The Small Paintings Group


In 1989 Peter Peterson RBA realised a long held idea to form a society to exhibit small paintings. So together with Dennis Gilbert NEAC, Sandra Pepys LPS and Cinzia Bonada RBA, he founded The Small Paintings Group. The inaugural exhibition was held at The Duncan Miller Gallery, Flask Walk, Hampstead on 1st December 1991.

The membership consists of about 35 distinguished and eclectic artists, many of whom paint on a larger scale. The paintings are limited to twelve inches in height and width and can be in any medium. These are 'cabinet' sized and intimate paintings - easy to place and affordable.

The Group exhibits annually at the Piers Feetham Gallery, Fulham Road, London SW6 and usually has at least two shows per annum in prestigious established Galleries in London and the Southern Counties of England.

Since its inauguration The Group has had at least thirty exhibitions in these various Galleries: Piers Feetham Gallery, Fulham; Russell Gallery, Putney; Chappel Galleries, Colchester; Gallery 54, Mayfair and several others.

Visit us at The Piers Feetham Gallery Christmas Exhibition

Jane Corsellis - The Narrowboat by Richmond Bridge

The Piers Feetham Gallery in Fulham Road is showing new paintings by our members from the 7th of December 2017 to 27th January 2018.

Please note: The gallery will be closed between the 24th of December to the 8th of January re-opening on the 9th.

Opening Times: Tuesday to Friday 10am - 6pm, Saturday 10am - 1pm

Piers Feetham Gallery
475 Fulham Road

See our Exhibitions Page for more details.


Take a look at our work

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You can also view all our artists and their paintings here

  • Ann Heat - Torn Lace I
  • Linda Sutton - La Forza (Strength)
  • Judith Gardner - Cornfields in Summer Light
  • Louise Diggle - Chinese State Visit, Mall
  • Barbara Richardson - Still Life with a Silver Bowl and Green Stripes
  • Louise Diggle - Late Autumn Light, Kensington Gardens