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The Byam Shaw Summer Show 2016 Invite

Inviting tumblr to our first summer show! Representing 4 amazing artists in London. It will be a fantastic long weekend exhibition.

Byam Shaw Facebook Invite: 

Facebook.com/events/281099862244691/

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Inviting tumblr to Our First London Exhibition

I am honoured to be able to invite you all to our first Summer Exhibition. 40 paintings will be on display - a great bank holiday weekend.

my partner, Elizabeth Byam Shaw, myself and the rest of our team look forward to seeing you and are thrilled to be supporting the work of 4 emerging artists:

Rose Arbuthnott

Kerr Ashmore

Arthur Laidlaw

Paul West

The exhibition runs from the 30th July - 2nd August 2016, we are open every day from 9am - 9pm. 

The Old Brompton Gallery 

238 Old Brompton Road, Kensington, London. SW5 0DE

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Guinevere. Alfred Lord Tennyson. Illustrated by Byam Shaw. London: T.C. & E.C. Jack, 1906.

QUEEN GUINEVERE had fled the court, and sat 
There in the holy house at Almesbury
Weeping, none with her save a little maid, 
A novice: one low light betwixt them burn'd 
Blurred by the creeping mist, for all abroad, 
Beneath a moon unseen albeit at full, 
The white mist, like a face-cloth to the face,
Clung to the dead earth, and the land was still.

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We are recommended by Harpers Bazaar!

Over the moon to see our first summer show featured. It is a tribute to the hard work put towards this exhibition and the talented artists we represent.

http://www.harpersbazaar.co.uk/culture/going-out/news/g37017/what-to-do-in-london-this-week/

Come visit the show next weekend and see what the great emerging artists have to offer - Old Brompton Gallery, Kensington, London SW5 0DE

Curated By Frederick Ardley and Elizabeth Byam Shaw

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Byam Shaw’s illustration for Poe’s William Wilson in ‘Selected Tales of Mystery’ (London : Sidgwick & Jackson, 1909) on the frontispiece with caption ‘A masquerade in the palazzo of the Neapolitan Duke Di Broglio.’

“It was at Rome, during the Carnival of 18 – , that I attended a masquerade in the palazzo of the Neapolitan Duke Di Broglio. I had indulged more freely than usual in the excesses of the wine-table; and now the suffocating atmosphere of the crowded rooms irritated me beyond endurance.”