Chrstmas Eve - Open from 10.30am - 2pm
Christmas Day - Closed
Boxing Day - Open from 1pm - 4pm
New Year's Eve - Open 10.30am - 2pm
New Year's Day - Open from 1pm - 4pm
Welcome to Brook Gallery on-line. One of Devon’s best known art galleries, Brook Gallery came into existence in 1997 and since then has moved from strength to strength gaining an excellent reputation across the UK and beyond, selling limited edition, original prints. Our collections incorporate a broad spectrum of styles, through an enviable catalogue of some of the most influential artists in the UK today. All of the work that you see is available to purchase via this secure web-site or at the gallery itself. Committed to providing excellent service, we always operate the price promise scheme where applicable*.
* where possible we will endeavour to meet the price of any original print, still in edition.
George Grosz- 21st November - 14th December
We are delighted to exhibit prints from George Grosz' 1923 landmark suite Ecce Homo.
Strangest Dream... 17th December - 26th Jan 2014
Approaching the 100th Anniversary of WW1, Brook Gallery turns its attention to the Art created for and about human confilct.
The Fables of La Fontaine - Marc Chagall February 2014
A beautiful suite of original etchings handcoloured by Chagall himself
London Original Print Fair - April 2014
Brook once again takes the journey to London to join in the premier art fair of it's kind at the wonderful Royal Academy galleries.
Without Boundaries - Heidi Koenig - May 2014
Brook Gallery presents...in an unprecedented move, Brook hands over the gallery to one of our most accomplished and much loved abstract artists, who will exhibit a fantastic selection of her most recent paintings.
In light of the forthcoming anniversary, the beginning of World War 1, Brook begins 2014 with a thought provoking exhibition examining the art created around and about war and human conflict. With work spreading so many genres, the exhibition sets out to create a dialogue, and provide much food for thought and contemplation.
The reference to Strangest Dream comes from the song, which provides the sentiment that many of us would hope to embrace for our generations to come.
The exhibition will be hung over the christmas period, and remain, with small rotations until the 26th January.