Hilary Gerrish began dealing in 1972. He was a partner in N.W. Lott and H.J. Gerrish, working from their gallery in St. James's, until 1985 when he became independent and created Gerrish Fine Art. Within the last decade the company has been joined by his daughter Georgie (MA Art History, The Courtauld Institute of Art) and his son Henry (MA Art History, St Andrews).
Gerrish Fine Art has an international reputation as specialists in British art with a focus on nineteenth and twentieth century printmaking. They also deal in American and European works including drawings, paintings, sculpture and photography. Gerrish Fine Art has sold many works of outstanding quality and rarity and we include many leading American, European and British museums amongst their regular clientele as well as major private collectors.
J.M.W. TurnerMercury and Argo, 1841Engraving with hand-touching in pencil by TurnerImage Size: 52.2 x 38.5 cm / Plate Size: 68.8 x 48.6 cm / Sheet Size: 75.4 x 60.2 cm
Sybil AndrewsBringing in the Boat, 1933LinocutImage Size 33 x 25.9 cm
Paper Size 37 x 30.2 cmTrial proof 2, ’T. P. 2’, one of three trial proofs aside from the edition of 60.
Edward CalvertThe Chamber Idyll, 1831 (published 1893)Wood EngravingImage Size: 4.2 x 7.6 cmEdition of 350
F.L.GriggsOwlpen Manor, 1930EtchingImage Size: 19.3 x 25.4 cm / Paper Size: 32 x 42 cmEdition of 48 in the second state
Olga Fröbe-KapteynThe Light of the Soul, c.1930ScreenprintPaper Size: 49.5 x 36 cmEdition size unknown
David HockneyTulips, 1973Etching and AquatintImage: 68 x 54 cm / Paper: 92 x 71.5 cmEdition of 75 plus 16 proofs
David HockneyHome, 1969Etching
Image Size: 44.3 x 31.1 cm /
Paper Size: 45.6 x 31.1 cmEdition of 100
David HockneyThe Lake, 1969Etching and AquatintImage Size: 44.2 x 31.8 cm / Paper Size: 62 x 44.7 cmEdition of 100
C.R.W. NevinsonReturning to the Trenches, 1916Etching and Drypoint
Image: 15 x 19.8 cm
Paper: 21.5 x 28.1 cmEdition of 75