Richard Green

Richard Green is a four-generation fine art specialist in paintings dating from the 17th to the 21st centuries. Based in London with two Bond Street galleries, the eponymous owner runs the gallery with his two sons Jonathan and Matthew and is a member of the TEFAF board.


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Alan Davie and all that jazz in London gallery

20 May 2019

Scottish artist Alan Davie’s (1920- 2014) oil on canvas 'Jumpin’ at the Woodside' (1965), which is on offer at Richard Green Gallery, references a jazz number with the same title released by Count Basie in 1938.

Richard Green gallery in New Bond Street

Richard Green gallery to defend High Court claim over €5m paintings sale

14 February 2019

London gallery Richard Green has said it will defend a claim made in the High Court by a client who purchased two Old Masters for €5m at TEFAF Maastricht last year.

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Keen as mustard to buy paintings under £50,000?

17 December 2018

An Adventure with Colman’s Mustard by British painter Arthur Wardle (1864-1949), shown below, is among the pictures on offer at Richard Green gallery’s 50 Paintings Under £50,000.

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Gallery salutes the academy

04 June 2018

Richard Green Gallery is in good company as it salutes one of its most prestigious neighbours this summer.

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Richard Green double for Seago and west Cornwall

07 May 2018

Richard Green takes full advantage of its two New Bond Street galleries this month with a pair of exhibitions, both focusing on 20th century painting.

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Richard Green shows an affordable fifty

02 January 2018

Multi-million buys may be out of reach but five-figure quality is on offer at top London gallery Richard Green.

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Richard Green holds exhibition of historic British fashion portraits

25 September 2017

It’s a busy season for Richard Green. Fresh from the 20/21 British Art Fair and the Paris Biennale, the Mayfair dealership will also appear at Frieze Masters and TEFAF New York Fall.

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Pink and red at Richard Green exhibition

30 May 2017

Samuel John Peploe’s (1871-1935) 'Still life of pink & red roses in a Chinese vase' is among the works in Richard Green’s ongoing exhibition devoted to the celebrated Scottish Colourist.

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Richard Green sells Old Master painting to US National Gallery of Art

20 October 2016

Richard Green has sold the Old Master oil painting "A Woman Feeding a Parrot" by Caspar Netscher to the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC.

Richard Green in his Bond Street premises

Climbing the ladder is harder than ever, says Richard Green

25 April 2016

Dealers starting out today will struggle to replicate the success of established Old Master dealers, according to Richard Green.

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The old master who plays the long game

17 June 2015

ATG speaks to Richard Green as he reflects on six decades as a dealer, his firm’s debut at ‘Masterpiece’ this month and how his sons have broadened his taste in art

Art trade holds strong says Richard Green

19 February 2013

Leading Bond Street picture dealer Richard Green has made a stand for traditional art dealing and bricks-and-mortar galleries amid wider concern over the future of the trade.

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Masters of their craft present masters of art

12 June 2012

The dreaded experience of the inexperienced gallery-goer: having mustered the courage to ring the buzzer on the door, you’re greeted by a deathly silence as you nervously look at the works under the hawk-like gaze of a dealer. No prices and you’re too scared to ask. This is exactly the kind of image that the organisers of Master Paintings Week and Master Drawings London are trying to combat.

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Seago centenary fest for London

25 January 2010

THE work of Edward Seago (1910-1974) has always been popular. Even during his own lifetime, Colnaghi’s annual exhibitions of his paintings between 1946 and 1966 on Old Bond Street drew such fierce competition that buyers, some of whom had queued overnight, were restricted to one picture each.

Richard Green rebuilds Bond Street premises

05 October 2009

LEADING London art dealer Richard Green is in the process of demolishing his Old Masters gallery at 33 New Bond Street, prior to completely rebuilding a new five-storey gallery.

New deal to secure Palm Beach

21 May 2008

A RADICAL shake-up in the overall organisation, marketing and direction of Palm Beach | America's International Fine Art & Antiques Fair is underway. It will guarantee the future security of the event as a premier American fixture for the next five years and bring in a number of top dealers as part of the organisation.

Six of the best shows.... and every one a Lowry

19 May 2004

TO mount six major selling exhibitions in the space of eight years of paintings by iconic British 20th century artist L.S. Lowry (1887-1976) is, by any standards, impressive. Nonetheless, this is exactly what New Bond Street dealer Richard Green has done. His latest Lowry showcase opens this Wednesday, May 19.

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