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Late June - early July - www.masterpiecefair.com

Masterpiece London is one of the most exciting international events to occur in the capital. Representing an inter-disciplinary fusion of traditional and modern, old and new, Masterpiece London brings together not only the finest of the fine and decorative arts, but also the best of wines, classic cars, jewellery and contemporary design. Andrew brings a selection of current stock, please do contact him if you wish to know specific details of his exhibits.


14th - 24th JUNE 2006 (Mon-Sat), 10am - 6pm

Juliet Scott works in still life, making works of many combinations of simple contemporary objects, she began this study in monochrome and composition focussed pieces and has now moved on to explore the subjects in colour.

This exhibition concentrates on colour and still life, and the worlds that arise from the way the objects are combined, the light that emanates from the paper and the relationship between colour and composition.

With the exception of a few small encaustic paintings, all the works are monoprints. Monoprints may be described as printed paintings, but instead of working and layering up on a canvas the image is created in wet paint on a plate. Oil paint is thinly painted on and removed, then printed onto paper to create a unique image. Some of the larger works use three or four plates creating composite prints.

This is Juliet's first solo exhibition, an opportunity to show with Andrew Blackman emerged at the end of last year and since then she and her bicycle have done little but ride through wind and rain between Kennington and Bermondsey in pursuit of still life.

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10th - 19th December 2005 (Mon-Sat), 10am - 6pm

This exhibition features a wide range of fine sporting pictures, covering all aspects of the sporting life - shooting, racing, hunting, dogs and cards. There are both paintings and drawings, so prices range from under £1000 to more than £100,000. Many of the pictures are by English artists of the nineteenth century, the hey-day of sporting art, but French painting of the eighteenth century is also represented, as are some more modern masters.

Highlights of the exhibition include a pair of pointers in landscapes by Alexandre-Francois Desportes, a drawing of a stag's head by Archibald Thorburn, a Richard Ansdell of a stag and deerhounds, and an Alfred Munnings drawing of hounds, with Windsor Castle in the distance. A small selection of the 40 works in the exhibition can be seen to the left; please click on a thumbnail to see a larger image including details of the painting. For further details, or details of other items in the show please contact the gallery.

We are also very pleased to include a group of the highly sought-after drawings of celebrated sculptor Jonathan Kenworthy.