Jealous Gallery and Print Studio - London - United Kingdom

Jealous Gallery and Print Studio are dealers and publishers of limited edition prints. Since our opening in September 2008 our changing program of exhibitions has featured prints by emerging and established artists from varied schools, movements and styles. Alongside our print program, we also curate installations, exhibitions of original painting and drawing and photography shows. Jealous also awards an annual Graduate print prize, accompanied by a large scale exhibition of the winners work.
Jealous Print studio has recently expanded from our Crouch End studio to a brand new space in Shoreditch. With more working space for proofing and printing editions we work with upcoming artists to create unique Jealous print editions, of which some have already sold out. Please check out the the 'screenprinting' link to find out more. The gallery is open from Thursday to Sunday every week, and we exhibit at all the major London Art Fairs.


Simon Theobald Fine Art - London - United Kingdom

Simon Theobald Fine Art has been established in London's Mayfair since 2000, specializing in 19th and 20th Century European Art. The gallery is open to visitors by appointment.

Our range of services includes dealing, sourcing, consulting, building collections and investing in art.

Our clients include important collectors and major institutions, such as the National Gallery in Washington and the Museum of Modern Art, New York. As well as buying and selling works of art, we also act on behalf of private clients, negotiating consignments to the major auction houses.

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/pages/exhibitions.htm

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Jean-Luc Baroni - London - United Kingdom

Jean-Luc Baroni belongs to the third generation of a family of connoisseur art dealers. The family business first opened in Paris in 1919, and moved to Florence in 1967. In 1982, Mr. Baroni went into a 20 years long partnership with the eminent British firm Colnaghi. He now works with his daughter, Novella Baroni, from his gallery in St. James’s, London.

Mr. Baroni has long been established as a specialist in fine paintings and drawings by Old and Modern Masters.

The gallery holds regular exhibitions, produces substantial catalogues that are fully researched and illustrated and participates in a number of International Art fairs such as Tefaf - Maastricht, the Salon du Dessin and the Master Drawings Week in London and in New York. Alexandra Chaldecott, who worked in the Old Master Drawings Department at Sotheby's for more than a decade, contributes to the team.

As part of the service offered by the gallery, Jean-Luc Baroni uses his extensive experience to advise clients on establishing, augmenting and maintaining their private collections.

Website : http://www.jlbaroni.com/

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Osborne Samuel Ltd - London - United Kingdom

Osborne Samuel Ltd is a partnership between Peter Osborne and Gordon Samuel. The company was formed in 2004 after the merger of Peter Osborne’s company Berkeley Square Gallery and the adjacent gallery, Samuel & Co. directed by Gordon Samuel.

The partnership continues the specialities of both businesses, the partners having collaborated on a number of important exhibitions for many years before the merger. The partners have more than fifty years experience between them. Peter Osborne was the Director of the Harlech Fine Art Group and founded Berkeley Square Gallery in 1988, which he acquired in 1994. Gordon Samuel was Director at Redfern Gallery and Mercury Gallery before forming Samuel & Co.

Osborne Samuel operates from premises at 23a Bruton Street, in the heart of London’s Mayfair district, between Bond Street and Berkeley Square. Osborne Samuel Gallery is one of London’s leading specialists in Modern British painting and Sculpture and has a high reputation for the quality of its exhibitions and publications. In sculpture there is a strong emphasis in the work of Henry Moore and Lynn Chadwick; and in paintings there are works by Auerbach, Aitchison, Burra, the post war abstraction of Pasmore, Heath, Frost, Hilton, Lanyon, Blackburn; the neo-romanticism of Sutherland, Vaughan, Craxton and Clough to name but a few. Osborne Samuel work closely with the estates of Edward Wadsworth, Lynn Chadwick, Peter Kinley and Stanley William Hayter. We also handle international works by Picasso, Chagall, Matisse and Warhol amongst others. A current list of works available can be seen by clicking the Artists button.

The gallery has a substantial inventory of masterprints by the major artists of the last century and specialises in the graphic work of Picasso, Moore and Miro. In addition, Osborne Samuel is the leading international dealer in the colour linocuts of the artists of The Grosvenor School of Modern Art with prints by Sybil Andrews, Claude Flight, Cyril Power and Lill Tschudi. The gallery also is one of the leading dealers in Modern & Contemporary British Prints specialising in Nash, Nevinson and Wadsworth

Osborne Samuel has a substantial collection of prints from the 1960s and 1970s including works by Kitaj, Pasmore, Allen Jones, Tilson, Piper, Hepworth, Moore, Herman, Nolan, Sutherland, Chadwick, Auerbach, Aitchison and Armitage.

