A new art gallery will be opening in Beaconsfield next week.

The Clarendon Fine Art Centre, which has a shop in Marlow, will open to the public on Saturday, March 14 and will be based on Grove Court.

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The new Beaconsfield gallery will be showcasing pieces from the likes of Todd White, Sky Arts’ Portrait Artist of the Year Christian Hook and BP Portrait nominee Toby Mulligan along with work from the UK’s leading modern impressionist artist in Sherree Valentine Daines.

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Just some of the pieces of art that will be on display

Other artists include Danielle O’Connor Akiyama, Fabian Perez, Antonio Sannino, Marco Grassi and Emilija Pasagic.

Visitors can also expect modern masters such as Lowry, Chagall and Picasso.

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CEO of the Clarendon Fine Art Group Helen Swaby said: “Our Clarendon brand, at the forefront of the international fine art market for 10 successful years, is synonymous with quality, innovation and excellence.

“We are therefore thrilled to open our newest gallery in Beaconsfield, an area that has such a large artistic and creative community, while at the same time supporting exciting, new artistic talent that shows like our partners at Sky Arts Artist of the Year series have uncovered.”

For more information about the centre, visit www.clarendonfineart.com/contact/beaconsfield.