Cabinet Paintings at the National Gallery London


The National Gallery’s outstanding collection of seventeenth century Dutch and Flemish works includes many ‘cabinet paintings’, smaller-scale works in various genres: religion and history, flower [read more]



Henry Moore OM CH (1898 – 1986), British artist, master sculptor Over the past months, Richard Green Gallery has maintained a strong effort to engage [read more]

Language of Flowers


In conjunction with our online exhibition Celebrating Chelsea Flowers and the now virtual RHS Chelsea Flower Show, the Richard Green Gallery’s research department has selected [read more]

Helping to Build Heritage for 65 Years – JMW Turner


Since the foundation of Richard Green Gallery in 1955, we have helped over eighty museums and public institutions, in fourteen countries worldwide, to grow their [read more]

My Favourite Things: Lord Leighton’s “The Painter’s Honeymoon”


Jonathan Green admires Lord Leighton’s “The Painter’s Honeymoon”. Watch the video below.    

My Favourite Things


Jonathan Green is moved by the late Rembrandt Self-portrait in the Frick Collection, New York. Watch the video below.    

Bright Young Things


Augustus John’s 1921 portrait of Baronne Baba d’Erlanger and Miss Paula Gellibrand, formerly with Richard Green, was generously lent by a private collector to the [read more]

Black and White and à la mode


We have all heard of Rembrandt, but what about the other portraitists working in Amsterdam when the snub-nosed, curly-haired Young Turk burst upon the scene [read more]

A sculptor of great importance


Through the winter season, Richard Green lent two exceptional sculptures by Barbara Hepworth to two major exhibitions; the exquisite Marble form (Coré), 1955, played a [read more]

True to Nature and to Art


Anyone who marvelled at the Fondation Custodia loan exhibition at TEFAF Maastricht in 2012 will be aware of the riches that it contains. Housed in [read more]

Turner watercolour acquired by the Athelstan Museum, Malmesbury


We are delighted to announce that JMW Turner’s watercolour of Malmesbury Abbey, Wiltshire, 1827, has been acquired from Richard Green by the Athelstan Museum, Malmesbury, [read more]

Washington’s Golden Age


The National Gallery, Washington DC has one of the world’s finest collections of seventeenth century Dutch and Flemish art. Building on the founding collections of [read more]

Willem Wissing’s “Portrait of Henrietta and Mary Hyde” in the Tate’s British Baroque, Power and Illusion


This double “Portrait of Henrietta and Mary Hyde” (c.1683-5) by seventeenth-century British painter Willem Wissing, previously sold by Richard Green to the Tate collection in [read more]

Piano player on view at Pallant House Gallery


Richard Green is delighted to lend the vivacious Piano player, 1944, by Ivon Hitchens to ‘Ivon Hitchens: Space through Colour’, the largest exhibition of the [read more]

Richard Green – A painting I would never sell


“I would never sell this painting both because of its intriguing history and its connection to my career in the art world. I met Sir [read more]

Alfred Munnings reading at Penlee House Gallery & Museum


Richard Green is delighted to lend Alfred Munnings reading, painted circa 1910, to the Penlee House Gallery & Museum in Penzance, Cornwall for their current [read more]

Two others have been there at the Museum MORE

  Richard Green is delighted to lend Two others have been there (1992) by Euan Uglow to the Museum MORE, Gorssel, the largest museum of modern [read more]

Alan Davie and all that Jazz


Alan Davie and all that Jazz featured by Frances Allitt in the ATG Dealers’ Diary. Thank you to Frances Allitt at the Antiques Trade Gazette [read more]

Flowers, red & gold at the Garden Museum


Richard Green is delighted to lend Hitchens’ Flowers, red & gold, to the exhibition “Ivon Hitchens: The Painter in the Woods” at London’s Garden Museum, [read more]

Sunflowers and Apples at Tate Britain


Richard Green highly recommends, The EY Exhibition: Van Gogh and Britain at Tate Britain until 11th August 2019, the first large-scale exploration of connections between [read more]

John Green Obituary


  We are very sad to announce that John Green, elder brother of Richard Green, passed away on 15 March. John and Richard Green began [read more]

Farbe und licht


Printemps rose by Henri-Edmond Cross (1856–1910), previously with Richard Green, is now on loan to the Museum Barberini, Potsdam exhibition, ‘Color and Light: The Neo-Impressionist [read more]

Seen and heard: Two Richard Green paintings on loan to the Guidhall Art Gallery’s ‘Victorian Children in Painting’ exhibition


Richard Green has lent two important paintings to the Guildhall Art Gallery’s exhibition, ‘Seen and Heard: Victorian Children in the Frame’, now on until 28th [read more]



“I was extremely pleased with the result. We sold two beautiful flower paintings, an early 19th century work and an Impressionist and we have two [read more]

All the fun of the fair!


