11 December - 23 December 2014
Martin was born in Neath in South Wales in 1963. A completely self-taught painter, he takes his inspiration from the dramatic coastline and landscape of his native land. Although beginning as a watercolour painter he has in recent years discovered the dramatic possibilities of working in oils with a palette knife.
Martin is making a name for himself on the contemporary art market in Wales and we are delighted to be introducing his stunning work to our collectors east of the border. His paintings are steeped in the traditions of his antecedents in the twentieth century Welsh school, particularly Gwilym Prichard, Charles Wyatt Warren and of course Sir Kyffin Williams. His richly textured oils in a subtle, muted palette beautifully capture the distinctive atmosphere of North Wales whether depicting the drama of Snowdonia or the Irish Sea breaking against the shores of Anglesey.
4 December - 23 December 2014
Richard Sowman's paintings are technically superb pictorial essays in light and shade; each capturing what he describes as ‘a dramatic alchemy’, the transformation of things and places when hit by sunlight or immersed in shadow. Although unpopulated his works are full of narrative and often an element of mystery. His eye seeks the quiet places left by humanity: the relics of a once busy boatshed or a seemingly abandoned jetty, a terrace of empty chairs vacated minutes or perhaps years before. There are however no ghosts in these timeless corners of old Cornwall, instead Richard shows us a warm, inviting, sun dappled world of tranquillity and beauty.
1 December - 6 December 2014
Once again Vanessa Clewes Salmon Modern & Contemporary Art is putting together another eclectic art fair in central London. This year’s Art for Art’s Sake Show is at 18 Maddox Street, London W1S 1PL from Monday 1st to Saturday 6th December 11am-7pm. The show is in a beautiful, bright two floor gallery just off Regent Street, so it’s the perfect location for those coming into the centre of London for Christmas shopping!
24 November - 23 December 2014
Using collage to subvert the meaning of old master paintings and vintage romance novels, The Connor Brothers cast a cynical and penetrating eye at contemporary culture. Their work reinterprets objects from the past and in doing so provides a humorous commentary on contemporary societies obsession with wealth, fame and the unrealistic idealism of advertisings' vision of relationships.
19 November - 23 November 2014
Panter and Hall will be returning to Singapore Affordable Art Fair for the fourth time showing a selection of our regular gallery artists alongside some new faces. You can find us at stand 2A-14.
19 November - 5 December 2014
One of the leading landscape painters working in Scotland today, Charles is an old friend of Panter & Hall having held several very successful solo exhibitions with us over the last dozen years. His wonderful richly textured views of the Western Isles and the countryside around his Borders studio now grace numerous corporate and private collections worldwide and this latest show has been keenly anticipated. This is a real treat for any Scottish painting enthusiast and a Charles Simpson original work is an important addition to any serious collection of representational Scottish art.
29 October - 14 November 2014
We always look forward to Simon’s exhibitions with great relish. One of our favourite painters, he is a very thoughtful considered artist who takes time to produce even the smallest body of work and as such his solo shows are something of a rarity. While admitting some debt to the greats of 20th Century European painting, Christopher Wood, Paul Delvaux et al, his paintings are always original, often surprising, occasionally edgy in atmosphere and supremely desirable. We hope you enjoy this collection of intriguing, magical canvases as much as we do.
22 October - 26 October 2014
Panter & Hall will be exhibiting an exciting selection of contemporary artists at the Battersea AAF, 2014. Everything will be for sale between £100 and £5,000, with paintings, original artist-made prints, sculpture and photography all on show. Whether you are looking for artwork that is traditional or contemporary, humorous or edgy, by a famous name or an undiscovered talent, there is something for everyone!
23 September - 28 September 2014
Panter & Hall will be exhibiting at the LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair in Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London, Autumn’s must-visit event for sourcing and buying fine art and antiques.
10 September - 26 September 2014
This new body of paintings continues my exploration of the human figure and the painted surface through two subjects – the dance figure and the seated or standing figure.
10 September - 14 September 2014
Panter & Halll will be exhibiting at the 20/21 BRITISH ART FAIR, the only fair for British art with a focus on Modern and Post-War but also featuring contemporary work.
26 August - 5 September 2014
'I want my painting to be a kind of alchemy that discovers magic in the reality of the everyday; that transcends the everyday even as it celebrates it; that uses stuff and makes magic from it.'
23 July - 29 August 2014
Our Summer Show will include an exciting variety of gallery artists.
2 July - 18 July 2014
Twenty new paintings by Newcastle based painter Malcolm Teasdale.
25 June - 11 July 2014
A mixed exhibition of Britain's leading figurative painters.
