Philip Mould & Company have been specialising in British art and Old Master paintings for over 35 years. Our gallery, located on London's historic Pall Mall, is one of the largest commercial gallery spaces in St James's and showcases 500 years of British art and portrait miniatures from the Tudor period through to the late 20th century.
Through his books and television work, Philip Mould is one of the best-known figures in the art world. His hit BBC1 programme Fake or Fortune? reaches up to five million viewers in the UK and greater numbers abroad, making it the most-watched arts programme on television.
Spread across three floors, our gallery is a testament to the development of fine art in Britain over the past 500 years. The gallery is known for diligent research and connoisseurship and regularly stages major exhibitions with accompanying catalogues.
For assisted access to the gallery, please do contact us prior to your visit.
The gallery has a reputation for scholarship and research and over the last three decades has made a number of important art historical discoveries. Director Lawrence Hendra and consultant Emma Rutherford are contributors to scholarly articles, museum exhibitions and arts television programmes. The gallery regularly works with private collectors and public institutions from around the world, helping source and secure works for their collections.