Varying in size, the artworks are depictions of landscapes across the globe, bold and colourful, with many works portraying the warmth and abundance of the Mediterranean. Poul Webb is a British artist whom Theo has known for many years, and whose work he has always championed for its geometric forms and strong, beguiling colours.
The art on display in the restaurant will be available for guests to purchase through the Catto Gallery, one of the most prestigious fine art galleries in London.The artwork adds a bright and bold vibrancy to the space, making it the perfect place to host intimate private dinners or larger events.
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About Poul Webb
After graduating from Cambridge School of Art in 1968, Poul worked as Assistant Art Director of Harper’s Bazaar magazine, before moving to New York in 1969 and working with Andy Warhol for a short time on his Interview publication. In New York, and on returning to the UK took up painting full time. In 1973 exhibited in the John Moores Liverpool Exhibition and the British International Drawing Biennale. In the mid ‘70s Poul showed twice in major International Exhibitions of Original Drawings at the Museum of Modern Art in Rijeka and work of his was acquired at this time by H.M. Government Art Collection. In 1987 he was one of Ten British Watercolourists shown at the Museum of Fine Arts, Bilbao.
About Catto Gallery
Established in 1986, Catto Gallery has grown to become one of the most prestigious fine art galleries in London, specialising in the best of contemporary art across all mediums. Taken over in 2009 by Iain Barratt and Imogen Green, having between them over 30 years’ experience as art dealers and art consultants. The gallery hosts around 12 solo and joint exhibitions a year.