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  • Eve Arnold

    Eve Arnold was one of the 20th century’s foremost photographers and a pioneer of photojournalism, famously capturing Malcolm X and Marilyn Monroe.

    Eve Arnold

  • Frank Auerbach

    Frank Auerbach is one of Britain’s most revered figurative painters. His paintings include his wife and his lover and cityscapes close to his home in Camden Town, London.

    Frank Auerbach

  • Tauba Auerbach

    Tauba Auerbach is American artist who creates art about language and logic through the mediums of painting, drawing, photography and sculpture.

    Tauba Auerbach

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  • D*Face

    D*Face is an English multimedia street artist whose humorous and nihilistic artworks have made him one of the most prolific contemporary urban artists of his generation.

    D*Face

  • Sherree Valentine Daines

    Sherree Valentine Daines is a British impressionist painter known for her colourful paintings that capture the charm of British life.

    Sherree Valentine Daines

  • Salvador Dali

    Salvador Dalí is one of the greatest Spanish painters of all time and one of the most important figures in the history of the modern art movement.

    Salvador Dali

  • Edgar Degas

    With a career spanning over sixty years, Edgar Degas is regarded as one of the most diverse and provocative French artists of the 19th Century.

    Edgar Degas

  • Jim Dine

    American artist Jim Dine is considered among the most accomplished draftsmen of his generation, he is a talented painter, sculptor, printmaker and illustrator.

    Jim Dine

  • Dran

    Dran is an up-and-coming French artist, sometimes described as the “French Bansky”. He is indeed a protégé of the British...

    Dran

  • Raoul Dufy

    Raoul Dufy was a French Fauvist painter best known for depicting recreational scenes, such as horse races and regattas.

    Raoul Dufy

  • Jean Dufy

    Jean Dufy was a French impressionist painter known for painting colourful artworks of his beloved home of Paris.

    Jean Dufy

  • Bob Dylan

    Bob Dylan is an American musician, singer-songwriter, artist, and writer. His artwork comprises original watercolour, gouache paintings and limited edition prints, all of which evoke the stylistic hallmarks of his prose, poetry and music.

    Bob Dylan

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  • FAILE

    The FAILE collective are one of the most popular and recognisable international producers of street-displayed artwork in the world.

    FAILE

  • Lucian Freud

    Lucian Freud is widely regarded as the greatest painter of the human form during the late 20th and early 21st century.

    Lucian Freud

  • Sir Terry Frost

    Sir Terry Frost was one of the main protagonists in the hugely influential post-second world war group of artists, started painting while being held as a prisoner of war in Germany in 1943.

    Sir Terry Frost

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  • Richard Hamilton

    British painter and collage artist Richard Hamilton is regarded as one of the pioneers of the British Pop Art movement.

    Richard Hamilton

  • Keith Haring

    Keith Haring is one of the most respected and admired artists of the 20th century, he is known for his old graphic style that featured figures, dancers, hearts, lines of energy, and most famously, The Barking Dog.

    Keith Haring

  • Conor Harrington

    Conor Harrington is an Irish-born street artist known for his large-scale artworks that blend contemporary and historical references to tackle socio-political themes

    Conor Harrington

  • Patrick Heron

    Patrick Heron was a British painter, writer and designer known for his vibrant paintings, his most noteworthy artistic contribution was to the development of Abstract Art.

    Patrick Heron

  • Damien Hirst

    Damien Hirst is a creative visionary, his brand is as prolific as his artwork and he is arguably one the most successful and well-known artist in the world to date

    Damien Hirst

  • David Hockney

    David Hockney is one of Britain’s most popular and well-respected artists, having worked as a painter, draughtsman, printmaker, photographer and designer his versatility has aided his popularity.

    David Hockney

  • Jennifer Hogwood

    Jennifer Hogwood is a commercial artist known for her paintings of highland cows.

    Jennifer Hogwood

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  • Robert Indiana

    Robert Indiana is an American artist known for his famous Love and Number paintings, sculptures and statues, that marked him as one of the central figures of the American Pop Art movement.

    Robert Indiana

  • Invader

    Invader, or Space Invader as he is also known, is considered a pioneer of street art.

    Invader

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  • JR

    JR is a French street artist whose highly political large-scale street art projects have made him one of the world’s most visible contemporary artists.

    JR

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  • Wassily Kandinsky

    Wassily Kandinsky, is regarded as the pioneer of abstract art and is regarded as one of the worlds most respected artists.

    Wassily Kandinsky

  • Anish Kapoor

    Turner Prize winner Anish Kapoor has created sculptures and installations which have been displayed around the globe and is currently one of the world's most sought after artists.

    Anish Kapoor

  • Alex Katz

    Alex Katz, born to Russian immigrants on July 24, 1927 in Brooklyn, is an American figurative artist known for his...

