Cawdell Douglas - Strategic Arts Consultancy

Clients


  • BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair

    The Duke of York Square, off Sloane Square, London SW3 The BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair is the major showcase for 100 members of the British Antique Dealers’ Association. Conveniently situated in Chelsea, the BADA Fair takes place in one of London's most exclusive commercial and residential areas & provides a unique forum in which to buy art & antiques. There is an enormous variety of exhibits for sale including English furniture, paintings & textiles, clocks, glass & ceramics, silver & jewellery.

  • Bowman Sculpture

  • Catto Gallery

    Catto Gallery has been established since 1986 and has grown to become one of the most prestigious fine art galleries in London specialising in the best of contemporary art across all mediums.

  • Charles Ede limited

    Charles Ede Limited

    20 Brook Street, London, W1K 5DE Established in 1971, Charles Ede Limited deals in Classical and pre-Classical Antiquities from Greece, Egypt, Italy, Cyprus and the Near East.

  • CUE Art Foundation

    CUE Art Foundation is a non-profit arts organization dedicated to promoting culture by supporting the creativity of under-recognized visual artists.

  • Encounter Fine Art

    Encounter Fine Art's aim is to demystify the process of acquiring high quality, unique works of art. Mediating between artist and audience they create dynamic digital and physical market spaces, offering clients a premium commercial and curatorial solution from start to finish. Fundamentally promoting art's value beyond the financial they are a critical arbiter of the contemporary serving both artist, and collector.

  • Fine Art Commissions

    Fine Art Commissions is primarily a commissioning gallery for portrait painters. Based in St James’s they have established themselves as Europe’s Leading Portrait Agency. The company offers unrivalled professional guidance to clients looking to commission portraits and other bespoke works of art. They represent over 40 artists on their books who work in a variety of media and have been chosen for their individual and consistent styles.

  • Forum d'Avignon

     The Forum d’Avignon is an independent, international think tank that aims to break down the barriers between culture and the economy and propose new ideas and solutions at global, European and local levels. Founded in 2008, it brings together some 450 leading figures from major international private companies and the public sector as well as, among others, artists, architects, philosophers, musicians and students. The fifth edition of the Forum will be held in the Palais des Papes in the southern French city ofAvignon.

  • Francesca Galloway

    Francesca Galloway is well known internationally for her expertise, taste and integrity in the field of Indian miniatures and courtly objects. She is also a specialist of Islamic and European textiles.In the early 1970s Francesca worked in Rome for Christie's before joining Spink & Son at the height of the Persian art boom in 1976. She became a director and co-authored a number of seminal exhibitions on Islamic art, Indian painting and textiles until she set up her own business in 1992.

  • Haughton International Fairs

    Haughton International Fairs were inaugurated in 1982 with The International Ceramics Fair & Seminar.The compnay runs international art fairs including Art Antiques London which incorporates The International Ceramics Fair and Seminar, and The International Fine Art & Antique Dealers Show Both fairs are recognised the world over as two of the premier showcases for exceptional quality works of art from antiquity to the present day.

  • Helaine Blumenfeld in her Studio © The Independent New Review Magazine

    Helaine Blumenfeld OBE

    Helaine Blumenfeld is an internationally acclaimed sculptor. A favoured pupil of Ossip Zadkine, her work has been hailed by the Financial Times as ‘The Henry Moore’s of the future’. In 2011 Blumenfeld  was awarded an honourary OBE. Helaine’s most recent commissions include the focal sculpture for Londons landmark architectural project The Lancasters overlooking Hyde Park which was installed in 2012. A major retrospective of Helaines work recently took place at Salisbury Cathedral.

  • Hugo Grenville

     Hugo Grenville was born in 1958.After leaving school, he travelled the Hippy Trail to India, ran out of money and joined the Coldstream guards, where he served as an officer in, amongst other places, Northern Ireland during the troubles and Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) during the Civil War. He took the decision to paint full-time in 1989, and  since then he has held 14 one man shows with Messum’s in Cork Street and Wally Findlay International in New York and Palm Beach.

  • John Bratby Jean with Teddy Bear 1954 oil on board 29" x 29"

    Julian Hartnoll

    Julian Hartnoll been specialising in Victorian and Modern British Art since 1968. He is an expert on PreRaphaelite and Kitchen Sink art and also offers a personal selection of Contemporary Art as part of his continually changing gallery display. The gallery also holds a large collection of French Fabric Designs from 1930-60. These can be seen by appointment and the gallery will be devoted to a selection at least twice a year.

