We are very pleased to announce that specialist shippers The British Shop will be providing their exceptional Wrapping Station services again this year. They will also be on hand to offer a delivery service for your purchases should you require it. Whether you have a single painting or an entire art collection to transport, The British shop can cater for all your needs.
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We are very pleased to be welcoming back the highly regarded 20th Century specialist Oriel Fine Art to Cambridge Art Fair, after a two year hiatus.
Oriel Fine Art has been actively showing 20th century British art since 1982. Established in the University City of Cambridge, this fine art dealership focuses on noted painters of the twentieth century including East Anglian painters, St Ives School, women painters and good Modern British artists of the pre and post War years.
You'll find Oriel Fine Art on Stand C5 in the Large Hall. Click here to visit their website.
Extracted from an article by Alice Ryan for Velvet Magazine September 2017.
Artist Andrew Farmer runs Doncaster-based Farmer Fine Arts with brother Matthew. He tells us why the online gallery – which specialises in pieces painted outdoors, ‘en plein air’ – stands out from the crowd.
“I was on the train with my brother, Matthew, when we got talking about starting our own online gallery. After numerous meetings over coffee and cake, we carefully selected artists to invite on our adventure, launching the gallery in 2016.
“Three things make our gallery stand out. The first is our love for 'plein air' painting - works created outdoors, directly from nature. The second is that we don't care for trends or fashions; we strive to showcase authentic works with a timeless quality. And the third is our intimate group of artists. We decided from the offset that we would keep the number to a minimum; this means we know the work inside-out and can speak confidently about each artist.
“Both Matthew and I studied art during our college years, after which I continued to the Royal Drawing School and Matthew took a route into business. He always felt the need to be involved in the art world, though, so setting up Farmer Fine Arts was perfect.
“We're planning to showcase a cross-section of our current portfolio at the fair, from contemporary abstraction to exquisite paintings made 'en plein air'. Since our artists have joined us, there’ve been many success stories and we can say hand on heart that any of the works on show would be a great investment.
“I’ve been collecting art for years. My most recent acquisition is a beautiful still life by Tom Stevenson, one of our own artists. The problem with running a gallery is that you’re constantly in contact with delicious works of art - and sometimes the temptation is too great. . .”
Farmer Fine Arts will be found on Stand C8 in the Large Hall. For more information go to farmerfinearts.com
Cheffins Fine Art is one of the country’s leading firms of independent Auctioneers and Valuers, offering a confidential and professional service for private clients, executors of estates, solicitors and bankers. Their prestigious salerooms in Cambridge provide a perfect base for their auctions bringing together both national and international clients and buyers.
Their next sale is The Fine Art Sale on 13th & 14th September 2017. Brett Tryner and the Fine Art team will be participating at Cambridge Art Fair this year for the first time and we are very pleased to have them. Find them on Stand D6 in the Large Hall.
Click here to visit their website.
Cambridge Art Fair 2018
Private View Thursday 27th September 5.30 to 9pm (TICKETS ONLY)
Public Day Friday 28th September 11am to 8.30pm (LATE OPENING)
Public Day Saturday 29th September 11am to 6pm
Public Day Sunday 30th September 11am to 5pm
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