Trinity House Paintings is opening a new gallery at 50 Maddox Street in Mayfair in the centre of London’s internationally important art market district. The new premises, on two floors in an elegant Regency building, will welcome visitors from Monday 8 November 2010 and will formally open for business on Thursday 11 November.
Impressionist, Post-Impressionist and Modern British works will be exhibited in the new gallery. Artists will include Pierre Auguste Renoir, Camille Pissarro, Eugene Boudin, John Singer Sargent, Sir Alfred Munnings, Henry Moore, Edward Seago and Dame Laura Knight. Trinity House Paintings will continue to exhibit 19th century paintings and works on paper at its existing gallery in the picturesque Cotswolds village of Broadway.
“We are expanding as a business and London is a natural progression for us,” says Steven Beale, who founded Trinity House Paintings with his co-director Simon Shore.
“Many of our clients live in the capital and Mayfair is where everyone comes to buy the best art in the world. Our new Maddox Street location will be an exciting development enabling us to reach both the London and international art markets
Simon Shore says: “Opening a second gallery will enable us to place the right pictures in the right market and our new Mayfair location promises greater visibility to collectors interested in the serious works we offer. We will continue to exhibit at major international fairs in London, New York and Palm Beach. We are therefore combining continuity with change and expansion at a time when the demand for the best works of art from committed collectors around the world remains strong.”
Trinity House Paintings was established by Steven Beale and Simon Shore in 2006 as a response to a changing art market. They recognized that clients want not only to be offered fine paintings but also receive expert, straightforward advice on buying art and building a collection.