Gallery

Piano Nobile

London, United Kingdom

Address

  • 129 Portland Road
  • London W11 4LW
  • United Kingdom

Opening times

Monday - Friday, 11am - 6pm
Saturday, 11am - 4pm
Or by appointment

Travel Information

Tube / Metro: Holland Park

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 Piano Nobile Works of Art was established in 1985 by Robert Travers, following doctoral studies in London and Paris. Today run by Robert Travers and his son Matthew Travers, a graduate of the Courtauld Institute of Art, we act as dealers, agents, and advisers to private, corporate and museum collections; dealing with appraisals, acquisitions and dispersals. We also represent a selection of contemporary artists and artist's estates.

 

Piano Nobile specialises in 20th-century works of art ranging from international, modern British and postwar paintings, drawings and sculpture. The gallery's inventory extends from carefully sourced impressionist, post-impressionist, futurist, constructervist and expressionist stock to post-war abstract expressionism and the avant-garde, all of the highest quality, by acclaimed and celebrated artists of these periods. Our focus on quality of works available on the market, at a given price point, also extends to the services and advice we offer to our clients, both established collectors and those involved in a wider range of art related activities.

 

The gallery also represents a select stable of contemporary, internationally based artists who draw on traditional forms of art and apply them in a contemporary context, using figurative representation in an abstract sense, often as much conceptual as figurative. These artists are established, many with international reputations commercially and in the museum world.

 

Piano Nobile publishes a wide range of authoritative exhibition catalogues and books (Piano Nobile Publications ) distributed by an international and respected independent distributor, Casemate Group. The Nobile Folios and Indexes  are sister publications produced in collaboration with Sylph Editions and the University of Bristol.

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