Whitford Fine Art is one of London's leading international Art Galleries, specialising in French and British 20th Century paintings and sculpture, having moved from an emphasis on Cubism and Modernism towards Post-War Abstraction and Pop Art.
Founded in 1973 by Adrian Mibus and Louise Whitford, the gallery offers more than forty years of experience in art buying, selling and advising. Its clientele includes museums and high profile private collectors. Whitford Fine Art participates in international art fairs in London and Brussels, and is a member of the Society of London Art Dealers, and ROCAD (Royal Chamber of Art Dealers, Belgium). The Gallery offers services of valuation and curatorial advice and assistance in collection building and display.
Whitford Fine Art ‘s programme of Post-War British and Continental Abstraction and Pop Art includes representation of the estates of Caziel, Joseph Lacasse and Clive Barker. For thirty years, the gallery has defended the work of Britain’s only Abstract Expressionist, Frank Avray Wilson, Belgian ZERO artist Paul Van Hoeydonck and Belgian matter painter Bram Bogart.
Adrian Mibus, Director
Alexandre Mibus, Director
An Jo Fermon
Renata Molina Lopes