Spring/Summer 2019

Art & Auctions
Biggest London Art Week

Galleries and auction houses will stage exhibitions spanning 5,000 years of art at the upcoming London Art Week (LAW).

Several important new local and international participants are joining the LAW Summer 2019 series of exhibitions and art events taking place at galleries around St James’s and Mayfair, from June 28 to July 5 (Preview June 27).

With 50 exhibitors, 13 of which are attending from Europe and the US, this is the biggest London Art Week.

New dealers this summer include Mullany Haute Epoque Fine Art, S Franses (textiles), Karen Taylor Fine Art (British art), Olivier Malingue (modern masters), Ambrose Naumann Fine Art of New York (19th and 20th century art), Paolo Antonacci Roma (18th and 19th century European art), and from Paris, F Baulme Fine Arts (16th to 19th century paintings and drawings), Galerie Ary Jan (late 19th/early 20th century French and European art), Galerie Michel Descours (renaissance to 20th century art) and Galerie Alexis Bordes with 18th and 19th century French art.

Returning to LAW 2019 are John Mitchell Fine Paintings, and Andrew Clayton-Payne who will be offering newly-discovered drawings by Johan Zoffany.

Important exhibitions include the first UK show in 35 years of drawings by the great German draughtsman Adolph Menzel, at Stephen Ongpin Fine Art; a display at S Franses of The Lost Tapestries of Charles I; and Medieval art in England from the 6th to 16th centuries at Sam Fogg.  

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