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futtock21 wrote a review Jan 2018
London, United Kingdom9,842 contributions1,219 helpful votes
Part of the creme de la creme of the London art world, Agnews dates back to 1817 Manchester although it did not land in London until 1860. Its website boasts its role in selling iconic works of art such as the Rokeby Venus to the National Gallery in 1906. Bought by one Lord Anthony Crichton-Stuart a decade or so ago it has extended its remit from Old Master and 19th century paintings into the 20th century although I see no David Hockney or Bridget Riley on its website let alone the urban gunge that is Pure Evil and Mavis Hairspray. All very correct, upper crust and on view not just in West End London but also at international art fairs around the world giving Lord Anthony and his ilk an excuse for expense-paid foreign travel with other old masters.
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