Following the success and excitement of Frieze Masters, during which several art works found new homes, our exhibitions return to the galleries and in the [read more]

In Fashion: Peter Copping X Richard Green


Richard Green Gallery are thrilled to officially announce our current Instagram collaboration with Peter Copping. For a number of months, the Richard Green Gallery Instagram [read more]

The Gazebo at Charleston


The Gazebo at Charleston, painted in 1940 by Duncan Grant (1885 – 1978), will spend the summer enveloped within the history of the site on [read more]

Normandy scene on loan to the National Gallery, London’s exhibition Monet and Architecture


Richard Green Gallery has lent Claude Monet’s Falaise à Varengeville, 1882, to the National Gallery, London’s superb exhibition Monet and Architecture, which continues until 29th [read more]

Patrick Heron at Tate St Ives until 30th September 2018

Richard Green is delighted to sponsor a major retrospective on the acclaimed British artist and critic, Patrick Heron (1920-1999), one of the leading painters of [read more]

Green shows an affordable fifty


Multi-million buys may be out of reach but five-figure quality is on offer at top London gallery, says Frances Allitt. Read the full article from The [read more]

Five centuries of master paintings at 147 New Bond Street


Take a whirlwind tour of Europe with our Five Centuries of Master Paintings at Richard Green’s 147 New Bond Street gallery:   Gaze upon a [read more]

Invitation to the Dance


A pastel by Edgar Degas, Danseuse à l’éventail, formerly with Richard Green and now in a private collection, is on view in the Fitzwilliam Museum’s [read more]

September at the Richard Green Galleries


Today is the beginning of September, and as this month brings with it the arrival of autumn, our summer begins to draw to a close. [read more]

Caspar Netscher’s A woman feeding a parrot


Caspar Netscher’s Young woman feeding a parrot, 1666, sold by Richard Green to the National Gallery, Washington DC last year, is a highlight of “Vermeer [read more]

Father of the Newlyn School


‘Stanhope Forbes: Father of the Newlyn School’ has opened at Penlee House Gallery & Museum in Penzance until 9 September. Over seventy works from rarely seen private collections as [read more]

Epsom, la course


Today is known officially in Epsom as ‘Derby Day’ and though several races will be taking place on the Epsom Downs, The Investec Derby will [read more]

Viva Arte Venezia!


The 57th International Art Exhibition, ‘Viva Arte Viva’, organised by La Biennale di Venezia opens to the public tomorrow until 26th November, a seminal art [read more]

The Penguin guide to buying art by Colin Gleadell


Selling off a Lowry to start a book-themed corporate collection was a shrewd move, says Colin Gleadell. Read the full article from The Daily Telegraph [read more]

Richard Green at TEFAF Maastricht 2017


Richard Green Gallery would like warmly to welcome you to the prestigious art fair TEFAF Maastricht 2017. This year our stand will house an eclectic [read more]

Ken Howard: An interview at Oriel


As we prepare for his 12th exhibition at the gallery, Ken took time out of his busy schedule to discuss Ken Howard: A painter’s journey with [read more]

Barbara Hepworth


The British artist Barbara Hepworth (1903-1975), a leading figure of the international modern art movement in the 1930s and one of the most important sculptors [read more]

Nautical style


John Piper (1903-1992), born on this day in 1903 Sea buildings, 1938, was painted at a pivotal moment in Piper’s career during the artist’s experimentation [read more]

A bridge between representation and abstraction


A bridge between representation and abstraction Progression or conversion? See the transformation of #Victor Pasmore’s work from lyrical representation to radical abstraction, described by Herbert Read as ‘the most revolutionary event in [read more]

Peter Lanyon at 33 New Bond Street


Richard Green Gallery would like to celebrate the work of the great British artist Peter Lanyon (St. Ives 1918 – 1964 Taunton). The two important [read more]

Richard Green at TEFAF New York


Richard Green Gallery, an exhibitor at TEFAF Maastricht since the 1970s, is delighted to take part in the first TEFAF New York at the Park [read more]

Henry Moore at 33 New Bond Street


Prior to exhibition at Frieze Masters in October, we are now hanging a spectacular preview of drawings and sculptures by one of the leading sculptors [read more]



Celebrating the spirit of Paris with works by Degas and Jean Béraud on our stand at the Biennale des Antiquaires 2016 – Grand Palais, Paris; [read more]