The main focus is on Sporting Art Paintings, Maritime Art, Wildlife Art and Topographical works. These areas were at the core of English taste up until the world wars, and still continue to fascinate collectors around the world.
`For anyone interested in animals in art, the Tryon Gallery has become an essential port of call. For fifty years it has been encouraging artists and attracting the attention of enthusiastic collectors.
I am very pleased to have this opportunity to pay a tribute to what has become a National Institution, and to wish it continued success in the future.’
H.R.H. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
This wonderful endorsement for the Tryon Gallery was for its 50th anniversary in 2009, and in this time it has established itself as one of the leading dealers in the field of Sporting Art and Wildlife Art. Rountree Fine Art was started by Jamie Rountree in 2009 after a 10 year career at the auction houses Christies and Bonhams. This successful firm is one of the few in Europe that specialises primarily in Sporting and Maritime paintings dating from the 18th Century through to the Second World War, and initially made its mark with an attractive gallery in the heart of Chelsea.
With their common interests and a shared vision, these two galleries combined their talents under one roof in May 2013, and under the new name of Rountree Tryon Galleries. They continue to offer the very best of traditional and contemporary Sporting and Maritime Art from the St James’s Gallery at 7 Bury Street and now also from the Petworth Gallery in West Sussex.Their collaboration has cemented their position as market leaders their field.
Incorporated within the Rountree Tryon umbrella are the Malcolm Innes Gallery Ltd (from 2000), the Moorland Gallery (from 1972) and the Royal Exchange Art Gallery (from 1995).
If you are interested in specific artists or subjects please do not hesitate to contact us with details.
The gallery premises was used in the first of the franchised `St Trinian's' films starring Colin Firth, Rupert Everett and Gemma Arterton.
Director: Jamie Rountree
Consultant: Oliver Swann
Associate Director: Rowland Rhodes
Associate Director: Liz Thorold
Gallery Manager: Jess Baker
USA Representative: Illa Gaunt
Antiquities Expert: Chantelle Rountree
Maritime Historian: Michael Naxton
Rountree Tryon Galleries are members of the trade association BADA :
The London gallery first opened in London’s West End in 1959. Currently located in the artistic hub of St. James’s, the gallery is minutes from the Royal Academy, Ritz and Buckingham Palace. We host solo shows for our leading contemporary artists whilst maintaining traditional Sporting and Maritime exhibitions.
The Sussex gallery is in the heart of Petworth on the ground floor of a listed historic building in the market square. Petworth is a picturesque town in the South Downs National Park, about an hour’s drive from London and 30 minutes from the South Coast. With many local National treasures including Petworth House, the town has been a hub for Fine Art and Antiques for many years. Further information including travelling to Petworth can be found on http://discoverpetworth.org