Henry Miller Fine Art is back – and is permitted to stay open when London moves into Tier 3 restrictions on 16th December.

Finally, after a year of not being able to exhibit in central London, Henry Miller Fine Art is back at the Coningsby Gallery in Fitzrovia, with its first show of 2020. Please note that as this gallery is classified as non-essential retail, Henry Miller Fine Art’s new show at the Coningsby Gallery is permitted to stay open when London moves into Tier 3 restrictions on 16th December.

Featuring lots of new acquisitions, still focusing on the male form, our personal highlights from the show include a superb male nude by Irish artist Patrick Hennessy and a full set of David Hockney etchings from the 1966 Cavafy series, both of which need to be seen in the flesh!

Also, for the occasion, Henry Miller has produced a catalogue of works priced at £1,000 and under, making for affordable and unique Christmas presents (either for that special someone… or for yourself!), from 19th Century drawings to 1960’s physique pictorial photographs and contemporary paintings and more.

The exhibition runs from 14 to 20 December and while, for obvious reasons, there will be no private view, the gallery will be open daily from 11am to 6.30pm (5pm on Sunday) making it easier to pop in after work.

‘Henry Miller Fine Art. Focusing on the Male Form’ from 14-20 December 2020 at The Coningsby Gallery, 30 Tottenham Street, London W1T 4RJ.

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