Gustave Loiseau, Rivière en Normandie, 1913, oil on canvas, on offer at Gladwell and Patterson.

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Running from June 22-July 21, the show takes place at the historic Knightsbridge gallery, overlapping with its appearance at the new Treasure House fair in Chelsea.

Prices at the exhibition range from £1500-375,000.

Artists represented include Georges Charles Robin (1903- 2002), Raymond Thibésart (1874- 1968), Barbara Hepworth (1903-75), and Gustavé Loiseau (1865-1935).

To coincide with the 50th anniversary of Picasso’s death, the firm will also set up a ‘hidden’ Picasso Speakeasy Bar within the gallery. Showcased there is Jacqueline au Bandeau, a bronze relief sculpture which the artist commissioned from one of his linocuts in 1964.


Barbara Hepworth, Two Forms (Gemini), 1970, quarts glass on a carved wood base, on offer at Gladwell and Patterson.

“The summer season is one of our busiest times of the year”, the gallery says. Gladwell and Patterson kicked off with appearances at the Petworth Park Antiques & Art Fair and the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, where it has stood for 16 years. Both, it says, were successful and brought in new as well as returning clients. Later in the summer the gallery travels to the US for the Hamptons Fine Art Fair and The Newport Show.