We hold a varied number of solo and group exhibitions throughout the year in both gallery locations, and are committed to selecting new works of the highest quality to exhibit exclusively at Thompson's Galleries. read more In addition to what's on show, our stock rooms contain an impressive range of artworks which our staff are always glad to guide and comment through. Whether a certain motif, artist, or style is preferred, we are confident and capable to match a client with their preferences. Receive exclusive catalogues and e-updates by joining our client mailing list today; send contact details to us via email@example.com
12 December 2019 - 23 December 2019
Thompson's Gallery London present a new group exhibition themed around all small works for the festive period. 'Small Wonders' will feature a variety of mediums by a range of Thompson's artists. On display from 12th-23rd December.
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7 December 2019 - 12 January 2021
JO TAYLOR: RUNNING WILD
21 November 2019 - 7 December 2019
Celebrated British Equestrian artist Jo Taylor presents her latest exhibition, Running Wild.
An exhibition of new paintings that features a wide range of wild life encountered during her travels of the last 2 years.
Exhibiting at Thompson's London from 21st November - 7th December 2019.
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30 October 2019 - 16 November 2019
Established British landscape painter Matthew Alexander will unveil a new body of work at Thompson's Gallery London from 30th October to 16th November 2019. This new show will feature cityscapes and landscapes from London to the French countryside and beyond.
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TONY DE WOLF: A REALIST'S FEAST
9 October 2019 - 26 October 2019
Thompson's Gallery London is delighted to present a new solo exhibition by Belgian still life master Tony de Wolf. This remarkable body of work has been executed across two years, result of the artist's incredible skill and tempered patience.
Tony de Wolf received world class tutelage under renowned still life painter Willem Dolphyn at the Antwerp Academy of Fine Arts. The artist has gone on to enjoy an illustrious career of his own, devoting himself to a rigorous practice rooted in Flemish 17th century tradition. Imbuing a new sense of vigour into a longstanding subject matter, de Wolf experiments with capturing a variety of different light effects and textures, from ceramic to fabric and an extensive variety of fruits and vegetables.
Join us in celebration of this new collection, an exemplary display of artistic ability and incredible discipline.
ALDEBURGH, MIXED EXHIBITION
1 October 2019 - 4 December 2019
Come to Thompsons’s Gallery, Aldeburgh and try looking at art from a different angle!
Throughout September we will be showing an eclectic mix of artists in the gallery and after a hugely successful summer we want to offer accessibility, variety and quality to this small but interesting exhibition, there will be something for everyone and you might discover something or someone new as we welcome autumn through the door.
AUTUMN EXHIBITION 2019: LONDON
19 September 2019 - 5 October 2019
The annual tradition of the Autumn Exhibition returns to Thompson's London for 2019. Featuring all new painting and sculpture by a large range of popular artists, audiences will delight in an array of new and established talent.
On show from 19th September to 5th October at Thompson's London, 3 Seymour Place. Contact the gallery to register interest.
LUCI MACLAREN: MOMENTUM
5 September 2019 - 14 September 2019
Thompson's Gallery proudly presents its first solo exhibition by Scottish painter Luci Maclaren. Aptly titled 'Momentum', this body of work features moments of intensity, competition, and even collision- as Maclaren articulates the excitement of British sport through gestural, brightly hued brushstrokes.
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HELEN TABOR, INSIDE OUT
10 August 2019 - 31 August 2019
Thompson’s Gallery in Aldeburgh is holding an eagerly awaited solo exhibition by the celebrated Scottish artist Helen Tabor. Helen’s wonderfully ethereal oil paintings of both people and landscapes have made her one of our most successful contemporary artists. For this particular solo exhibiton, Helen has explored how similar painting is to gardening, a colour combination, a composition, a feeling - takes on a life of its own and is guided by a force quite out of the artist’s control. She has to be patient and calmly trust that the decisions she makes will lead to something interesting and pleasing. The inspiration for the work in this exhibition has come from a variety of sources. Helen’s life in the countryside surrounded by trees, birdsong and animals, her garden and landscapes of the area around where she lives and seascapes of the wild and beautiful Western Isles of Scotland. Another unexpected area of inspiration has come from an interest in people of the far north who live close to the Arctic circle and Finland. The title for this exhibition ‘Inside out’ seems appropriate, referring partly to the recurring image in certain paintings of looking out or in through a window and partly to the combination of landscapes, seascapes and interiors in her work. More significantly though, it alludes to the idea of a painting beginning in the mind’s eye of the artist, like a seed or bulb and gradually emerging, taking on unexpected and wonderful shapes and turns as it develops its own identity.