More recently the gallery has started dealing in Photography with works by Nan Goldin, Andreas Gursky, Shirin Neshat, Tracy Moffatt, Marc Quinn, Tracey Snelling and the Argentine artist Graciela Sacco.

Contemporary artists such as Sean Henry and Sophie Ryder are represented by Osborne Samuel and we organise exhibitions of their work internationally.

Osborne Samuel exhibits at many of the world’s best art fairs and is well known for its annual visits to the fair in Palm Beach, USA each January and the Print Fair held in New York’s 7th Regiment Armory building on Park Avenue each November. At home we are exhibitors at The London Original Print Fair at the Royal Academy of Arts every April, the prestigious Masterpiece Fair, London in June and 20/21 British Art Fair each September .

The gallery has made a significant investment in contemporary Indian art and will show the most important artists as well as the best of the next generation. Osborne Samuel represent the estate of Avinash Chandra.

Within its areas of expertise the gallery provides written valuations on request, acts for artists’ estates and provides free advice on acquisition and disposal of works of art.
Osborne Samuel is a member of the IFPDA (International Fine Print Dealers Association) and also of a member of SLAD (Society of London Art Dealers); both partners have served on the Executive Committee of SLAD and Peter Osborne served as Deputy Chairman of the society for a number of years.

Website : http://www.osbornesamuel.com/default.asp

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Lowell Libson Ltd - London - United Kingdom

Lowell Libson specialises in British paintings, watercolours and drawings of the seventeenth to twentieth centuries, as well as European and North American drawings.

Prior to setting up his own private gallery, Lowell Libson was Managing Director of Spink-Leger Pictures. He has an international reputation as one of the leading dealers in British paintings, watercolours and drawings as well as Continental drawings. The gallery counts many leading North American, European and British museums and private collectors amongst its clients. Lowell Libson is a member of the organising committee of Master Drawings London and in 2011 was appointed a member of the Reviewing Committee on the Export of Works of Art and Objects of Cultural Interest. Lowell Libson believes that the process of acquiring a work of art should be an enjoyable and stimulating experience and has created a gallery that offers clients the opportunity to discuss and view pictures in discreet and comfortable surroundings.

We offer advice on all aspects of collecting pictures. This includes the purchase and sale of works of art as well as conservation, restoration, framing, lighting and hanging. The gallery also provides a complete curatorial service for collections.

The gallery has a carefully selected stock within a wide price range and acts as both principals and agents in the purchase and sale of works of art giving clients great flexibility and choice.

Website : http://www.lowell-libson.com/Lowell-Libson-British-Paintings-Drawings-and-Watercolours-DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=1

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Paintbox Fine Art - London - United Kingdom

Paintbox Fine Art is a commercial art gallery located in the centre of Canberra, Australia's capital city. We also operated a branch in London during 2007. We represent established artists from around Australia, many of whom have won or been finalists in prestigious national art competitions. We exhibit impressionist, figurative, realist and abstract paintings and drawings suitable for corporate and private collections.

Paintbox offers a warm and welcoming environment in which to appreciate and acquire original artworks. Directors Steve and Anne Watson believe that the viewing and purchasing of art should be both accessible and enjoyable. Our exhibitions change each month and stock paintings are also changed frequently. Artists are selected for their talent, dedication and skill and the vision that makes their work unique.

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

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Gladwell and Company - London - United Kingdom

For 260 years Gladwell and Company made a little corner of the City of London our home.
With over 23,000 paintings sold since the war, our history at Queen Victoria Street was a happy and successful one. However times and places change, and last year was our moment to move on to a new home. Since the New Year, we have a beautiful, fresh, new gallery at 5, Beauchamp Place. Knightsbridge, SW3 1NG.
W. H. Patterson was founded in 1964 at 19 Albemarle Street, Mayfair. Fine Art Dealers in 19th & 20th Century British and European paintings and watercolours, we also represent a strong collection of renowned contemporary fine-art artists hailing from USA, Europe and the UK.

As you may be aware our W.H. Patterson gallery is due for redevelopment during 2013, and we shall later in the year be combining the might of our two galleries under the one roof in Knightsbridge.

The opening of our spacious new gallery at the renowned Beauchamp Place has heralded the beginning of a fresh chapter in Gladwell's and Patterson's distinguished histories.

