Exhibitions

We hold three to four exhibitions each year in the field of Modern Masters works on paper and original prints. We have an on-going commitment to promote Modern Masters and are delighted to be able to offer free entrance to the public to all our exhibitions. Please join our newsletter if you would like to be invited to our events!

Gilden’s Art Gallery presents Sam Francis

This exhibition brings together works on paper spanning 40 years of the artist Sam Francis’ career. It includes lithographs from the important Pasadena Set, examples of the artist’s innovative processes for creating monotypes and wonderful acrylics. 3D EXHIBITION

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Gilden’s Art Gallery presents The Heart of Asia – Lyrical Abstraction & Figuratism

We are delighted to present a selection of original lithographs, etchings and aquatints, and watercolors from three of the most important Chinese artists of the 20th Century. Zao Wou-Ki 赵无极 and Chu Teh-Chun 朱德群 flourished in the Parisian art scene and brought immense creative and technical skills to printmaking in France. Whilst Walasse Ting 丁雄泉

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Gilden’s Art Gallery presents The Art of Germany

Gilden’s Art Gallery is delighted to present our digital catalogue showcasing a sample of our current selection of important works by German Masters. This includes drawings, paintings, and original prints from both the German Impressionist and German Expressionist movements. The e-catalogue has been arranged by medium to show the diversity of media employed by the

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Gilden’s Art Gallery presents Joan Miró – Devotion to Printmaking

Gilden’s Art Gallery are delighted to announce our latest exhibition focussing on the extensive printmaking career of Joan Miró. The exhibition offers an opportunity to explore the many collaborations between the artist and printmaking studios in France and Spain. With works from the 1950s to 1970s, we have a selection of original prints from across

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Gilden’s Art Gallery presents Chagall – A life

Gilden’s Art Gallery is delighted to present a series of works on paper from the Modern Master, Marc Chagall (1887-1985). Taking inspiration from the artist’s own biography, “Mein Leben” [My Life], started in 1911 and completed in 1922, the exhibition expands upon the major themes in the artist’s colourful life CATALOGUE

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Gilden’s Art Gallery presents JOIE DE VIVRE

Gilden’s Art Gallery is delighted to present Joie de vivre – an exhibition celebrating the joys of living through the medium of entertainment. Focussing on the changing sources of amusement throughout the 20th Century. We are pleased to present an eclectic selection of works on paper comprising original prints, paintings and drawings across six main

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Italy Uncovered

Gilden’s Art Gallery is delighted to present our new exhibition – Italy Uncovered – offering a survey of both the major Italian art movements and those which are lesser known. We begin our focus on the most celebrated movement of Italian twentieth-century art – Futurism. This involved the exploration of not only motion but also

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The Copleys of Hampstead

Gilden’s Art Gallery are delighted, in collaboration with Gordon Cooke, to present for the first time in Hampstead a selection of important etchings and lithographs by John Copley and his wife Ethel Gabain. The selected highlights are direct from the estates of the artists and are returning to Hampstead, their long-time home, for this special

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American Abstraction – Kineticism to Expressionism

We are delighted to present an exhibition of important works by Alexander Calder and Sam Francis in the context of the promotion of American Abstraction.

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The age of the Early Modern Masters

A deep immersion in the most brilliant minds of the 20th Century. You are welcome to visit our Gallery in Hampstead to view our new exhibition of works by Georges Braque, Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso: their work, their life, and their stories. Browse our catalogue HERE

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