Come and enjoy our Christmas pop-up show!

Until Christmas Eve we are borrowing a newly renovated premises at 125 Lavender Hill, Battersea SW11 with fine big windows and good lighting that works wonderfully as a gallery. We are offering a strong selection of works from several artists at prices to suit every pocket. We open from 11am till 7pm every day except...[Read more]

Our new, free, interactive brochure Ask for yours now!

We have put together an interactive brochure to display a hundred of the most striking works by great artists who feature in our gallery, with prices ranging from £200 to £12,000. The catalogue is interactive: click on an image or artist's name and you are taken straight to the page on the website where you can...[Read more]

Chelsea Special

For its centenary in 1991 the Chelsea Arts Club commissioned sixteen of its leading members to produce a portfolio of limited edition screenprints, which are becoming ever more sought after today. Over the next few weeks we are featuring the whole series here on our website and on artsy: This is a rare chance to...[Read more]

Bratby and Bellany go to Edinburgh

24 Royal Terrace is a boutique hotel in Edinburgh well known for the extraordinary selection of art that adorns all its walls. The hotel's new owner recently acquired some works by John Bratby and John Bellany from us, which we are delighted to show you here.

We love Provence!

House in the forest, by David Rolt Many of our artists have been as inspired by the south of France as any Impressionist. What better time of year than now to celebrate their work. For the next two months our gallery page on ARTSY features works created in Provence by Nicholas Hely-Hutchinson, Geoffrey Lefever, Stan Smith and David...[Read more]

‘I Love London’ opens at Burgh House, Hampstead on June 13th

Joey by Regent’s Canal, by Melissa Scott-Miller, oil on canvas You will rarely find four more distinctive and different artists together in the same room than at I love London, the exhibition opening at Burgh House in Hampstead on June 13th. Ranging from delicate studies of London’s domestic architecture to dramatic views of London in the...[Read more]

Celebrating the seniors!

During the coming weeks we  are featuring work by artists who have defied all fashion and decency by attaining the age of 75+ - but continue to do new stuff. The first of our celebrated seniors is Alex Wheeler, who used to be a sculptor but now finds chiselling stone a bit hard to manage and...[Read more]

Art at Home – major re-hang now in progress

The polar opposite of the conventional "white cube", our gallery at home in Chiswick is the best place to see works of art in a natural domestic setting. We have embarked on a major re-hang of our artists' work, allowing each their own space and displaying them alongside works that complement or contrast with them in...[Read more]

Reasons to be cheerful – a bold, bright seasonal show

Our winter show, Reasons to be Cheerful  continues at 6 - 10  Lexington Street, W1 till January 26th.  Specially chosen to warm up the darkest months of the year, this collection is curated to be bold, bright and modern. With a range of prices to suit every pocket and a completely original mix of contemporary and 20th century works,...[Read more]

Getting ready for first exhibition, age 77

  One of our aims is offer a showplace for the work of  artists who deserve greater recognition. David White is a veteran British artist who perfectly fits this category.  Now in his late seventies, David was an infant when the Luftwaffe was bombing British cities during World War Two. He became a pupil of the Manchester painter...[Read more]

Unusual works by Donald Blake

More than 20 original works by the artist Donald Blake have come to light in an old folder stashed away in our storeroom. Frederick Donald Blake had a distinguished career as a war artist in the 40s and later became a leading light in several London artist groups and associations. The paintings we have found...[Read more]

Bellany Sextet and other terrors in Soho

The brand new gallery in Soho’s most fashionable store is the venue for Sextet and other terrors, an exhibition of paintings and prints by the late John Bellany. For many years of his roisterous life John Bellany was Scotland’s favourite painter - and he remains so. Centrepiece of our exhibition is an astonishing series of...[Read more]

“Home sweet home” in Hampstead

This pre-Christmas exhibition runs from Wednesday December 7th to Sunday December 18th at Burgh House, New End Square, Hampstead, London NW3 1LT. Entry to Burgh House is free but please be aware that Burgh House's opening hours are 12 noon to 5pm on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. (The house is usually closed on Saturday...[Read more]

“When They Were Young” at The Old Fire Engine House

Robert Eagle Fine Art’s travelling exhibition When They Were Young continues in the picturesque setting of Cambridgeshire’s Old Fire Engine House in Ely. First opening in 1968, one of its earliest art exhibitions showcased both Nicholas Barnham and Geoffrey Lefever at the very beginning of their careers. Lefever even washed dishes for the restaurant in...[Read more]

George Hooper artworks revealed

Robert Eagle Fine Art is proud to present a rare collection of 20th century artist George Hooper’s collages and paintings. Born in Gorakpur India in 1910, it’s clear that the sights and sensations of his childhood shaped his unrestrained style and loud colours, which he brought back to England with him. Despite struggling in academia,...[Read more]

Extending Rolt editions

 Keen interest in our recent exhibition of David Rolt’s Treescapes at Burgh House in Hampstead was boosted by a full page article in the local newspaper that featured Rolt’s very evocative South of France oil-on-canvas painting titled ‘Late Afternoon Treescape'. The original work was quickly snapped up, as were the only three available prints. So...[Read more]

A Good Deal on the beach

Adrian Ryan’s still lives and landscapes have consistently proved popular with our customers. We have now acquired a pair of lively watercolours featuring the beach at Deal in Kent to accompany the still lives in our gallery: The Beach at Deal (20 x 28 cm)  Boats on the beach at Deal (20 x 28cm) Ryan (1920-1998)...[Read more]

——— When they were young ——— four East Anglian artists

From mid-April we are exhibiting a unique collection of East Anglian landscapes with a most unusual history. The paintings in this exhibition were almost all created over a period of just two years between 1969 and 1971.  The artists who painted them are now well known, but the paintings themselves have never been exhibited before....[Read more]

Treescapes – an artist’s secret love

Artist David Rolt led a double life. For a living he painted portraits of celebrities. But his secret love was conducted outdoors, painting trees. English elms, Irish oaks, gnarled olive trees in Italy and rangy pines in the south of France, he painted their portraits wherever he found them. For Rolt trees could express as...[Read more]

Rediscovering Stan Smith – a major new exhibition

Following last year’s sell-out exhibition of Stan Smith's watercolours at the Chelsea Arts Club we are pleased to announce a new exhibition featuring his oil paintings at Hilton Fine Art’s gallery in Bath. The show includes several major works that have recently come to light, including a life-size figure study that dominated the Royal Academy...[Read more]

Differently British – our new exhibition at Burgh House

The exhibition focuses on Nicolas Granger-Taylor, a reclusive artist living in London today. Painting exclusively from life, spending weeks, sometimes months, on a single work, using sable brushes, working in oils, on fine linen canvas, his paintings have been called “cabinet pictures”, intimate pieces after hours of intense observation. The exhibition features finely detailed nude figures...[Read more]