Our summer show for 2022 is the first major selling exhibition on Lowes Luard for over forty years. Working on behalf of the artist's family with access to the extensive research undertaken by Luard's grandson Nicholas Lyell the exhibition covers Luard's career from his early work through his paintings of Paris to the extraordinary drawings he made in both World Wars and his depictions of circuses and the races at Newmarket. To mark this show we are publishing a fully illustrated catalogue with an introductory essay by David Boyd Haycock, one of the leading British art historians on this period.
The show runs in our Ground floor gallery space in Mason's Yard off Duke Street, St James's from 26th May to 15th June 2022. Catalogue to be published and available here online from mid May 2022.
From the beginning of November 2021, we will be open in our new gallery on the ground floor of 6 Mason's Yard (having moved from the third floor above). To mark our move we will be opening with a joint exhibition on British watercolours and drawings with Guy Peppiatt Fine Art who (along with Nicholas Shaw) we now share the space. The show will be on display from the week of 29th November.