Website : Gladwell and Company

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MacConnal-Mason - London - United Kingdom

The MacConnal-Mason family have now been established as art dealers for over one hundred and 15 years, and I felt that many of our clients might find it interesting to know something of the heritage that we enjoy.
The family involvement commenced in 1893 when my Great Uncle, Rayner MacConnal formed a partnership with Archibald Phillips founding a company called Phillips & MacConnal. The head office was Burlington Arcade, London with a branch in Bournemouth and The Art Gallery at the Gleneagles Hotel, Perthshire. Phillips & MacConnal went on to also open a branch in Liverpool at Castle Street.
Between the two World Wars Phillips died and the Company was then carried on by Rayner MacConnal and the name changed accordingly. In 1935 my father Leslie MacConnal-Mason and Rayner MacConnal’s son Joseph MacConnal joined the Company and traded from the main gallery at 3 Old Bond Street with a branch in Harrogate called the Grosvenor Galleries.
During the Second World War my father was an Officer in the Royal Navy stationed at Scapa Flow and Largs in Scotland and Joseph MacConnal enlisted in the Royal Air Force. The business continued to run from Harrogate throughout the War during which Rayner MacConnal died. After the War as we had not occupied the Old Bond Street premises we lost our entitlement to reclaim them to continue our business in accordance with the law at that time.
My father Leslie MacConnal-Mason managed to acquire a lease in Duke Street, St. James’s from the renowned society hostess Rosa Lewis who was the owner of the old Cavendish Hotel. My father and Joseph MacConnal continued to trade from 19 Duke Street, St. James’s and the Grosvenor Galleries in Harrogate until in 1955 when they closed the Harrogate branch.
After leaving Highgate School in 1956 at seventeen years of age I joined my father and my Uncle Joseph MacConnal for a period of two years when my father dissolved the Rayner MacConnal partnership and we formed the MacConnal-Mason Gallery.
As the Cavendish Hotel was to be pulled down in 1959 we purchased the freehold of 14 Duke Street, St. James’s. In 1970 my father Leslie MacConnal-Mason died. In 1995 after a period of sustained growth I acquired the freehold of our flagship building 17 Duke Street. Between the two buildings we enjoy gallery space on eight floors.
My son David M. Mason, who is the fourth generation in the business, has now been with the Company for twenty three years and has played a major part in its expansion. We look forward to future generations joining the business.
David L. Mason O.B.E. Chairman

MacConnal-Mason try to make the buying or acquisition process as simple and straightforward as possible. Having purchased a work payment may be made in dollars, euros or pounds by cheque or direct transfer to our bank. On clearance of funds we will pack and deliver or ship to your door, insured under our global policy.
We will provide relevant documentation, a valuation and photograph for your records and certificates where appropriate.
Given the Gallery’s longevity we are frequently approached by past clients, their descendants and others with a view to selling. We are always interested in acquiring fine paintings.
A preliminary judgement can usually we made from a photograph or email image prior to examining the painting or sculpture. Due diligence would be applied throughout this process

Website : http://www.macconnal-mason.com/Fine-Art-Dealers-MacConnal-Mason-Gallery-Fine-British-Art-Objects-Highlights-DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=1

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Thomas Gibson Fine Art - London - United Kingdom

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.

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

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Michael Goedhuis - London - United Kingdom

Michael Goedhuis opened Michael Goedhuis Ltd in London in 1989, inaugurating the New York space in January 2002. Having spent two decades specialising in early Asian art, he now works in London and internationally to expand his concentration on Asia and Europe.

The Gallery's principal activities today are the promotion of the best Chinese contemporary art as well as Chinese works of art from the Neolithic period to Modern.

The current program concentrates on promoting the best Chinese ink painters working throughout the world today.

Goedhuis believes that China is currently undergoing a true "Cultural Revolution" which is not confined to art but is manifest in film, music, theatre, design, dance and literature and is leading to a rapid expansion of investment in art by a new generation of collectors.

He believes that contemporary Chinese Ink Painting is still at an early stage of recognition both in Asia and the West. It therefore offers exceptionally exciting and fruitful opportunities for collectors and museums. The program also encompasses the presentation of a wide range of Chinese works of art from all periods.

The new generation of Chinese is intent on retrieving their great cultural heritage and there is now a major drive to acquire Chinese art and antiques throughout the world. It is the objective of Michael Goedhuis to participate fully in restoring important works to committed institutional and private collections in China, as well as continuing to stimulate interest amongst museums in the West.

Website : http://www.michaelgoedhuis.com/Michael-Goedhuis-Gallery-Home-DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=1

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Gladwell & Patterson - London - United Kingdom

Gladwell & Patterson, with its distinctive windows on the distinguished and well known Beauchamp Place.

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 & Patterson 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.

