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 enquiries@thompsonsgallery.co.uk

London Art Fair 2022

LONDON ART FAIR 2022
20 April 2022 - 24 April 2022

London

Thompson's Gallery is delighted to return to Islington's Business & Design Centre for the in-person 2022 London Art Fair.

Exhibiting all-new paintings and sculpture on Stand G23 between 20 - 24 April 2022.

Please contact the gallery for more information.

Caledonian: The Scottish Exhibition

CALEDONIAN: THE SCOTTISH EXHIBITION
26 March 2022 - 17 April 2022

Harpenden

Since the early 90s, Thompson's Gallery has always had strong ties with the country north of our English border, and we believe there is no better time for a revival of Thompson's historically popular 'The Scottish Exhibition' which we are excited to share with our clients to celebrate the opening of our newest gallery in Harpenden and as our first official, curated show. Once a staple in Thompson's Gallery's annual calendar, the Scottish Exhibition is a chance to showcase the very best in Scottish artistic talent.

This exhibition will be exhibiting a wide range of artworks and artists. It will be spotlighting our core list of Scottish artists which has come to exist over the past four decades, plus an array of talents new to us, curated as a statement on the consistent strength of Scottish art.

This exhibition boasts an eclectic mix of subject matter from depictions of coastal scenes, portraits and whimsical wonderlands.

Register interest or request information - enquiries@thompsonsgallery.co.uk

Josef Herman OBE RA (1911-2000)

JOSEF HERMAN OBE RA (1911-2000)
19 March 2022 - 3 April 2022

Aldeburgh

Thompson’s Gallery, Aldeburgh are excited to announce an exhibition of works by the Polish Jewish artist Josef Herman. The entire collection of watercolours, ink washes, pencil drawings and lithographs have been in a private collection which has been accumulated over many years and is now being sold through Thompson’s Gallery. Josef Herman’s work often depicted workers as its subject and was inherently political and living and painting as he was in the heart of the South Wales mining community, he soon embraced and produced work with subjects that so many could relate to; miners at the coal face, farm folk, harvesters, mothers and their children, simple landscapes and even nudes and still lifes.

There are examples of all of these subjects in this collection and represent the simplicity which Herman communicated of the working classes. We are showing samples of the iconic miners as well as the sketch of the women of Greenham Common which show Herman’s commitment to painting politically evocative subjects.

Brita GranstrÖm: Inscape

BRITA GRANSTRÖM: INSCAPE
9 March 2022 - 26 March 2022

London

The newest solo exhibition by Swedish painter Brita Granström, on view at Thompson's Gallery London from 9 - 26 March 2022. Prepare to be dazzled and swept away in Granström's unique stylistic renderings of seascapes & domestic narrative scenes, in addition to positively charming still life.

Contemporary South Africa

CONTEMPORARY SOUTH AFRICA
26 February 2022 - 20 March 2022

Harpenden

Following the success of this exhibition in our London Gallery, Thompson’s is excited to travel this show to our Harpenden audience, including several new works arriving from South Africa.

Contemporary South Africa

CONTEMPORARY SOUTH AFRICA
26 January 2022 - 12 February 2022

London

For over a decade, Thompson’s Gallery has formed personal bonds with South Africa. Whilst there, we have been captivated by the breadth of creative talent, which we are now thrilled to present to the UK in our first exhibition of carefully selected South African artists.

‘Contemporary South Africa’ explores a variety of media, techniques, and subject matter by some of the most inspiring contemporary artists living and working in South Africa today: Gail Catlin, Ruan Huisamen, Arend Louw, Thembalethu Manqunyana, Leon Müller, Hennie Niemann Jr., Jaco Roux, Anton Smit, René Snyman, and Louis Jansen van Vuuren.

Some are celebrated internationally, others are emerging figures, yet all artists are united by their creativity and shared nationhood. From bushland renderings to stylised portraits, challenging narrative scenes to large-scale bronzes, each artist’s work is a world unto its own. Explore viewpoints and stories anew in the extraordinary selection of painting and sculpture presented in ‘Contemporary South Africa’ at Thompson’s Gallery London.

5% of the gallery profits of the exhibition will be donated to Ubuntu Pathways.
“Ubuntu Pathways is an extraordinary and deserving non-profit organization that provides an integrated support system of health, education, and social supporting the township of Gqeberha, South Africa (previously known as Port Elizabeth). I was first introduced to the work of the organisation through a great friend, and I could not think of a better time to bring awareness to the organisation.” Megan Thompson

For more information on the great work of Ubuntu Pathways visit: www.ubuntupathways.org

Please contact the gallery for more information.