Judith Bridgland Exhibition - 7 February to 1 March 2019
We are delighted to welcome back Judith Bridgland for her 13th solo exhibition with our gallery.
All works are available for purchase prior to the opening of the exhibition. If you wish to reserve or purchase a painting please contact us on 020 7839 8806 or alternatively click on the painting you are interested in and 'Enquire about this item'.
Contemporary Christmas Exhibition - 4 December to 18 December 2018
Asian Art Week - 1 November to 10 November 2018
Genrokuart will be once again exhibiting Japanese and selected Chinese porcelains and works of art for Asian Art Week
Judith Bridgland Exhibition - 8 February to 6 March 2018
We are delighted to be exhibiting Judith Bridgland's recent paintings from her travels and observations in the UK over the past year.
Bernard Dunstan | Contemporary Show - 23 November to 21 December 2017
At the time of his death, aged 97, Dunstan was the Royal Academy's longest serving member, having been elected Associate in 1959 and full member in 1968. An admirer of Bonnard, Vuillard and Sickert, he was well-known for his intimate domestic interiors of nudes, his views of Venice and his paintings of orchestras, which he exhibited at the Royal Academy and the New English Art Club for over 60 years.
His continued passion and energy for painting over the years was in no doubt attributable to his lifelong partnership with fellow artist, Diana Armfield, whom he first met at the Slade School of Fine Art in the early 1940s, later marrying in 1949. Together they worked alongside one another for more than 60 years from their homes in Kew and North Wales and on their many trips to France and Italy.
Whereas Diana concentrated on landscapes and still life, the figure was paramount for Dunstan, and in particular nudes: "Figure painting still seems to me to present quite unlimited scope. If some mad minister of art decreed that I could only paint one subject for the rest of my life I would be perfectly happy doing nothing but nudes....I am quite happy with Ruskin's dictum 'Paint what you love and love what you paint.'
This exhibition is devoted to Dunstan's smaller works from the early 1960s to 1990s.
Contemporary Exhibition - 23 November to 21 December 2017
A selection of contemporary works from familiar and new artists to our gallery
Contemporary Gallery Show - 23 November to 21 December 2017
Modern British - 5 July to 28 July 2017
We are currently showing a selection of Modern British paintings, including work by The Scottish Colourists.
John Kingsley - 11 May to 2 June 2017
We are delighted to be holding an exhibition of John Kingsley's recents works featuring over 30 paintings inspired by his travels in France and Italy.
Works may be purchased prior to the opening of the exhibition.
Judith Bridgland Exhibition 2017 - 9 February to 3 March 2017
We are delighted to be holding this, our 11th, exhibition of Judith Bridgland's work, comprising of 40 paintings from Judith's travels over the past year.
"Nature and its elemental forces are everywhere. Even in the most urban of landscapes, nature is present, bringing colour and vitality, seasonal change, and the rhythm of the tides.
In exploring this theme I have looked at water in all its moods. Rivers and canals fill cities and villages with a pulse of powerful, organic life. From the banks of the Thames where the river is wide and slow, to the rushing torrents of the spectacular Falls of Dochart, to the quiet reflections of the acqua alta in Venice. Meanwhile, the ever-changing seas of Cornwall or Scotland have a life and character of their own, and hold a never-ending fascination.
A good exhibition should take you on a journey, tell you a story. This is therefore the story of another year of my travelling, observing, recording, note-taking, and remembering. It is a story about what it is to be a Scottish painter, and to be the force that brings all these elements together". Judith I Bridgland
Christmas Exhibition - 6 December to 21 December 2016
A small collection of Scottish paintings, including a fine selection of John Duncan Fergusson drawings dating from 1902 to 1914, when Fergusson lived and painted in France.
Below are some of the works featured in the exhibition:
Asian Art Week - 3 November to 9 November 2016
Modern Masters Exhibition - 10 June to 29 July 2016
Christmas Show - 8 December to 22 December 2015
A selection of Modern British and Contemporary art including the following works:
Summer Show - 30 June to 24 July 2015
Christmas Exhibition - 11 December to 19 December 2014
An exhibition of over 60 paintings including work by F.C.B. Cadell, Sylvia Gosse, Sir William Gillies, Josef Herman, Robert Leisman, John Maclauchlan Milne, S. J. Peploe, Mary Potter, Tom Shanks, Walter Sickert and Carel Weight, amongst others.
Ann Oram - 3 October to 31 October 2014
We are delighted to hold our third solo exhibition of Ann Oram's work. For this exhibition Ann has once again drawn her inspiration from the landscape surrounding her studio and from the flowers in her walled garden, which she has painted either in situ or arranged in vases. There is also a small group of paintings inspired by her recent visit to Italy.Price List - October 2014
Modern Masters - 11 June to 11 July 2014
Judith Bridgland Exhibition - 13 February to 7 March 2014
The Call of the Sea
An exhibition of 35 works by Judith Bridgland with a particular focus on coastal landscapes throughout the UK.
John Kingsley Exhibition - 4 October to 25 October 2013
John Brown - 18 April to 10 May 2013
Judith Bridgland Exhibition - 15 February to 5 March 2013
Christmas Contemporary Show - 4 December to 20 December 2012
Scottish Colourists Exhibition - 13 June to 6 July 2012
Modern British Paintings - 3 May to 31 May 2012
Judith Bridgland Exhibition - 24 February to 16 March 2012
Ann Oram Exhibition - 30 November to 16 December 2011
John Duncan Fergusson: The Scottish Colourist - 22 June to 8 July 2011
Judith Bridgland - 28 February to 16 March 2011
Ann Oram - 29 November to 17 December 2010
John Brown - 20 October to 12 November 2010
Judith Bridgland - 1 March to 19 March 2010
Judith Bridgland - 24 February to 20 March 2009
John Kingsley - 14 October to 5 November 2008