Established in 1959, we specialise in four specific areas of art, from 18th Century to the present day.
Sporting Fine Art and Wildlife Art: including horses, racing, dogs, hunting, shooting, fishing, wildlife and ornithological paintings.
Maritime Fine Art: including historical paintings, naval battles, expeditionary, ships portraits, naval portraits, and maritime watercolours.
Topographical paintings: documenting historical views of urban and rural landscapes from the 18th Century to the present day.
Contemporary paintings: featuring a number of artists following in the tradition of the Sporting and Maritime genre.
Our sporting art collection includes sporting artists Sir Alfred Munnings, George Stubbs, Cecil Aldin, Archibald Thorburn, Francis Sartorius, Ben Marshall, John Ferneley Senior, George Lodge and others. Our wildlife art collection includes wildlife artists David Shepherd, George Sturm, Wilhelm Kuhnert, Arthur Wardle, Peter Scott, John Cyril Harrison and others. To find out about our sporting art and wildlife art collection please see the sporting art section and the wildlife art section.
Our maritime art and marine art collection includes maritime artists Thomas Whitcombe, Dominic Serres, Nicholas Pocock, J.S. Dews, Norman Wilkinson, Charles Pears and others. To find out more about our marine art and marine painting collectionplease see the maritime art section.
Our topographical paintings section includes views of Hong Kong, Cape Town, Jamaica, New York, Sydney, Mauritius, Madeira, Gibraltar, Malta, England, West Indies, South America, India, China, Australia and North America.
To find out about our contemporary paintings collection please see the contemporary section under the heading 'For Sale'.
The London gallery first opened in London’s West End in 1959. Currently located in the artistic hub of St. James’s, the gallery is minutes from the Royal Academy, Ritz and Buckingham Palace. We host solo shows for our leading contemporary artists whilst maintaining traditional Sporting and Maritime exhibitions.
The Sussex gallery is in the heart of Petworth on the ground floor of a listed historic building in the market square. Petworth is a picturesque town in the South Downs National Park, about an hour’s drive from London and 30 minutes from the South Coast. With many local National treasures including Petworth House, the town has been a hub for Fine Art and Antiques for many years. Further information including travelling to Petworth can be found on http://discoverpetworth.org