    Alex Katz

  • KAWS

    Brian Donnelly, aka KAWS, is a Brooklyn based artist and designer known for his paintings and prints that feature subverted versions of highly iconic pop culture symbols

    KAWS

  • Jeff Koons

    Jeff Koons is an American neo-pop artist who is known for his bold paintings and sculptures.

    Jeff Koons

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  • David Lachapelle

    David LaChapelle is an American photographer and filmmaker who has worked in fashion, advertising and fine art. LaChapelle is one of the few photographers to have made the transition from celebrity photography to contemporary art.

    David Lachapelle

  • Miss Led

    Miss Led is an artist and illustrator who lives and works in East London. Obsessed with clean lines, curvature and arresting portraiture, she is perpetually evolving in the exploration of drawn and painted imagery.

    Miss Led

  • Chris Levine

    British artist Chris Levine has been part of art world royalty since he created a series of photographic portrait prints of Her Majesty the Queen in 2004.

    Chris Levine

  • Roy Lichtenstein

    Roy Lichtenstein was a leading figure in the American Pop Art movement. His bright, graphic works that parody American popular culture made him one of the world's most famous pop artists.

    Roy Lichtenstein

  • L S Lowry

    L.S. Lowry is a much-loved British painter known for pictures that capture urban life in the industrial north of England during the 1920s.

    L S Lowry

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  • Edouard Manet

    French artist Edouard Manet is regarded as one of the most influential painters in history. As one of the first...

    Edouard Manet

  • Henri Matisse

    Henri Matisse was a 19th Century French painter, draftsman, sculptor and printmaker, today he is known as one of the leading figures in modern art.

    Henri Matisse

  • Barry McGee

    Barry McGee is a much respected cult figure in a bi-coastal subculture that comprises of skaters, graffiti artists and West Coast surfers. His style of bold graphic lines and strong colours is one of the most recognisable in street art.

    Barry McGee

  • Antony Micallef

    Antony Micallef is an English contemporary artist and painter known for his oil and charcoal pieces that critique contemporary popular culture.

    Antony Micallef

  • Harland Miller

    Harland Miller is a British writer and artist best known for producing a series of paintings based on Penguin book covers.

    Harland Miller

  • Joan Miró

    Joan Miró was a Spanish surrealist painter and sculptor, thought to have significantly influenced late 20th-century art, in particular the American abstract expressionist movement.

    Joan Miró

  • Henry Moore

    Henry Moore is regarded as Britain’s most important sculptors of the 20th century, his sculptures can be found in sculpture parks and public spaces around the UK.

    Henry Moore

  • Robert Motherwell

    American artist Robert Motherwell was the youngest of the infamous New York Abstract Expressionist movement, which included Jackson Pollock, his paintings, lithographs, collages and prints made him one of the most influential artists of the 1940s.

    Robert Motherwell

  • Nuala Mulligan

    Drawing upon her love of the camera, and the relationship between the camera and the model, Nuala Mulligan creates bold...

    Nuala Mulligan

  • Takashi Murakami

    Japanese artist, Takashi Murakami, is one of the world’s most prolific artists, successfully blurring the lines between high art and low culture, East and West, and past and present.

    Takashi Murakami

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  • Terry O'Neill

    Renowned celebrity photographer Terry O’Neill was one of the first to capture the ‘beautiful people’ of 60s London. Nearly always shooting in black and white he's captured the likes of Amy Winehouse, David Bowie, Nelson Mandela, Mohammed Ali and Kate Moss.

    Terry O'Neill

  • Shepard Fairey / OBEY

    Shepard Fairey is an American street artist and designer known for creating the OBEY street art campaign and most recently the iconic HOPE poster for the 2008 Barack Obama presidential campaign.

    Shepard Fairey / OBEY

  • Chris Ofili

    Turner-prize winning painter Chris Ofili is one of Britain’s most revered and diverse artists.

    Chris Ofili

  • Julian Opie

    Julian Opie is one of the leading figures in computerised art, he draws inspiration from billboard signs, 18th Century portraiture, popular comics and Japanese woodblock prints.

    Julian Opie

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  • José Parlá

    José Parlá is an American artist, most known for his very large-scale seemingly abstract paintings— but he has a wide range of practice from installations, video, sculpture, photography and works on paper.

    José Parlá

  • Pejac

    Spanish artist Pejac, also known as Silvestre Santiago, was born in 1977 in Santander, Cantabria, located on the North coast...

    Pejac

  • Fabian Perez

    Fabian Perez is an Argentinean born artist with an eye for beauty.

    Growing up surrounded by the women from his father’s...

    Fabian Perez

  • Grayson Perry

    Turner prize-winning artist Grayson Perry produces vases, tapestries, paintings, etchings and limited edition prints that explore a variety of historical and contemporary themes.

