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Osborne Samuel Gallery
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Osborne Samuel Gallery was formed in 2004 after the merger of Peter Osborne’s company Berkeley Square Gallery and the adjacent gallery, Samuel & Co. directed by Gordon Samuel. The partnership continues the specialities of both businesses, the partners having collaborated on a number of important exhibitions for many years before the merger. Peter Osborne and Gordon Samuel have been in the art business for more than 40 years. Osborne Samuel Gallery is one of London’s leading specialists in Modern British painting and sculpture and has a high reputation for the quality of its exhibitions and publications. We specialise in rare British 20th century prints and are the main dealers worldwide in the linocuts of the Grosvenor School. Recent pioneering print exhibitions have included the complete prints of CRW Nevinson, Cyril Power and Sybil Andrews and in 2019 Gordon Samuel curated the biggest ever museum exhibition of British Modernist prints at the Dulwich Picture Gallery in London. In 2017 the gallery moved from Bruton Street to Dering Street at the top of Bond Street in London’s Mayfair district.
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Modern (1900-1950), Contemporary
The Artists of the Grosvenor School
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Osborne Samuel Gallery are the leading international dealers in the linocuts of the Grosvenor School, with decades of experience and many seminal gallery exhibitions. The gallery also publishes widely on the subject including catalogues raisonnes of the leading artists.
William Kentridge's Sleeper Series
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The Sleeper series speaks to one of Kentridge’s main themes, the desire to forget or shield oneself from challenging or problematic realities of history and the present day.
Nash & Nevinson: Impressions of War & Peace
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Osborne Samuel Gallery are pleased to present a selection of rare prints by Paul Nash and CRW Nevinson from The Great War and its aftermath.

Sybil Andrews
Lucian Freud
David Hockney
William Kentridge
Henry Moore
Paul Nash
CRW Nevinson
Grayson Perry
Cyril Power
Marc Quinn
Bridget Riley
Lill Tschudi
Edward Wadsworth