About Adrian Hill Fine Art Holt
Adrian Hill Fine Art was opened in July 2013 and showcases some of the finest paintings selected from the Royal Academy, Royal Institutes, Federations and Societies. The light and airy space is perfectly suited to exhibit original paintings and works of art. Adrian Hill FRSA and his wife Clare are proud to be representing many contemporary artists all of whom are full Members of the Federation of British Artists FBA including; Rosa Sepple PPRI, Peter Wileman FROI RSMA FRSA, Brian Ryder ROI FIEA and Robert Wells RBA NEAC who provide a constantly changing exhibition of new works.
Within the collection a carefully selected and diverse portfolio of works from Modern British painters such as Lawrence Stephen Lowry RA RBA, David Hockney OM CH RA and Edward Seago RWS RBA add to the prestige of this Fine Art Gallery.
Managing Director, Adrian Hill FRSA, has been in the art industry for almost two decades, has hosted two major solo sell out exhibitions for Rosa Sepple PPRI at the prestigious Mall Galleries in London, written numerous art publications for Halsgrove Publishing and co-wrote a history of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours published in 2019 and A Journey Like No Other for Rosa Sepple PPRI in 2021.
About Adrian Hill Fine Art Stamford
Adrian Hill Fine Art, Stamford was the second gallery to be opened in the ‘Adrian Hill Fine Art’ portfolio in August 2020. Following the same principles of exhibition as the flagship gallery in Lees Yard, Holt Norfolk, Adrian Hill Fine Art , Stamford also specialises in original paintings from carefully selected Members of the Royal Academy, Royal Institutes, Societies and Federations. The Fine Art Gallery also showcases works from other leading British artists including Laurence Stephen Lowry, Edward Seago and David Hockney. Adrian Hill FRSA, Managing Director and his wife Clare Hill, Director, who have been in the art industry since 2003, also manages ‘The Gallery‘ in Holt which has been owned by three generations of the Hill family since 1972.