The Richard Green Gallery is pleased to announce a wonderful opportunity for first-time buyers to create a collection with confidence at the January exhibition of ‘50 paintings under £50,000’ to be held at 147 New Bond Street, London. Featuring an extensive range of subjects, periods and styles including landscape, portraiture, marine, sporting, still life and genre painting from the seventeenth to the twentieth century, including realist and impressionistic techniques from figuration to abstraction, this exciting exhibition offers the chance to purchase excellent examples by well-known masters at affordable prices from £5,000 to £50,000. Each beautifully framed and in superb condition, this carefully curated selection of paintings derive from stately homes as well as corporate collections, some deaccessioned from public institutions and others purchased directly from the artist, with previous owners including Mark Birley, the Hon. Evelina Rothschild and Lord Richard Attenborough.
The illustrious list of artists includes the eminent marine painter Thomas Whitcombe and the celebrated sporting and animal painters, Benjamin & John Frederick Herring Snr, Archibald Thorburn, the finest bird painter Britain ever produced, and the Victorian inventor of nocturnes, John Atkinson Grimshaw. Epitomising the charm and elegance of the Belle Epoque, Paul-Cesar Helleu, and the suave naturalism of the Newlyn School, Albert Chevallier Tayler. From the Camden Town School, one of the most influential British artists of the twentieth century, Walter Richard Sickert, and representing the School of St Ives, the leading painter and critic Patrick Heron, as well as adored Royal Academicians, Mary Fedden and Ken Howard. Whether looking to establish or enhance your art collection or simply to find the perfect present, ‘50 paintings under £50,000’ offers a wealth of choice at affordable prices.
A fully illustrated catalogue is available.
Wednesday, 17 January, 2018 -
Sunday, 18 February, 2018
147 New Bond Street