Richard Green has been dealing in fine quality paintings, spanning from 17th century Old Masters to 21st century British art, for fifty-five years. He is Chairman of a family business which includes his sons Jonathan Green (Deputy Executive Chairman) and Matthew Green (Deputy Managing Director); his sister Penny Marks and his brother John Green. The firm’s philosophy is to source paintings worldwide, buying the best examples, in the finest condition, with excellent provenance. Richard Green’s galleries hold regular selling exhibitions focusing on aspects of their stock, as well as attending international fairs.
Richard Green has two galleries in London’s West End. The gallery at 147 New Bond Street, in a building which was once home to Lord Nelson, specialises in Old Masters, particularly 17th century Dutch and Flemish works and 18th century Italian vedute painters; Impressionism and Post-Impressionism; 18th and 19th century British marine and sporting paintings and portraits; Victorian and 19th century European paintings; as well as works by Ken Howard RA.
The gallery at 33 New Bond Street, designed by award-winning architect George Saumarez Smith, specialises in 20th century art, including Modern British, Post-War European and Scottish Colourist pictures.