Videos

Belgravia Gallery meet Nelson Mandela (Part I)

This short clip gives an introduction to the Belgravia Gallery which is run by mother and daughter duo Anna Hunter and Laura Walford and sets the stage for their morning with Nelson Mandela in 2002. They spent time with him whilst he signed his artwork and chatted to them. To see artwork by Nelson Mandela click here
 

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Belgravia Gallery meet Nelson Mandela (Part 2)

This short clip gives an introduction to the morning Anna Hunter and Laura Walford from Belgravia Gallery met Nelson Mandela in 2002. They spent time with him whilst he signed his artwork and chatted to them. To see artwork by Nelson Mandela click here

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Nelson Mandela Artwork Collection

In this clip you can see highlights of the Nelson Mandela artwork collection which can be viewed on our website here

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Nelson Mandela

Anna Hunter discussing the signed lithographs by Nelson Mandela, available through Belgravia Gallery

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Nelson Mandela talks about his lithographs, Robben Island, February 2003

'When it came to recreating visions of Robben Island, I needed to share this rich experience of culture which to me has a very special meaning. When I initially did the sketches in black chalk the images looked quite bleak. I then thought that it should be a celebration and introduced the bright and cheery colours which I understand have become a new art form and I hope that it will give you as much pleasure as I have had in creating these images". Nelson Mandela, February 2003, Lithograph launch on Robben Island.

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Full Signing Session video, Nelson Mandela lithographs

October 2012 - Finally, 10 years after this video was filmed by Laura Walford at Nelson Mandela's home in Johannesburg, we have uploaded the full, hour-long recording with subtitles and it is now available for viewing. In this session, Mr Mandela signed over 400 lithographs whilst talking to Anna Hunter and Laura Walford about his life, and many people he had met.

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Nelson Mandela lithograph signing session, December 2002

In this 15-minute video, Nelson Mandela can be seen signing his lithographs at his home in Johannesburg. Taken by Anna Hunter and Laura Walford in December 2002, this session lasted for a morning during which time Mr Mandela signed over 400 of his lithographs and talked animatedly about many world figures and about his enjoyment in creating the works. He had also produced the now iconic work, Hand of Africa, which can be seen in this clip drying on his living room floor. A full and subtitled version of this recording is available upon request.

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Nelson Mandela signing session, December 2002 (short clip)

This is a very short clip of a morning session Anna Hunter and Laura Walford had at Nelson Mandela's home in Johannesburg in December 2002. During this session Mr Mandela signed over 400 of his lithographs, whilst sitting at his dining table and talking about the world. It was this morning that he completed the 'Hand of Africa' imprint that would become the lithograph and was subsequently reproduced on the front page of The Times newspaper in London. A fuller, hour-long video will be posted soon.

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The Sebastian Hunter Memorial Trust

This is a video of our charity projects in India played at our fundraising event in June 2012 at Bunga Bunga bar and restaurant. For more information visit the Charity section of our website or www.sebsschool.org

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HRH Prince Charles at Blenheim Palace

Anna Hunter discussing the Royal Art collection held by Belgravia Gallery, here displayed in the beautiful setting of Blenheim Palace

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Royal Art Exhibition opening, Singapore, September 2012

Belgravia Gallery is delighted to be working in collaboration with Art Trove in Singapore on this wonderful and unique collection.

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Sir Peter Blake Godfather of British Pop Art

Sir Peter Blake discussed his exhibition at Belgravia Gallery with Anna Hunter

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Belgravia Gallery - Artists

Here you can see an introduction to some of our artists such as Nelson Mandela, HRH The Prince of Wales, Maria Filopoulou, Charlie Mackesy and many more. Click on our Artist Catalogue to see more

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Anna Hunter talks to Susan Swartz

In this video gallery owner Anna Hunter discusses the Breath of Nature exhibition with artist Susan Swartz.

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Godfrey Barker talks with Susan Swartz

In this video Art Critic Godfrey Barker discusses the exhibition 'Breath of Nature' with artist Susan Swartz.

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Maria Filopoulou interview

Anna Hunter interviews Greek painter Maria Filopoulou about her London show, Instinct for Water.

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Dion Salvador Lloyd

Gallery artist Dion Salvador Lloyd discusses his one-man show at the gallery with gallery owner Anna Hunter

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Fragments of Time, Ben Dearnley

See sculptor Ben Dearnley hard at work in his studio carefully carving his latest work.

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Petr Weigi

An exhibition of work by London-based artist Petr Weigl

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James Gemmill

James Gemmill and Anna Hunter show us around his one-man show at Belgravia Gallery

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Jake Sutton Meets Cherie Blair at Belgravia Gallery

Jacob Sutton, Anna Hunter, Alistair Campbell and Cherie Blair at Belgravia Gallery

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Russian Art

Belgravia Gallery has held numerous exhibitions of Russian Art, from both contemporary and Soviet-era artists and sculptors. Here Anna Hunter shows you around some of the work

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Belgravia Gallery

A video showing a general introduction to Belgravia Gallery and it's diverse range of artists, this video also briefly shows Nelson Mandela signing his lithographs

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World Citizen Artists - Finalists video

Click here to view the video featuring the Private View of our finalists from the World Citizen Artists competition we hosted in December, 2014. It was a very unique and special event, with artists coming from all over the world to see their works exhibited at our gallery. In a time of such huge unrest in the world we hope exhibitions such as this go a small way towards promoting unity and some peace around the globe.

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Susan Swartz - A Personal Path

Here we can see the opening night of the exhibition 'A Personal Path' by Susan Swartz.

 

Her work is being exhibited at the famous Kollegienkirche in Salzburg, Austria from May 30 through to July 4, 2014. 

The exhibition, which is titled A Personal Path, is presented by The Salzburg Foundation.

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