Recently we attended the Private View of Luke Martineau’s latest exhibition ‘Across the Water’ at Panter and Hall’s new galleries, around the corner from Jermyn Street. The exhibition runs until 24th October. Luke Martineau is one of the most successful young figurative painters working in Britain today.
His talent for capturing light on water is well known and the current exhibition of recent paintings celebrates that ability.
Jermyn Street: Luke Martineau at Panter and Hall
‘Across the Water’ draws together his impressions of two years travels, around Britain and the eastern seaboard of the United States in one of his most spectacular collections to date.
His fans include novelist and collector Joanna Trollope. After Eton and Oxford Luke Martineau studied at Heatherley’s School of Art before beginning to paint professionally in the mid 1990’s.
He exhibits regularly at the Royal Society of Portrait Painters and has shown at both the Hunting Art Prize and the Laing Landscape Competition. Luke’s reputation is now well established on the London art market, he has two sell out West End one man shows to his credit and a number of high profile portrait commissions have led to a long waiting list of sitters
The paintings are now available for sale.If on Jermyn Street it’s worth popping down.
Panter and Hall (11-12 Pall Mall, London, SW1Y 5LU)