The Blackheath Gallery


Over Several years, a selection of Andrew Holmes works have been exhibited with  Gallerist James Corless, at the Blackheath Gallery, near Greenwich.

James opened the gallery in 1975 mainly to showcase his own work plus that of a small group of artists who’s work he admired. Over its 40 years the gallery has gained an impressive reputation for showing work of a very high standard and attracts artists submissions from all over the globe.

Andrew was delighted to have been invited to join them, initially showing Venice subjects:

Salute-Impressions 24" x24" (Sold)
Salute-Impressions 40cm x 40cm (Sold)
San Marco side Ponte dell Accademia – 40cm x 40cm (Sold)
May-dawn-on-the-Grand-Canal – 40cm x55cm (Sold)

Andrew Holmes cherry paintings exhibited with The Blackheath Gallery.

cherries-in-dappled-light ( Sold Blackheath)
Cherries in dappled light – oil on canvas – 50cm x 50cm, (Sold)
bowl-of-cherries ( Sold Blackheath)-I
bowl of cherries I ( Sold )

James also exhibited several landscape works by Andrew, in particular a local scene of the Eyot  a landmark on the Thames in Chiswick and one of Andrew’s favourite pieces.

Eyot - Oil on canvas (Sold)
Eyot – Oil on canvas (Sold)

The Gallery also holds an impressive folio of original prints. Including an eclectic range of work from 20 and 21st Century greats such as Pablo Picasso, Jean Miro, Robert Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol, and Gary Hume.

Last Autumn the space was extended and has recently re-opened.

To contact James at the Blackheath Gallery E-mail:

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Grand Canal - entrance
Grand Canal – entrance – 50cm x 50cm (Sold)

To contact Andrew, please email

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