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John Mitchell Fine Paintings is an independent family business established in 1931. Now in its third generation it is run by James Mitchell and William Mitchell. The gallery is located on the first floor of 17 Avery Row just off New Bond Street in London and visitors are welcome throughout the week. James and William Mitchell specialise in buying and selling European and British paintings and drawings from the sixteenth to the twentieth century, especially those from private collections. John Mitchell also act as agents for vendors and advise on all aspects of picture collecting, in particular framing, conservation and valuations.

WELCOME


John Mitchell Fine Paintings is an independent family business established in 1931. Now in its third generation it is run by James Mitchell and William Mitchell. The gallery is located on the first floor of 17 Avery Row just off New Bond Street in London and visitors are welcome throughout the week. James and William Mitchell specialise in buying and selling European and British paintings and drawings from the sixteenth to the twentieth century, especially those from private collections. John Mitchell also act as agents for vendors and advise on all aspects of picture collecting, in particular framing, conservation and valuations.

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AFRICA: The photographs of Nathalie Mountain, 7th - 15th November

Opening on Thursday 7th November we will be exhibiting the stunning wildlife photography of Nathalie Mountain (www.natmountainphoto.com). An extensively travelled wildlife and landscape photographer, Nathalie's exhibition AFRICA: The photographs of Nathalie Mountain will focus on a selection of work from her recent trips to the continent and the animals encountered there. All the photographs in the exhibition can be viewed here, and please click here for the digital exhibition catalogue. The photographs are limited to editions of six and can be ordered in a range of sizes. Please contact James Astley Birtwistle (jamesb@johnmitchell.net) for details.


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