King Street Traders - London - U.K.

We have specialized in 18th, 19th, and early 20th century American and European fine art and antiques for over 30 years.The shop handles restoration and framing of oil paintings.
We give free in-store appraisals and accept trade-ins upon evaluation.
With three showroom floors, King Street Traders offers one of the largest and appealing collections on the Main Line.

Website : http://www.kingstreettraders.com/index.htm


Katie Jones - London - U.K.

Katie Jones has been dealing in Japanese art since 1986. Based in London, her extensive visits to Japan have allowed her to develop a unique understanding of the Eastern imagination which she is able to translate into a western perspective. Originally involved primarily with antiques, she started to introduce present-day artists in her former Westbourne Grove premises around twelve years ago and now concentrates almost entirely on Japanese contemporary applied arts.
Specializing in those objects of Japanese Art which appeal to collectors looking for the unusual and eclectic, Katie represents a diverse range of makers working in metal, lacquer, glass, ceramics, bamboo, fibre and textiles.

Website : http://www.katiejonesjapan.com/index.html

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Theobald Jennings - London - U.K.

Theobald Jennings is a unique combination of two of the world’s leading specialists in 19th and 20th Century art. The partnership of Simon Theobald and Guy Jennings combines over forty years’ experience with the world’s leading art dealing businesses and brings together a vast knowledge of collectors in these fields. Operating from offices in Albemarle Street in the heart of London’s Mayfair art dealing district, and with close links to the leading European and American art centres, the business serves the needs of collectors, investors, museums and institutions around the globe. Simon Theobald has a speciality in the art and collectors of the English and Germanic countries, covering Great Britain, North America, Australia, Scandinavia, Germany, German-speaking Switzerland and Austria. Guy Jennings has a similar speciality in the English, French and Italian speaking countries covering particularly France, Belgium, Luxemburg, French-speaking Switzerland and Italy. The combination of their knowledge and client base makes them a formidable force in the art market.

Website : http://www.theobaldjennings.com/


Illumanate Productions - London - U.K.

ILLUMINATE PRODUCTIONS, a not-for-profit organisation, presents contemporary artwork in unusual, yet accessible environments. This is done by opening buildings and identifying areas of geographical or historical importance, including interesting public outdoor spaces. Illuminate challenges established and emerging artists to work in ground breaking contexts, so their work can be brought to community and international audiences.

Website : http://www.illuminateproductions.co.uk/default.aspx


Bernard Jacobson Gallery - London - U.K.

The Bernard Jacobson Gallery was founded in 1969 and is a major dealer specialising in modern and contemporary British and international art.
Situated in the central London district of Mayfair the gallery has two main exhibition spaces and a graphics department all within 6 Cork Street.
In 2003, in collaboration with Loretta Howard, Jacobson Howard Gallery opened in New York City. The Gallery is now situated at 33 East 68th Street.

Website : http://www.jacobsongallery.com/content.php?flash=yes&nav=home


IMT Gallery - London - U.K.

IMT is a cutting-edge contemporary art gallery on Cambridge Heath Road in Bethnal Green, London. The vision of the gallery is to stage challenging and ambitious exhibitions, specific to the gallery, complemented with talks by artists, curators and critics. IMT was established to encourage innovative ideas and practices and promote artists who tackle concerns at the heart of contemporary culture.
The managerial team work closely with each artist for at least a year in advance of exhibition. This allows artists to generate projects that demonstrate artistic rigour and creative development, and respond to the space and its ethos. It also allows IMT to fundraise on behalf of the project, allowing the artist to concentrate on making the work for exhibition.
IMT gallery’s wide-ranging programme is designed to be inclusive of creative enquiry in contemporary media, but with particular emphasis on sound art and Polish new-media art. The gallery currently hosts an annual project by visiting curator Pawel Kaminski in association with the Polish Cultural Institute.

Website : http://www.imagemusictext.com/


W11 - London - U.K.

West-Eleven represents some of the finest contemporary artistic talent in the country. While many of our artists work within traditional boundaries, we also promote visionary artists who bring an exciting and radical approach to their work.
West-Eleven also offers a fine selection of Impressionist, Modern British and 19th Century paintings.
While we cannot act as agents for every artist who approaches us, West-Eleven will always be happy to talk to artists with energy, dynamism and inventiveness. Our galleries can often be made available to those who would most benefit from an exhibition of their work, and West-Eleven will often assist in the promotion and organisation of these exhibitions.
Through our website, West-Eleven offers select works of art to those who cannot attend our exhibitions in London. The works you will find on this site are created with passion and energy and are representative of our enthusiasm for the medium. We will be pleased to talk to you about any of the artists who we represent and discuss in detail any of the works that are on offer.

