Myriad art-exhibitions every year, paintings spanning between 16th to the 20th Century, as well as numerous sculptures and more. Full of artistic diversity as well as contemporary pieces from as far as China and India, all easily accessible in the heart of W1.
Waterhouse & Dodd
Ray Waterhouse and Jonathan started working together in 1982 and formed Waterhouse and Dodd five years later. In 1989 they opened a first-floor gallery in Bond Street and in 2001 moved nearby to 26 Cork Street. Their gallery at Cork Street is now dedicated to a program of contemporary art exhibitions, whilst their Impressionist and Modern art has recently relocated to new premises at 16 Savile Row.
John Martin Gallery
The John Martin Gallery specialises in contemporary art from Britain & Ireland. The gallery has a rolling schedule of solo exhibitions by gallery artists and have recently opened an office in New York.
Medici Gallery has been established in the heart of London's Mayfair for over one hundred years.
The Gallery exhibits figurative and representational contemporary paintings, sculptures and craft and has approximately ten exhibitions a year. We exhibit International and UK based established and emerging artists.
The Mayor Gallery
The Mayor Gallery was founded in 1925 and was the first Art Gallery in Cork street. It is the leading gallery in London for Surrealism as well as specialising in American, British and European Pop-Art.
Mount Street Galleries
Mount Street Galleries are specialists in English and Continental Furniture, Sculpture, Paintings, Mirrors and Fine Art Objects dating from the 17th to Early 19th Century. They also present important Contemporary works on a private basis. The gallery is equidistant from Hyde Park Corner and Green Park on the Piccadilly Line and Marble Arch and Bond Street on the Central Line and Jubilee Lines.
Erskine, Hall & Coe
Erskine, Hall & Coe specialise in 20th Century and Contemporary ceramics. The gallery carries an extensive stock of ceramics, often including works by, Lucie Rie and Hans Coper, Jennifer Lee, Gwyn Hanssen Pigott, Shozo Michikawa and Sara Flynn. Its ten annual exhibitions feature the work of British and international artists, in some cases exploring the interplay between ceramics, sculptures and paintings.