London Art Week has announced the line-up of exhibitors for its Winter 2019 edition, which runs from December 1st to December 6th in locations across Mayfair and St James in London. Open to art collectors, curators and the public the exhibitions span 5,000 years of art, from antiquity to the twenty-first century, with a core focus on Old Masters and pre-contemporary art.
Among the exhibitors are:
Didier Aaron | Ariadne Galleries | Bagshawe Fine Art | Charles Beddington Ltd. | Benappi Fine Art | Bonhams | Brun Fine Art | Callisto Fine Arts | Christie’s | Colnaghi | Ben Elwes Fine Art | Sam Fogg | Oliver Forge & Brendan Lynch Ltd. | S. Franses | Daniel Katz Gallery | Laocoon Gallery | Lowell Libson & Johnny Yarker Ltd. | M&L Fine Art | Olivier Malingue | John Mitchell Fine Paintings | Mullany Haute Epoque Fine Art | Stephen Ongpin Fine Art | Ordovas | Guy Peppiatt Fine Art | Raccanello Leprince | Sotheby’s | Karen Taylor Fine Art | Tomasso Brothers Fine Art | Trinity Fine Art | Galleria Carlo Virgilio & C. | The Weiss Gallery
London Art Week attracts numerous private collectors from around the world, curators from national and international museums, as well as welcoming those who are just curious to learn more. Talks and events are scheduled throughout the week and exhibitions are hosted at a wide range of participating galleries and auction houses in historic Mayfair and St.James’s; two areas which have long represented the centre of the fine arts trade in London.
New to the event is the Symposium, which takes place on Monday 2nd December, from 2.30pm to 5.50pm at the National Gallery. Further details will be released soon.