Mummery + Schnelle - London - United Kingdom

Mummery + Schnelle was established in 2007 by Andrew Mummery and Wolfram Schnelle. The gallery exhibits international contemporary art, building on an artist base established by Andrew Mummery, that focuses mainly on painting and photography.

The gallery’s exhibition programme has recently started to feature conceptual art made in the 1960s and 70s and employing photography as its primary medium. Exhibitions of the work of Luigi Ghirri (Sept/Oct 2011) and Giorgio Ciam (Jan/Mar 2012) re-examined the work of two artists working in Italy during a period situated between Arte Povera and the Transavantgarde who questioned the nature of the art object, its reception and its making. Last year the gallery started to work with British artist Stuart Brisley, probably best known for the series of key performance related works created in the 1970s and 80s that re-defined what “performance art” might be and encompass. In September 2012 the gallery staged an exhibition that which included key photographic works from the 1970s by two important Colombian artists, Miguel Angel Rojas and Fernell Franco. In September 2013, the gallery will present an exhibition of postwar photography from Poland focusing on rarely seen material from the 1950s and 60s.

The gallery’s critical approach aims to generate dialogue and debate through a phenomenological reading of art and its reception. The majority of exhibitions are complemented by a series of commissioned texts and publications, considering the gallery as a meeting space for artists, scholars and collectors.

Website & source : http://www.mummeryschnelle.com/index.htm

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The Multiple Store - London - United Kingdom

The Multiple Store commissions new limited editions (most in 3-D) by leading contemporary artists including Turner Prize nominees Fiona Banner, Anya Gallaccio, Langlands & Bell, Cornelia Parker; and Alison Wilding and Turner Prize winner Granville Davey.

Our reputation is for producing high quality, collectible artwork by major artists whose value will increase over time. The Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Yale Center for British Art; the Victoria & Albert Museum; and the British Council are among the many major international collections that have purchased our editions.

Our artworks have been exhibited at a number of major venues including; the institute of Contemporary Art, Whitechapel Gallery, Tate Liverpool, Yorkshire Sculpture Park and Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.

Website & source : http://www.themultiplestore.org/

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Frederick Mulder - London - United Kingdom

Dr Frederick Mulder CBE has been a private art dealer since 1971 in London dealing in original prints
from the 15th to 20th centuries. We deal in a wide range of prints but our speciality is Picasso and in
particular the linocuts he made between 1951 and 1965. Our holdings of Picasso's linocuts are probably
among the most extensive in the world.

Dr Mulder is considered to be one of the world's experts in the field of 19th and 20th century European
prints. His clients include most of the major museums: Metropolitan Museum and Museum of Modern Art,
New York; National Gallery of Art, Washington; Art Institute of Chicago; National Museum of
Western Art, Tokyo; Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada; Australian National Gallery, Canberra, and
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; British Museum, London; Victoria and Albert Museum, London;
National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh; Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

Website & source : http://www.frederickmulder.com/Gallery.asp

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The Bettie Morton Gallery - London - United Kingdom

Established in 1999, the Bettie Morton Gallery has an exciting programme of exhibitions and is situated in the heart of one of the most vibrant areas of South London.

Website : http://www.bettiemortongallery.co.uk/index.htm

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Guy Morrison - London - United Kingdom

Guy Morrison has been an independent art dealer and agent since 1985.

Located on the 4th floor of 58 Jermyn Street above the Sladmore Gallery & Simon Dickinson, he offers discreet guidance on the purchase & sale of paintings including Old Masters, British Sporting paintings, the Impressionists, post impressionists & 20th Century British works.

Operating on a commission basis, he sources paintings from auctions, his wide network of contacts amongst the artworld and from private owners. He has acted for some of his clients for many years, and continues to assist them in the management of their collections.

