Galleries - October 2016

figurative paintings. Extensive website. Mon–Sat 10–7, Sun 11–5 t 020 7352 3663 d GALLERY 286 286 Earls Court Road, London SW5 9AS MarkFry: New Paintings. Oct 6–29. Reflecting the artist’s preoccupation with the different visual languages we useto communicateand describe our surroundings. Musical notation, architectural drawings, board games and electronic circuitry have all found their way into his studio. Email for PV invite. Wed 12–6 & by appt t 07747 807576 f JonathanRoss’sGallery286 e LOTS ROAD AUCTIONS 71–73 Lots Rd, London SW10 0RN Auctioneers & Valuers. Auctions: Modern & Contemporary Furnishings, 44 GALLERIES OCTOBER 2016 MAP 20 LONDON CHELSEA & FULHAM BATTERSEA PARK S L A NG T ON S T W AL P O L E S T H O R T E N S I A R D P A R K W K E A R L ' S C O U R T R D R E D C L I F F E G D N S HO L L YWOO D RD B EAU F O R T S T O L D CHU R C H ST C A L E S T S M ITH S T OA K LE Y ST C H E L S E A B R I D G D R A Y TON G D N S F L O OD S T L OT S R D L O TS R D W B A T T E R S E A B R I D G E O L D B R O M P T O N R O A D F U L H A M R O A D F UL HAM R OA D B R O M P T O N R D P R I N C E O F W A L E S D R A L BE R T B RID G E R O A L O A N E S T K I N G S R O A D KI N G S R O A D E R R D G A T E RD K I N G S S L O A N E A V E I C K ROAD C R O M W E L L R O A D F I N B O R O U G H R O A D C H E L S E A E M B A N Sloane Square Earl's Court Gloucester Rd Fulham Broadway Green Brompton South Kensington g f h d e c b a a CHRISTIE’S SOUTH KENSINGTON 85 Old Brompton Rd, London SW7 3LD Fine Art Auctioneers. please contact for viewing times b CRICKET FINE ART 2 Park Walk, London SW10 0AD Malcolm Taylor. Oct 11–22. A selection of abstract and humorous figurative paintings; prices under £3,000. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 10–5 t 020 7352 2733 m 07778 568367 t @cricketfineart f CricketFineArt c GAGLIARDI GALLERY 509 Kings Road, Chelsea London SW10 0TX Gallery situated for more than 35 years in the heart of Chelsea. You can find anything from Italian and French new impressionist landscapes to hyper-realist Now in its 20th year, the National Open Art Competition ( NOA ), the exhibition of which opens at The Mercer’s Hall in the City of London this month, already knows thenameof its first winner. The MS Amlin World Art Vote attracted nearly 20,000 peopleonlineto votefor the586 works that had madeit through the preliminary selection process. Kent-based artist Vanessa Jayne is a worthy winner of this part of the competition, her powerful realist oil painting portrait of her late father-in-law, ‘The Face of Alzheimer’s’ , is a moving and quietly unsentimental treatment of a disturbing subject. Meanwhile the remaining 170 pieces will have to wait for the deliberations of the distinguished selection panel with winners revealed at the exhibition later this month. NU THUMB nail Vanessa Jayne ‘The Face of Alzheimer’s’ Antique Furniture, Carpets, Pictures, Objets d’Art, Lighting and Mirrors. Sales every Sunday from 1. Viewing: Wed 6–8, Thu 10–6, Fri/Sat 10–4 Sun from 10 t 020 7376 6800 f PIERS FEETHAM GALLERY 475 Fulham Road, London SW6 1HL Linda Sutton: Opera. Oct 6–22. Oil paintings and pen and ink drawings that are focused on Opera. Meredith Ramsbotham: New Paintings. Oct 27–Nov 19. tube Fulham Broadway buses 14, 414, 211 Tue–Fri 10–6, Sat 10–1 t 020 7381 3031 g SAATCHI GALLERY Duke of York’s HQ, King’s Road London SW3 4RY Henri Barande. Oct 4–31. The first and only time in the UK to see the work of this remarkable French-born artist. 10–6 t 020 7811 3070 t @saatchi–gallery f saatchigalleryofficial h TANYA BAXTER CONTEMPORARY 436 Kings Road, Chelsea, London SW10 0LJ Mixed Exhibition including works by M.F. Husain, S.H. Raza, F.N. Souza, Ling Jian, Zeng Chuanxing, Banksy, Pip Todd Warmoth and Sacha Jafri. by appt t 020 7351 1367 m 07961 360407