Website : http://www.west-eleven.com/home.htm


James Hyman Gallery - London - U.K.

James Hyman Gallery specialises in International Contemporary and Modern British Art.
The gallery works with a select number of Artists and Artists Estates. In recent years its exhibition programme has included painting, drawing, sculpture, prints, photography, installation and video.
James Hyman Gallery is also actively looking to acquire new stock. If you are looking to sell and would like an alternative to the uncertainty of auctions in the present financial climate, please contact the gallery.
For fuller details of new acquisitions please contact the gallery.
The exhibition programme focuses on art of the last fifty years. It has a particular emphasis on the relationship between abstraction and figuration, and between painting and photography. Exhibitions include solo shows as well as specially curated thematic group exhibitions.

Website : http://www.jameshymangallery.com/


Rebacca Hossack Art Gallery - London - U.K.

Rebecca Hossack was born in Melbourne in 1955. She came to England in the early Eighties to study for the bar at Lincoln’s Inn, but abandoned the law for a career in Art. Having studied at Christies and worked at the Guggenheim in Venice, she set up her own gallery – in Windmill Street, Fitzrovia – in March 1988. (She signed the lease on the premises in October 1987, only three days before the great stock-market crash on ‘Black Monday’.

The gallery, despite the economic climate, not only survived, but thrived. It has gained a reputation both for championing Aboriginal and Non Western Art, and for exhibiting contemporary ‘Western’ artists of rare individual vision. The gallery’s on going success is a vindication of Hossack’s boldness, eye, energy and commitment.

Hossack opened a second space in 1991, and a sculpture garden at St James’s, Piccadilly the following year. She is now moving the main gallery to a new three-storey building at 2a Conway Street, off Fitzroy Square, while keeping a second space at 28 Charlotte Street.

‘It is easy to be overwhelmed by Rebecca Hossack...She is straight from a kabuki Morte Darthur – over six feet tall, dramatically swathed in black Issey Miyake pleats. She delights in making things happen – exhibitions, sculpture gardens, riverside events, reputations.’

Website : http://www.r-h-g.co.uk/home/rebecca_hossack_art_gallery/

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House Gallery - London - U.K.

HOUSE provides artists with a public platform from which to exhibit their work. Based on a busy high street, with a shop front exhibition space and a popular café, we give artists the opportunity to interact with both the community and the contemporary art audience.
Whilst we welcome more established exhibitors, we are keen to support emerging artists and to encourage them to be experimental in what they show within a professional environment.
The House Gallery is run by The Wells Trust.

Website : http://www.house-gallery.co.uk/


Stephanie Hoppen - London - U.K.

Stephanie Hoppen's gallery on Walton Street exhibits contemporary artists and photographers from UK, Europe, America and South Africa. Stephanie Hoppen is a world renowned author of many style books including 'Perfect Neutrals', 'Picture Perfect' and 'Perfect Curtains'. Just published is 'Perfect Palettes'.

Website : http://www.stephaniehoppen.com/index.php


Holster Projects - London - U.K.

Launched in 2008, Holster Projects is dedicated to exhibiting international emerging to mid-career artists whose works examine cross-cultural issues.
Holster Projects also offers an art consultancy service to private and corporate collections.

Website : http://holsterprojects.com/


Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert - London - U.K.

Formed in April 2002, Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert is an independent association between the long-established St James's art dealers Hazlitt Gooden and Fox, and James Holland-Hibbert.
With special emphasis on Modern British painting, drawing and sculpture, the gallery holds a selected stock of twentieth century examples ranging from the most representative work of the turn of the century to the more abstract examples of the post-war avant-garde.
Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert are able to offer discreet advice on the purchase and sale of modern works of art and the acquisition of new works either for stock or for sale on a consignment basis.

Website : http://www.hh-h.com/index.htm


Emma Hill Eagle Gallery - London - U.K.

