FRESH & EXCITING ART: SPRING BEGINS AT THOMPSON'S LONDON

Published: 17 April 2019


This Spring Thompson's London is catapulting full-force into freshess. The gallery is currently exhibiting an exciting array of figurative and abstract paitnings, as the sculpture garden makes its resurgence for the first time since Winter.

Above: The upper level at Thompson's Gallery London - works by Carl Melegari, Hennie Niemann Jr, Robert Kelsey, Pierre Yermia and Vanessa Pooley are among the artists on exhibit for Spring. CLICK HERE for more info. 

Visitors will recognise and discover names like Carl Melgari, Louis Laprise, Robert Kelsey, Lewis Hazelwood-Horner, Carol Peace, Pierre Yermia, Simeon Stafford, Hennie Niemann Jr, Luci Maclaren, Paul Wright, and many more. 

Above: Striking pair of abstract paintings by French-Canadian artist Louis Laprise. CLICK HERE for more information and to check availability for purchase. 

The sculpture garden is showing promise of a bountifully green season ahead. New arrivals by Carol Peace, Pierre Yermia, Angela Hunter, and Sue Jones grace the courtyard to open the season.

Above: Pierre Yermia's 'Envol' in Bronze - at the Thompson's London sculpture garden- CLICK HERE for more information and to enquire for purchase

Visit Thompson's Gallery London at 3 Seymour Place (W1H5AZ- nearest tube Marble Arch, 2min walk) and take in the spectacularly fresh art in person.

Questions and purchase enquiries can be directed to enquiries@thompsonsgallery.co.uk or by telephone, +44(0)2079353595.

Above: In situ, left to right - Simeon Stafford 'St Paul's' finds its home nicely next to Lewis Hazelwood-Horner's 'Ian the Cheese Man' - CLICK HERE for more information and to enquire for purchase.