Picture of the week
is one of our fabulous pieces of fairground art from late 30's/early 40's from our previous exhibition. By incorporating elements of popular culture in their work fairground artists unwittingly became some of the first pop artists.
Disney character fairground panel by Anonymous Fairground Artist 1
Advice? Julian Hartnoll is happy to offer advice on the purchase and sale of paintings and is also interested in purchasing works of art, especially those by artists John Bratby, Jack Smith and Edward Middleditch.
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 and Outsider 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.
The gallery has a varied exhibition schedule. For more details take a look at our exhibition page or if you would like to be notified of future dates please send us an email.
are three traditional fairground double-sided dropper boards from the 1960's. They will form part of a foyer exhibition on fairground and circus art at the Battersea Decorative Art Fair September 30th to 5th October. Come and see us at our stand.
Although this is probably the smallest gallery in London visitors are invited to view works of art in the informal atmosphere of 37 Duke Street, St James's at the new opening times of Mon-Fri 10-6pm or by appointment.