David Noalia is a man of vision and style. He is also the Artist of our Painting of the Month, exhibiting at The Osborne Studio Gallery on Motcomb Street, Belgravia. He combines artistic inspiration with timeless beauty to create memorable canvasses that have the power to transform lives. Here David describes how he stays in a constant pulse with his painting, secrets of his work and his greatest influences from the brushstrokes of Velazquez to the freshness of Gerhard Richter.
8 pieces of spellbinding equestrian art to get you in the mood for Royal Ascot Read more
An exciting exhibtion will be on in London during Ascot week including work by Irish artists; My Snowdrop won at Listowel to the delight of her special owners
Royal Air Force Centenary: Last of the few Second World War pilots commemorated in sketch AN ARTIST is sketching some of the last surviving Second World War fighter pilots to mark the Royal Air Force centenary. Jeremy Houghton, once artist to the Queen and Prince Charles, says he is honoured to be depicting Tim Elkington, and Tom Neil, both 97, Paul Farnes, 99 and Geoffery Wellum, 96...... Read more
COUNTRY AND TOWN HOUSE - Magazine featured our next exhibition for November Still in Motion. A much anticipated exhibition of two internationally acclaimed female artists, both renowned for their unique approach to depicting the equine form. Read more
Susan Leyland's distinctive minimal fired clay sculptures, created in her Tuscan studio, are a perfect fusion of the classical and the contemporary. Scottish figurative painter Patsy McArthur presents her collection of large scale charcoal drawings of horses in movement, exuding power and energy.
Gallery Manager Anna Rowlinson makes the front cover of the Belgravia Magazine !
Elie Lambert write up in June 2017 Country Life