Bernard Jacobson Gallery

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Bernard Jacobson Gallery
28 Duke Street St. James's
SW1Y 6AG London
Venue Type: Gallery

Open hours
Mon-Fri 10-6; Sat 11-1
+44 020 7734 3431
+44 020 7734 3277
Gallery type

Bernard Jacobson Gallery was founded in1969 as a publisher and dealer in prints. Over the last 45 years the gallery has exhibited many great British, American and European artists including: Helen Frankenthaler, Lee Krasner, Peter Lanyon, Robert Motherwell, Bruce McLean, Ben Nicholson, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, James Rosenquist, William Scott, Frank Stella, Pierre Soulages, William Tillyer, and Marc Vaux.

In 2015 Bernard Jacobson Gallery moved to prestigious new premises in Duke Street St James’s, London, opposite the Royal Academy, and just off Piccadilly. The new gallery, designed by Nick Gowing architects, occupies the ground and lower ground floor of the historic, mid-century, French Railways House. The inaugural exhibition presented a survey of major works by Robert Motherwell marking the centenary of the artist's birth on 24th January 1915.

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