Category Exhibitions

Brendan Stuart Burns

BRENDAN STUART BURNS: GESTURE | GLIMPSE | MEMORY. Exhibition continues until Saturday March 21. DON’T MISS Brendan Burns’ first major exhibition in London. Burns’ paintings reflect his intimate study of the seashore rock pools, lichen, sand, pebbles and the powerful sensation of the rhythm of coastal tides and winds and the erosion caused. All these constitute […]

The Photographers 2014

The Photographers 2014 20 November – 23 December 2014 Many of you will know that we have a new interest in photography. In part this reflects a logical evolution of the art market. Photography is simply another medium for great art, to add to painting, prints and sculpture for which we are well known. However […]

Lynn Chadwick Exhibition

Our show has been described in the press as “unmissable” and includes several unique early works by Chadwick being seen for the first time. We have some of his very first sculptures and include many works from each decade of his long career. The new book by Michael Bird is on sale at the gallery at […]

Lynn Chadwick: A Centenary Exhibition

Our long awaited Lynn Chadwick centenary show has now opened. We have a remarkable collection of rare, early sculptures by Chadwick and later works spanning the whole of his career. There are early mobiles and plaster models, bronzes from the 1950s, some of the famous Beasts and Birds that were shown at the 1956 Venice […]

Sean Henry at Glyndebourne

Osborne Samuel Gallery are proud to support Sean Henry’ solo exhibtion at Glyndebourne Opera House this summer. Sean Henry depicts anonymous people. His works are a penetrating examination of the lived experience. The sculptures exist alongside us but go beyond the narrow limits of simply imitating life through subtle changes to scale, colour and material. […]

The Cutting Edge of Modernity; An Exhibition of Grosvenor School Linocuts

Our current exhibition of colour linocuts titled The Cutting Edge of Modernity; An Exhibition of Grosvenor School Linocuts opened with a busy private view on April 10th.  These colourful vintage linocuts made during the 1930s, inspired by a Cubist/Futurist fusion of imagery were exhibited in London during the 1930s and sold back then for just […]

Tim Flach: More Than Human Private View!

Tim’s private view of his spectacular More Than Human exhibition proved to be hugely popular, with people turning up last night, despite the bitter cold, in the masses. Guests were welcomed to a champagne reception and book signing by Tim himself. There was certainly something for everyone, whether you are a snake fanatic and wouldn’t squirm […]