Marlborough Fine Art is pleased to present an online – only exhibition of works by Frank Auerbach, Lucian Freud, Ken Kiff, Celia Paul and Paula Rego, all of whom currently feature in the exhibition Studio Prints: A Survey

View artworks by Frank Auerbach, Lucian Freud, Ken Kiff, Leon Kossoff, Celia Paul and Paula Rego. The works span a period of over twenty years and celebrate Studio Prints as a distinctive and vital printmaking workshop.


Works by Frank Auerbach and Alberto Giacometti are on display at Marlborough’s stand N211, explore the energetic and intense output of two towering figures in post-war art.

8 -11 November 2018

VIP: 7 November 2018

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Nina Murdoch’s new series of works have a depth and quality that resonate light and atmosphere in dramatic and hypnotic visions. The exhibition brings together 16 new large-scale egg tempera and gesso paintings alongside a group of pastel studies.

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Maggi Hambling’s incisive portraits are both economic and visceral, serious and witty, cutting to the quick of the human condition.

The show is on view 23 October-29 November.

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Marlborough Graphics is pleased to present an online-only exhibition of etchings and monotype prints by Maggi Hambling to coincide with her show New Portraits in Gallery 3.

Marlborough Fine Art is pleased to present an exhibition tracing the development of post-war British art from the 1950s -1990s.

4 -7 October 2018

VIP: 3 October 2018

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Artworks in the exhibition span the last three decades of Paula Rego’s career and comprises approximately fifty to sixty pieces, giving rare insight into her draughtsmanship and inventiveness.

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A selection of unique hand-coloured lithographs and etchings by Paula Rego to correspond with her exhibition Paula Rego: From Mind to Hand

Joe Tilson’s preparatory drawings for the Royal Academy’s 250th anniversary commemoration flags. These works on paper depict details from Tilson’s The Stones of Venice series which combines images from church facades, geometric patterns on stone flooring, and written inscriptions.