Gerald Leslie Brockhurst's beautiful, engaging portrait of Nancy Woodward, is currently on display at Cromwell Place, for London Art Week 2021 until 9th July.
We are delighted to be exhibiting at London Art Week 2021. Click here or visit our exhibition page for further information.
Maya Asha McDonald brings you Tatler's highlights from this year's Masterpiece catalogue including our portrait of Oonagh Guiness by Philip de Laszlo.
We are delighted to be exhibiting in Masterpiece Online 2021. Click here or visit our exhibition page for more information.
This portrait of Oonagh Guinness by Philip de Laszlo is the highlight of both our Masterpiece and London Art Week exhibitions. In this video, Philip explores the glamour and beauty of de Laszlo's portraiture in the 1930s.
This winter, Phlip Mould & Company are delighted to be exhibiting in London Art Week's online platform, LAW DIGITAL.
For this talk Sacha Llewellyn (Independent Researcher and Curator, and Director, Liss Llewellyn Fine Art), Tania Sutton (Director, Osborne Samuel), Anthony Crichton-Stuart (Director, Agnews), Marco Fabio Apolloni (Director, Laocoon Gallery) and Ellie Smith (Research and Content Editor, Philip Mould & Company) will, together, examine how our perception of women artists has changed and how we are finally championing them. During the discussion, there will be a special focus on female artists over the last 100 years, and in particular the early to mid-20th century.
Our panel of experts will discuss the challenge of becoming "digital connoisseurs", taking in the latest developments, good and bad, in the shift to online, the questions to ask and pitfalls to avoid when buying historical art via jpegs, and the big question of whether you should you ever buy a work sight unseen, even now?
We are delighted to display this stunning portrait of poet Iris Beerbohm Tree to the public for the first time in one hundred years. Painted by Augustus John, c. 1920, few sitters could claim to rival him in their disregard for social convention, but Iris Beerbohm Tree was one such rival.