As well as contemporary artists we also handle work by famous artists from the 20th Century. Some of our recent exhibitions have exhibited original prints by Chagall, Kandinsky, Pasmore, Piranesi and Caulfield.
High quaility original prints are sought after for their rarity and craftsmanship and are therefore extremely collectable. As well as being a pleasure to own and enjoy they are also a good investment.
If you are looking for a specific work by a particular artist please give us a call and we will be pleased to see if we can find it for you.
Below are a sample of artists we have exhibited in the last 12 months.
Elisabeth Frink was born in Thurlow, Suffolk in 1930 and studied at Guildford School of Art and Chelsea School of Art. She was widely recognised as the greatest British sculptor of her generation and established herself as a printmaker of major importance.
This exhibition of lithographs by Henri Matisse, considered by many as one of the greatest figures in modern art, is outstanding. Serious art collectors and first time buyers of art are drawn to Matisse for his characteristic style, with its flat brilliant colour and fluid line.
Born in Castleford on 30th July 1898, Henry Moore is generally acknowledged as one of the greatest artists of the 20th Century. The son of a Yorkshire Miner, he served in the First World War after which he gained a place at Leeds School of Art studying drawing and sculpture. His reputation became assured in 1948 when he won the International Sculpture prize at the Venice Biennale and then on came public commissions from all over the world. From the late 1940s until his death, he was recognized as the most celebrated British artist of his time and one of the most contraversial.
“ Most people tend to remember Le Corbusier as an architect and designer. Relatively little is known about Corbusier’s work in the field of art and yet it formed a massive part of his practice. In fact Corbusier himself said that the secret of his architecture lay in his painting “
At his finest Marc Chagall must rank as one of the foremost artists of the twentieth century and certainly one of the leading lights of the School of Paris.
Maurice De Vlaminck 1876 - 1958. A French painter and printmaker that was a principal figure in the fauve movement.