Martyn Gregory Gallery

Contact Name|Martyn Gregory
Contact Name|Patrick Conner
Contact Name|Penelope Gregory, Sarah Taft
ADDRESS
34 Bury Street
London
London
SW1Y 6AU
England

OPENING HOURS
Open Monday-Friday 10-6
PHONE | FAX | WEBSITE
Tel: +44 (0)20-7839 3731
Fax: +44 (0)20-7930 0812
Affiliated|CINOA|BADA
CINOABADA
Expertise |China trade (export) paintings, pictures relating to south east Asia and British watercolours and paintings; valuations
The Martyn Gregory Gallery, based in St James’s, London, is considered to be one of the world’s authorities on China Trade paintings. These paintings, which cover the period from 1700 to 1950, include paintings by Western artists who travelled to the East, as well as by Eastern artists who worked in the ‘Western manner’ in order to cater for the tastes of Western travellers taking in the Orient for the first time. They include many landscapes of historic sites, especially ports and the trading concessions granted to the Western trading powers by the Chinse authorities. They also include decorative pieces, which were created for the export market – souvenirs for the wealthy westerners.

The gallery also houses a substantial collection of watercolours by notable artists including Peter de Wint, George Chinnery and William Alexander to name but a few.

Martyn Gregory holds an annual exhibition in Hong Kong and also exhibits at a selection of fine art fairs around the world, including the Winter Antiques Fair in New York, TEFAF in Maastricht and Masterpiece London. The gallery is run by Martyn and Penelope Gregory together with Patrick Conner, who has recently published the book ‘The Hongs of Canton’ which tells the stories of the merchants in the East, as seen in the Chinese export paintings.