Henry Miller’s Fine Art exhibition will open at the Framers Gallery in London on the 4th December. 

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The exhibition will feature work that spans across several centuries as well as styles including paintings, drawings, prints and photographs from the 17th Century to the present day.

On display from the 4th December, the exhibition features work from the Henry Miller Collection – including a rare painting created by Sir Noel Coward titled The Duet.

Other artists to be featured in the show includes Keith Vaughan, Richard Hamilton, Duncan Grant, Paul Cadmus, Michael Leonard, Oliver Messel and photographers Wilhelm von Gloeden, Guglielmo Pluschow, Arthur Tress and Emil Cadoo.

Meanwhile, coinciding with the exhibition, Wednesday 13th December art historian and author Patrick Bade will be giving a lecture ‘Queer Art from Wilde to Wolfenden’ exploring gay British artists and homoeroticism in art over the 150 years before the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in 1967.

The Henry Miller Fine Art is a gallery which specialises in art surrounding the male form and is based in East London. The collection is contained and displayed all year-round within Henry Miller’s own recently restored period home, which lends itself naturally to being a gallery space. Henry Miller Fine Art regularly hosts exhibitions of the collection at selected galleries in central London, as well as at its home gallery space.

Henry Miller Fine Art Winter Exhibition will be on display at the Framers Gallery from the 4th to the 16th December. For more information visit: http://www.theframersgallery.co.uk/exhibitions.html

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