13 July 2019 - 9 August 2019
We have been exhibiting Terence’s wonderfully colourful and vibrant paintings for over twenty years and he has a large and very loyal following who certainly will not be disappointed by these stunning works. Terence’s work is characterized by strong draughtsmanship and the use of bold colour and is highly regarded for its composition. His landscapes and still lives are richly worked with a subtle and expressive use of paint, with influences ranging from Matisse to the Scottish Colourists.
We are delighted to have Terence with us again for this his 7th one man show with Thompsons Gallery.
LONDON SUMMER EXHIBITION
9 July 2019 - 3 September 2019
An exciting array of new paintings and sculpture at Thompson's Gallery London, featuring arrivals from featured artists and newcomers.
On display from July 2019; email email@example.com or phone +44(0)207 935 3595 for more information.
FAIR FOR SAATCHI
26 June 2019 - 30 June 2019
Thompson's Gallery are proudly participating in this year's Fair For Saatchi (FFS), an art fair displaying contemporary artists, from 26th-30th June. The pop-up art fair at Saatchi Gallery will coincide with the established London season of auctions and art fairs, opening on the same day as the Sotheby's major contemporary art sale, and the preview say of Masterpiece, the leading art and antiques fair, which also takes place in Chelsea.
Exhibiting Artists: Paul Wright, Tony de Wolf, Hennie Niemann Jr, Carl Melegari, Mhairi McGregor RSW, Lewis Hazelwood-Horner RBA, Matthew Alexander RBA, Pierre Yermia, and Carol Peace.
We will be exhibiting on Stand 9.
Thursday: 11am - 9pm
Friday 11am - 8pm
Saturday 11am - 7pm
Sunday 11am - 6pm
Art Fair Website: https://www.fairforsaatchi.com
AVEC AMOUR - MICHAEL G CLARK PAI RSW
19 June 2019 - 6 July 2019
In an era where fear claims headlines and division pervades conversation, painter Michael G Clark makes a case for the opposite - With Love. Most commonly used as an affectionate sign off, 'Avec Amour' is the perfect phrase to lead audiences into an exhibition which uplifts, unifies, and celebrates togetherness in all forms.
Painted in some of the artist's favourite locations around France and Italy, 'Avec Amour' whisks viewers from the Champs-Élysées to sunrise in Venice, on to quiet cafes in Le Marais and the side streets of Saint-Germain. By lifting spirits, encouraging enjoyment and reminding all of the lighter side to life, Michael G Clark's exhibition offers an oasis of calm.
For more information please register interest, meet the artist on Tuesday 18th June 2019 between 5-7pm (RSVP required - firstname.lastname@example.org).
ANNUAL EXHIBITION 2019
8 June 2019 - 12 July 2019
Thompson's Galleries biggest show of the year. 100 artists and over 250 works from Modern British to up and coming contemporary artists.
With new work arriving every day this is building into another stunning exhibition!
29 May 2019 - 15 June 2019
This new solo exhibition incorporates all of Mike Healey's proclivities, delivering sensational vibrancy in a vast range of subject matter. From the secluded shores of the Scottish Isles, to hushed Highland snowfields, Mike Healey exalts the natural beauty of his surroundings through mouthpiece of his paintbrush. Equally invigorating are the artist's still life paintings, popular for their bold use of colour and characterful contents.
MHAIRI MCGREGOR: RADIANT LIGHT
8 May 2019 - 25 May 2019
Scottish painter Mhairi McGregor returns for another solo exhibition with Thompson's Gallery London, featuring landscapes from the past two years of the adventurous artist's travels. Garnering much excitement in the most recent solo show, McGregor's work will debut to eager viewers in a recapitulation of time spent in the United States, Scottish Highlands, England, and other locations. McGregor is celebrated for a style which hearkens to the Scottish Colourist movement, addressing content and scenery of the moment.
On display at Thompson's Gallery London from 8th - 25th May 2019. Contact the gallery for further information.
THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF BRITISH ARTISTS
20 April 2019 - 12 May 2019
An exhibition of selected members of this long established and most revered society.
