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Richard Green

A London gallery dealing in Old Master to Modern British paintings for 65 years
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Richard Green is an international family business with two galleries in Bond Street, Mayfair, at the heart of the London art world. For four generations we have been dealing in paintings of the highest quality, dating from the 17th to the 21st century.

Forming a collection of paintings is a most interesting and rewarding experience. However, art must be wisely selected with professional advice. Richard Green assists clients to build collections that express their own individuality, providing the provenance and scholarly background to each painting, and advising on framing, hanging and all other aspects of collecting.

Richard Green exhibits a constantly-changing selection of paintings at its two galleries and at international art fairs, including Masterpiece and Frieze Masters in London; TEFAF Maastricht; TEFAF New York, Fall and Spring. We publish several fully-illustrated selling catalogues a year on aspects of our unrivalled stock. At 147 New Bond Street, we show our collection of fine Old Masters; 18th century British, Sporting and Marine works; Victorian, Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings. 33 New Bond Street displays Modern British and 20th century European paintings.

We pride ourselves on offering the finest quality works from our large and diverse stock. Among the leaders in our profession, we have helped to form important collections for both individuals and museums.

Insights From The Exhibitor

Our selection reflects how artists have portrayed people down the centuries.

Dirck Santvoort was a leading Amsterdam portraitist who specialized in painting children. This work combines an awareness of social status with a touching appreciation of childhood innocence.

Koekkoek’s calm estuary is given life and movement by the figures who crowd the jetty, emphasizing the role played by the sea in Dutch life.

Utrillo conjures up the Montmartre of his youth, with ladies in flowing skirts and picture hats strolling the steep, twisting streets.


  • Balthasar van der Ast
  • Frank Auerbach
  • Eugene Boudin
  • Ludolf Backhuysen
  • Pieter Claesz
  • Montague Dawson
  • Henri Fantin-Latour
  • Adrian Heath
  • Cornelis de Heem
  • Dame Barbara Hepworth
  • Patrick Heron
  • Peter Lanyon
  • Achille Lauge
  • Laurence Stephen Lowry
  • Albert Marquet
  • Joos de Momper the Younger
  • Henry Moore
  • Sir Cedric Morris Lockwood
  • Sir Alfred Munnings
  • Aert van der Neer
  • Victor Pasmore
  • Francis Picabia
  • Camille Pissarro
  • Gerhard Richter
  • George Romney
  • Salomon van Ruysdael
  • William Scott
  • Sean Scully
  • Daniel Seghers
  • Jacob van Walscapelle
  • Bryan Wynter