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The Turn of Women Artists

THE TURN OF WOMEN ARTISTS 1837 – 2018 Despite their contribution, women artists have forever been under represented. The founders of the Royal Academy in 1768 counted two women among their number, Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807) and Mary Moser (1744-1819). After the death of Mary Moser, no woman was then elected a full Academician until Dame […]

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Ed McLachlan On The Edge

Chris Beetles Gallery is delighted to present On the Edge: The Cartoon World of Ed McLachlan, a selling exhibition of over 200 cartoons by one of Britain’s finest cartoonists. A master of the unexpected, McLachlan provokes laughter by introducing extreme or shocking events into familiar settings and scenarios, and by combining the unlikeliest of elements. His characters […]

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The Illustrators Today

THE ILLUSTRATORS TODAY AN EXHIBITION OF CONTEMPORARY ILLUSTRATION To complement its long-standing annual exhibition, ‘The Illustrators’, the Chris Beetles Gallery is delighted to offer this celebration of the best in contemporary illustration and cartooning. Represented here are leading and much loved practitioners of picture book, literary and magazine illustration, and also of political and pocket […]

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INTERESTING TIMES: Peter Brookes

INTERESTING TIMES: PETER BROOKES A SELLING EXHIBITION The Chris Beetles Gallery is delighted to present a new selling exhibition from the award-winning Times cartoonist, together with the launch of the accompanying book, Interesting Times, published by Biteback. Over 100 of Brookes’ most recent satirical cartoons for The Times will be on sale. The exhibition will run from 26 […]

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Louis Wain & The Cat Show 2017

LOUIS WAIN & THE CAT SHOW 2017 The Chris Beetles Gallery is presenting their hugely popular annual celebration of the very best of cat art – Louis Wain and  the Cat Show! This year, the gallery will be displaying almost 200 works, including over 125 paintings, drawings and sketches by Louis Wain (1860-1939). The exhibition will […]

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