Muddy says: This art gallery has relocated from London’s Belgravia to the Surrey Hills, exhibiting works by Nelson Mandela and HRH The Prince of Wales as well as British and international contemporary artists and sculptors.
Run by mother and daughter team Anna Hunter and Laura Walford, Belgravia Gallery has been showing international art and sculpture for more than 10 years in the Surrey Hills alongside a permanent London Gallery.
But after 16 years in London, the Belgravia gallery closed its doors for good in June 2017 after Anna and Laura found that many clients preferred to view art in their elegant 14 room gallery in Surrey – in peaceful and private country surroundings, free from the hassles of parking and congestion charges.
London’s loss is Surrey’s gain. And clients benefit from viewing art in a home setting – seeing art in a dining room, bedroom, living room, or above a sofa allows for so much more insight into how pieces of art and sculpture may look in your own home or place of work. And will, the girls hope, inspire you to start or build upon your own collection.
In total more than 100 works of art, both traditional and contemporary, are on show. Sculpture for the garden can also be viewed. Anna and Laura are also available for viewings in London so please do not hesitate to get in touch with them.