Website : http://www.guymorrison.com/

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Harry Moore-Gwyn - London - United Kingdom

Harry Moore-Gwyn first began dealing at a stand in an antiques centre whilst an under- graduate at Oxford University. After two years at Sotheby’s, Bond Street starting on the company’s graduate trainee scheme, he founded the business in 2000. It has become one of the leading British dealers in 18th and early 19th Century drawings and British art of the period 1900-1950, with a particular focus on neglected artists of the time.


MOKSPACE - London - United Kingdom

MOKSPACE, an exciting new gallery within the international art scene that is focused here in London, is where East meets West. Principally it spotlights work from today's most exciting, and booming, creative sources - Korea, China and Japan.

From time to time Mokspace also includes the work of artists and designers from other locations in Europe and the United States, plus that created by inspired creative people from other cultures who have chosen to live and work in the UK.
Of course, we are mindful of the diverse community of young artistic talent active in the UK, and watch their vocation with great interest. Like so many artists at the start of their careers, many remain virtually undiscovered, and so we make a point of lending a hand in their progress by staging mixed exhibitions throughout the year. Our policy will always be to display fresh new paintings, sculpture, photographs and contemporary design objects from these varied sectors which, through such imaginative input, may transcend the utilitarian and become aesthetically inspirational –be it through paint, metal, ceramics, glass, jewellery or lighting.

Website & source : http://www.mokspace.com/

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John Mitchell Fine Paintings - London - United Kingdom

John Mitchell Fine Paintings is an independent family business established in 1931 and now in its third generation with James Mitchell and William Mitchell, and their gallery manager David Gaskin. The gallery is located in a distinctive listed building on Old Bond Street, and visitors are welcome throughout the week.

James and William Mitchell specialise in buying and selling paintings, especially those from private collections, acting as agents for vendors and advising on all aspects of picture collecting, in particular framing, conservation and valuations. The firm participates in leading art fairs, as well as annually organizing both loan and selling exhibitions in the gallery. Bringing experience, integrity and scholarship to our chosen fields of picture dealing, our aim is not simply to sell paintings but also to sell the idea of collecting, with all the long-term interest that it may hold for present and future generations.

John Mitchell Fine Paintings has an active association with the museum world, with important loan exhibitions of pictures from, among others, Tate Britain, the Ashmolean and FitzwilliamMuseums and the NationalMaritimeMuseum having been held at our gallery in recent years.

Website : http://www.johnmitchell.net/Home-John-Mitchell-DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=1&lg=en

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Victoria Miro - London - United Kingdom

Victoria Miro first opened her gallery in Cork Street, Mayfair in 1985. The gallery quickly earned acclaim for showing the work of established and emerging artists from the USA, Europe and Asia, and for nurturing the careers of young artists from the UK. In 2000 Victoria Miro Gallery relocated to a sensitively converted, 8,000-square-foot former furniture factory situated between Hoxton and Islington in northeast London. With exhibition spaces on two floors, the gallery is almost unique in London for having its own garden, a beautiful landscaped area overlooking a restored stretch of the Regent's Canal at Wenlock Basin which has been used to great effect for installations by gallery artists such as Yayoi Kusama.

In October 2006 the gallery expanded further by opening Victoria Miro 14, a 9,000-square-foot exhibition and viewing space open to the public for special exhibitions and projects.

Website : http://www.victoria-miro.com/

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Catharine Miller - London - United Kingdom

Catharine Miller is a London-based art dealer specialising in contemporary, figurative, affordable paintings and sculpture from Europe and South America. With 30 years of experience in the art business, Catharine Miller offers an informative, yet informal approach. Her keen eye for the colourful and different, as well as the classic and beautiful has founded her a solid reputation amongst her clients and the trade alike.

Website : http://www.catharinemiller.com/

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Duncan R. Miller Fine Arts - London - United Kingdom

Duncan R. Miller Fine Arts was founded in 1976 and has since that time established itself as one of London’s noted galleries dealing in quality Modern British paintings.

