Lullo • Pampoulides are pleased to announce that this event on October 7th, 2020 will inaugurate their new gallery and first exhibition within it on the ground floor of 6 Hill Street in Mayfair. For their opening exhibition they will present a selection of works from the 16th to the 20th centuries, with a strong focus on portraiture. The art of the past - and intimate portraits, in particular - often tells profound and important stories that have the power to put difficult times such as the ones we are experiencing now into perspective.
Please note that this event has now passed.
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Main image: Francesco Paolo Michetti (1851 – 1929), Aligi, study from the Daughter of Jorio, c. 1888-1895, Pastel and mixed media on paper; in its original frame and mount, 70 × 50 cm. Provenance: Luciano De Feo (Rome, June 24, 1894 - Rome, June 29, 1974); and by descent, until acquired in 2019.
On the right: Claude Dejoux (1732 – 1816), Saint Sebastian, c.1778-9, Terracotta, 35.2 cm. high, overall. Provenance: French art market, 2017; Private collection, Europe.