A group of painters met at Lincoln’s Inn Fields on 21st May 1823 to form the Society of British Artists as an alternative to the Royal Academy where the membership was limited to fifty members. Although the Society was granted a Charter in 1846 it was not until Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee Year of 1887, under the leadership of James McNeill Whistler that the Society could have the prefix ‘Royal’ and Whistler raised the profile of the Society by setting standards of acceptance. In the years that followed, the Society attracted many painters and sculptors of note including Walter Sickert, Philip de László, LS Lowry, Henry Moore, Peter Greenham, Sir Roger de Grey, Carel Weight and Colin Hayes.
EXHIBITING IN LONDON
16 April 2019 - 7 May 2019
Currently on display at Thompson's Gallery London, April 2019. An enticing array of abstract and figurative works, from oil on canvas to mixed media on board and bronze sculpture.
Visit 3 Seymour Place (W1H5AZ) or contact the gallery at +44(0)207 935 3595 or email@example.com for more information.
DOUGLAS GRAY RSMA: THE MODERN CITY
28 March 2019 - 13 April 2019
Douglas Gray RSMA debuts a new exhibition of oil paintings featuring land, sea, and cityscapes from around the UK and Europe. Known for highly realistic rendering and strong command over light and colour, Gray's work will delight audiences seeking nuanced renditions of their favourite cities, and others yet to be discovered.
Open at Thompson's Gallery London from 28th March to 13th April 2019. Contact the gallery for more information.
MURIEL BARCLAY: PERFORMING ART
6 March 2019 - 23 March 2019
The Scottish painter presents a new body of work in her latest London solo exhibition, titled 'Performing Art'. Barclay features a variety of performing arts disciplines including ballet, modern dance, Pointe, violin, cello and piano. The artist is interested far beyond realistic depiction, staging narratives filled with iconography, recurring themes and body language for discussion around topics of discipline, strength, femininity, pain and desire.
This exhibition will be open from 7th-23rd March 2019 at Thompson's Gallery London. Email the gallery for more information.
OUT OF THIS WORLD - JOE HARGAN & SIMON BACON
13 February 2019 - 2 March 2019
Thompson's Gallery proudly presents 'Out of this World', a dual exhibition combining the
expressionist figurative sculpture of Simon Bacon with the imaginative 2D universe of
painter Joe Hargan...
CONNECT ART FAIR
29 January 2019 - 2 February 2019
Connect – The Independent Art Fair is a new art fair, run by art dealers, bringing exhibitor and art buyer together in a fresh, informed, and vital way.
The fair is being held from 29 January to 2 February 2019 at the Mall Galleries in the heart of London, a stone's throw from Trafalgar Square and Buckingham Palace.
A group of 34 well-established independent exhibitors has conceived a dealer-run fully-vetted art fair to connect directly to the art buyer. There will be an eclectic assembly of art extending to the Twenty-First Century from the Fifteenth Century, with a strong focus on Twentieth Century British Art.
For more information please get in touch with the gallery.
LEWIS HAZELWOOD HORNER | THOMPSON'S 2019 'ONE TO WATCH'
24 January 2019 - 9 February 2019
Thompson's is honoured to represent Lewis Hazelwood-Horner and introduce his first solo exhibition with the gallery. The decorated painter first caught the gallery's attention by winning the Columbia Threadneedle Prize at the age of twenty-four. Hazelwood-Horner has since been inducted to the Royal Society of British Artists in 2018 at twenty-six years of age.
Hazelwood-Horner investigates and documents daily life, often leading the artist and his easel to pubs, farms and artisan workshops across the UK. This exhibition focuses upon the social rituals of gathering, from unique and familiar moments within pub culture to summertime garden parties. Thompson's have identified the painter as their 2019 'One to Watch' and eagerly await the opening of the exhibition.
LONDON ART FAIR 2019 | STAND G23
15 January 2019 - 21 January 2019
Thompson's Gallery is thrilled to announce it participation in one of London's greatest art fairs, The LONDON ART FAIR 2019.
Find us at Stand G23, where we will be exhibiting all new sculpture and paintings by leading artists.
Exhibiting artist include: Paul Wright, Peter Wileman, Carl Melegari, Hennie Niemann Jnr, Tony de Wolf, Matthew Alexander, Simon Bacon, Chris Buck & Vanessa Pooley.
HYATT REGENCY LONDON – THE CHURCHILL & THOMPSON'S ART PARTNERSHIP: LONDON LATEST INSTALLATION
1 January 2019 - 6 October 2019
Thompson's Gallery partnered with the Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill in September 2018 to supply art for the interior of the prestigious hotel for a year. The gallery and hotel have enjoyed being Marylebone mainstays for many years, and seek to promote celebrated British Artists in their continued exhibition.