Emma Hill established the Eagle Gallery in 1991 and promotes the work of contemporary artists through a regular exhibition programme, off site installations and the EMH Arts publishing imprint, which commissions collaborations between artists and writers.
As one of London's first alternative spaces the Eagle Gallery has established a reputation for consistently supporting the work of emerging artists whilst encouraging established names to work experimentally in site-specific contexts. Notable first solo shows include Cecily Brown's 'Four Letter Heaven' and Tom Hammick's 'Breathing Again' in 1995. Installations include Basil Beattie's 'Drawing on the Interior' (1991), Bruce McLean's 'Knife Edge at the Eagle' (1993), Terry Smith's 'Strip' (1997) and 'Timeshare' with Jane Bustin and Alexis Harding (2005).
The Eagle Gallery presents 10 exhibitions annually by represented and invited artists, hosts book launches and performance events and participates in art fairs in the UK and abroad.

Website : http://www.emmahilleagle.com/introduction.htm


Catherine Hodgkinson - London - U.K.

The gallery stock a wide range of original prints from 20th century masters such as Braque, Miro and Picasso to modern and contemporary British.
The gallery also specialise in the prints, drawings and sculpture of Elisabeth Frink and Henri Matisse.

Website : http://www.hodgkinsonart.com/InternalMain.asp

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Toni Heath Gallery - London - U.K.

Toni Heath Gallery originally launched in 2004 in the heart of Bloomsbury.
Concentrating mainly, although not exclusively, on painting, the gallery rapidly gained a reputation amongst collectors, press and artists as one of the most innovative spaces in London. For the three years that we were based in Bloomsbury, work was placed with major public, corporate and private collections worldwide.
In 2007 we moved to a beautifully converted art deco laboratory in central London, where we are open by appointment only.

Website : http://www.toniheath.com/index.html


Julian Hartnoll - London - U.K.

Julian Hartnoll has been specialising in Victorian and Modern British Art since 1968. He is an expert on PreRaphaelite and Kitchen Sink art and also offers a personal selection of Contemporary Art as part of his continually changing gallery display.
The gallery also holds a large collection of French Fabric Designs from 1930-60. These can be seen by appointment and the gallery will be devoted to a selection at least twice a year.

Website : http://julianhartnoll.com/


Hazlitt, Gooden & Fox - London - U.K.

Hazlitt, Gooden & Fox are leading dealers in Old Master paintings and drawings, French 19th Century paintings and drawings and English paintings and drawings. Originally founded in 1752. We act as agents for major institutions in Britain, Europe and the United States as well as private clients.

Website : http://www.hazlittgoodenandfox.com/


Harris Lindsay - London - U.K.

Harris Lindsay is a continuation of a company established in 1967, firstly as Phillips & Harris, then as Jonathan Harris and for the last ten years as Harris Lindsay. Following the retirement of Jonathan Harris in 2007, the business is now owned by Bruce Lindsay and Marieke MacMahon.
We deal very broadly, in English, Continental and Oriental works of art of all kinds and periods. The company has always been known for its eclecticism and for an interest in the historically significant and the unusual.

Website : http://www.harrislindsay.com/


Handel Street Projects - London - U.K.

Handel Street Projects has operated since January 2006 to promote new British and international contemporary art. We have constantly revolving mixed shows of works by an exciting range of artists, from the most respected and established, to young artists at the very beginning of their careers. Additionally we organise shows for unusual temporary locations around London: artists are offered the opportunity to stage and realise works in varied and challenging contexts. There is no stylistic thread running through the program-expect the unexpected. Instead there is a clear commitment to generating new possibilities, exciting propositions and to the development of critical thinking around contemporary art.

Website : http://www.handelstreetprojects.com/index.htm


Hay Hill Gallery - London - U.K.

Hay Hill Gallery specialises in the sculpture of the famed artist Auguste Rodin and represents a number of internationally recognised contemporary and modern artists.

Website : http://www.hayhill.com/index.html


Hales Gallery - London - U.K.

Hales Gallery opened in 1992 as an alternative space in Deptford, South London. From this unlikely venue, Paul Hedge and Paul Maslin successfully launched the careers of a number of emerging British artists at that time, including among many others, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Mike Nelson and Sarah Jones.
The venue's café became a social focal point for artists and created a good environment for the development and exchange of ideas. Both the gallery and café were regularly written about in the art press, national and international newspapers and attracted worldwide media attention.
In 1997 Hales became a commercial gallery and began to represent artists from international backgrounds including Tomoko Takahashi, Spencer Tunick, Hew Locke and Hans Op de Beeck. In 2004 Hales moved to its current new gallery space designed by architects HawkinsBrown in the Tea Building in London's East End.

