Pasquali and Luca Pignatelli will round off the programme. Tornabuoni Art also works closely with museums and institutions for expertise and guidance and with its experience and thorough knowledge of the work of the artists it represents, the gallery has established itself as an advisor for both private and public collections. Artists: Adami Valerio Afro Atchugarry Pablo Baj Enrico Balla Giacomo Bastiquiat Jean-Michel Biasi Alberto Boetti Alighiero Bonalumi Agostino Burri Alberto Campigli Massimo Capogrossi Giuseppe Castellani Enrico Cattelan Maurizio Ceroli Mario Chia Sandro Chiari Giuseppe Christo Clemente Francesco Colombo Gianni Cragg Tony Crippa Roberto Dadamaino De chirico Giorgio De Pisis Filippo Dorazio Piero Festa Tano Fontana Lucio Gilbert e George Gnoli Domenico Kounellis Jannis Lo Savio Francesco Maiorano Serafino Manzoni Piero Marini Marino Matta Melotti Fausto Merz Mario Morandi Giorgio Novelli Gastone Ontani Luigi Paik Nam June Paladino Mimmo Paolini Giulio Pascali Pino Pasquali Francesca Picasso Pablo Pistoletto Michelangelo Pomodoro Arnaldo Pomodoro Giò Rosai Ottone Rotella Mimmo Savinio Alberto Scheggi Paolo Schifano Mario Simeti Turi Sironi Mario Tancredi Turcato Giulio Uecker Günther Uncini Giuseppe Vedova Emilio Warhol Andy
Trinity Fine Art Ltd
29 Bruton Street, London, W1J 6QP, England/United Kingdom
Trinity House
Trinity House
50 Maddox Street, London, W1S 1AY, England
20 High Street, Broadway, WR12 7DT, United Kingdom
24 East 64th Street, New York, 10065, United States
Trinity House is an international art dealership specialising in Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, Modern British and 19th century works. It has built up a strong reputation both for the quality of the paintings, drawings and sculpture that it exhibits and for the expertise that it can offer to clients. Starting with a gallery in the picturesque Cotswolds village of Broadway, Trinity House also has premises in an elegant Regency building at 50 Maddox Street, Mayfair in the heart of London's globally important art market district. As part of its plans to become more accessible to clients around the world the company has opened a gallery at 24 East 64th Street in New York. It also exhibits at major international art fairs in Europe and the United States. Trinity House acts on behalf of private collectors, interior designers and museums, advising on every aspect of sourcing, buying, selling and maintaining fine art. It was established as a response to a changing art market, recognizing that clients want not only to be offered fine paintings and works on paper but also to receive expert, straight-forward advice on buying art and building a collection; therefore aiming to make the market approachable and acting as guides throughout the international art world. Artists: Lucien Adrion Edmund Blampied Eugène Boudin Charles Camoin Marc Chagall Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot Edouard Cortès Montague Dawson Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas John Steven Dews Raoul Dufy Mary Fedden William Russell Flint John Atkinson Grimshaw Louis Grimshaw Sir Herbert James Gunn Keith Haring Harold Harvey Paul César Helleu Erik Ludwig Henningsen Damien Hirst David Hockney Cecil Kennedy Dame Laura Knight Gaston La Touche Eugène Galien Laloue Achille Laugé Marie Laurencin Henri Lebasque Henri Eugène Augustin Le Sidaner Augustin Léon L'hermitte Luigi Loir Gustave Loiseau Laurence Stephen Lowry Maximillien Luce Henri Martin Mauxime Maufra Amedeo Modigliani Claude Monet Sir Alfred Munnings Carlos Nadal Lucien Neuquelman Pierre-Auguste Renoir John Singer Sargent Dorothea Sharp Alfred Sisley Charles Spencelayh George Stubbs Kees van Dongen Sir John Kyffin Williams Louis Valtat
Victoria Miro
16 Wharf Road, London, N1 7RW
Victoria Miro also at: Victoria Miro Mayfair, 14 St George Street, London W1S 1FE Artists: Doug Aitken, Hernan Bas, Varda Caivano , Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Verne Dawson, Peter Doig, Elmgreen & Dragset, William Eggleston, Inka Essenhigh, Barnaby Furnas, Ian Hamilton Finlay, David Harrison, NS Harsha, Alex Hartley, Secundino Hernández, Chantal Joffe, Isaac Julien, Idris Khan, Udomsak Krisanamis, Yayoi Kusama, John Kørner, Wangechi Mutu, Alice Neel, Maria Nepomuceno, Chris Ofili, Jacco Olivier, Celia Paul, Grayson Perry, Tal R, Conrad Shawcross, Do Ho Suh Sarah Sze, Kara Walker, Adriana Varejão, Suling Wang, Stephen Willats, Francesca Woodman.
