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Buck and Reid's Gallery

In the late 1880s, the gallery seems to have specialized in the works of Jules Lessore, A. D. Peppercorn and the Barbizon School. In following years, they simply list “various watercolours in the season” in place of a detailed exhibition record in The Year’s Art. A notice in the Academy in 1885 commented that the firm was “well known from their long connection with the late firm of Messrs. Goupil.” (“New Prints,” Academy, 24 October 1885, 279.)

as521 Buck and Reids 179 New BondAddress: 179 New Bond St

Start Date: by 1885

End Date: 1891

Other Locations:
39 Duke-street (1892-at least 1898)

Selected exhibitions

Collection of M. Jules Lessore’s work (1885) (TYA 1886, 62)

Watercolours of Holland by Jules Lessore (1886) (TYA 1887, 76)

Landscapes by A. D. Peppercorn and A. Muhrman (1886) (TYA 1887, 76)

Watercolours of Holland by Jules Lessore (1887) (TYA 1888, 83)

Landscapes by A. D. Peppercorn and A. Muhrman (1887) (TYA 1888, 83)

A Collection of Pictures by Corot, Rousseau, Daubigny, M. Maris, J. Maris and others (1887) (TYA 1888, 83)

Unless otherwise noted, the documentation of a gallery’s start and end dates at a location is drawn from listings in The Year’s Art.

How to cite:
Pamela Fletcher and David Israel, London Gallery Project, 2007; Revised September 2012.

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