Monthly Archives: November 2012

Last Chance to see our fantastic Keith Vaughan exhibition!

Our Keith Vaughan centenary exhibition is now half way through its run and again like previous exhibitions we have had record visitors and, having just spoken to one of them,  many have come from far afield! – so don’t forget it ends on Saturday 1st December at 2pm. Sales have been steady and we have […]

Art Miami 2012

Art Miami is coming round again and we will be there as usual, at the front of the fair. Last year an astonishing 55,000 visitors came to the show and at times we were over-run. It was the most successful fair we have ever done and we sold works by Henry Moore, Lynn Chadwick, William […]

Tim Flach – More Than Human

The world is going crazy for Tim’s new book, More than Human which will be launched at the gallery on Dec 5th together with selected prints for sale in very small editions.  Most of the UK media covered this last week as well and enquiries are coming in from all over the world. There will […]


The long awaited Keith Vaughan exhibition is finally underway. Inevitably the opening was packed with hundreds of books signed and hundreds of visitors. Many have come back since to see the show in a more calm atmosphere. There are 84 pictures on show, something of a record, and many not seen before in public. Look […]

IFPDA New York Print Fair

Well, in the face of great adversity i.e. Hurricane Sandy , the Osborne Samuel stand at the IFPDA New York Print Fair was up and running well in time for the Gala Preview last night (Thursday 1st November). It was touch and go as so many galleries struggled to get their wares to the Armory […]

KEITH VAUGHAN: An exhibition of Paintings, Gouaches and Drawings

Keith Vaughan was one of the most outstanding artists of his generation and for this centenary tribute we are presenting over eighty paintings, gouaches and drawings spanning every part of his career, surpassing the sixty works we assembles for our seminal exhibition in 2007. Some have been generously lent by private collectors and have not […]