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Belgravia Gallery

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Belgravia Gallery has been one of London's largest showcases of work for over 20 years. Having started in 1986, it is located in the heart of the art district close to Piccadilly and with some truly outstanding artists, both British based and international.

The gallery is run by mother and daughter team Anna Hunter and Laura Walford, and is based on Albemarle Street in the heart of the art district close to Piccadilly. The gallery was previously located in Ebury Street before moving to Mayfair in 2004. The gallery's ethos is to be professional, welcoming and approachable and has a strong emphasis on art for charity, particularly on raising funds for The Sebastian Hunter Memorial Trust. The Trust is closely linked to Anna, Laura and everyone involved with Belgravia Gallery and raises funds to build schools and helps disadvantaged people in Tamil Nadu, South East India.

The gallery offers art advisory services to both individual and corporate clients. Site visits to homes and offices can be arranged, and the gallery is happy to work with clients to provide art which reflects personal style and taste or captures the ethos of a company or business. With over 20 years’ experience and with contacts throughout the art world, the gallery is able to source a wide range of art for every situation. Representing both established and emerging artists, advice can also be given on current market trends. AS for the gallery itself, you can most definitely say that the gallery has a diverse range of art forms, from lithographs to paintings, sculptures to fine art photography.

A state-of-the art racking system is installed in the basement of the gallery which holds over 150 pieces of artwork, varying from large oil paintings, works by Picasso and Andy Warhol to lithograph prints by Nelson Mandela, HRH The Prince of Wales and Charlie Mackesy, amongst many others. This system enables works of art previously unseen or not part of the current exhibition to be viewed all year round.  

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