Exhibitor listing
  • Dinky toys 235 H W M Racing Car - Walter Dolphyn
  • Sans titre (Fleurs, pastèque et poire dans un paysage ampurdanais) - Salvador Dali

Gladwell & Patterson

5, Beauchamp Place
London, SW3 1NG
United Kingdom
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Exhibitor's Artists:

Salvador Dali

Salvador Dali - Sans titre (Fleurs, pastèque et poire dans un paysage ampurdanais)
Sans titre (Fleurs, pastèque et poire dans un paysage ampurdanais)
Walter Dolphyn
Biography :
Born in Antwerp on 21st December 1963, Walter grew up in an artistic milieu. His father Willem, grandfather Victor and great-uncle Denis were all painters. Against all odds, Walter chose for a technical training as a printer, which he completed in 1983, after national service, he did however make an attempt to follow in the footsteps of his illustrious elders, witness a number of still lifes dating from 1984 and 1985, but any real artistic intention remained on the back burner, and when he was offered a job at the printing office of the Provincial authorities he laid down his brush. Despite his unmistakable talent, his artistic achievement in that period was limited to a number of drawings and illustrations for birth announcement, wedding cards and advertisements. After five unsuccessful attempts to take classes in drawing and painting at the Academy of Berchem (Antwerp) he changed his job to a banking firm. Here, he exhibited his work for the first time, a series of drawings picturing houses with dilapidated facades, which he had made during working hours, in-between printing assignments! One day he was asked by Willy de Quidt, a friend of the family to design a CD cover for his latest music project, a house version of Frere Jacques by a line up called So What. To everybody’s amazement Walter disappeared behind his easel and painted a portrait of a futuristic Techno monk standing in front of an intricately detailed brick wall. Not only was this CD cover EMI Belgium's finest of 1992, it also rapidly became a collectors’ item. Victor was astounded. Willem pulled his son by the ear, wife Inge gave him her full support and Walter (honouring a pledge to his seriously ill grandfather) gave up his job and became an apprentice to his father. In the beginning, most of his intricately detailed paintings pictured run-down facades and doorways, much like in his earlier drawings, though he also painted trompe l'oeil. Gradually, the trompe l'oeil gained the upp

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Gustave Loiseau
Biography :
Born the son of a butcher, Loiseau would become one of the most foremost Post-Impressionist painters. Loiseau rebelled against the traditional practices of painting and joined the famous artist colony at Pont-Aven in Brittany in 1890. There he became companions with Henry Moret, Maxime Maufra and Paul Gauguin and under their influence, Loiseau embraced the use of bold colour and sought to expand and seek new aspects of the Impressionist style. Like his Impressionist forebearers, Loiseau was a champion of painting the landscape en plein air. In his quest to create movement and light, Loiseau developed a distinct ‘cross hatching’ technique which resulted in the supple and ephemeral quality for which his work is known. Monet and Renoir recognised Loiseau’s artistic talent and introduced him to the art dealer Paul Durand-Ruel who signed an exclusive contract with Loiseau in 1897. Loiseau’s work was exhibited widely during his lifetime and can be found in many museums and private collections.

Henry Moret
Biography :
Henry Moret’s vibrantly coloured, serene landscapes of Brittany transport the viewer into the peaceful countryside of rural France. Moret rejected traditional academic artistic training and sought to further the artistic developments of the Impressionists. In the 1880s Moret was drawn to the artistic community at Pont-Aven in Brittany where he delighted in depictions of the local fishermen and farmers, painting the landscape and rocky coastline of this remote and desolate area. There he became close companions with Paul Gauguin and Émile Bernard and embraced the artists’ stylistic developments and bold use of colour. In 1895 the art dealer Paul Durand-Ruel encouraged Moret to re-explore the more naturalistic approach of the Impressionists, using a palette dominated by blues, greens and pinks. Moret developed a more feathery Impressionistic technique, strongly influenced by Claude Monet, which would come to define his work during the last two decades of his life. Durand-Ruel exhibited Moret’s work in Paris and New York and today his paintings can be found amongst important Impressionist collections worldwide.

Detailed Description :
Painted in 1907 Oil on Canvas Signed and dated ‘Henry Moret 1907’ (lower right) 65 x 92 cm, 251⁄2” x 36”
Francis Picabia

Alfred Sisley
Biography :
Julius Schmits, Wuppertal and Basel (1939 until 1953). Wildenstein & Co., Inc., New York; acquired from the above, January 1954. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Combemale, New York; acquired from the above, 1954. Anon. sale; Christie's, London, 27 November 1964, lot 39. Private collection, London. Sir Phillip and Lady Harris of Peckham, London; acquired in December 1993. Richard Nathanson, London. Private Collection, London. Private European Collection; sale, Christie’s, New York, 7 November 2012, Lot 66. Private Collection; acquired at the above sale.

Detailed Description :
F. Daulte, Alfred Sisley, Catalogue Raisonné de l'Oeuvre Peint, Lausanne, 1959, no. 559 (illustrated).

Other Artists represented by the Gallery:

Walter Dolphyn

Walter Dolphyn - Dinky toys 235 H W M Racing Car
Dinky toys 235 H W M Racing Car
Donald Hamilton Fraser


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Founded in 1752
Glenn Fuller   Director
Gladwell & Patterson is an internationally renowned gallery with a proud history that can be traced back to the mid-18th century. Our focus is on fine oil paintings, watercolours and sculpture; from 19th- and 20th-century works to landscapes and portraits by leading artists practicing today. The gallery deals only in works of art of the highest quality and condition and publishes five catalogues each year.

Behind our distinctive monochrome windows on London’s famous Beauchamp Place, Anthony Fuller, the gallery’s owner, embodies the establishment’s calling. “My raison d’etre,” he explains, “is to look around for beautiful paintings. Nothing gives me more pleasure than a great picture.” During the course of its 263-year history the gallery has enjoyed a long and distinguished reputation for discovering the works of future masters.

Whether buying a work from its present owner or placing it in a new home, Anthony and his colleagues rely on their expertise. “We never buy anything unless we like it, and we have touched it,” explains Anthony. His passion for pictures is an indicator as to why three or four generations of some families have come to Gladwell & Patterson for works of art. The same tradition is enjoyed in his own family. Anthony’s son, Glenn, and daughter, Cory, have taken the baton from their father and, together with the gallery team, helped to write the latest chapter in the firm’s history in opening of the Beauchamp Place gallery last spring.

The founding principles of Gladwell & Patterson are trust, integrity, quality and, of course, a discerning love of art. All of our transactions reflect these values. We strive to create a blend of old and new, a balance that maintains the standards of yesteryear while embracing the excitement and pleasure of building an art collection today. We endeavor to guide and assist our clients at each step, from their first viewing of a picture in our galleries to finally appreciating it on their own walls.

The gallery is home to all aspects of art collecting. We continue to provide “an after sales care” in the form of cleaning and restoring oil paintings and water colours together with an antique framing service utilizing our superb stock of hand carved moulds, some over two hundred years old, to present your pictures to their full potential.
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