M1 Fine Art


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M1 Fine Art Exhibitions
Occupying a beautiful Grade II listed Victorian building in London's bustling Town Centre of Greenwich, the M1 Fine Art Gallery offers an ever-changing collection of unique statement work for distinctive interiors.

Situated within zone 2 on the River Thames, Maritime Greenwich is a World Heritage Site, famous for such historic landmarks as the Cutty Sark (the last surviving tea clipper) and the Royal Observatory. It is also the home of Greenwich Mean Time and the Meridian Line, Longitude 0°. Its fabulous range of shops, bars and restaurants, not to mention an award-winning park attract visitors all year round and with its immediate proximity to the City, Canary Wharf, the Docklands and many iconic tourist destinations, Greenwich also benefits from some of the best transport links in London.

The gallery is curated with today's discerning collector in mind and offers a superior range of original paintings and Limited Editions, crossing a wide spectrum of styles and genres. It is proud to offer frequent exhibitions of work from artists belonging to the M1 Fine Art portfolio. See below for details of current and future exhibitions and register to receive invitations to VIP events and Champagne previews.


M1 Fine Art
20 Nelson Road
London, SE10 9JB

Opening Hours:

10am - 6pm

Saturday & Sunday
9am - 7pm
E: info@M1fineart.com

T: +44 (0)20 8269 0906

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Best of British

An RBA Exhibition

Saturday February 3rd 2018 - Thursday 1st March 2018

M1 Fine Art hosts the RBA in an exhibition showcasing the Best of British. This truly is the cream of the cream showing off their very best work so visitors will be able to enjoy a varied selection of art sure to catch the interest of all. Enjoy oil paintings, watercolours, sculpture, printwork and more from some of the most respected artists working in Britain today.

During a time of national uncertainty, this exhibition focuses on the all the wonderful positives that Britain has to offer the art world today, as it has done throughout history.

Read more about The RBA here.

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