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Barry Keene Gallery

12 Thameside
Henley-on-Thames
Oxfordshire
RG9 1BH
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We stock fine period & contemporary paintings, watercolours, etchings, drawings and prints with recent paintings and sculpture by some of Britain's leading artists. We are also happy to arrange commissions. Barry Keene has been working in the art world since 1963 and established his Gallery in Henley in 1971. Since then he has sold many thousands of pictures to private individuals, collectors and Art Dealers throughout the world as well as to Galleries and Museums. He is also a Master Frame Maker and offers all services relating to pictures including conservation, cleaning & restoration.

The Gallery is situated on the riverside at Henley-on-Thames. From the M4 follow the signs to Henley. After crossing the bridge over the river Thames turn left at the traffic lights and the Gallery can be found on the right hand side next to the Henley Tearooms.

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