Website : http://www.halesgallery.com/


Halcycon Gallery - London - U.K.

Situated in the heart of Mayfair, London, Halcyon Gallery is one of the foremost contemporary galleries in the world, specialising in original works of art and rare graphics from the finest contemporary artists and modern masters.In February 2008 Halcyon Gallery opened their magnif icent new five-storey contemporary gallery at 24 Bruton Street in Mayfair, London. Joining the existing gallery at 29 New Bond Street, this beautiful Georgian building has been carefully restored to create an exceptional exhibition space suitable for the finest contemporary art.
President of Halcyon Gallery, Paul Green, originally founded the gallery in Birmingham in 1982. Out of that gallery has grown a multi-faceted organisation, the Halcyon Group, which includes Halcyon Gallery and the award-winning fine art publisher Washington Green.

Website : http://www.halcyongallery.com/index.php


HackelBury Fine Art - London - U.K.

HackelBury exhibits 20th and 21st century Fine Art, specialising in photography - a carefully selected stable of artists, founded on the shared expertise, passion, & experience of Sascha Hackel & Marcus Bury, dealers & curators of fine art photography since 1990.
The gallery was opened in 1998, in a tree-lined, tranquil corner of Kensington, and continues to develop and thrive in London's growing market for photography. HackelBury is an active member of AIPAD (The Association of International Photography Art Dealers), and currently exhibits each year at the Armory Show, New York, the AIPAD Photography Show, New York, Art Chicago and ArtHamptons and Art Miami.

Website : http://www.hackelbury.co.uk/index.html

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GXgallery - London - U.K.

GXgallery is perhaps one of the most unique spaces in which to showcase art in South London.
GXgallery exhibits interesting and unique Modern British, International and Contemporary Artworks in a friendly, unpretentious atmosphere, and it’s often been remarked that people feel comfortable ‘wandering in from the street to have a look at the art’. We consider this a great compliment; it speaks highly of the philosophy instituted by gallery owner and director Davide Mengoli, who believes that art should be something to celebrate and enjoy.

Website : http://www.gxgallery.com/index.php?PHPSESSID=64fa34630e2d210e1cc30c9038d262c3

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Guestroom - London - U.K.

In January, 2006, Marilyn Murdoch opened Guestroom, a new concept in exhibiting art. Guestroom features selections of work as seen through the eyes of some of the city's most important and well-known artists, collectors, curators and galleries. As the name implies, Guestroom is an inviting presentation of constantly revolving exhibits chosen by guest curators.As well as Guestroom Gallery, Marilyn owns three other art services organizations in Portland, Oregon--Katayama Framing, Murdoch Collections and Artery. Guestroom's floating exhibit concept operates out of two locations to showcase different guest curators' styles. Guestroom is at ARTERY in N. Portland as well as Katayama and Murdoch Collections' homebase in NW Portland's industrial area. Artery is a custom and DIY frame shop specializing in creating one of a kind, mind-blowing frames for your artwork and is located at 4114 N. Vancouver Avenue {at Mason} in Portland. So come by and see what we've been up to, and get inspired to frame your artwork yourself, too.

Website : http://guestroomgallery.com/home.php


Johnny Van Haeften - London - U.K.

Johnny Van Haeften, of Dutch ancestry, was born in 1952 in London and educated in England, at Eton. He joined Christie's in 1969 and spent eight years there partly in the Press Office and partly in the Stamp Department; Johnny remains a keen philatelist.
In 1977 he left Christie's and set up Johnny Van Haeften Ltd with his wife Sarah whom he married the same year; their first gallery was in New Bond Street on the 3rd floor above Boucheron. In 1982 he moved to the present gallery at 13 Duke Street, St James's, specialising in Dutch and Flemish Old Master Paintings of the 16th and 17th centuries. The Van Haeften Gallery is the only gallery in London dealing exclusively in this field.
Johnny’s former roles include Vice Chairman of the Society of London Art Dealers (SLAD), Council Member of the British Antique Dealers Association (BADA), and Member of the Grosvenor House Art and Antiques Fair Executive Committee.
Johnny is currently an Executive Committee member of The European Fine Art Foundation (TEFAF) and a member of the Reviewing Committee on the Export of Works of Art.

