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London Art Week 30 June 2017

London Art Week will launch on 30 June 2017, showcasing a host of exceptional works of art and fine objects from five millennia, through 41 of the capital's leading galleries and three auction houses. All located around the heart of London's historic West End, the 7-day event will offer an unparallelled opportunity to discover stunning masterpieces and learn from some of the industry's leading experts.

This year's event will feature new special cultural partnerships, including The National Gallery, London, The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, the Wallace Collection, London, and the Soane Museum, London.

A collection of special exhibitions that are always the highlight of London Art Week will this year feature works by such renowned names as Eugene Delacroix, Marcel Duchamp, Paul Gauguin, Sir Thomas Lawrence, Amedeo Modigliani, Pablo Picasso, Paul Rubens and Giambattista Tiepolo.  Works for sale range in price from £1,000 to £5 million.

Antiques News & Fairs - London Art Week 2017

Far Left: Patience Wright, Pair of Infants, one drawing, and one reading personifications of literature and draughtsmanship, wax figure, 117 mm, Ben Elwes 

Left: Auguste Rodin, Eternel Printemps, Conceived in 1884, Bronze, Daniel Katz

Right: Guido Reni, Two Bacchantes, ca. 1639 - 1640, oil on canvas, 254.3 x 144.1 cm, Moretti Fine Art 

Far Right: Francois Boucher, Study of a Seated Female Nude, her Hands reaching to her Foot, c. 1755, Red, black and white chalk, with graphite and touches of blue chalk on buff paper, 305 x 225 mm, Jean-Luc Baroni


Visitors will also enjoy opportunities to take part in exclusive activities and benefit from curator-led talks in the galleries, given by experts from world-renowned organisations.

Galleries and auction houses taking part in London Art Week 2017 include Didier Aaron Ltd, Agnews, Ariadne Galleries, Jean-Luc Baroni Ltd, Bonhams, Christie’s, Colnaghi, Ben Elwes, Peter Finer, Sam Fogg, Oliver Forge and Brendan Lynch Ltd, Daniel Katz, Lowell Libson Ltd, Moretti Ltd, Robilant and Voena, Stephen Ongpin Fine Art, Sotheby’s, Tomasso Brothers, Trinity Fine Art, Rupert Wace Ancient Art and The Weiss Gallery.

This much-anticipated occasion has formed a reputation as one of the leading events in the international arts calendar and welcomes visitors from all over the world, drawn to the event by the unrivalled excellence of the works on view, dating from antiquity through to the C20th.  London Art Week 2016 welcomed representatives from fifty international museums, and a record number of visitors from across the globe.

The annual event is recognised by collectors and art enthusiasts alike as a unique platform to discover and purchase rarely-seen art and artefacts, including exceptional objects sourced from private collections.

For more information, visit London Art Week.

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