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]

Mature, fresh, spooky, subversive

An exhibition of affordable art by two very distinctive women artists runs at Burgh House in Hampstead from Thursday January 15th to February 1st. Judy Wheaton's bold, large format line drawings in charcoal and pastel celebrate the female figure from a fresh, female perspective. Agnes Hay’s “wire drawings”, captured photographically from tiny mobile sculptures, are...[Read more]

Nymphs & Gorilla – our pre-Christmas show

The show in our private gallery in Chiswick continues until Christmas. If you would like to come please call Robert or Harry on 020-8995-1884 or email to [email protected]

More mystery portraits identified

The sitters for two more of the "mystery portraits" by artist David Rolt that were stored away and forgotten for over 25 years have now been identified. Both are of well known British figures from the 1940s and post-war years. One is of the writer and diplomat Harold Nicolson, now best known for his open...[Read more]

Visit our pop-up gallery in Chelsea

For the next few weeks until May 24th 2015 we are showing a selection of our finest artists' works in a super new gallery  between South Kensington and the King's Road in Chelsea. Works on show include oils, watercolours and limited edition prints by John Bellany; brand new works by Dominic Hills; stunning oils and...[Read more]

Stan Smith exhibition at Chelsea Arts Club sells out on first night

The first exhibition of work by Stan Smith since he died in 2001 sold out completely during the private view hosted by Chelsea Arts Club in March. In response to the keen interest in Smith's work, more works - all nude figure studies - had to be brought in for the second week of the...[Read more]

Name the mystery sitter and win £20!

Many of David Rolt's portraits were of high fliers in the arts and high society during the 1940s, '50s and '60s. From his personal collection we have identified portraits of the actress Valerie Hobson, the Duchess of Westminster, and Xandra Walter, sister of Dracula icon, Sir Christopher Lee. But, there are some sitters we haven't been...[Read more]

‘Upskirt’ – Stan Smith limited editions

This saucy little item featured in the celebratory exhibition of Stan Smith’s watercolours at the Chelsea Arts Club, the first show of Stan’s work since he passed away in 2001. The exhibition sold out on its first night and Upskirt was just one of the works that could have been sold several times over.  So...[Read more]