London Art Week

At our gallery in St. James's
30th Nov 2017 - 8th Dec 2017
Opening to the public on the Friday 1 December (Preview Thursday 30 November), London Art Week will hold its inaugural Winter event, celebrating an array of exceptional art from across the past seven millennia.
An eye-opening and unique opportunity to come and explore, enjoy and discover world-class art in the heart of London. Hosted across more than forty of the capital's most notable galleries, as well as three leading auction houses, we will be welcoming visitors from around the globe to experience our world class art up close. With a myriad of objects on display, from ancient sculptures to Old Master drawings and Impressionist paintings, there will be something for everyone whether you are a seasoned collector or just curious to learn more about art.

Artworks

Luis de Morales, called ‘El Divino’. Christ the Man of Sorrows, Badajoz c. 1520 - 1586
Pedro de Mena y Medrano Ecce Homo and Virgin Dolorosa, ca.1680-88
Giovanni Marigliano, known as Giovanni da Nola Mars, Marigliano, Nola; documented from 1508 - died between 5 August 1551 and 25 April 1553
Ottavio Leoni Portrait of a Noblewoman, Rome, 1578 – 1630
Angelo Caroselli Sacra Conversazione with a donor, Rome 1585 – idem 1653
Jerónimo Francisco and Miguel Jerónimo García, known as the “Hermanos García” Saint John the Baptist in the desert, Granada, c. 1580 – 1634?
Juan de Mesa Saint Louis of France
Jusepe de Ribera Saint Onuphrius, Xàvita 1591 – Naples 1652
Alonso Berruguete Saint Sebastian
Juan Carreño de Miranda The Adoration of the Magi
Torcuato Ruiz del Peral The Head of Saint John the Baptist, (Exfiliana, 1708 - Granada, 1773)
Joan Figuera The retable of The Virgin, Saint Peter Martyr, and Saint Mark