Mayfair is famous worldwide for its role in art. Its impressive concentration of art galleries makes Mayfair one of the most culturally significant places in London. In fact, there are more art galleries than you can take in during just one visit. Whichever Mayfair gallery you visit, you will be amazed, but you can discover below which art gallery will best fit your tastes.
Delahunty Fine Art
Modern minimalist art has been growing in cultural significance over the last few years. In London, there is no better place to take in this growing art form than Delahunty. If you are in the market for fine art, they offer an advisory service to private clients. But if you are not lucky enough to be able to deal in fine art, they also have a public gallery on Bruton Street. Their well-curated exhibitions will certainly capture your imagination.
Annely Juda Fine Art
Annely Juda Fine Art is at the forefront of the Avante Garde in Mayfair. Their gallery in Tottenham Mews was established in 1968 and has held some of London’s most famous exhibitions. In the past, they have shown the London audience Russian Constructivism, the Bauhaus movement, and the De Stijl movement. More importantly for the world of art, they have held exhibitions focussing on young artists. The exhibitions at Annely Juda Fine Art’s gallery has been the first major exposure for a lot of new talent.
If you are looking for something a little more traditional, you cannot ignore Richard Green. He is a specialist in fine art from the 17th century to the 21st century. The Green’s run a family business and focus on the quality and the provenance of the works they secure. Their impressive work is on show at their Bond Street gallery in a building created by the architect George Saumarez. This gallery specialises in 20th-century pieces with the main focus on European colourist art.
Erskine, Hall & Coe
Art is not just about paintings, it is about anything that inspires the mind. This includes physical artefacts such as the contemporary ceramics that Erskine, Hall & Coe specialises in. They hold ten exhibitions every year, where they show off their collections. Erskine, Hall & Coe boast beautiful ceramics from artists from all corners of the globe.
A Month to Remember in Mayfair
June is a busy month for the Mayfair art galleries, with an array of exciting events on offer for art lovers. Throughout most of June, you can walk the Mayfair Sculpture Trail and take in work from some of the world’s best sculptures. And from the 25th to the 27th of June, you can attend the annual Mayfair Art Weekend. Despite having to slightly change the program due to COVID-19 measures, you can still expect a stunning celebration of art. Whether you are in the UK, head to