CECIL COURT GALLERY

Our Cecil Court gallery can be found in the historic Cecil Court, a 17th Century thoroughfare running between Charing Cross Road and St Martin’s Lane. Still owned by the Cecil family it forms part of the Marquess of Salisbury’s London estate having been purchased by his ancestor the illustrious Elizabethan statesman, in 1609.

Cecil Court was a home to the young Mozart on his first visit to London and in the early 20th Century it became the centre of the nascent British Film Industry earning the nickname ‘Flicker Alley’. Now it is the high point of the Harry Potter Tour industry through J K Rowling’s admission that she used the Court as inspiration for Diagon Alley.

For Panter & Hall it has proved a successful and enjoyable expansion. Our Cecil Court gallery has provided an opportunity to mount smaller scale exhibitions by some of our younger or more affordable artists. It is also the hub of operations for our interior design source, Panter & Hall Decorative. We stock hundreds of affordable mid-century paintings that have become a one-stop-shop for our decorator clients. Three times a year we showcase recent acquisitions at the Decorative Antique & Textiles Fair in Battersea Park. Illustrated stock can be viewed with full details on Instagram at @panterandhalldecorative

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CECIL COURT GALLERY
Panter & Hall (Decorative)
22-24 Cecil Court
London
WC2N 4HE

Monday to Sunday: 10AM - 6PM (Closed for lunch 2PM - 3PM)

+44 (0)20 7399 9999
enquiries@panterandhall.com
Orson Kartt

Animal Farm (Variable edition of 100)

£130

Gerald Green

Sunlight in the Kitchen

£1,250

Ken White

Sideways

£225

Jane Hooper

Brussels

£1,000

Emma Williams

Chinese Pot

£295

Sarah Jane Bellwood

Summer Love

£500

Richard Sowman

Blue with Limestone

£1,150

Orson Kartt

Many hands make light work (Variable edition of 100)

£130

Martin Llewellyn

Clouds Over Lake Llyn Idwal

£850

Mark Hall

Finchers Fancy

£395

Jonny Hannah

Jimmy the Saint Ed. 32 of 50

£90

Orson Kartt

Rule Britannia (Variable edition of 100)

£130

Jane Hooper

His and Hers

£1,550

Claire Wiltsher

Order from Chaos

£945

Reserved
Una Stubbs

St Andrew's Day

£500

Orson Kartt

Live long and Prosper (Variable edition of 100)

£130

Jonny Hannah

Hats off to Hardy Ed. 27 of 50

£150

Neale Worley

Stella and her Reflection

£3,600

Jane Hooper

Full English

£1,000

Valeria Duca

Morning Sun

£1,650

Alison Stockmarr

A Stirring Book for Girls Ed. of 50

£70

Gerald Green

The Writing Table

£1,050

Sarah Jane Bellwood

White Shell

£500

Jonny Hannah

Killer Diller! Ed. 30 of 50

£70

Sarah Jane Bellwood

Blue Shell

£500

Alison Stockmarr

Pride and Prejudice Ed. of 50

£70

Tom Hoar

Study of a Cornfield, Wiltshire

£1,450

Mark Hall

Third Time Around

£365

Bridget Davies

Patterned Penelope

£1,500

Alison Stockmarr

C is for Children Ed. of 50

£180

Jane Hooper

Box of Potatoes

£1,000

Stanislaus Brien (fl 1930s)

Panda

£750

Sarah Jane Bellwood

Stitch

£500

Orson Kartt

Did I Miss the Boat (Variable edition of 100)

£130

Richard W Boardman

Squirrel I

£4,900

Orson Kartt

Heads I Win (Variable edition of 100)

£130

Alison Stockmarr

Lady Chatterley’s Lover Ed. of 50

£70

Orson Kartt

You must remember this (Variable edition of 100)

£130

Mark Hall

Problem Child

£565

Reserved
Alison Stockmarr

In Darkest Africa Ed. of 50

£350

Reserved
Orson Kartt

In God we Trust (Variable edition of 100)

£130

Alan Kingsbury

Silver Teapot with two Chocolates

£5,850

Reserved
Una Stubbs

They don't do hamburgers Granny!

£285

Orson Kartt

Let it Bee (Variable edition of 100)

£130

Neale Worley

Empty Spanish House

£4,000

Alison Stockmarr

Swiss Family Robinson Ed. of 50

£70

Orson Kartt

Tick-Tock (Variable edition of 100)

£130

Alison Stockmarr

Frankenstein Ed. of 50

£245

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