Abbott and Holder

Descending from a partnership between Robert Abbott and Eric Holder, who first dealt together in 1936, Abbott and Holder are a London based art dealership and conservator. The firm stocks works at a variety of price points.

While the gallery was originally in the house of Robert Abbott, it moved to a four floor building on Museum Street in 1987, where it remains presently. In 2001, Abbott and Holder became a Limited Company, run by managing director Philip Athill. Tom Edwards joined the company in 2003 and is now also a Director.


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Ballet designs take the stage at Abbott and Holder

05 November 2018

Yolanda Sonnabend’s (1935-2015) costume and stage designs helped revolutionise the look of British ballet.

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Abbott & Holder features work of two British female wood engravers

16 April 2018

Abbott & Holder’s upcoming exhibition features the work of two 20th century female wood engravers: Clare Leighton and Gwen Raverat.

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Ten pictures to buy at Abbott and Holder’s 10 day sale

09 March 2018

Museum Street fine art gallery Abbott and Holder is holding a 10 day spring sale.

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Silk part of rough and smooth East End art

08 January 2018

Abbott and Holder kicks off 2018 with an exhibition celebrating the art of London’s East End.

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5 Questions: Tom Edwards of Abbott and Holder

04 December 2017

Tom Edwards is director of Abbott and Holder, a picture dealer and conservator established in 1936. The gallery is in London’s Museum Street across from the British Museum, and specialises in British watercolours, drawings, prints and oil paintings.

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