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Established in 2007 by Adrian Pett, who had previously worked at a major gallery and auction house. Darnley Fine Art holds an extensive stock of fine paintings from the 16th to the 21st Century. We are a leading specialist in 19th Century Orientalist paintings of the Middle East and prints by David Roberts. We also specialise in Portraits and are one of the only galleries that deals in original paintings for railway posters from the 1930′s.

We have an extensive knowledge in these fields and advise clients on starting or adding to their collection, providing a detailed background to each artist’s work. Advice is also given on other important aspects of acquisition such as framing, hanging, insurance and the maintenance of works of art.

Over the years we have made some important discoveries, that have brought fresh light onto the artists work.

We also represent the contemporary artist Jeremy Andrews, whose works now grace many important collections.

We pride ourselves on being discreet and tursted by our clients which has helped to build worldwide collections.

Darnley Fine Art is a member of LAPADA (the Association of Art and Antique Dealers), and of CINOA (the International Art and Antique Dealers Association)

The works we offer are the finest available and competitively priced.  The website reflects a selection of the paintings we have available at any one time.

We have sold works to museums and pubilc institutions around the world, lent works to major museum exhibitions and for catalogue raisonné on artists.

 

 

Francis Plummer

1930 - 2019

The Human Form

Francis Plummer Distant Thoughts

 11th - 30th May 2020

 Darnley Fine Art is delighted to be hosting a selling exhibition of paintings by artist Francis Plummer.
Location: Online
 
These stunning paintings all depict the human form using egg tempera and have been kept by the artist since he painted them in the 1950's. 

 

With an obvious flare for the creative Plummer was enrolled at The Royal Academy Schools between 1949-1954. His success there not only earned him a RA Diploma but also the coveted Leverhulme scholarship.

 

Plummer began work as a medical illustrator for Guys Hospital designing graphics, then went on to establish himself for his artwork alone and was commissioned by the National Trust as well as appearing in collaborative exhibitions at the Grafton Engineering Private exhibitions, Leighton House Galleries, London Royal Academy Diploma Galleries and the London Leicester Galleries.

 

In 1975 a one man show of his landscape and figure paintings entitled To be Born Again was moved from a gallery in Middlesbrough to the Alywn Gallery in Mayfair and was followed some years later by an exhibition at The Minories in Colchester.