Harry Moore-Gwyn

HARRY MOORE-GWYN first began dealing at a stand in an antiques centre whilst an under- graduate at Oxford University. After two years at Sotheby’s, Bond Street starting on the company’s graduate trainee scheme, he founded the business in 2000. It has become one of the leading British dealers in 18th and early 19th Century drawings and British art of the period 1900-1950, with a particular focus on neglected artists of the time.

We publish one fully illustrated catalogue a year relating to an exhibition and have at least one further show in a central London gallery. Otherwise the business deals through fairs, including taking stands at the Watercolour and Drawings Fair, at the Royal Academy and all three of the Olympia Fine Art and Antiques Fairs. We sell through our large database to numerous private collectors from Britain, Conti- nental Europe and the United States. We are also regularly involved in the sale of works of art to museums and have successfully negotiated the sale of pictures to amongst others The British Museum, The National Maritime Museum and Royal Observatory, The Aldershot Military Museum, the R.A.F. Museum, Hendon and The Freemasons’ Museum in London.


  • Modern British Art (1900-1950)
    The many artists we are particularly interested in selling include Edward Bawden, Augustus John, Henry Lamb, James Dickson Innes, Paul Nash, John Nash, Kenneth Rowntree, Sir Stanley Spencer and Ethelbert White.
  • British Drawings and watercolours (1750-1850)
  • Drawings by George Romney (1734-1802)
  • Plein-air oil sketches from Britain and Continental Europe

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 P.O. Box 293 , Lechlade GL7 3WG Tel: 07765 966 256