Artist Elie Lambert, whose paintings are famous for bringing a fresh perspective to the racecourse, will see his second solo exhibition unveiled at the Osborne Gallery in Knightsbridge this June.
From 19 June until 14 July 2017 Elie's work, combining wit, charm and brilliant colours will showcase the fashionable crowds of race spectators, their clothes as vivid as the jockeys’ silks!
The exhibition at Osborne Studio Gallery, 2 Motcomb St, Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 8JU is free to visit. More information can be found at www.osg.uk.com.
More about the artist
Elie Lambert has sold much of his work through Christies. Tom Rooth, Associate Director of Sporting Art at Christies International, calls his work ‘bold with a vibrant quality’ adding that he has ‘seen his following grow over the years.’
As a jockey Elie joined the stable of a racing grandee, the Vicomte d’Hendecourt. Young Elie always had his sketchbook at hand somewhere, and determined to study art, though a ‘restless pupil’, attending the Academie des Beaux Arts in Brussels, followed by the School of Architecture, for three and a half years.