…are the largest provincial fine art dealers in the UK of quality 19th to 21st century paintings outside of London.
All of the paintings and fine antique furniture on this site have been recently updated with images from our extensive stockrooms and new catalogue.
If you wish to view other paintings from our collection, or if you have any other enquiries, contact us on-line.
Each year, Haynes Fine Arts exhibits quality Fine Art all over the world. As close to home as London and as far as New York. Please view of our forthcoming schedule.
Alternatively, visit our extensive galleries in the Cotswolds in the picturesque village of Broadway, England and The City of London.
The London Gallery is neatly placed in the heart of the residential boroughs for Chelsea, Belgravia, Knightsbridge, Kensington, Westminster and Mayfair.
Situated in the Pimlico Road Design District, London's premier destination for interior design, world-class art, fine antiques and furniture.
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LORD ARCHER WRITES ARTICLE FOR THE TELEGRAPH NAMING HIS TOP FIVE PRIVATELY OWNED GALLERIES IN THE WORLD
The following article gave us yet another huge endorsement in the world of fine art. Lord Archer gave a wonderful article to the Telegraph newspaper naming his best galleries in the world. It came as a great surprise as the gallery phone rang off the hook with well wishers and new clients alike. We never have undervalued the power of the press and send out a collective word of gratitude from the Haynes family and all at Haynes Fine Art. Thank you Lord Archer and The Telegraph.
Jeffrey Archer on the world’s best private art galleries
The Kane and Abel author shares his favourite private art galleries from across the world
"This family run gallery is great fun and a lovely place to browse around for a couple of hours as it’s in a good old country house with stone walls, fireplaces and comfortable chairs. It goes in for big Scottish paintings and great country scenes – people like Alfred de Breanski, Joseph Farquharson and David Shepherd".