Fri, 28 Jul|
The Newport Show 2023
Gladwell & Patterson celebrate a historic 275 years in 2023, making us London’s oldest art gallery. During our historic 275 years the gallery has always sought out the finest artists and their work. We have carefully curated an exquisite selection of nautical artworks especially for The Newport Show
Time & Location
28 Jul, 10:00 – 30 Jul, 18:00
Middletown, 375 Purgatory Rd, Middletown, RI 02842, USA
About the event
Gladwell & Patterson are delighted to announce their participation at The Newport Show this July, 2023, in the heart of New England. Showcasing exceptional antiques, art & exquisite objects, the show is a highlight of the Newport summer season and provides an outstanding opportunity for art collectors to explore and acquire from the best global art and antiques dealers.
Gladwell & Patterson celebrate a historic 275 years in 2023, making us London’s oldest art gallery. Over the course of our historic 275 years the gallery has always sought out the finest artists and their work. We have carefully curated an exquisite selection of nautical artworks especially for The Newport Show which will showcase the very finest marine paintings that we have to offer.
Gladwell & Patterson will be showcasing the work of several modern and contemporary artists at The Newport Show, including marine paintings by contemporary Belgian artist, Ronny Moortgat, who is known for his skill in portraying contemporary and historic ships with such accuracy, whilst also imbuing their unique spirit in his paintings. We are delighted to present new canvases by British contemporary artist Peter Wileman, whose vibrantly coloured abstract landscapes and seascapes are instantly recognisable for their gestural brushstrokes and nautical references.
We are proud to present an exceptional collection of Post-Impressionist landscapes by Gustave Loiseau and Raymond Thibesart. Alongside these we will be showcasing masterpieces by Georges Charles Robin and Alexandre Louis Jacob to bring the beauty of the European countryside to the sunny climes of New England. The gallery has dealt with these artists since the Second World War and will be publishing the Catalogue Raisonné of both artists works in the near future.
We hope that you enjoy this collection, and we look forward to welcoming you to Stand 201 in Newport this July.
Please contact Emily for more information and tickets