London Art Week
June 29 through July 6, 2018
London Art Week (LAW) illustrates the extraordinary range and quality of art dating from antiquity to the twentieth century available on the market, and strongly underlines the unrivalled connoisseurship and expertise to be found in the city. Each summer, LAW provides a platform for more than 40 international art dealers to present exciting selling exhibitions, events, and art talks at private galleries in Mayfair and St. James’s.
The exhibitions coincide with the Old Master paintings and drawings sales at the major auction houses, and attract countless collectors, connoisseurs, and museum curators to the capital. Discover passion, power, and politics through the lens of historic works of art.
The range of art to be featured during LAW is broad and includes Classical antiquities, Medieval and Renaissance textiles, master paintings and drawings from the Elizabethan and Baroque to Neoclassical and Post-Impressionist eras, watercolors from the eighteenth to twentieth centuries, master sculptures in bronze, marble and terracotta, and modern art works up to the turn of the twentieth century. Special subjects span portraiture, fashion, Symbolism and Futurism, as well as several centuries of British, French, Flemish, and Italian art.
For more information: londonartweek.co.uk