18 June - 27 June 2014
Twelve new works by one of Scotlands most exciting young painters
12 June - 15 June 2014
For four days in June, Hampstead Heath is the place to be for art lovers, with more than 110 galleries bringing a fabulous array of contemporary art. With thousands of artworks by hundreds of artists priced £40-£4,000, anyone can be an art collector, whatever your budget.
By showcasing paintings, original prints, photography and sculpture, from traditional to contemporary, both by established artists and new discoveries, we really do have something for everyone. Panter & Hall are exhibiting an exciting array of gallery artists at Hampstead this year, please find us on stand H9.
9 June - 13 June 2014
A collection of Andrew Scott George's beautiful egg tempera landscapes from around his home in the Mendip hills of North Somerset, Dorset’s Coastline and the hills of Scotland.
2 June - 6 June 2014
In a Suspended State is a body of photorealist paintings. The title of this body of work relates to the suspension of the narrative of a cinematic image and the way photorealist paintings seduce the viewer whilst viewing them. Both image and viewer are ‘in a suspended state’.
2 June - 20 June 2014
Mark’s rise to prominence in the art world is gratifying to those of us who admire that increasingly rare talent of good draughtsmanship. He now holds an annual solo exhibition with Panter &Hall in the West End and is a principal artist at every art fair we attend, his international reputation is also flourishing and he now has representation with a leading art dealer in Japan.
27 May - 1 June 2014
David Ralph Simpson is a remarkably spontaneous and versatile painter; a fluent and capable landscape and still life artist, who is also an intuitive creator of abstract, or rather, semi-abstract, compositions. He has many flavours. Different flavours for different days! He draws no distinction between abstraction and more figurative works.
19 May - 23 May 2014
Erlich’s iconic style is raw, vital and spontaneous, yet also displays the skill and gloss of a well-seasoned artist. It is the brilliant combination of striking, even haunting portrait-like features with the light, grace and somewhat abstract fluidity of her more decorative style that makes her work so inspiring. Be it in the muted haze of a retreating figure, the subtle turn of an outstretched ankle, or the provocative expression of her subject, Erlich brings us face to face with our own reality, but softens the blow with a hint of froth and bubble.
15 May - 18 May 2014
Modern and contemporary art from the UK, Europe, Asia and more
12 May - 1 June 2014
At 29 years of age, in 1978, married with two infants and a mortgage, I was naive enough to think I could make a go of painting ‘full-time’. I quit a good job knowing that if I was going to paint better pictures I had to dedicate myself to it. Somehow we just survived the first three years and scraped through the next seven. When I think of my early work and of particular paintings where I made a discovery, or nailed a colour or mark, I got such a thrill. These little joys sustained me through many tough years. I burned two out of three paintings, remaining determined not to let my financial needs override my artistic goals and wouldn’ let anything out that I felt was a bad painting.
30 April - 16 May 2014
Over the past 22 years since settling in West Cornwall on the most westerly peninsula of England, Cornishman John Brenton has continuously drawn inspiration from this beautifully rugged area producing paintings in oils which capture his fascination for his native country.
3 April - 6 April 2014
A four-day event hosting 78 galleries and a huge array of contemporary art, the spring edition of the Affordable Art Fair New York City will take place from April 2-6 at The Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea.
28 March - 28 April 2014
This new body of work is a mixture of landscape and still lifes but all painted in that distinctive style of his, combining vigorous brushwork and vibrant colour.
21 March - 23 March 2014
The Hong Kong Affordable Art Fair returns to the HKCEC this March.
14 March - 4 April 2014
"I have known and admired PJ's paintings for as long as I have been in the art world. As a young gallery assistant in the Cotswolds in the 1990s she was the only 'local' artist with a truly international reputation. Over the years I have followed her remarkable career with interest and it is a great pleasure for Panter & Hall to now be showing her work on a regular basis.
12 March - 16 March 2014
The London Affordable Art Fair returns to Battersea this Spring, with all works priced between £40 and £4,000.
5 March - 21 March 2014
"As a painter I have always been fascinated by the contrast of photo-realistic painting working in harmony with something much freer ... looser on the same canvas, how opposites can create something 'else', something new.
25 February - 6 March 2014
Roy has had three successful shows with Panter & Hall and views this new collection as the culmination of 30 years of dedication.
5 February - 9 February 2014
Exhibited at the Works on Paper Art Fair, 2014
10 January - 24 January 2014
For years Ken has developed a series of figurative oils and original prints informed by his childhood memories in Swindon. The hardship of those times, where heavy industry defined the landscape, and the atmosphere and lives of the town’s inhabitants proves a rich vein of inspiration. Ken’s paintings are suffused with a gentle humour and undoubtedly a grain of warm nostalgia that is perhaps forgivable through the telescopic lens of a sixty year perspective.