News & Press

Over the last 30 years, Liss Lllewellyn have been featured across hundred of pages in the national and international press, including feature articles in The Guardian, The Times, The Financial Times, The Spectator, The Telegraph, The Arts Newspaper, World of Interiors, Country Life, Homes & Gardens, as well as being selected five times as the featured exhibition in The Week.

Our exhibitions have been described as ‘Spectacular and fabulous‘ ( The Spectator), ‘Revelatory‘ (The Financial Times), amongst  ‘The 10 essential art exhibitions of the Summer‘ (The Telegraph), ‘Must see‘ (The Mail on Sunday), ‘The exhibition of the season‘ (The Times Saturday Review), ‘Ground-breaking‘ (The Royal Academy Magazine), ‘and fascinating, full of revelations and new lines of enquiry’ (World of Interiors).

Natural Bedfellows The love of nature shared by the artist Charles Mahoney and his wife Dorothy is celebrated in a new exhibition. Here, their
Alan Sorrell, The Long Journey, 1939 Sanctuary: Artist Gardeners 1919-1939 at the Garden Museum in Lambeth, London. The exhibition is presented in partnership with Liss Llewellyn
Charles Mahoney, The Garden, 1950. Seeds of solace: A new exhibition celebrates the gorgeous paintings made by artists who found peace among the plants
Harry Bush, Summer Morning, 1953. Sanctuary: Artist-Gardeners 1919-1939 at the Garden Museum This selling exhibition at the Garden Museum focuses on a number of
Harry Bush, Snowfall in the Suburbs – A View from the Artist’s House, 1940. Where do artists go when the world goes to war?
Charles Mahoney, The Garden, 1950. Discover the Golden Age of Garden Painting An exhibition at the Garden Museum explores horticultural art in the interwar
Francis Spear (1902-1979), Seraphine, design for stained glass window, 1932. Liss Llewellyn – Art, Faith and Modernity At Liverpool Cathedral until 30 August; then
The Good Samaritan, c. 1920, artist unknown. Keeping the Faith in Art: Hidden Gems go on Show by Lucy Lethbridge Art, Faith & Modernity
Karl Hagedorn (1889-1969), Self-portrait with Pipe, c.1915. The unforgettable art of the British WW1 soldier who might have been the Kaiser’s son By Lilias
Mary Adshead (1904-1995), Portrait of Marjorie Gertler, 1931. FIFTY FEMALE ARTISTS IN THE FRAME: GALLERY HOLDS EXHIBITION DEVOTED TO WORKS BY WOMEN IN THE
Hilda Carline (1889-1950), Portrait of Gilbert Spencer, c.1927. LISS LLEWELLYN are delighted to announce that we now represent the estate of Gilbert Spencer. Gilbert