100 Figures: The Unseen Art of Quentin Blake

SE1 Picture Frames recently framed a new exhibition for the House of Illustration, 100 Figures: The Unseen Art of Quentin Blake. This exhibition features large-scale pieces created between 1950-2000 and reveals Blake’s experimentation with materials paint and form. Showing at the the House of Illustration until the 27th January 2019.  


Museum Meermanno – Quintin Blake

SE1 Picture Frames recently framed a new exhibition for Museum Meermanno in the Netherlands. The exhibition, Quintin Blake’s friends: Matilda, Mr. Stink and the Minions will run from 6 October 2018 through 3 March 2019 at the House of The Book, Museum Meermanno. The exhibition will cover an overview of the complete oeuvre of the illustrator Quentin Blake. In […]


Andrew Salgado’s ‘Nature Boy’ at Beers London. Framed by SE1 Picture Frames

SE1 Picture Frames recently framed a new body of work by Canadian artist Andrew Salgado. ‘Nature Boy’ is Salgado latest exhibition at Beers London.  The show runs for 3 days only from the 1st to the 3rd June. 


Andrew Salgado DIRTY LINEN & THE NIHILIST’S ALPHABET

SE1 Picture Frames recently framed a new body of work by Canadian artist, Andrew Salgado, that was shown at the Christopher Moller gallery in Cape Town, South Africa. The exhibition, Dirty Linen & The Nihilist’s Alphabet, debuted at the Cape Town Art Fair (Feb 16-18) and then traveled to Christopher Moller Gallery from the end of […]


Enid Marx: Print, Pattern and Popular Art – House of Illustration

SE1 Picture Frames recently framed a landmark exhibition celebrating the mid-century designer Enid Marx. Enid Marx (1902-1998) was a textile designer, printmaker and illustrator. The exhibition coincides with the 20th anniversary of her death and is the most comprehensive retrospective of her work mounted in the last 40 years. It brings together over 150 pieces from private […]


Made in North Korea: Everyday Graphics from the DPRK framed SE1 Picture Frames

SE1 Picture Frames recently did the picture framing for a new Exhibition at the House of Illustration; Made in North Korea: Everyday Graphics from the DPRK. The exhibition displays the collection of Nicholas Bonner, the foremost expert on North Korean graphic culture, tourism and film, who has led tours to the country for 25 years. The exhibition […]


Shirley Sheerwood Gallery, Botanical exhibition

SE1 Picture Frames recently framed a new exhibition of over 80 works by Australian and international artists illustrating the richness and diversity of plants grown by the Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust. The exhibition shows Kew’s connection with Australia through 89 works of art on plants growing in the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney and the surrounding area. This […]


Lucinda Rogers: On Gentrification, Framed at SE1 Picture Frames

SE1 Picture Frames recently framed a new exhibition for The House of Illustration, Lucinda Rogers: On Gentrification. Drawing directly from life, Lucinda Rogers captures intimate details and broad views of cities around the world. This is the fourth commissioned exhibition by The House of Illustration where Lucinda explores the relationship between old and new, focussing on East London’s […]


Gerald Scarfe: Stage and Screen. Framed at SE1 Picture Frames

SE1 Picture Frames recently framed over 80 works on paper for a Gerald Scarfe exhibition at the House of Illustration. This is the first major exhibition of production designs by celebrated political cartoonist Gerald Scarfe. The exhibition explores Scarfe’s extensive but little-known production designs, storyboards, costumes and props from Pink Floyd’s The Wall, Disney’s Hercules and […]


Jacqueline Ayer: Drawing on Thailand – Framed at SE1 Picture Frames

SE1 Picture Frames recently framed a new exhibition for the House of Illustration, Jacqueline Ayer: Drawing on Thailand. Jacqueline Ayer’s picture books were fist published in the US in the 1960’s and depicted family life around the back lanes of Bangkok. The exhibition displays Ayer’s drawings and also looks at her textile designs, still used […]