Through its proprietor, Duncan R. Miller, the gallery has played a pioneering role in the revival of interest in paintings by the group of artists known as The Scottish Colourists. We are now recognised as a leading gallery in the works of these four important painters, Cadell, Fergusson, Hunter and Peploe. Each looked to, and worked with the great early twentieth Century French painters such as Matisse and The Fauves.

In addition to exhibiting work by a wide range of contemporary artists we also participate in several Fine Art and Antique Fairs throughout the year, including the BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair and Art Antiques London, as well as the contemporary Art fairs including the Business Design Centre and those held at the Royal College of Art, London.

Website : http://www.duncanmiller.com/

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Messum's - London - United Kingdom

Founded by David Messum in 1963, Messum's are a second-generation family firm of art dealers specialising in British Art from 1750 to the present day. For over 40 years we have pioneered the research and re-evaluation of important periods in British Painting, and are particularly renowned for having led the market in the re-appraisal of the British Impressionist artists, along with the Newlyn and St Ives schools of painting. Today Messum's continues to be internationally recognised as a leader in the field of British art.

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

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Simon Oldfield - London - United Kingdom

Our programme is ambitious and collaborative. We work closely with artists and independent curators to realise projects with strong curatorial vision and clarity. Since our inaugural show in 2009 we have presented work by both UK and international artists, and a spectrum of emerging, mid-career and established artists. As an independent gallery, we are committed to building a rigorous programme, while taking curatorial risks – an approach that has received excellent critical response.

Simon Oldfield is committed to presenting the first UK solo presentations for promising artists including Matthew La Croix, Simon Foxall, Sam Knowles and Ryan Leigh. We have also presented solo exhibitions by established artists including Neal Tait.

We represent Sam Knowles, Ryan Leigh, Kay Harwood, Ben Ashton, Julia Fodor aka Princess Julia and Daniel Wallis. We also have close relationships with Katie Cuddon, Sam Plagerson, Juno Calypso, Jonny Briggs, Tim Ellis, Sam Basu, Ben Ravenscroft and Neal Tait.

Our space allows us to run concurrent presentations and show work in depth and more diverse work including installation, sound, film and sculpture. We also run the Aloud: Storytelling programme.

Simon Oldfield has an international client base, working with established and young collectors. Simon Oldfield is also the global art advisor for corporate collections including The Jason Atherton Collection.

2013 will see the gallery continuing to build on its international programme and the expansion of Simon Oldfield Press, publishing books, catalogues and editions. Simon Oldfield supports gallery artists, arts organisations including The Whitechapel Gallery. We also run an artist-in-residence programme and Ryan Leigh is the current resident.

Website : http://simonoldfield.com/

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The Mayor Gallery - London - United Kingdom

The Mayor Gallery was the first gallery to open its doors in Cork Street. Founded by Fred Mayor (1903-1973) in 1925, many artists exhibited for the first time in England at the Mayor Gallery and included, amongst others, Bacon, Calder, Ernst, Klee, Masson, Miro and Paolozzi. The Mayor Gallery was also the centre of UNIT ONE, a group that included Henry Moore, Ben Nicholson, Paul Nash, Edward Wadsworth, Edward Burra and others.

Fred’s son, James Mayor, took over the Gallery in 1973 and since then the Mayor Gallery has shown the work of many leading American artists. They include: Hesse, Lichtenstein, Martin, Oldenburg, Rauschenberg, Rosenquist, Ryman, Twombly, Warhol and Wesselmann.

The Gallery continues to show the works of leading American Pop artists as well as European Nouveau Realism, but remains London's foremost Gallery for Dada, Zero and Surrealism.

Website : http://www.mayorgallery.com/Current/c34/index.html

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Jonathan Cooper - Park Walk Gallry - London - United Kingdom

Jonathan Cooper opened his gallery in Park Walk, Chelsea in 1988. Since then the gallery has gained a reputation for championing award winning contemporary artists in three specialisations - notably Representational, Botanical and Wildlife Art - who have gone on to become leaders in their fields.

