This extraordinary three-volume collectors' set presents the Sistine Chapel on a scale as experienced only by Michelangelo and the artists of the fifteenth-century frescos. This magnum opus features state-of-the-art colour and printing fidelity, colour matched against the actual frescos, to produce a 1:1 life scale rendition of masterworks by Michelangelo, Botticelli, Perugino. The Vatican Museums have limited the worldwide publication of 1999 copies to only 600 available in English.
We are delighted to announce that the Philip Mould Gallery is joining LAPADA Firsts: An exclusive digital event, hosted by LAPADA The Association of Art & Antiques Dealers, opening on the first Thursday of every month at 1:00pm.
Read the Financial Times article ‘Smaller is beautiful: the tiny but triumphant comeback of art miniatures’, including insights from Emma Rutherford, our Portrait Miniatures Consultant.
‘Often no bigger than a thumbnail or a matchbox, these little marvels are the subject of a new obsession.’
Catalogued as '18th century Italian School' and estimated at £400-600, this oil painting had been in the same family since the early 1950s, although its significance was seemingly unknown…
It has been one year since Philip Mould & Company's exhibtion Divine People: The Art of Ambrose McEvoy and the publication of Ambrose McEvoy's biography (by Erik Akers-Douglas, 3rd Viscount Chilston, Edited by Lawrence Hendra).
Click here to read Louis Jebb's review of Divine People: The Art and Life of Ambrose McEvoy (1877-1927) for The Art Newspaper.
11-year-old Charlotte Gervis, winner of the inaugural Bourlet Young Masters Art Prize, has recently had her prize-winning artwork on display at Philip Mould & Company in a handmade Bourlet frame.
Gervis says: "It's very exciting to have my painting exhibited in a prestigious London gallery, in a beautiful handmade frame and also to be able to get more art supplies from Cass Art…"
Presented by Arcarta, the anti-fraud and customer due diligence network for the art world, the Bigger Picture presents a special series of episodes in collaboration with London Art Week. This week, Philip Mould was interviewed by Tom Noon, The Bigger Picture presenter.
Listen here for insights into Philip's childhood memories, visiting antique shops with his mother, his early career, love of nature, behind the scenes anecdotes on Fake or Fortune and tips on making your way in the art world.
Exhibition review in Country Life by Huon Mallalieu.
'The exhibition 'Pioneers: 500 Years of Women in British Art' runs until November 27 at Philip Mould and is quietly very impressive indeed. The gallery has assembled it essentially from stock, demonstrating that this is no bandwagon-jumping exercise, but a subject that has interested Mr Mould and his team for a long time. I paid an early visit, which was a pleasure, but also a problem, as I found it difficult to decide which exhibits I would most like to illustrate here.'