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Bruton Galleries

In addition to a long list of special exhibitions, the Bruton Galleries regularly noted a “Permanent Exhibition of Old and Modern Pictures of the French, Dutch, English, and Italian Schools” in The Year’s Art. (TYA 1907, 135.)

Address: 13 Bruton St

Start Date: by 1904

End Date: at least 1907

Selected exhibitions

Watercolours by Stephen Baghot de le Bere (January 1904) (TYA 1905, 128)

Statuettes by Courtenay Pollock (January and February 1904) (TYA 1905, 128)

Original Designs for Posters, etc., by Messers. Spottiswoode & Co., Ltd. (April 1904) (TYA 1905, 128)

Works by the late Aubrey Beardsley (April and May 1904) (TYA 1905, 128)

Modern Pictures received too late for Exhibition at Royal Academy (May and June 1904) (TYA 1905, 128)

Watercolour drawings by Dr. Edward A. Wilson, and Series of Photographs taken by Lieut.-Engineer R. S. Skelton, R.N., during voyage of Discovery to Antarctic Regions (November and December 1904) (TYA 1905, 128)

Black and White Drawings by Miss Jessie King (March 1905) (TYA 1906, 126)

Oil Paintings of Krakow, including “The Last Days of Rabbi Ben Ezra,” by Alfred A. Wolmark (April 1905) (TYA 1906, 126)

Exhibition of Stage Designs and Scenery by Edward Gordon Craig (June 1905) (TYA 1906, 126)

Annual Spring Exhibition of Modern Pictures (April and May 1906) (TYA 1907, 135)

Anglo-Florentine Paintings by Evelyn de Morgan (June 1906) (TYA 1907, 135)

For more exhibitions, see: “Exhibitions associated with: Bruton Galleries”
Exhibition Culture in London 1878-1908, University of Glasgow

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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