Our stock includes works by Deryck Foster RSMA, Ken Howard RA, Fred Cuming RA, Mervyn Pearson, Cavendish Morton, Frank Watson-Wood, Norman Wilkinson RSMA, Mary Fedden RA, Martin Swan RSMA, Richard Grant & Hugh Boycott-Brown RSMA
A range of decorative ceramics from Poole Studio, Troika & Samuel Saunders Pottery.
Image: "Kaleidoscope", Poole Studio charger by Nicki Massarella exhibited at the Richard Dennis Gallery, December, 1999. Illustrated in catalogue.
Contemporary limited edition original prints by Mary Fedden RA, Mark Hearld, Elizabeth Blackadder, Clare Curtis, Emily Sutton and Carry Akroyd printed at the Curwen Studio and Penfold Press
Trench Art is a term for a wide variety of decorative items produced during or soon after the First World War. They were made in all the countries engaged in combat. Ashtrays, matchbox holders, letter knives, model tanks and planes are typical examples. Often they are made from lead bullets, brass recovered from spent charge cases, and copper from shell driving bands. However, few examples were made literally in the trenches or made by soldiers.
We have a small stock of limited edition, out of print and rare art books on 20th Century British artists including Elisabeth Frink, Mary Fedden, Ken Howard, Ben Nicholson, Mary Newcomb, Winifred Nicholson, Henry Moore, Lynn Chadwick, Terry Frost, C R W Nevinson , Barbara Hepworth, Eric Ravilious, James Ravilious and Patrick Heron.
We are collectors of Great War medals and have groups to the Royal Flying Corps, Royal Navy and those won during land battles such as Gallipoli, Cambrai and the Somme. Medals are not kept at the gallery but can be viewed online at:
Please contact us if you would like to view any of the groups.