Belgrave Gallery focusses on Post-War British and Contemporary Art, including Urban Art. The Gallery opened in 1974 in Belgravia, London and in 1998 a second gallery opened in St Ives, Cornwall.

The London base is now an office that can be contacted for general enquiries and viewings of specific works by appointment.

The St Ives gallery is the principal gallery with exhibition spaces in two adjacent buildings. It shows work by artists associated with Cornwall from the 1930s to the present day, as well as work by Modern British and Post-War artists. In addition, the gallery has begun to specialise in International Urban Art.

A programme of one-person and themed exhibitions is held throughout the year.

Opening Times:

November to March: 10 – 1pm / 2 – 5.30pm
April to October: 10 – 1pm / 2 – 6.00pm

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  1. I was wondering if you ever consider looking at new cornish painting?
    I live on the Rame Peninsula, Cornwall, and graduated in 2002 from Falmouth College of Art.
    I have been selling work since the degree show, most recently through my Open studio event here.
    If you are interested in seeing some work, I can send some in an e mail, or bring some down, if you like?
    I have a web site too.

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