The gallery also restores pictures, and makes frames, using locally carved mouldings, some over two hundred years old.

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

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Hay Hill Gallery - London - United Kingdom

Originally established in 1995 in the business of Sirin Limited the Hay Hill Gallery represents a number of internationally recognised contemporary and modern artists.

Our consultants will advise you on all matters pertaining to your specific interests. Whether you are thinking about starting a collection, already have a collection or are just looking for that one important piece we have both the variety and specialism to help you find what you are looking for.

Capable of delivering internationally as well as in the UK using one of our approved handling professionals we believe in a professional service from our walls to yours.


Hazlitt, Gooden & Fox - London - United Kingdom

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.

Hazlitt, Gooden & Fox are always interested in any works of art in their specialised field, acting either as agent or principal and undertake valuations as well as giving advice to private collectors.

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

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Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert - London - United Kingdom

Formed in April 2002 as a private gallery, Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert is an independent association between the long-established London art dealers, Hazlitt Gooden and Fox, and James Holland-Hibbert.

With special emphasis on museum quality Modern and Contemporary British art, Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert is one of the leading specialists in their field and holds an extensive stock of examples by artists of international renown.

Focusing on international private sales, the gallery is able to offer discreet advice on the purchase and sale of 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/

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Toni Heath Gallery - London - United Kingdom

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. Secure off-street parking is available by prior arrangement.

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

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Patrick Heide Contemporary Art - London - United Kingdom

Patrick Heide Contemporary Art sprung from a project space on London’s Church Street, patrick heide art projects, which was opened in 2004 showcasing an international repertory of artists that later on formed the base of the gallery program. In summer 2007 Patrick Heide Contemporary Art was founded to continue with parts of the already established program and to complement and reinforce it with a selection of new artists.

Patrick Heide Contemporary Art fosters an international range of emerging and mid-career artists. The program ranges from the politically motivated projects of Thomas Kilpper and the anthropological sculptures of Francesco Pessina to the playfully yet obsessively executed abstract canvases of Karoly Keserü. The gallery is particularly dedicated to the medium of drawing by showing exceptional works like the systematic drawing series by Isabel Albrecht, the alienating Photocopy Drawings by Alex Hamilton and the movement based installations by Sharon Louden.

Patrick Heide Contemporary Art aims to provide a rather timeless alternative to an art world that is often aimlessly theoretical and introspective yet addicted to marketing and fashion. In an attempt to reveal the underlying patterns of human society, its artists hope to create art that is intellectually challenging and socially relevant yet sensually and spiritually charged and technically accomplished.

Patrick Heide Contemporary Art hopes to give prominence to artistic statements concerned about the condition of nature and human nature, its urbanisation, history and transformation.

Website : Patrick Heide Contemporary Art

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Ian Mackenzie Fine Art - London - United Kingdom

Ian Mackenzie Fine Art was founded in 1994 in a beautiful gallery space in Mayfair. As the former director of Sotheby's Prints Department in London, Ian specialises in prints and drawings. But, in recent years, he has also advised collectors on the sale of paintings by European modern masters: in particular, by Edvard Munch, Henri deToulouse Lautrec, Henri Matisse, and Pablo Picasso.

As an expert with over 30 years experience in the international art world, Ian Mackenzie acts as a consultant to major collectors and new buyers. In addition, he undertakes valuations for the purposes of sale, insurance or probate, and has prepared "Expert Witness" reports on artworks for the High Court in London.

Website : Ian Mackenzie Fine Art

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Hickmet Fine Arts - London - United Kingdom

Established in 1936 Hickmet Fine Arts is in its third generation continuing to offer our expertise in the acquisition of original and authentic antique Sculpture, Art Glass and Period Furniture to our discerning clients.

For over 25 years Hickmet Fine Arts operated its retail business from a large estate and gallery close to Gatwick Airport. This property was sold to developers in 1996 since when the Company has been active exhibiting the finest Antique European Sculpture and Art Glass at major Antiques Fairs in both the United Kingdom and the USA. In addition we are also pleased to present our stock of Sculpture, Art Glass, Works of Art and Furniture in our main showrooms.

Website : Hickmet Fine Arts

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Purdy Hicks - London - United Kingdom

Purdy Hicks first opened the gallery in 1992 in Jacob Street Studios in south east London. It moved in 1995 to its present site, a 3000 sq ft former Victorian warehouse, close to Tate Modern.
The gallery is committed to exhibiting the best of contemporary international art by established and emerging artists.


Emma Hill Fine Art Eagle Gallery - London - United Kingdom

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

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