Piano Nobile
A Kensington Collection

Holland Park 20 June - 20 August 2013

Piano Nobile works with several artist's estates and collections, both public and private. We are pleased to bring to the market, to be sold as a group or individually, the highlights from a private Kensington collection. Acquired over the last decade, it provides a rare opportunity to purchase the very best quality works by the artists represented, often from what are widely considered their most significant periods.


This collection was developed in close collaboration with the gallery. It begins at the very start of the 20th century, with Sickert's Dieppe street scene, balanced by Spencer Gore's London, viewed from a Hampstead window, through to a classic Matthew Smith Still-life of Tulips, to Terry Frost's post-war St Ives abstraction or the powerful realism of Peter Coker, Cyril Mann and Kyffin Williams.


The gallery is always happy to work with individuals and institutions who want strategic and experienced advice in developing or dispersing their art collections.