The gallery is a member of SLAD (The Society of London Art Dealers) and BADA (The British Antique Dealers association), and regularly exhibits at art fairs in the UK, USA, Canada and Hong Kong.

The gallery continues to support the vital work of wildlife conservation charities, and in the last couple of years has been delighted to work alongside Elephant Family and Hauser Bears.

Website : http://www.jonathancooper.co.uk/

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The Matthiesen Gallery - London - United Kingdom

The Matthiesen Gallery was founded in 1978 by Patrick Matthiesen, son of renowned Berlin and London dealer Francis Matthiesen, who had arranged the sale of pictures on behalf of The Hermitage in the late 1920s and 30s. Now entering its fourth decade, this purpose-built gallery in the heart of St. James, has built an established and formidable reputation as a leading international dealer in important Italian, French and Spanish artworks, dating from the 14th Century up to and including many of the major nineteenth century schools.


Oliver Contemporary - London - United Kingdom

Oliver Contemporary brings together  new and established contemporary artists and sculptors working with the Modern British tradition.

Website : http://www.olivercontemporary.co.uk/index.php

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Marlborough - London - United Kingdom

Marlborough Fine Art was founded in 1946 by Frank Lloyd and Harry Fischer who emigrated to England from Vienna, where Lloyd's family had been antique dealers for three generations and Fischer had dealt in antiquarian books. They first met in 1940, as soldiers in the British army. In 1948 they were joined by a third partner, David Somerset, now the Duke of Beaufort, and chairman of Marlborough Fine Art (London) Ltd.
After the wartime years of recession, London became the principal market for modern art and Marlborough's role in this changing art world was established. It set standards for exhibitions that were worthy of a modern museum. These were reviewed like museum shows, and the gallery became a focus for collectors, museum directors and connoisseurs as well as history of art students. In 1952 Marlborough was already selling masterpieces of late 19th century including bronzes by Edgar Degas and paintings by Mary Cassatt, Paul Signac, Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Alfred Sisley, Auguste Renoir amongst others and drawings by Constantine Guys and Vincent van Gogh.
In the late 1950's and early 1960's Marlborough put on a string of prime exhibitions related to expressionism and the modern German tradition: Art in Revolt, Germany 1905-1925; Kandinsky, the Road to Abstraction and The Painters of the Bauhaus. These were followed by a major Kurt Schwitters show in 1963. In 1960 an exhibition of new paintings by Francis Bacon proved sensational. In 1961 Henry Moore's important exhibition of stone and wood carvings was applauded by clients and the press. The same year saw an exhibition of Jackson Pollock's paintings which included a very rare and early Self Portrait dating from 1933. In 1964 an extraordinary exhibition of paintings, watercolours and drawings by Egon Schiele were shown in London for the first time.
In the 1960's Frank Lloyd moved to New York and in 1972 his son Gilbert Lloyd, who joined the gallery ten years earlier, assumed control of Marlborough Fine Art in London. At the same time Pierre Levai, Frank Lloyd's nephew, took over the running of Marlborough in New York. During the 1970's and 80's, Marlborough staged some of London's most remarkable exhibitions by such artists as: Frank Auerbach, Francis Bacon, Lynn Chadwick, Lucian Freud, Barbara Hepworth, R.B.Kitaj, Henry Moore, Ben Nicholson, Victor Pasmore, John Piper and Graham Sutherland. Important exhibitions were held of work by Jacques Lipchitz and René Magritte in 1973; Max Beckmann and Max Bill in 1974; Henri Matisse in 1978 and the innovative Schwitters in Exile show of 1981 which reshaped opinion of the late work of this artist.
