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Established over twenty-five years ago in Bath, Somerset and based until recently in Kensington, London - we are dealers and agents specialising in Modern British and Post-War Painting and Sculpture. We also represent a small group of contemporary painters and sculptors. Acting as agents we sell art on a commission basis for Collectors, Institutions and deceased Estates, offering an attractive alternative to auction houses. We can advise on buying at auction, on framing and conservation and on insurance matters. We offer knowledgable and friendly advice to both new buyers and those individuals wanting to build collections. Anthony Hepworth is a specialist in the work of Modern Briti   More
Established over twenty-five years ago in Bath, Somerset and based until recently in Kensington, London - we are dealers and agents specialising in Modern British and Post-War Painting and Sculpture. We also represent a small group of contemporary painters and sculptors. Acting as agents we sell art on a commission basis for Collectors, Institutions and deceased Estates, offering an attractive alternative to auction houses. We can advise on buying at auction, on framing and conservation and on insurance matters. We offer knowledgable and friendly advice to both new buyers and those individuals wanting to build collections. Anthony Hepworth is a specialist in the work of Modern British artist Keith Vaughan (1912 - 1977). He curated two major exhibitions for the Victoria Art Gallery, Bath (Keith Vaughan, Figure and Landscape, 2007 and Peter Lanyon, Porthmeor, 2008) Keith Vaughan The Mature Oils 1946 - 1977, a commentary and catalogue raisonne, by Anthony Hepworth and Ian Massey, was published by Sansom & Company in September 2012 In our annual 'An Eclectic Eye' November exhibitions we have shown African and Oceanic Tribal objects and sculpture, Meso-American pieces, ceramics, rugs, furniture, and ephemera alongside paintings by Redpath, Bell, Vaughan, Fishwick, Milnes-Smith, Clough, Stockley and Hitchens, amongst many others.  Less

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16 Margarets Buildings, Brock Street ,

Bath , BA1 2LP

United Kingdom

Tel: 44 01225 310694:primary; 07970 480650 : Mobile

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Opening times during exhibitions: Tuesday - Saturday, 11 - 5. Otherwise, please contact the gallery for opening times (generally Thursday - Saturday, or by appointment).

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