London Art Week Winter 2017

The inaugural London Art Week Winter event runs for one week at the beginning of December 2017 – and promises to be unmissable.

London Art Week Winter will celebrate an array of exceptional art from across seven millennia. This will be an eye-opening and unique opportunity to come and explore, enjoy and discover world-class art in the heart of London.

Hosted across more than thirty of London’s most notable galleries, as well as three leading auction houses, the summer events have welcomed visitors from around the globe to experience treasures up close for the past 17 years.  With a myriad of objects on display, from ancient sculptures to Old Master drawings and Impressionist paintings, the Winter event offers something for everyone whether you are a seasoned collector, a Christmas shopper, or just curious to learn more about art.

Gallery Exhibitors:

Agnews Gallery Ariadne Galleries Bagshawe Fine Art Jean-Luc Baroni Charles Beddington Benappi Fine Art Ben Elwes Fine Art Benjamin Proust Fine Art Brun Fine Art Callisto Fine Arts Colnaghi Concha Barrios Gallery Simon C Dickinson Lennox Cato Didier Aron Peter Finer Oliver Forge and Brendan Lynch Harb-Grassle Kallos Gallery Daniel Katz Ltd Lampronti Gallery Lowell Libson Lullo Pampoulides M&L Fine Art Moretti Fine Art Stephen Ongpin Fine Art Robiland + Voena Rountree Tryon Rupert Wace Ancient Art Sam Fogg Tomasso Brothers Fine Art Trinity Fine Art Galleria Carlo Virgilio The Weiss Gallery

Auction Houses:

Bonhams, Sotheby’s, Christie’s

London Art Week Winter 2017

London Art Week Winter 2017

Lead image: Study of an Angel, GIOVANNI FRANCESCO BARBIERI, called IL GUERCINO (Cento 1591-1666 Bologna), Stephen Ongpin Fine Art

Duration 01 December 2017 - 08 December 2017
Times Thursday 30 November: Preview 3pm – 8pm Friday 1 December - Friday 8 December: 10am – 6pm Weekend: 11am – 5pm
Cost Free
Venue various venues around Mayfair
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