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Richard Greeen

Richard Green Gallery, London, is a family business in its third generation. The gallery has two West End premises where it handles paintings dating from 17th Century to 20th Century. These include Old Masters, such as 17th Century Dutch and Flemish still life and genre scenes and 18th Century Italian paintings, such as vedute painters, Canaletto, Bellotto and Marieschi; British, Sporting and Marine paintings; 19th Century European and Victorian paintings; French Impressionism and Post Impressionism; Modern British and Scottish Colourists.

London

United Kingdom
Address:
147 New Bond Street and 33 New Bond Street
W1S 2TS
Phone: +44 (0) 207 529 6134 and +44 (0) 207 529
Website: www.richard-green.com


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Artists Represented

John Atkinson Grimshaw, Ben Nicholson, Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore, LS Lowry,


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Ben Nicholson, Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore

33 New Bond Street W1S 2RS

10 October – 14 November 2012

Thirty paintings, drawings and sculptures by the three leading British modernists of the 20th century dating from 1936, when they were part of the young, radical, creative hub based in London’s Hampstead, to 1974, just before Hepworth’s death. Encyclopaedic in scope, the show features Nicholson’s early abstract paintings inspired by Mondrian together with his later, carved reliefs; Moore ’s war time shelter drawings and small scale family groups and reclining figures; and Hepworth’s wide range of work from painting, carved marble, cast bronze and cut metal.




Location And Getting There

Nearest Tube : Green Park


Opening Times

Monday to Friday 10am - 6pm, Saturdays by appointment