|The Osborne Studio Gallery was for me a great discovery during my last visit to London, the gallery has some of the finest Thoroughbred art that I have seen.|
While many things have been cancelled the good people at the Osbourne Studio Gallery have brought their exhibitions online and they are well worth a look during this period of lockdowns and closures.
Remember, Art can shed light and give us hope, as Hockney has demonstrated in his recent unveiling of his painting titled, ‘Do remember that they can’t cancel the Spring!‘ David Hockney.
In light of the current circumstances, all upcoming exhibitions will now be available to view ONLINE.
To view the full collection of works, e-catalogue and price list, please visit www.osg.uk.com. The gallery will be open by appointment only.
The much anticipated exhibition of works by ELIE LAMBERT is now LIVE online until 9th April.
Due to the current difficult circumstances, OSG are happy to offer a delivery service of any purchased paintings to your home within the UK and arrangements can be made for international shipping.
Purchases will be kept safely and fully insured in the gallery until they are in a position to dispatch them.
Elie Lambert was born in Brussels on 25 April 1949. His mother managed a brasserie with his stepfather, a light-weight boxing champion.
Educated at the Charles Bulls High School, Boitsfort, to the frustration of his teachers Lambert spent more time drawing and painting at the Brussels Art Academy, and training and riding bloodstock on the racecourses of Boitsfort, Groenendael and Sterrebeek, than studying in the classroom.
Learning to ride at very early age, Elie was drawn to horses, and introduced to the racing world and Belgian jockey club (along with Baron Crahay) by the Vicomtesse d’Hendecourt.
After a brief spell in the Navy, he travelled the world, ending up working in Washington DC as a horse trainer. It was here that Elie’s 28 year career as a racing journalist for the Paris Turf commenced, after a chance meeting with Jean Fagu, the publications chief editor.
Elie has lived in Newmarket, Chantilly and Deauville, and now resides in Bonneville, near the stud farm of Baron Edouard de Rothschild, the Haras de Meautry.
A great admirer of Jack Butler Yeats and Pablo Picasso, Elie’s artistic output has been prolific – he has produced art throughout his life, and has never been far from paintbrushes and a sketchpad. Since 2006 his works have been sold at Christie’s, and have become increasingly sought after and prominent on the art market.
Osborne Studio Gallery
The Osborne Studio Gallery was opened by the Princess Royal in March 1986, in Floral Street, Covent Garden.
It was named after the well-known sculptor James Osborne, who played an integral role in the founding and running of the Gallery, until his untimely death in 1992. The Gallery has been firmly established for the last 14 years in Motcomb Street, SW1 where it hosts a changing programme of exhibitions each year, complimenting its large and varied stock.
The Osborne Studio Gallery specialises in sporting paintings and bronzes by leading contemporary artists, with an emphasis on horse racing, and has additionally branched out over the years to handle the works of many respected landscape and figurative painters. The Gallery has always sought to promote artists of the greatest talent, in particular those whose work appears to be impervious to fashion.
Upon request, the Osborne Studio Gallery would be delighted to send out catalogues for forthcoming or current shows, and a warm invitation is extended to come and visit the Gallery in the heart of Belgravia, central London.