The new installation of painting is by artists, James Fullarton, Luci Maclaren, Michael Clark & Matthew Alexander can be viewed by all at 30 Portman Square, Marylebone London W1H 7BH.
Viewers are encouraged to follow and tag @thompsonsgallery on Instagram and Twitter with all social media posts featuring the new and exciting artwork.
For more information, call Thompson's London at +44(0)2027 935 3595 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with all enquiries and interest.
CHRISTMAS EXHIBITION 2018
1 December 2018 - 31 January 2022
Another eclectic Christmas Exhibition mix of recent purchases, gallery regulars and new artists. John Clark is one of the artists exhibiting with us for the first time with his built people.
28 November 2018 - 22 December 2018
Thompson’s Galleries proudly presents the latest work of James Fullarton in
his ninth solo exhibition in nearly twenty years with the gallery. Featuring
landscapes across the Scottish countryside, dappled groves, grazing cattle,
placid marinas and breathtaking still life. In this exhibition he delivers yet
another varied and stunning suite of work to be enjoyed.
James Fullarton - An Exhibition of New Paintings
28th November- 22nd December 2018
For more information please get in touch with the gallery.
Catalogue available upon request
PETER WILEMAN: A PERSONAL VIEW
7 November 2018 - 24 November 2018
Highly acclaimed landscape artist Peter Wileman FROI RSMA FRSA was born in Middlesex in 1946. Known for his dazzling abstracted oil landscapes, Wileman describes his relationship with painting as integral to his very existence.
This exhibition showcases the best of Peter Wileman's semi abstract paintings that touch on familiar sites across the British Isles.
NOVEMBER GALLERY ARTISTS
3 November 2018 - 3 November 2018
AFFORDABLE ART FAIR: BATTERSEA
18 October 2018 - 21 October 2018
Thompson's Gallery return to Battersea for the Autumn Edition of Affordable Art Fair 2018. Stand D3 will feature some new and familiar artists on Thompson's roster, including Michael Restrick, Luci Maclaren, Leyla Murr, Louis Laprise, Jo Taylor, Max Tannahill, Sue Jones, Chris Buck, and Simon Bacon.
October 17th: Private View Evening
October 18th-21st: Open to public
DAVID SAWYER RBA
17 October 2018 - 4 November 2018
Classic landscape paintings from around the UK and further afield by David Sawyer, a distinguished member of the Royal British Art Society and Chelsea Art Society.
This exhibition celebrates the classic beauty of Oxford, Cambridge, London and select locations in Spain and Italy.
On view at Thompson's Gallery London from 14th October to 7th November 2018 (3 Seymour Place W1H 5AZ). Email email@example.com call +44(0)207 935 3595 with all sales enquiries and interest.
THE ART CONCEPT
5 October 2018 - 31 October 2018
After a very successful, (Sold Out!) series of talks, do come along to the gallery as we will be exhibiting the participating artist works during October
The respected artists taking part where Robert Kelsey, Reet Gilday, Hashim Akib, Terence Clarke, Jenny Matthews and Sandra Pond and demonstrated how the different artists view and perform their creative process and work in different media.
AUTUMN EXHIBITION, LONDON
26 September 2018 - 13 October 2018
Our AutumnExhibition that features latest paintings from all the artist we represent. Contemporary Sculpture and Paintings as well as sourced orginal Modern British works.
5 September 2018 - 16 September 2018
School of The Great Lakes by Michael Adamson
5th-15th Septmber 2018, London
All new, unseen abstract oils from celebrated Canadian painter Michael Adamson- bold and beautiful, not to be missed.
JOHN PIPER CH
1 September 2018 - 23 September 2018
John Piper is one of the most significant British artists of the 20th Century. Renowned for his powerful and romantic paintings of his native country, he worked across an extraordinary range of disciplines influencing the cultural landscape of modern Britain. Piper’s inspiration was taken from a love and knowledge of the British landscape, its buildings, monuments and their heritage.
11 August 2018 - 27 August 2018
After the virtual sell out of Michaels last show, how could we not have him back. This exhibition will feature works from East Anglia and London and perhaps venues new.
