Felix & Spear Gallery exhibit and represent a select number of important Contemporary artists in conjunction with dealing in Modern British and Post-War works of art.
We look forward to welcoming you to the gallery in Ealing and do please contact us with enquiries, including pricing of available works.
Wed - Fri 11.00-18.00 Sat - Sun 12.00-15.00
Forthcoming - 31 March - 7 May 2023 | Houria Niati: No To Torture (press release)
3D virtual exhibition - John Hitchens: Field Works (publication)
9 May 2022 - 8 May 2023 | James Faure Walker: Paintings and Sightings - curated and arranged for Clifford Chance by Frank/Hindley Art Consultants. Viewings by appointment (pdf brochure)
The Wireless Set
Ten Digital Prints by James Faure Walker (b.1948)
Available to purchase (unframed), the archival inkjet prints in the set are titled/signed, numbered and limited to an edition of 10. The full set has been acquired by the V&A for their collection.
Paint Like the Swallow Sings Calypso
Kettle's Yard, Cambridge
Impressions of carnival by Paul Dash, Errol Lloyd & John Lyons in dialogue with works from The Fitzwilliam Museum & Kettle’s Yard
Several of John Lyons' works in the Kettle's Yard exhibition were also exhibited in his solo exhibition at Felix & Spear in 2022.
Congratulations to Katherine Gili whose sculpture 'Pistil' (1979) has been selected for inclusion in the major Arts Council Collection touring exhibition, 'Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women since 1945'.
Read the Arts Council Collection interview with Katherine Gili here.
Image: Katherine Gili (b.1948) working on 'Pistil' in 1979.
Tam Joseph (b.1947)
'Spirit of the Carnival' 1982
acrylic on paper, 200 x 200 cm
Wolverhampton Art Gallery
The Art Fund podcast uncovering the story behind Tam Joseph’s powerful painting, which offers a commentary on the large police presences at the Notting Hill Carnival during the 1970s and 1980s.
The Sky At Night' 1985, acrylic paint on canvas, 134 x 235 cm
Felix & Spear Gallery is delighted to announce the acquisition of the very important painting 'The Sky At Night' 1985 by Tam Joseph (b.1947) by the Tate Gallery and its addition to the National Collection.