Augustus John's beautiful depiction of Iris Beerbohm Tree, is discussed by London Art Week 2021 curator, Arturo Galansino and Anna Brady in The Art Newspaper.
Philip Mould & Company are delighted to share with you Gabriel Berner’s article for The Antiques Trade Gazette. The article touches upon several discoveries made by the gallery over the years, from an extremely rare portrait of Prince Arthur in the 1990s to a miniature by Jean Decourt of French King Henri iii. The latter of which can be seen in our current exhibition Love’s Labour’s Found.
Rachel Campbell-Johnston, art critic for the Times, has chosen Love's Labour's Found as her exhibition of the week. New research techniques are at the heart of this show of Jacobean and Elizabethan Portraiture where the recent advancements are helping to unravel the mystery of this era.
Philip Mould & Company are delighted to share with you Melanie McDonagh's review of Love's Labour's Found for the Evening Standard. Melanie visited the gallery ahead of the exhibitions official opening to see the works in the 'flesh'. In her review, Melanie discusses the exhibition highlights including the newly 'discovered' Henri III by miniaturist Jean Decourt, the radical evolution of painterly styles in the Jacobean and Elizabethan era and how modern technology has enabled today's scholarly research to flourish. Click here to read her article.
With commercial galleries reopening today, Apollo Magazine has hand picked the best art shows to see in London this month including our own ‘Elizabethan Adventure’ Love’s Labour’s Found. Click here to read more.
Philip Mould & Company re-open 12th April
Emma Rutherford, Portrait Miniatures Specialist, makes an appearance on Austen Wednesdays, the Jane Austen House's digital programme of talks and in conversation events. Tune in at 8:00pm on Wednesday 10th March.