    Grayson Perry

  • Ben Phillips

    Ben Phillips creates mixed media art pieces inspired, predominantly, by the vibrant metropolis of London.

    Ben Phillips

  • Pablo Picasso

    Pablo Picasso was a Spanish artist who transformed modern art. A painter, sculptor, etcher, lithographer, ceramist and designer, he is regarded as one of the most influential artists of the 20th century.

    Pablo Picasso

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  • Marc Quinn

    Controversial British artist Marc Quinn's work takes on a variety of forms including painting, drawing, photography and installation, he is one of the founding figures of the 1990s British contemporary art movement.

    Marc Quinn

  • Lorenzo Quinn

    Lorenzo Quinn is regarded as one of the worlds leading contemporary sculptors.

    Lorenzo Quinn

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  • Mel Ramos

    Mel Ramos is known for his figurative paintings and limited edition prints and posters that combine nude pin-up girls from American magazines with branded products.

    Mel Ramos

  • Blek Le Rat

    Influenced by the early graffiti art of New York City, Blek Le Rat is credited with being the inventor of the life-sized stencil in urban art.

    Blek Le Rat

  • Man Ray

    American modern artist Man Ray’s artwork, whether painting, sculpture or photography, continues to influence today’s contemporary artists, situating him as one of the modern art worlds pioneers.

    Man Ray

  • Pierre Auguste Renoir

    Pierre Auguste Renoir was one of the central figures of the Impressionist movement, his paintings have become some of the most iconic of the 20th century and hang in the most important galleries on every continent.

    Pierre Auguste Renoir

  • Retna

    American born graffiti artist Retna is known for his complex and beautiful artworks that began popping up on the streets...

    Retna

  • Gerhard Richter

    Richter was one of the pioneers of the New European Painting movement, which emerged in the second half of the 20th Century, influenced by many artists he has painted in many styles during his career producing both abstract and photorealistic paintings.

    Gerhard Richter

  • Bridget Riley

    Bridget Louise Riley is a British artist and one of the foremost exponents of Op Art. Having defined a generation with her paintings and limited edition prints, Riley is still one of Britain’s most revered artists.

    Bridget Riley

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  • Ringo Starr

    Ringo Starr shot to fame as a member of iconic pop group The Beatles, but Ringo has also been creating paintings for many years. Compared often to Andy Warhol and Keith Haring, Ringo’s “pop art” has captured the feel and spirit of the colourful, modern age.

    Ringo Starr

  • Stik

    Stik keeps the details of his identity secret, but will say that he never went to art school and spent...

    Stik

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  • Mario Testino

    Mario Testino is regarded as one of the greatest fashion and magazine photographers of all time, his exquisitely styled portraits have captured celebrities such as Madonna, Kate Moss and Diana, Princess of Wales.

    Mario Testino

  • Henri Toulouse-Lautrec

    Henri Toulouse-Lautrec is one of the world’s most respected French Neo-Impressionists, and along with Gustav Klimt, one of the key figures in the Art Nouveau movement.

    Henri Toulouse-Lautrec

  • Gavin Turk

    Gavin Turk is a British sculptor and photographer who came to prominence in the 1990s as one of the infamous Young British Artists.

    Gavin Turk

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  • Jack Vettriano

    Self-taught Scottish artist Jack Vettriano experimented with different styles of painting before creating his classic film noir style artwork. Now, Vettriano’s paintings can be found in private, corporate and public collections around the world.

    Jack Vettriano

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  • HRH Prince of Wales

    HRH Charles, Prince of Wales is a landscape painter. Using watercolours to capture scenes from Balmoral, Sandringham, Highgrove and further afield, the paintings are rarely for sale and all proceeds go directly to the Prince of Wales Charitable Foundation.

    HRH Prince of Wales

  • Nick Walker

    Nick Walker is one of the world’s best-known street artists emerging from the infamous and groundbreaking Bristol graffiti scene of the early 1980s.

    Nick Walker

  • Andy Warhol

    Andy Warhol (born Andrew Warhola in 1928) is the undisputed King of the Pop Art Movement. His prints are more popular than ever, and have become some of the most favoured artworks on the market.

    Andy Warhol

  • Tom Wesselmann

    Tom Wesselmann is an American pop artist, using intense colours and tight, formal composition and incorporated imagery from magazines and advertisements he was one of the foremost artists of his time.

    Tom Wesselmann

  • Kieron Williamson

    Kieron Williamson is a watercolour artist from Norfolk, England. His original artwork is highly sought after, with a reported waiting list of over 7,000 people.

    Kieron Williamson

  • Christopher Wool

    Christopher Wool is regarded as one of the most important contemporary painters today. He is known for the stark, expressive power of his paintings.

    Christopher Wool

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  • Russell Young

    Currently England’s most successful contemporary artist, Russell Young has an illustrious collector base including David Hockney, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, David Bowie and President Barack Obama.

    Russell Young