• Contacts Dino Tomasso, Raffaello Tomasso
  • Opening hours Monday to Friday by appointment only

European Sculpture from the early Renaissance to the Neo-Classical periods, Painting and Sculpture.


Also at:
Bardon Hall
Weetwood Lane
Leeds, LS16 8HJ

Tomasso was founded in Leeds, Yorkshire, in 1993, by brothers Dino and Raffaello Tomasso. Today, they head the gallery alongside the next generation of the Tomasso family. They specialise in European Sculpture, Master Paintings and Ancient Art, and are recognised internationally for their particular expertise in European Renaissance bronzes.

Dino and Raffaello have promoted and supported, through loans and exhibitions, major international institutions and significant sales have been made to some of the world’s most prestigious museums, including the Bode Museum, Berlin; The Liechtenstein Collection, and the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; the Yale Center for British Art and the Art Institute of Chicago.

Their first London gallery opened in 2010. Today, they operate from Bardon Hall in Leeds and from Marquis House, on London’s Jermyn Street, located at the heart of St James’s, for centuries the home of some of the world’s leading art galleries.

List of Artists represented:
Thomas Barker of Bath, British (1769 –1847)
Neri di Bicci (1418 – 1492)
Andrea Briosco, called Il Riccio (1470–1532)
Elia Candido (active in Florence in the 1570s)
Joseph Chinard (1756 -1813)
Sir Jacob Epstein (1880 –1959)
Giovanni Battista Foggini (1652–1725)
Jean Honoré Fragonard ( 1732 –1806)
Théodore Géricault (1791 – 1824)
Giambologna (1529‒1608)
François Girardon (1628–1715)
Pieter Isaaczs (1569 –1625)
Lawrence Macdonald (1799 –1878)
Benedetto da Maiano (1442 -1497)
Nicolò Roccatagliata (b. circa 1560; active 1593; d. before 1636)
Luca della Robbia (1400 -1482)
Luigi Sabatelli ( 1772 – 1850)
Pietro Simoni da Barga (documented 1571–89)
Bartholomeus Spranger (Antwerp 1546 – Prague 1611)
Hubert le Sueur (active 1596–1658)
Antonio Susini (1558–1624)
Gianfrancesco Susini (1585–c. 1653)
Jean-Pierre-Antoine Tassaert (1727–1788)
Adriaen de Vries (1545 –1626)