Website : http://www.johnnyvanhaeften.com/


Gladwell & Compagny - London - U.K.

Gladwell & Co., with its distinctive windows showing art to passers by, first came to the Cheapside area in 1752. Anthony Fuller, the gallery's owner, says
“I'm past retirement age,” says Anthony with a youthful smile, “but I can't wait to get here in the morning. My job is to look around for beautiful things. Nothing gives me more pleasure than a great picture.” Gladwell & Co. steer clear of abstract images, specializing in oil paintings, watercolours, drawings, etchings and mezzotints with traditional subjects.
“We never buy anything unless we like it, and we have touched it,” explains Anthony. “We do virtually no advertising, and most people come here by recommendation.” His passion for pictures explains why three or four generations of some families have always come here for art. People visit him from all over the world, and he thinks nothing of visiting five countries in a week to find new works for the gallery.

Website : http://www.gladwells.org.uk/

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Thomas Gibson Fine Art - London - U.K.

Thomas Gibson Fine Art Limited was founded in 1969. The gallery quickly gained a successful reputation, and in 1974, Thomas Gibson was joined by his old friend, the Earl of Gowrie, who worked with the gallery until 1979 when he returned to politics, later joining the Cabinet and being appointed Arts Minister.
Over the years, the gallery bought and brokered some of the most important Old Master, 19th and 20th Century pictures to come on the market during this time, including: Edgar Degas’ Chez la modiste to the Thyssen-Bornemisza Foundation, Lugano; J.M.W. Turner’s Staffa, Fingal’s Cave, off the West Coast of Scotland to the Yale Center for British Art, New Haven; Jackson Pollock’s Lavender Mist to the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.; and Caravaggio’s Boy Bitten by a Lizard to the National Gallery, London. In addition to numbering some of the world’s foremost private collectors amongst its clients, the gallery has sold works to such public institutions as the National Galleries of England, America and Australia, the Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, the Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena and the Tate Gallery, London.
Thomas Gibson served on the Executive Committee of the Society of London Art Dealers between 1987 and 1989.
Today the day to day running of the gallery is undertaken by Hugh Gibson, Thomas’s son, who joined Thomas Gibson Fine Art in 2002 having trained at Christie's, London and Sotheby's, New York and is now the gallery’s director. Thomas Gibson continues to act in an advisory role and devotes much of his energy to sourcing works of art for the gallery and private clients.
In 2003, Thomas Gibson Fine Art Limited and Lefevre Fine Art Limited formed an association and currently share premises in Bruton Street.
Thomas Gibson Fine Art Ltd opened in 1969 and is a family run business dealing in Impressionist & 20th century masters as well as Modern British & International Post War Art.

Website : http://www.thomasgibsonfineart.com/index.html


Martyn Gregory Gallery - London - U.K.

The Martyn Gregory Gallery, at 34 Bury Street in the London district of St James's, is located half way between Piccadilly and St James's Palace.
The gallery is the world's leading specialist in 'China Trade' paintings and pictures related to the Far East in the period 1700-1950. These include works by both Western artists who travelled to the East; and also works by Chinese artists who painted 'in the Western manner' for the merchants and ships' officers who came to the China coast.

Website : http://www.martyngregory.com/


Gone Tomorrow Gallery - London - U.K.

The Gone Tomorrow Gallery was founded in 2001 as a nomadic gallery - putting on exhibitions in various locations. The gallery moved in 2006 to a permanent location at The Oval, E2. in Londons East End.
Our studios and gallery brought together artists from Goldsmiths, Royal College, Royal Academy and University of the Arts.The venue also houses a fine art print studio with the largest silk-screen press in London.
We are a not-for-profit artist run space situated within an artist and print studio complex. The Gallery aims to act as a springboard for young and emerging artists to help them towards their next step in their career.
The Gallery exhibits a range of work including photography, installation, film, painting and sculpture.Exhibitions feature group shows usually exploring artistic themes, or first London solo shows for artists. It has also played host to one-off performances working with young theatre producers.

Website : http://www.gonetomorrowgallery.co.uk/showing.html