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The Fine Art Society

The Fine Art Society was founded in 1876.
The Fine Art Society staged the ground-breaking exhibition of James Abbott McNeill Whistler’s 'Venice Etchings Arrangement in White and Yellow' in 1883. John Ruskin’s collection of Turner watercolours were displayed in 1878 and the first show of the work of Samuel Palmer was mounted at the gallery in 1881. These and many other major British artists and designers such as Bonington, Sickert, Nash, Nicholson, Sutherland, Dresser and Mackintosh continue to be the subjects of exhibitions at the gallery.
In 2017 a major retrospective of the work of Gluck was held at the gallery, who represented her and exhibited her four times in one 'man' shows during her lifetime.
Walter Richard Sickert described the gallery as 'The best shop in London'
The Fine Art Society specialises in the work of British artists from 1800 to the present and sells paintings, sculpture, watercolours, prints, drawings, architect-designed furniture, metalwork, ceramics and glass.

Founded : 1876



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