Works on Paper Fair

The Works on Paper Fair began as a watercolour and drawings fair in 1999 at the Park Lane Hotel in Piccadilly. Since 2016 it has been held at the Royal Geographical Society in South Kensington.

The Works on Paper Fair features a range of works including watercolours, drawings, posters and original prints and prices range from £500 to £250,000.


Works on paper fair bows out after three decades

18 June 2018

The Works on Paper Fair has ceased running after more than 30 years – a reflection of a contracting market, dealers say.


Works on Paper Fair speaks a language both new and old

22 January 2018

Familiarity with the works on paper market means getting to grips with the technical processes behind drawing, painting and printing and learning the requisite vocabulary.

Works on Paper Fairs

2016 Works on Paper Fair at the Royal Geographical Society

12 February 2016

Six images from this year's Works on Paper Fair at the Royal Geographical Society. Held at the venue Exhibition Road for the first time, the event runs from February 11-14.

Works on Paper Fair moves to Royal Geographical Society

22 May 2015

From 2016, the ‘Works on Paper Fair’ will move venue from the Science Museum to the nearby Royal Geographical Society, also in Exhibition Road, South Kensington.

TEFAF sketch out new plan as London draws the crowds

20 July 2009

THE organisers of the TEFAF Maastricht fair are inviting dealers to apply for stands in a new specialist works-on-paper section at next year’s event.

Watercolours fair moves to Covent Garden venue

20 October 2008

The Watercolours & Drawings Fair is to move to a new venue at The Flower Cellars in Russell Street, Covent Garden for its next fair from February 4-8.

Art on Paper to relaunch as international art event

31 May 2006

LONDON-based organisers Gay Hutson and Angela ‘Bunny’ Wynn are relaunching their February Art on Paper as a broader-based international art fair. The first 20/21 International Art Fair will be held at The Royal College of Art, Kensington from February 22 to 25, 2007.

Paper prophets

21 February 2005

WITH the emphasis this week on Europe, a reminder that life goes on elsewhere.

Over the paper moon at the Royal College

21 January 2003

ORGANISERS Gay Hutson and Angela Wynn, who run the successful 20/21 British Art Fair, had fairly modest expectations when they launched their Art on paper Fair at London’s Royal College of Art four years ago but, as you will see at its fifth staging from January 30 to February 2, it has very much found a niche in the crowded London fairs scene.