Stephen Ongpin Fine Art

A Sense of Place: Landscapes of the 19th and 20th Centuries

Hosted by: Stephen Ongpin Fine Art


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Past Exhibition Information

June 30, 2021 - July 11, 2021

Wing Gallery


Stephen Ongpin Fine Art

Press Release

Spanning movements from the Barbizon School through Impressionism to Post-Impressionism and beyond, A Sense of Place includes nearly fifty landscape drawings, watercolours and oil sketches dating from c.1820 to c.1960.

Drawings included are by such artists as Frank Auerbach, David Bomberg, Eugène Boudin, Paul Cézanne, Lucian Freud, Gluck, Tristram Hillier, Victor Hugo, Paul Klee, Henri Le Sidaner, Arthur Melville, Jean-François Millet, John Minton, Samuel Palmer, Hippolyte Petitjean, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Alan Reynolds, Walter Sickert, and many others. The exhibition is accompanied by a 220-page, fully illustrated scholarly catalogue.

Concurrently with the Cromwell Place exhibition, Stephen Ongpin Fine Art is also mounting their 15th annual Master Drawings exhibition, including a selection of Old Master, 19th and 20th Century drawings, at their gallery in St. James’s. Their newly designed website, www.stephenongpin.com, will feature both A Sense of Place and Master Drawings 2021 in fully interactive virtual reality. Going forward, all of the gallery’s exhibitions will include features such as videos dedicated to individual works, full information sheets and condition reports, framed images as well as scholarly catalogues directly accessible online.

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Stephen Ongpin Fine Art

Stephen Ongpin Fine Art

Stephen Ongpin has over thirty years of experience as a dealer in Old Master, 19th century and Modern drawings. He began his career at the famous art dealership of P. & D. Colnaghi in 1986, working at the firm’s New York branch for ten years before moving to the London gallery in 1996. Working in the drawings department of Colnaghi, Stephen was responsible for researching, writing and editing the gallery’s annual catalogues of Master Drawings. In 2001 he helped to establish Jean-Luc Baroni Ltd. in London, assuming responsibility for the new firm’s drawing department and organizing their successful drawings exhibitions.

Since 2006, Stephen has worked independently as a private dealer in the field of Old Master, 19th Century and Modern drawings. In December 2007 he opened a gallery in St. James’s in London. He mounts annual exhibitions of Master Drawings in both London and New York, and issues regular catalogues. In addition, the gallery participates in art fairs in London, Maastricht, Paris and New York. Among its clients, Stephen Ongpin Fine Art counts private collectors in the UK, Europe, Asia and the Americas, as well as over fifty international museums.

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