Vigo Gallery
21 Dering Street, London, W1S 1AL
Contemporary Art
Waddington Custot Galleries Ltd
11 Cork Street,, London, W1S 3LT, England/United Kingdom
A substantial inventory is held of work by major twentieth-century artists including John Chamberlain, Dan Flavin, Henri Matisse, Fausto Melotti, Henry Moore, Ben Nicholson, Francis Picabia, Pablo Picasso, Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Stella, Antoni Tapies and John Wesley. Waddington Custot Galleries represents a number of contemporary artists from Great Britain, Europe, and North America including Peter Blake, Ian Davenport, Peter Halley, Axel Hütte, Robert Indiana, Mimmo Paladino, Bill Woodrow, and the Estates of Josef Albers, Milton Avery, Patrick Caulfield, Jean Dubuffet, Barry Flanagan and Patrick Heron. Regular solo exhibitions of gallery artists are interspersed with shows of work from the inventory. Artists include: Craigie Aitchison Josef Albers Carl Andre Milton Avery Clive Barker Peter Blake Patrick Caulfield John Chamberlain Ian Davenport Jean Dubuffet Barry Flanagan Dan Flavin Peter Halley Patrick Heron Axel Hütte Robert Indiana Jannis Kounellis Agnes Martin Henri Matisse Fausto Melotti Henry Moore Ben Nicholson Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen Mimmo Paladino Pablo Picasso Robert Rauschenberg Susan Rothenberg Lucas Samaras Haim Steinbach Frank Stella Antoni Tàpies Joe Tilson William Turnbull Fabienne Verdier Andy Warhol John Wesley Bill Woodrow Jack B. Yeats
Waterhouse & Dodd
47 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4JW, United Kingdom
Ray Waterhouse and Jonathan Dodd started working together as art dealers in1982 and they formed Waterhouse & Dodd five years later. After 27 years of international dealing Waterhouse & Dodd has four galleries, two in both London and New York, and an office in Paris. In London we opened our impressive new ground floor gallery on 47 Albemarle Street in Mayfair in 2013. This new space is dedicated to exhibiting and dealing in Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary art. We also have works on view at our second gallery space in London at 16 Savile Row, but this 2nd floor space is dedicated more to client advisory services. Jonathan Dodd runs the London team that comprises three experts and two experienced gallery administrators. Waterhouse & Dodd opened a gallery in New York in 2010, and have now expanded to have two galleries on the Upper East Side. The new Madison Avenue gallery between 75th and 76th Streets is on the 2nd floor, and like its London counterpart exhibits Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary art but also shows American Post-War art. We also have a private gallery for Impressionist and Modern Art at 15, East 76th Street. This is also the US base for Fine Art Brokers, our art advisory service. Ray Waterhouse has relocated to New York and runs these two galleries with the help of two specialists, a gallery manager and an assistant. Waterhouse & Dodd has mounted some major exhibitions in their galleries, from Impressionist paintings to Contemporary European, American and also Middle Eastern and Arab art, and exhibit at some of the most important art fairs in the world, including TEFAF in Maastricht. As well as publishing various exhibition catalogues each year, our newsletter The Fine Art File is now up to issue 40. During the 1990s we became more involved in offering professional advice to collectors, a service that has become one of the most respected art advisory services in the world, Fine Art Brokers. Please see our website for further information www.waterhousedodd.com
Waterhouse & Dodd / Fine Art Brokers
16 Savile Row, London, W1S 3PL, United Kingdom
Albert André Maurice Brianchon Raoul Dufy Ferdinand Du Puigaudeau Henri Lebasque Gustave Loiseau Henri Martin Pablo Picasso Pierre-Auguste Renoir Paul Signac Kees van Dongen Edouard Vuillard
Whitfield Fine Art Ltd
23 Dering Street, London, W1S !AW, England/United Kingdom
Agostino Carracci, Alessandro Tiarini, Angelo Caroselli, Annibale Carracci, Antonio Carracci, Bartolomeo Schedone, Bernardo Cavallino, Antonio De Bellis, Daniele Crespi, Francesco Albani, Francesco Brizio, Francesco Cozza, Giacomo Cavedone, Giovanni Lanfranco, Giulio Casare Procaccini, Guido Reni, Il Domenichino, Il Guercino, Jusepe de Ribera, Lionella Spada, Lorenzo Garbieri, Luca Ferrari, Luca Giordano, Ludovico Carracci, Nicolas Poussin, Ottavio Leone, Parmigianino, Pietro Faccini, Pietro Paolini, Simon Vouet, Simone Cantarini, Tommaso Salini.
William Jackson Gallery
16 Gillingham Road, London, NW2 1RT, England/United Kingdom
William Weston Gallery Ltd.
7 Royal Arcade, ArcadeAlbemarle Street, London, W1S 4SG, United Kingdom