Representing expertise in the fine arts from antiquity to the present day

The Society of London Art Dealers (SLAD)
is the major trade association for dealers
throughout the United Kingdom

About us

Founded in 1932, The Society of London Dealers is a not-for-profit organisation for enhancing public confidence in responsible fine art dealing.

Today it has over 185 members throughout the UK who have been carefully vetted for their business integrity and art expertise.

  • Installation View, Ro Robertson, ‘Torsos,’ Maximillian William, London, 3 September – 1 October 2022.
    Photography by Robert Glowacki
    Maximillian William
  • Edgar Degas
    Danseuse saluant (Deuxième étude)
    Signed Degas
    Stamped with A.A.Hebraad foundry mark and inscribed 31, HER.D
    Bronze with rich dark and mid-brown patination
    Height: 8 ¾” (22.2 cm)
    Bowman Sculpture
  • Judith Godwin, Expressions of Life, Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, London, 2023. Photography by Mark Blower. Courtesy of the Judith Whitney Godwin Foundation for the Arts and Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, London.
    Pippy Houldsworth Gallery
  • Summer – Seventies – Saint Tropez.  An exhibition by Phillipe Garner
    Hamiltons Gallery
  • BALTHASAR VAN DER AST.  A Still Life of Fruit in a ‘kraak’ porcelain Dish, with Shells and Roses
    Signed, lower right, on the ledge: B. van der. Ast
    Oil on panel, 26⅞ x 37⅞ ins. (68.3 x 98.7 cm)
    Johnny Van Haeften Ltd
  • Pierre Amédée Marcel Béronneau (Bordeaux 1869 – l937 Seyne-sur-Mer) Salomé
    Upper right: P. Marcel Beronneau.  Oil on canvas, 81 x 100 cm
    Stair Sainty Gallery
  • LEONE COLLE (active in Venice in the 1870s) Venice: The Piazza San Marco during Carnival by Moonlight.  Signed and dated ‘Colle Leone f.1878.’ (lower left)  Oil on canvas, 32 ⅞ x 44 ½ in. (83.5 x 113 cm.)
    Charles Beddington Ltd
  • Howard HODGKIN – Indian Waves, 1990.  Hand painted gouache on intaglio-impressed Khadi paper.  72.4 x 88.9 cm.  Signed, dated and dedicated ‘For Larry from Howard’ (Larry Rivers)
    Desmond Page
  • Gustave Loiseau (1865 – Paris – 1935)  ‘Bord de rivière, la Seine à Porte-Joie’.  Signed lower left: G. Loiseau.  Oil on canvas: 21 1/2 x 25 3/8 in / 54.6 x 64.5 cm.  Painted circa 1901
    Richard Green (Fine Paintings)
  • JENNIFER BARTLETT
    Long Beach 1941-2022 Amagansett.  Old House Lane, No.1.  Pastel on two sheets of paper.
    1120 x 1525 mm. (44 1/8 x 60 in.)
    Stephen Ongpin Fine Art
  • Plinio Colombi (1873-1951)  The Silvretta Glacier seen from Selfranga, Klosters, Switzerland.
    Oil on canvas, 76 x 100 cm.  Signed and dated 1918
    John Mitchell Fine Paintings
  • FRANCESCO NERI
    ‘Boncellino, 13.07.2023’
    C-type contact print (from an 8×10 inch neg.) on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper
    Image size: 19.5 x 24.5 cm
    Framed size: 41.5 x 46.5 x 3.5 cm
    Edition: 1/6 (+2APs)
    LARGE GLASS
  • Barbara Hepworth, Six Forms (2 x 3), 1968. Bronze, edition of 9.
    95.5 x 87.6 x 44.3 cm
    .
    Osborne Samuel
  • Maurice Utrillo, Place Jean-Baptiste-Clément, circa 1918, oil on cradled panel, 51.3 x 76.2 cm (20 ¹/₄ x 30 inches)
    Stern Pissarro Gallery
