Trinity House Paintings New Flagship Gallery

Trinity House Paintings is an international art dealership specialising in Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, Modern British and 19th century works.

Although in the past, they might have been considered slightly nomadic, Trinity House Paintings have finally found a beautiful home to house their stunning stock. The new gallery is in the picturesque village of Broadway, Cotswolds.


The new gallery will open with a reception on the evening of 9th December 2011, 5:30-9 pm. The Broadway gallery will also manage the Trinity House Paintings galleries in New York and London.

‘The Broadway mother-ship will run the nuts and bolts of our three galleries and act as our hub for the research and cataloguing of the paintings,’ comments Steven Beale. The new gallery space used to be the furniture designer- Gordon Russell’s workshop and is perfectly suited for the display of their works. Simon Shore adds ‘Trinity House is eager to move into the heart of Broadway`.

The Broadway gallery’s stock includes a selection of British paintings spanning close to 300 years, including the works of Damien Hirst, John Constable, Alfred Munnings and George Stubbs.

In addition paintings by the Impressionist and Post-impressionist artists include Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot and Eugéne Boudin as well as many from the Fauvist movement, including Kees van Dongen. Their full inventory can be viewed on their website.

In December, at the new Broadway gallery you can also view the gallery’s latest collection from their Inaugural Exhibition in New York.

Highlights include “Préparation en dedans”, a charcoal on paper drawing by Edgar Degas (1834-1917) which at the request of the Royal Academy has gone on loan to be included in their autumn blockbuster show, Degas and the Ballet; Picturing Movement (17 September-11 December 2011), a pastel of Claude Monet’s ‘Waterloo Bridge’ and a gouache titled ‘Arbres’ by Paul Cézanne.

I bet the villagers of Broadway are proper chuffed!

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