During the 1980's and 90's exhibitions of work by Stephen Conroy, John Davies, Bill Jacklin, Ken Kiff, and Paula Rego were held. In 1994-95 R.B. Kitaj had a major Retrospective at the Tate Gallery, London travelling to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Metropolitan Museum, New York. In 2001 the Royal Academy London showed a Retrospective of Frank Auerbach. The same year Paula Rego showed at Abbot Hall Art Gallery & Museum in Kendal which travelled to the Yale Center for British Art. In 2003 a Stephen Conroy Retrospective was shown at the Schloss Gottorf Museum in Schleswig-Holstein.
John Davies's major Retrospective at the Museo de Bellas Artes in Bilbao closed in 2005 and travelled to the Valencia Institute of Modern Art also in 2005. Paula Rego had a major Retrospective at the Serralves Museum, Oporto from 2004-2005. Her work was also shown as part of the 'In Focus' series at Tate Britain from 2004-2005 which included her Triptych The Pillow Man. Another major Retrospective of Paula Rego's work, curated by Marco Livingstone, was shown at the Reina Sofia, Madrid in 2007. The exhibition then travelled to the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington in 2008.
The Marlborough stable of international artists continues to exhibit worldwide. In 2005 London held an exhibition of prints by the 90 year old Louise Bourgeois who currently lives and works in New York. This was followed by the British artist Bill Jacklin, who also lives and works in New York, showing his New York Skaters. Lucian Freud's Etchings was followed by the American artist Dale Chihuly's installation of glass flowers and shells, which were subsequently shown at Marlborough Monaco. In 2006 Marlborough London held exhibitions by the abstract painter Therese Oulton, followed by Claudia Bravo's paintings which were also shown in Madrid and Monaco. The Italian artist Daniela Gullotta showed her large paintings of Forgotten Spaces and R. B. Kitaj's exhibition Little Pictures was shown at the end of the year. A Memorial to R. B. Kitaj, who tragically died in October 2007, was shown at the Marlborough Gallery, New York in April 2008.
In 2007 an exhibitions of Masks by Thierry Despont was shown in London and Monaco. Frank Auerbach's Etchings and Drypoints, 1954-2006 were shown in London and an exhibition of Auerbach's work was shown in Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, in April 2008. A very successful exhibition of paintings and drawings from the Estate of the late Euan Uglow was held in 2007, followed by an exhibition of work by three young German artists: Karin Kneffel, Cornelia Schleime and SEO.
During the 1990's, Marlborough took another new step in becoming one of the first galleries in the Western world to exhibit contemporary art from China. In 1953 Marlborough had already staged a small exhibition of two Chinese painters in London and during the 1960's Marlborough exhibited the abstract paintings of the Chinese artist Lin Sho-Yu (who worked in London under the name of Richard Lin). The gallery's relationship with Chinese art took on a different dimension with the exhibition, New Art from China: Post 1979, which took place at the London gallery, from December 1994 to January 1995.
In 1995 Chen Yifei, the most prominent and respected of Contemporary Chinese artists, signed an exclusive world-wide contract with Marlborough Fine Art. He subsequently had major retrospective exhibitions at the China National Museum of Fine Arts, Beijing, and the new Shanghai Museum as well as a One-Man Show at the Musée Granet in Aix-en-Provence, France. In 1997 he represented the People's Republic of China in the first ever, albeit temporary, Pavilion at the Venice Biennale. Since then Marlborough has organised Chen Yifei exhibitions in London (1997, 2001), New York (1999/2000), Munich (2001) and Paris (January 2002). A Memorial Exhibition to the artist, who sadly died in 2005, was held at Marlborough Fine Art London in the autumn of 2005. A further Memorial Exhibition took place at Marlborough Gallery New York from January - February 2007

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

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Man&Eve - London - United Kingdom

Man&Eve is a Modern and Contemporary art gallery and curatorial agency that was established in 2006 and represents a portfolio of emerging and established artists.

