THACKERAY GALLERY Est.1968
paintings, drawings & sculptures by contemporary british artists
Celebrating 50 Years 19 June – 20 July 2018
Featuring new and unseen work by
Sarah Bowman • Gordon Bryce RSA RSW • Judy Buxton • Judith Cain • Joanna Carrington (1931-2003)
Joe Fan RSA • Brian Fojcik • Ralph Freeman • Vanessa Gardiner • Anthony Garratt • Iwan Gwyn Parry RCA
Delphine Hogarth • Claerwen Holland • Michael Honnor David Klein MRBS • Fiona McAlpine
Christine McArthur • Jennifer McRae RSA • Eleri Mills • Alberto Morrocco RSA RSW OBE (1917-1998)
Carey Mortimer • Lewis Noble • Ann Oram RSW • Gareth Parry RCA • Anna Perlin • Kate Schuricht
Matthew Snowden • Ethel Walker • Sir Kyffin Williams RA OBE (1918-2006) • Vivienne Williams RC A
This year Thackeray Gallery celebrates her 50th Birthday. To mark this milestone, the gallery is excited to present
over 60 works by 30 of the gallery’s artists, both emerging and established, in this one-off anniversary exhibition.
This fusion of media, styles and ages aims to represent the story of Thackeray Gallery and the identity it has had
for the past 50 years.
When Priscilla Anderson founded the gallery in 1968, there were only a handful of established commercial
London galleries. The Gallery began to firmly establish itself in the art world, developing a reputation for
representing living British artists, including Sir Kyffin Williams, whose centenary is celebrated this year. In 1993,
Anne Thomson took over the Gallery following Priscilla’s retirement, and under her guidance success continued
and the roster of artists developed further. Joanna Carrington, Michael Honnor & Carey Mortimer, to name but
a few, all flourished in this period.
The Gallery Assistant during Anne’s tenure was Sarah Macdonald-Brown. Following three years in the role, she
took over the gallery herself at the young age of 27. Sarah still runs the gallery today, and has been committed to
the Thackeray Gallery philosophy; wanting to build on history whilst understanding the need for modernisation.
Artists like Ethel Walker and Gordon Bryce continued to be represented, whilst a generation of new artists like,
Anthony Garratt, Matthew Snowden and Vanessa Gardiner were added to Thackeray’s pool of talent. All of
whom are involved in this show.
Thackeray Gallery is a special place. She thrives because of her extraordinary artists, quality monthly exhibitions,
loyal clients and friendly feel. It is a welcoming, comfortable gallery for all connected and this ethos has remained
unchanged since the 1960s, which this show reflects.
The price range for this exhibition is: £500 - £35,000.
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