London Arts Gallery history

Founded in 1967, London Arts Gallery, was located on New Bond Street in the center of London where it exhibited prints ranging from the Old Masters such as Rembrandt and Dürer through to the moderns such as Picasso, Matisse and Toulouse-Lautrec.


The London Arts Group was a major publisher of many of the notable emergent graphic artists of the time and was also a significant location for many of the emerging Pop Artists of the era.

Major British artists who have sold prints through this gallery include Norman Ackroyd, Derek Boshier, Horace Brodzky, Harvey Daniels, Tess Jaray, Bernard Meninsky, Michael Rothenstein and Julian Trevelyan. Artists with an international reputation such as Chagall, Agam and Giacometti have also shown work at the gallery. Other notable exhibits were of Richard Lindner, the CoBrA artist Karl Appel and Cornelle, Victor Vasarely and Op Artists and Peter Max.

At one time London Arts Gallery had showrooms in Detroit, Manhattan and Atlanta, with many gallery affiliates. 

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