Formed in 2002, Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert is an independent association between Hazlitt, the long-established London gallery, and James Holland-Hibbert. The gallery holds an extensive stock of paintings, drawings and sculpture by Modern and Contemporary British artists of international renown.
Since its establishment Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert has held numerous museum-quality exhibitions with works borrowed from public and private collections, including: Lucian Freud – Early Works 1940-58; Barbara Hepworth | Ben Nicholson: Sculpture & Painting in the 1930s; Gerald Laing: Space, Speed, Sex; and David Hockney – The Complete Early Etchings 1961-64.
For over a decade Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert has fostered a close relationship with the artist Bridget Riley, organising the seminal exhibition ‘Bridget Riley: Works 1960-1966’ dedicated to her monochrome work of the 1960s. In 2019, the gallery announced its representation of the estates of Patrick Heron (1920-1999), Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005) and Richard Smith (1931-2016), and having worked closely with artists’ families and foundations in the past, looks forward to announcing further partnerships in the future.