Stand B40

Sims Reed Gallery

Sims Reed Gallery is located alongside Sims Reed Books, in the heart of London’s St. James’s.

The gallery specialises in modern, post-war and contemporary original prints and works on paper. Founded in 1995, the gallery has since grown to hold an extensive inventory of works by leading artists of the 20th century alongside major contemporary artists. These include David Hockney, Howard Hodgkin, Bridget Riley, Peter Doig, Ed Ruscha, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Bruce Nauman, Henri Matisse and Joan Miró.

The gallery is a member of the Society of London Dealers (SLAD) and the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA).

FOUNDED :1995

DIRECTORS: Max Reed Chloe Ballin Petra Kwan
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Celia Observing
David Hockney
Nu assis les bras étendus
Henri Matisse
Study of a Human Body after Ingres
Francis Bacon
Metropolitan Triptych
Francis Bacon
SP II
Josef Albers
Blue Reminding
Josef Albers
Bacchanale avec une femme assise tenant un bébé (Bacchanale with Seated Woman Holding a Child)
Pablo Picasso
Work
John Chamberlain
Untitled
Jonas Wood
Notepad Doodle (State I)
Jonas Wood
Equinoxe
Georges Braque
Le Marteau sans maître
Joan Miró
Here We Are in Croydon
Howard Hodgkin
Red, Blue & Green Flowers, July 1986
David Hockney
In a Public Garden
Howard Hodgkin
Into the Woods, Spring
Howard Hodgkin
Red Dominance
Bridget Riley
The Sower
Roy Lichtenstein
Evening Menu
Patrick Caulfield
Partie de Campagne II
Joan Miró

CONTACT DETAILS

43A Duke Street, St. James's

SW1Y 6DD

London

United Kingdom

+44 (0)207 930 5111

gallery@simsreed.com
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