Halcyon Gallery

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Halcyon Gallery was established in 1982 as a platform for inspirational art. The gallery is now based in Mayfair, London and represents a selection of renowned international artists. Together Halcyon Gallery’s four London spaces host a diverse programme of Contemporary art, showing both established artists and new, emerging talent. A dedicated team specialise in rare masterpieces ranging from Impressionism to Pop art, working closely with clients to build collections that have emotional resonance and importantly, impeccable provenances.

Philanthropy is an essential element of Halcyon Gallery’s culture and the organization supports a number of charities including The Royal Parks Foundation and The Duke of Edinburgh's Award World Fellowship. A public art programme was conceived in 2008 to support philanthropic projects and to make art more accessible to the public. Following its success in London, the programme has now been extended to international locations.

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Coordinates: 51°30′37″N 0°08′43″W / 51.5104°N 0.1452°W / 51.5104; -0.1452