About us

The Sladmore, founded in 1965, is today one of the world's leading art galleries. We specialise in the sale of fine bronze sculpture and have two galleries and a sculpture garden all in the centre of London.

In our Jermyn Street gallery, just off Piccadilly, important bronzes by Auguste Rodin, Aristide Maillol, Edgar Degas, Rembrandt Bugatti and Antoine-Louis Barye are always on display. In addition, we continue to stock a fine selection of works by other leading animalier sculptors of the 19th and early 20th century. An active publishing program of exhibition catalogues and monographs is also an important part of the gallery's activities.

Our Bruton Place gallery, off Berkeley Square, carries a large stock of bronzes by sculptors working today. We represent a number of leading contemporary artists including Mark Coreth, Geoffrey Dashwood, Sophie Dickens and Nic Fiddian-Green. A select program of exhibitions and events are held at both galleries.

The addition of a private sculpture garden beside the British Museum provides the ideal showcase for our wide range of outdoor sculpture from macquette to monumental in scale. We can supply from stock and also through private commission for both public and private spaces.

The gallery exhibits at the world's major Art Fairs, including TEFAF Maastricht, Masterpiece London, and the Paris Biennale. With our established reputation we have for many years advised museums and both corporate and private collectors worldwide.

Gerry Farrell and Edward Horswell