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LONDON ART WEEK 2024

London Art Week encompasses the finest art in any medium from across millennia, with a primary concentration of leading international dealers in master paintings, drawings, sculpture and objects of excellence. This year, LAW has a special focus on the medium of works on paper. This more flexible entry point to the old master market is attractive to new and younger collectors.

During LAW Summer, new collaborator Trois Crayons will provide a communal hub to host international works on paper dealers including from France and Belgium, along with talks on this special focus. The hub will be located in the heart of Mayfair at No.9 Cork Street, Frieze's permanent exhibition space. The collaboration aims to reinforce the capital’s long-standing importance as a centre of excellence for old master drawings in particular, upholding London’s position as a crucial destination for international collectors and museum curators.

There will be an events programme with talks and tours to be announced soon.

The London Art Week map, in print and online, is illustrated by Adam Dant and pinpoints every venue.

A digital catalogue will also be available to all via a QR code.

Works on Paper
Stephen Ongpin Fine Art presents a major exhibition on the drawings of the Italian Baroque painter Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, known as Guercino (1591-1666). Five years in the making, this is the first time a commercial gallery has dedicated an entire show to the artist's works on paper. The last exhibition devoted to Guercino’s work as a draughtsman was at the Courtauld Gallery in 2007 (organised in collaboration with the J. Paul Getty Museum). The forthcoming exhibition includes nearly 30 works dating from throughout the artist's long career, from the 1610s to 1660s, and includes works in a variety of media. The exhibition will be accompanied by a scholarly, illustrated catalogue.

War Time
Abbott and Holder has the privilege to be the first commercial gallery in more than 100 years to exhibit and offer for sale the remarkable set of prints called The Great War: Britain’s Efforts and Ideals. The prints, commissioned in 1917 from 18 artists, are made up of two series; nine sets of six prints depicting Britain’s Efforts in the Great War, and twelve prints depicting its Ideals. As such this was one of the largest and most ambitious British print projects of the early 20th century; a feat of technical skill and artistic vision, as well as war-time logistics and propaganda.

They had been commissioned by the British Government, impressions were first offered for sale through the Fine Art Society in 1917. After 1918 the prints were transferred to the newly created Imperial War Museum. They continued to be available to purchase via the Grosvenor Galleries until 1923, but then withdrawn from sale and eventually returned to the Imperial War Museum, where they have remained un-accessioned and awaiting future sale until now.

Portraits
The Weiss Gallery's primary focus is early portraiture and will show a number of works by the Anglo-Dutch court portraitist Cornelius Johnson (1593-1661) this summer, including an exceptional miniature, alongside a collection of 18th century portraits.

The Limner Company is holding an exhibition of Portrait Miniatures 1600-1800. The highlight will be a collection of important early miniatures, including a portrait of Pierre de Ronsard (the French counterpart of William Shakespeare) by Nicholas Hilliard, which was last seen in the NPG 2019 exhibition.

Philip Mould & Company's 'Fruits of Friendship' exhibition focuses on the 17th century artist Mary Beale, her portraits, life and art. It will celebrate the career of one of Britain’s most prominent women artists at the very location where she made her name as a professional artist, in her studio on Pall Mall. The exhibition will span her entire career with examples of her self-portraits, portraits of her family, formal commissions, and her ‘in little’ works after Sir Peter Lely.

Women Artists
Elliott Fine Art is holding a small show with works depicting women artists in the studio during the Belle Époque.

Karen Taylor Fine Art's exhibition 'British Women Artists 1750-1950' coincides with the exhibition of the Tate Britain's ‘Now You See Us: Women Artists in Britain 1520-1920’. It will include a number of scientific works by Sarah Stone and others; portraiture, which provided the livelihood for many female artists from the 18th Century to Laura Knight; and landscapes from a wide range of female artists.

Justin Raccanello is celebrating Italian Art Nouveau and Margaret Cantagalli. When her husband, Ulisse, the famed ceramics producer died in March 1901, she and their artistically inclined daughter, Flavia, continued running the company. Margaret had been a huge influence, especially due to her contacts with the English-speaking world. This exhibition will highlight a selection of pieces produced under their influence during the rapidly evolving artistic atmosphere of the Haute Epoque, circa 1900-1910.

