Albemarle Gallery was an art gallery located in Mayfair, London. The gallery opened in 1986 and featured figurative to hyper-realist artwork by local and international contemporary painters and sculptors. This gallery closed in 1993.
In 1986, Mark Glazebrook, a private art dealer with an interest in modern British painting and drawing opened Albemarle Gallery on Piccadilly. The gallery featured over 100 artists in its first three and a half years. The gallery closed in 1993. Glazebrook died in 2009.
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