Current Exhibition - Summer Show - 24 June - 22 July 2016

This show features new, exciting and diverse work by fifteen of our Gallery Artists.

Artists include - Joanna Carrington, Joe Fan, Vanessa Gardiner, Anthony Garratt, Delphine Hogarth, David Klein, Fiona McAlpine, Christine McArthur, Jennifer McRae, Eleri Mills, Carey Mortimer, Lewis Noble, Ann Oram, Matthew Snowden & Ethel Walker.

Summer Show of living British Artists represented by the Thackeray Gallery in Kensington and Chelsea

Another Portrait by Jennifer McRae unveiled at the National Portrait Gallery, London - July 2016

This new portrait is of Baroness Dame Gail Rebuck, chair of Penguin Random House UK.

When the National Portrait Gallery asked me if I would sit for a portrait, I was both amazed and humbled by the honour. It was the beginning of a fascinating journey, including the first question they put to me: 'how do you see yourself?' which left me unusually speechless. But when I met Jennifer McRae, I knew immediately that here was a woman of dedicated vision and ability and I trusted her immediately.

National Portrait Gallery commission, Jennifer McRae, Thackeray Gallery

We are Specialists in Contemporary Living British Artists – since 1968

We are a London Art Gallery based in Kensington’s Thackeray Street. We have built an international reputation for representing and promoting some of the most exciting British artists working today. Next to the delightful Kensington Square, we are a local hidden gem of eclectic, one off shops and restaurants. We have been in this location since the Gallery was founded in 1968 – a stunning space with a warm feel – and have become a local destination over the years.

Thackeray Gallery has been a Member of The Society of London Art Dealers since 1994.

Thackeray Gallery in Kensington & Chelsea

NEXT SOLO SHOW - Jennifer McRae - Hinterland - 13 - 30 September 2016

Hinterland - The Landscape behind the Mind.

'As a painter, the freedom to create one's own private world is an extremely privileged experience. A possible escapism but the totems are from reality, the observation in real time portraying experiences and contemporary places travelled to'

Jennifer McRae, oil on linen, Thackeray Gallery