John Noott Galleries are now celebrating their 43rd year in Broadway. John Noott still buys and sells top quality British and European paintings from the Victoria era and has always specialised in Modern British paintings - the period post First World War up until the 1940's. John's current exhibition, 'The Art of World War II: A Personal Collection' can be seen at the Broadway Museum & Art Gallery until May 15th. For details please visit https://broadwaymuseum.org.uk/whats-on/. John's daughter Amanda heads the contemporary business and is busy with a full exhibition calendar for 2019 featuring contemporary paintings, sculpture, glass and ceramics.
The beautiful village of Broadway has long been associated with the art world and John Noott Galleries are proud to have been one of the very first commercial galleries to open here. The village has become synonymous with the word art and not just in recent years - the Broadway Colony of artists was established here in the 1880's and became the home of many favourite writers, actors and painters; John Singer Sargent painted his iconic 'Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose' over two summers here in the village. The next Broadway Arts Festival will be held in June 2020 and celebrates Broadway's artistic heritage. See www.broadwayartsfestival.com for full details.
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