WORKS ON PAPER
16 July 2018 - 3 August 2018
A variety of Thompson's favourites take to paper in lieu of the usual brush and canvas. Exhibitors include Robert Kelsey, Rachel Shaw Ashton, David Sawyer, Cate Inglis, Graeme Wilcox, and Roy Wright.
GRAHAM WEBBER ROI IEA
14 July 2018 - 5 August 2018
Graham was born in North East Essex in 1980 and has always been interested in painting. After experimenting with different mediums and styles he developed a passion for oil painting. Most of Graham's paintings are inspired by small, seemingly insignificant observations, such as a fleeting play of light or subtle changes in colour observed in the landscape of East Anglia.
OBSERVING LIFE: TOBY BOOTHMAN, SIMEON STAFFORD & CHARLES JAMIESON
13 June 2018 - 30 June 2018
An exhibition featuring latest paintings by three of the UK's most popular oil painters,Toby Boothman, Simeon Stafford & Charles Jamieson. Each artist pays homage to their home surroundings, including the French yachting scene, everyday life scenes of Northern England, and the Scottish countryside.
36TH ANNUAL EXHIBITION
9 June 2018 - 1 July 2018
This year we have an even bigger selection of artist for our 36th Annual Exhibition, over 220 works from artists including Frink, Seago, Bellany, Frost and Becker, also we will have all our regular gallery favourite artists plus some new to us and even these shores!
RICHARD TWOSE: IN FLUX
24 May 2018 - 9 June 2018
A solo exhibition of new paintings by 2017 BP Portrait Award feature Richard Twose. Exploring concepts of myth, relic, and intersubjectivity, Twose delivers dynamic and striking scenes situating multiple characters in narratives without clear resolution. For Twose, it's about gravity, the dream of flight, and the perpetuity of being 'in flux'.
11 May 2018 - 30 September 2018
In timing with the RHS Chelsea Flower Show this summer we have opened our London gallery courtyard to exhibit the most exciting examples of contemporary British sculpture. Awaiting garden visitors are a host of beautiful bronze, resin and stone artworks from the likes of Tom Greenshields, Carol Peace, Simon Bacon, Vanessa Pooley, Susan Jones and Angela Hunter. Each artist has delivered their best and newest creations, including peaceful mother and child embraces (Pooley), serene, circular slate compositions (Jones), and functional bird baths (Greenshields & Peace).
Come experience a space which guarantees relaxation and inspiration in equal measure. We look forward to welcoming visitors across the season on Seymour Place.
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MAY: ARTIST OF THE MONTH, LONDON
1 May 2018 - 30 May 2018
ONE TO WATCH: This May we are exhibiting new paintings by emerging talent Michael Restrick. His thought provoking portraits captured both our attention and imagination. Thus it is with great pleasure that we introduce his paintings to the gallery, hoping you'll allow your own mind to wander into Restrick's investigations of the human psyche and emotional complexities...
ZHENI WARNER: THE DEPTHS OF LIGHT AND COLOUR
11 April 2018 - 28 April 2018
An exhilarating solo exhibition by Bulgarian abstract painter Zheni Warner that explores the use of lights within and alongside a canvas.
31 March 2018 - 23 April 2018
An varied and exciting exhibition of selected Members of the Pastel Society GB
ROBERT KELSEY: FROM THE HIGHLANDS TO THE COAST
14 March 2018 - 31 March 2018
From the Highlands to the Coast
at Thompsons London 3 Seymour Place London W1H 5AZ
A solo exhibition of new paintings from Scotland's most renowned landscape artist.
Across his career, Robert Kelsey has infallibly delivered classic motifs from across the UK and further afield. His distinctive landscapes are teeming with masterful technique, a thorough understanding of colour, and absolute adoration for the view before his easel. For this new exhibition, the Scottish artist presents yet another uplifting and exciting exhibition. Audiences will easily detect Kelsey’s enjoyment and mastery of painting, delight in the artist’s signature style for which he is so adored, and venture with him to new locations as he explores novel compositions and colour palettes.
METROPOLIS: CELEBRATING THE WORLD’S GREATEST CITIES
21 February 2018 - 10 March 2018
From familiar surroundings to the newly discovered, join us on a journey to the World’s greatest cities from the unique perspective of our favourite artists.
Whether evoking old memories or creating new views, this collection of the most recognisable and beautiful cities in the world, including London, New York and Paris showcases the distinctive culture, style and atmosphere of each location.
We’ve selected some of our favourite and most distinctive artists to take part in this exhibition, presenting a diverse array of cityscapes for you to explore.