Women Artists
Sam Fogg is holding an exhibition on 'Mary & the Women She Inspired' that seeks to shed light on the intertwined stories of the Marys from the Bible. Their individual stories are frequently overshadowed by misconceptions and oversimplifications. As historical figures whose stories have been intertwined and sometimes conflated, the Marys invite us to explore the rich tapestry of biblical narratives.






  • 28.06.2024 - 05.07.2024
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GALLERIES/Sladmore Gallery, Nic Fiddian Green (Contemporary)  Still Water, Turkish Yellow Onyx, 2024, 2024  Turkish Yellow Onyx  100 × 28 × 30 cm. (39 ⅜ × 11 × 11 ⅔ in.)


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  • GALLERIES/Trinity Fine Art, Hendrick Goltzius (1558 - 1617)  Jupiter and Juno, 1616  Oil on canvas  99.5 × 80 cm. (39 ⅓ × 31 ½ in.)
    GALLERIES/Trinity Fine Art, Hendrick Goltzius (1558 - 1617) Jupiter and Juno, 1616 Oil on canvas 99.5 × 80 cm. (39 ⅓ × 31 ½ in.)
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  • GALLERIES/Stephen Ongpin Fine Art, GIOVANNI FRANCESCO BARBIERI, called IL GUERCINO (1591-1666)  The Head of a Bearded Soldier in a Plumed Helmet, c.1620s  Brush and brown wash, pen and brown ink.  267 × 215 mm. (10 ½ × 8 ½ in.)
    GALLERIES/Stephen Ongpin Fine Art, GIOVANNI FRANCESCO BARBIERI, called IL GUERCINO (1591-1666) The Head of a Bearded Soldier in a Plumed Helmet, c.1620s Brush and brown wash, pen and brown ink. 267 × 215 mm. (10 ½ × 8 ½ in.)
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  • GALLERIES/Rosenberg & Co, Alexander Archipenko (1887-1964)  Admiration of Venus, 1944  Graphite and gouache on paper  912 × 759 mm. (35 ⅞ × 29 ⅞ in.)
    GALLERIES/Rosenberg & Co, Alexander Archipenko (1887-1964) Admiration of Venus, 1944 Graphite and gouache on paper 912 × 759 mm. (35 ⅞ × 29 ⅞ in.)
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  • GALLERIES/Abbott and Holder, Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson (1889-1946)  Banking at 4000 Feet, 1917  Lithograph  406 × 305 mm. (16 × 12 in.)
    GALLERIES/Abbott and Holder, Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson (1889-1946) Banking at 4000 Feet, 1917 Lithograph 406 × 305 mm. (16 × 12 in.)
    London Art Week
  • GALLERIES/Haynes Fine Art, Luigi Loir (1845-1916)  Un Jour de Pluie À Paris, circa 1900  Oil on Canvas  25.4 × 31.8 cm. (10 × 12 ½ in.)
    GALLERIES/Haynes Fine Art, Luigi Loir (1845-1916) Un Jour de Pluie À Paris, circa 1900 Oil on Canvas 25.4 × 31.8 cm. (10 × 12 ½ in.)
    London Art Week
  • GALLERIES/Paul Mitchell Antique & Handmade Replica Frames, Paul Mitchell Ltd. Studio
    GALLERIES/Paul Mitchell Antique & Handmade Replica Frames, Paul Mitchell Ltd. Studio
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  • GALLERIES/Willoughby Gerrish, Alberto Giacometti  Projet pour une place, 1946, cast 1993  Bronze  18.4 × 9.2 × 12.6 cm (7 ¼ × 3 ⅝ × 5 in)
    GALLERIES/Willoughby Gerrish, Alberto Giacometti Projet pour une place, 1946, cast 1993 Bronze 18.4 × 9.2 × 12.6 cm (7 ¼ × 3 ⅝ × 5 in)
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