  • Ravelle Pillay – The Gift (Eulogy for a wagon) 2023
    Oil on canvas, 150 x 122 cm
    Oppenheimer Sophie Art Consultancy Services
  • Sebastiaen Vrancx – Antwerp (1573 – 1647)  An ambush beside a wood
    inscribed at bottom of recto: Vieux Breugle Original; inscribed on verso: Vieux Breugle Original / Sebastien Franck
    pen and brown ink with grey and brown wash, framing lines in red chalk, 300 x 450 mm
    Day & Faber
  • Eleri Mills “Borderland Horses”
    Thackeray Gallery
  • Charles Cundall, R.A. (1890-1971) – The Derby, 1932.  Oil on canvas, signed and dated ‘C. Cundall 1932’ (lower right), and inscribed ‘The Derby’ (on a label attached to the reverse) 28 x 40 in. (71.1 x 101.6 cm)
    Rountree Tryon Galleries Ltd
  • Installation view of ‘Yinka Shonibare CBE: Ritual Ecstasy of the Modern’ at Cristea Roberts Gallery. Courtesy artist and Cristea Roberts Gallery, London © Yinka Shonibare CBE
    Cristea Roberts Gallery
  •  Henri Lebasque – Nu Couché
    Douwes Fine Art Ltd
  • A display of work by Edmund de Waal in the Artists House at Roche Court Sculpture Park
    New Art Centre and Sculpture Park
  • The world Columbus knew – Ptolemy’s Second Projection, and the first map signed by its author.
    PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius; translated by ANGELUS, Jacobus, and edited by Nicolaus GERMANUS. Cosmographia. Ulm, Lienhart Holle, 16 July 1482.
    Daniel Crouch Rare Books Ltd
  • Arthur Dove, American, 1880-1946. LANDSCAPE, 1941, gouache and ink on paper.
    12.7 x 17.8 cm, 5 x 7 in. Copyright the Estate of Arthur Dove
    JC Gallery Ltd
  • Installation Image of London, Skarstedt, Cristina BanBan: La Matrona, 9 October – 25 November 2023 © Cristina BanBan. Courtesy of the artist and Skarstedt, New York.
    Skarstedt Gallery
  • Installaton view: ‘Jeffrey Gibson: DREAMING OF HOW IT’S MEANT TO BE’, Stephen Friedman
    Gallery, London (2024). Courtesy Stephen Friedman Gallery, London and New York. Photo by
    Lucy Dawkins.
    Stephen Friedman Gallery
  • Robert Rauschenberg.  Half a Grandstand (Spread), 1978
    Solvent transfer, fabric, acrylic and graphite on wood panels with objects
    182,9 x 641 x 5,1 cm (72 x 252 x 2 in)
    Thaddaeus Ropac
  • Simon Watkins – Angus Cheape, 2020
    Fine Art Commissions Ltd
  • Installation view, Diego Marcon, Dolle, Sadie Coles HQ, Kingly Street, 2 November – 16 December 2023
    © Diego Marcon. Courtesy the Artist and Sadie Coles HQ, London.
    Photo: Katie Morrison
    Sadie Coles HQ
  • Eric Ravilious (1903-1942)  Fire Control Room, 1941
    Pencil and watercolour, 15 ¾ x 22 ½ inches
    The Fine Art Society Ltd
  • Siân Davey – The Garden XXIII, 2023
    Accompanied by a signed editioned label from the artist.  C-Type print on Fuji Maxima paper
    Paper size: 80 x 96 cm.  Image size: 64 x 80 cm.  Edition of 5 + 2 APs
    Michael Hoppen
  • Sunlight and Snow, Norfolk by Edward Seago.  Signed ‘Edward Seago’ (lower left)
    Oil on board, 20 x 30 in
    Portland Gallery
  • Winifred Nicholson (1893-1981)  Wild Flowers of the Garrigue c.1935
    Oil on canvas, 18 x 24 inches / 46 x 61 cms
    Exhibited: The Leicester Galleries, London, Lefevre Gallery, London (4182)
    Provenance: Nicholson Family
    Crane Kalman Gallery Ltd