The fair provides visitors with a chance to buy from knowledgable dealers in a friendly and intimate environment. The De'Longhi Garden Room will oﬀer free coﬀee for all visitors, and the licensed Tea Room Café oﬀers a lunch and tea menu.
Examples of artists whose work sold at the most recent fair include Matisse, David Hockney, Howard Hodgkin, Joseph Herman, John Piper, Jacob Epstein, George Chinnery, and Hercules Brabazon. Among contemporary artist sales were large works by Rosie Sanders and Luke Elwes. Visitors and buyers included not only private collectors but also museums and organisations such as the National Trust.
As well as the pictures on sale, the fair oﬀers a substantial programme of talks alongside the fair, in the Ondaatje Theatre, the RGS's renowned auditorium. Topics include The Early Life of Augustus John, Edward Lear's Works on Paper, and The Art of Gardens, the collaboration between Yoshijiro Urushibara and Frank Brangwyn, and The Story of the Guinness Lithographs.
For tickets please visit: http://www.worksonpaperfair.com/tickets.html
Phone: 01798 215 007