Courcoux Contemporary now operates from their home in the lovely Hampshire village of Nether Wallop after exhibiting for nearly 30 years in a formal gallery space.  We still represent all those artists with whom we have worked over that time and we stage a number of exhibitions annually in unusual and interesting venues, showing new works by the likes of Sophie Ryder (shown above), Guy Taplin and Geoffrey Dashwood as well as many others and dealing in pieces by Elisabeth Frink.

The June show of Fred Yates's paintings was a brilliant success, with over 20 paintings sold at prices up to £16,000. Holding the show at home seemed to prove very popular with our clients and we were blessed with fine weather on all three days.  Excitingly, we have just acquired three more Freds of exceptional quality and it will be a long time before we see any more as good as these.  We shall then be back with a top class show at the Medieval Hall in Salisbury in March 2018.

The Paul Treasure exhibition at Audley Inglewood in Berkshire was much appreciated and sales were good.  Paul has just gone off to India for three months and we  shall wait with anticipation to see the fruits of  this trip.

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