Chelsea Art Fair
Held at Chelsea Old Town Hall, King's Road, the annual Chelsea art show offers a selection of work from 45 galleries, representing over 500 individual artists.
Work on show is both contemporary and 20th century, and as well as paintings, engravings, lithographs and etchings there is a full range of three-dimensional works in a range of materials - bronze, wood, stone, ceramic.
Since 2008, international artists have been well represented, with work from a diverse range of countries, including China, Zimbabwe, France, Russia and Japan.
The Fair features works by such artists as Mary Fedden, Ruskin Spear, James Butler, Frederick Gore, Ken Howard, John Piper, Pablo Picasso,Fred Cuming, Bernard Dunstan, Martin Leman, Susan Ryder, Diana Armfield, Augustus John, Caroline Bailey, Peter Howson, Michael Hunt, Mark Rowbotham, Neil Cox, James Orr, Sherree Valentine Daines, John Hunt, Martin Leman, Susan Bower and Paul Brown.
Original art can be purchased for as little as £50, with work at the most expensive end of the range reaching prices in excess of £20,000.
NB. The 2017 dates are provisional and will be finalised closer to the time.