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Chelmsford Galleries

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43 Moulsham St
01245 353825
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Chelmer Fine Art
2 reviews · Art Gallery
High Chelmer Shopping Centre
6 New London Rd
01245 456677
Shop Opening Hours
Mon-Sat: 9.30am – 5.30pm
Sunday: 11.00am – 4.00pm
Interior Angle | Picture Framing Design
7c Boyton Hall Farm
01245 248662

Chelmer Fine Art was established in early 1999 by the “Classic Design Group” to concentrate on simply the best contemporary Fine Art. We are committed to only the highest quality print reproduction and bringing you the most exciting works by today’s artists.

The “Classic Design Group” established in 1983 has been supplying art collectors worldwide specialising in Dog and Farming Images and is arguably the biggest supplier of secondary Images by Artist of the Year Award Winners ” Nigel Hemming ” and ” Steven Townsend “.

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Turner Barnes Gallery
7d The Old Mix Barn
01245 248662
Turner Barnes Gallery, an art gallery with two exhibition spaces in Essex, selling a wide range of contemporary, urban, pop & photographic art.
Interior Angle, bespoke picture framers, specialising in quality framing services, design framing ideas and conservation framing.

Art Gallery

The Museum houses the city’s temporary art gallery. Regularly changing exhibitions mean works of art from the museum’s varied collections can be put on public view.
Pictures on display reflect Chelmsford’s rich artistic heritage. Many works in the collection are by 20th century artists from Chelmsford and Mid Essex, including the Great Bardfield Artists which includes Michael Rothenstein, Edward Bawden, Eric Ravilious and John Aldridge. Some of these also worked as illustrators and designers and the collection has work by their contemporary, Lynton Lamb, who lived near Chelmsford.
Also represented in the collection are works by John Nash, Campbell Archibald Mellon and Frederick Brown.

Pictures on display elsewhere in the Museum include:

  • Philip Reinagle’s view of Chelmsford’s Shire Hall, painted for its architect John Johnson in 1794.
  • A mid 19th century view of Chelmsford from Springfield Hill by Colkett records the new railway just before the expansion of the town.
    Chelmsford’s landscape is also well covered. Works include watercolours and drawings by Alfred Bennett-Bamford, whose prolific late 19th and early 20th century sketches record many buildings and views now vanished.