Between May 2006 – January 2010, Man&Eve was located in a Grade II listed Georgian town house in Kennington, London. Between 2010 – 2011 the exhibition programme moved to a former sea-cadet training centre on the Duchy of Cornwall Estate in Kennington, which was temporarily transformed into a project space that included studio space for artists. In March 2013 the gallery opened a permanent exhibition space on Lower Marsh SE1, close to the Southbank.

Website : http://www.manandeve.co.uk/

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Mallett - London - United Kingdom

Mallett is one of the oldest established antiques dealers in the world, specialising in the finest pieces of furniture and works of art, including pictures, clocks and other high quality objets d'art, primarily from the 18th century and Regency periods. For over 100 years Mallett has been sourcing important antiques with impeccable provenance for private collectors and the great museums of the world, including the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

The business was founded in 1865 in Bath by John Mallett, a jeweller and silversmith, and was carried on by his son, Walter Mallett, who expanded the trade to include old silver and furniture. In 1910 a shop was opened in New Bond Street, London and in 1937 the business, by which time had become one of the leading antique dealers in England, moved to London with the Bath premises being closed. Ever since then the business's principal showroom has been in New Bond Street, London. In 2003 the business opened its showroom in Madison Avenue, New York, thus establishing itself in the two major centres of the international antiques market, London and New York.

Website : http://www.mallettantiques.com/Index.aspx

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Open Gallery - London - United Kingdom

Open is a London gallery dedicated to the video painting project: a new form of video art that began with a philosophy.

In 2001, philosopher Hilary Lawson published Closure in which he proposed that the world is open, and we close that openness with thought and language. Subsequently, Lawson reinterpreted art as the attempt to avoid closure and approach openness. Progressing naturally from his background in documentary film-making, his first aesthetic explorations into this field of artistic openness were with moving imagery.

He sought a subjectless frame, kept the camera static to avoid introducing meaning, and allowed the camera to roll for several minutes. On reviewing the shot he was surprised to realise that he had never previously come across, or himself shot, material like this.

Over the following year he shot a great deal of material seeking to explore and understand this new format, which he called video painting. Subsequently an initial group of artists including Sancita Islam, William Raban, Isabelle Inghilleri, Nina Danino and Tina Keane was formed to discuss and share the new medium. The video painting was defined. The camera is stationary. There can be no subsequent editing or manipulation of the image. There is no dialogue, no sound.

The group sought to create single artworks that were formed from series of video paintings. This construction allowed a continually changing and deep exploration of the chosen subject matter by avoiding the short repetitive loops common to traditional video art. The first work to be completed was Hilary Lawson’s Openness; a series of 41 video paintings totaling 6 hours, 33 minutes which depicted the abstract openness found in the vast landscape of the Black Mountains and Welsh marshes.

The development of the video painting series occurred alongside the work of computer scientist, William Sowerbutts, who designed a technology which allowed the artists to control the meaning of the sequences of the video paintings within a series, whilst playing them in a continually changing and evolving order. Thus, the limitation of the short repetitive loop was completely avoided.

In 2006, Open Gallery was formed as an exhibition and sales platform for the expanding group of video artists. The first public installation took place in the UK later in the same year. Exhibitions at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (2006), Sketch Gallery (2007), the Hayward Gallery (2007), Crunch (2008), Shunt (2009), HowTheLightGetsIn (2009), The Miami Ice Palace (2009), the Square gallery (2010), the Hospital Club (2010) and the Nicholls and Clarke Building have followed.

Website : http://www.opengallery.co.uk/

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MacLean Fine Art - London - United Kingdom

MacLean Fine Art was formed by Catriona MacLean to promote the work of established and emerging artists. A consultancy service, including picture search, is offered to corporate and private clients. Catriona studied Fine Art at Sotheby’s Institute, London and has been a buyer of British art for many years for her own collection. Since 1998 she has been a Director of Fine Art Commissions.

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

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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 : http://www.mackenziefineart.com/

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