Thank you to Anna Razumovskaya!
We welcomed International Romantic Figurative Artist Anna Razumovskaya to the heart of Hertfordshire to begin her exclusive UK tour. This was a huge accolade for the gallery to represent Anna’s new collection at a champagne reception accompanied by live classical music and had an incredible turn out for a cold and wet Wednesday evening.

With a beautiful range of pastels, oils, exclusive limited editions and her new gold leaf originals it was a spectacular range of work seen for the first time here in the UK. Anna has been described as a romantic realist and her work embodies the beauty and grace of the female form. Inspired by music, lyrics, dance and fashion Anna’s work attracted a huge turn out on the night and she was touched to be welcomed into the gallery full of people eager to meet her.

We would like to thank all of those who attended the evening. Anna’s work remains in the gallery so please do pay a visit to Baldock to be inspired by this beautiful Russian artist.

Coming soon to Gallery 1066, Jack Vettriano

We are delighted, proud and excited to announce the addition of Britain’s most iconic living artist to our portfolio – Jack Vettriano a household name.  His celebrated figurative works have won him a formidable international reputation and this self-taught artist has got us ‘on tender hooks’ waiting to see the highly anticipated new collection, watch this space!

NEW ARTIST: Keith Athay

We are delighted to present the extraordinarily beautiful art of Keith Athay.

Keith is a fascinating character; from camping under the stars to foraging for wild food and making music on a mountain dulcimer, his chosen lifestyle is anything but tame, yet it gives him an inner peace which comes across in his ethereal harbour scenes.
With his incredibly innocent and charming seascapes he invites us into his vision of unusual prospective on life and his play on space and medium. His work is sensitive in its approach and like Keith who is truly a unique he lives in a Yurt ‘off the grid’ in Somerset.
Utilising a wide range of materials including pen and ink, wood stain, acrylics and varnishes alongside such materials as vintage maps, old books or sheet music, Keith creates luminous mixed media works which radiate colour and light.  Keith wants the viewer to feel sensitivity, contemplation, peace and stillness from his paintings.