The Art of Andrew Gadd
Totley Grove Art is proud to present an impressive collection from one of the UK‘s finest figurative realists.
Andrew Gadd is the internationally acclaimed fine artist with works exhibited across the globe from the UK and throughout Europe and America.
With a wide stylistic range his talent paints a variety of single figures to crowds of people in what has been described as allegorical painting.
Born in London in 1968, he studied at Chelsea and Falmouth schools of Art between 1985 and 1990. In 1990 he began his postgraduate degree at the Royal Academy Schools.
On completion of his studies there in 1993, he won the R.A. Gold Medal for painting and the Richard Ford Travel Scholarship to Spain.
Since graduating from the R.A., Andrew has exhibited successfully at various galleries in London including five solo shows at Agnew’s which is one of the world’s leading international art galleries, New York and Italy including The National Portrait Gallery.
His work can now be found in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and the Royal Academy, as well as in numerous important corporate and private collections.