Julian Hartnoll has been specialising in Victorian and Modern British Art since 1968. He is an expert on PreRaphaelite and Kitchen Sink art and also offers a personal selection of Contemporary and Outsider art as part of his continually changing gallery display.
The gallery also holds a large collection of French Fabric Designs from 1930-60. These can be seen by appointment and the gallery will be devoted to a selection at least twice a year.
The gallery has a varied exhibition schedule. For more details take a look at our exhibition page or if you would like to be notified of future dates please send us an email.
In this exhibition Giles posts brown envelopes direct to the gallery. Each envelope holds an element to which when put together a larger image is revealed. The process of posting the envelopes is twofold, firstly it provides provenance of time and place, and secondly it is a comment on our ever-increasing reliance on social media and digital
Although this is probably the smallest gallery in London visitors are invited to view works of art in the informal atmosphere of 37 Duke Street, St James's at the new opening times of Mon-Fri 10-6pm or by appointment.