  • Mallett

    Mallett is one of the oldest established antiques dealers in the world, specialising in the finest works of art, primarily from the 18th century and Regency periods. For over 100 years Mallett has been sourcing important antiques for private collectors and great museums.The business was founded in 1865 in Bath by John Mallett and was carried on by his son Walter Mallett. Located on New Bond Street, London, for many year before moving to Ely House on Dover Street in 2012. In 2003 the business opened another showrooms on Madison Avenue, New York.

  • Offer Waterman & Co

    Offer Waterman & Co

    11 Langton Street, Chelsea, London SW10 0JL

    Offer Waterman & Co deals in Modern British Art. The gallery in Chelsea aims to provide the very best of 20th century British paintings, drawings and sculptures and is always looking to acquire important work. It also advises on insurance and probate valuations, research, conservation, framing and placement of art.

  • Paris Tableau

    Paris TableauThe International Fair for Old Master Paintings Over twenty prestigious galleries from Paris, Rome, Madrid, London, Zurich, Amsterdam and New York gather together in the renowned Palais de la Bourse for Paris Tableau.Dedicated to Old Master paintings dating from the Middle Ages to the 19th century, the Fair has deliberately limited number of exhibitors and dedicated to one particular area of art to allow for a greater coherence of works; carefully chosen masterpieces with high regard for quality, condition and provenance, aimed to attract the serious collector. 

  • TEFAF The European Fine Art Fair Maastricht

    TEFAF Maastricht is regarded as the world’s leading art fair, setting the standard for excellence in the art market. Presenting 260 of the world’s leading galleries from 20 countries, TEFAF Maastricht is a continuously evolving showcase for the best works of art currently on the market. In addition to the traditional areas of Old Master Paintings and antique Works of Art, you can see and buy at TEFAF Maastricht a wide variety of Classical Modern and Contemporary Art, as well as Jewellery, 20th Century Design, and Works on Paper.

  • The Florence International Antiques Fair

    The Florence International Antiques Fair

    Palazzo Corsini, Lungarno Corsini, Florence, Italy.

    The Florence Biennale was conceived in 1959 by Luigi Bellini and takes place every other year in September in the Palazzo Corsini. It was originally held in the Palazzo Strozzi but moved to Palazzo Corsini in 1997. Approximately 90 antique internationally-renown dealers offer a wide range of schools and styles from every period and provenance.

  • The Soho Clarion

    Cawdell Douglas has taken over the editorship of the Soho Clarion, the voice of The Soho Society.  The Soho Clarion is a quarterly magazine that is posted to all the members of The Soho Society and is  distributed  to outlets locally. The Soho Society was founded in 1972 to protect the interests of residents and businesses in Soho. 

  • The Weiss Gallery

    The Weiss Gallery

    59 Jermyn Street, London, SW1Y 6LX

    The Weiss Gallery was founded by Mark Weiss in 1985 in Albemarle Street before moving a few years ago to Jermyn Street. Mark Weiss has more than 35 years of experience in the art trade and is acknowledged as a leading authority on early British portraiture and Old Master paintings. The Gallery is renowned for dealing in the finest examples of Tudor, Stuart and North European Old Master portraiture and is a member of the Society of London Art Dealers.

  • Trinity Fine Art Ltd

    Trinity Fine Art Ltd was established in 1984 in London and Milan as an art consultancy specialising mainly in European sculpture and works of art, Old Master drawings and paintings. As leading dealers in mainly Italian scuplture and works of art from the renaissance to the nineteenth century, Trinity Fine Art sells frequently to museums and collectors internationally in a wide range of specialities.

  • Vanderven Oriental Art

    Vanderven Oriental Art is one of the worlds leading international dealers in Asian art with an emphasis on Chinese export porcelain, Chinese porcelain made in the Chinese taste dating from the 17th and 18th century, Han and Tang terracotta sculptures, Chinese bronzes and lacquer ware,  'Japon de Commande' objects and Chinese Export Silver and works of art.Vanderven Oriental Art is based in the medieval town centre of 's-Hertogenbosch in the south of The Netherlands.

  • Whitfield Fine Art

    Whitfield Fine Art

    23 Dering Street, London W1S 1AW

    Whitfield Fine Art is one of the world’s leading specialists in Old Master paintings. It was founded in 1979 by Clovis Whitfield, a dealer and art historian who has identified several previously lost works by Baroque and Renaissance painters in recent years. He has lectured and published extensively. The gallery’s recent move to new 2,000 sq ft premises in Mayfair has provided it with improved exhibition space.