41 Dover street, W1S 4NS, London
020 7637 1225
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http://richardsaltoun.com

Richard Saltoun Gallery

Founded in 2012, Richard Saltoun Gallery is based in Mayfair, London. The gallery specialises in contemporary art, with an emphasis on Feminist, Conceptual and Performance artists from the 1960s onwards. It is guided by a strong focus on rediscovering the work of important yet underrecognized artists through presentations at its central location on Dover Street, a series of online exhibitions and participation in art fairs around the world. Since its inception, Richard Saltoun Gallery has been driven by an interest in serving a wider purpose and is now widely recognised for its critically and socially-engaged programme. In 2019, the gallery launched a year-long initiative titled 100% Women that aimed to address gender inequality in the art world. It is now a leader in its representation of female artists, from avant-garde pioneers of the 1960s and ‘70s, supported through extensive research, partnerships and solo presentations at the gallery and online.

Works

Francis Picabia
Janela do Caos, 1949 6 loose colour lithographs in red and 6 black and white lithographs included in the text, all signed in the plate and printed on d'Auvergne paper. Published by Imprimerie Union, Paris. Texts by Mendes. 25 x 32.5 cm Edition 31 of 220
Francis Picabia
Contre l'embarras, 1924 Signed and dated lower right: "Francis Picabia 1924" Inscribed lower left: "Contre l'embarras / de mon coeur qui a brisé la glace" Watercolor and pencil on paper Sheet: 33 x 25.4 cm
Greta Schödl
Untitled, c. 1980 Signed on the reverse Watercolour, pencil, gold leaf and ink on paper 46 x 30 cm
Greta Schödl
Untitled, 1978 Mixed media on paper 50 x 29 cm
Francis Picabia
Untitled (Visage du Femme), 1952 Signed and numbered on the front Lithograph Sheet: 36 x 26 cm Framed: 38 x 28 cm Edition 25 of 30
Greta Schödl
Untitled, 1990 c. Signed on front and on verso Gold leaf on canvas, with mixed media on handmade paper collaged on top 100 x 49 cm
Francis Picabia
Assortiment de Dessins de Francis Picabia, 1952 Signed in pencil (each) Two lithographs Left sheet: 10.5 x 9.6 cm Right sheet: 24.5 x 26 cm A few copies printed outside of the book published by Pierre-André Benoit
Francis Picabia
Pour et Contre, 1950 Signed lower right in ink Lithograph from Picabia's book 'Pour et Contre' published by Pierre-André Benoit Sheet: 12.5 x 16 cm A few copies printed outside of the book

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