The Taylor Gallery was founded by Jeremy Taylor in London’s West End in 1987, following a business career in the Far East. In its early years the gallery dealt in China Trade and 19th-century marine paintings (doubtless inspired by Jeremy’s time in Hong Kong), but later developed into one specialising in 20th-century British and Irish art.
The gallery now focuses on the works of Edward Seago and usually has some 60 examples of his work in stock. They also maintain a good selection of works by Sir Alfred Munnings, Montague Dawson and Sir William Russell Flint and deal in the paintings of other 19th- and 20th-century artists that appeal to Jeremy’s taste. As Jeremy says, “It is so much easier to sell things that we like!”
The gallery purchases either individual works or complete collections of paintings by Seago, Munnings, Dawson and Russell Flint.
Although the Mayfair premises closed some years ago The Taylor Gallery continues to trade at some of the main fine art and antique fairs in London as well as from their web site.