Harry Moore-Gwyn studied at Oxford University and Christie’s Education before working as a graduate trainee at Sotheby’s London. He started dealing independently in 2000 and has since developed his reputation as a dealer in British Paintings, drawings and sculpture with a focus on the period 1870 to 1950, including painters such as the artists of the Bloomsbury Group , John and Paul Nash, John Piper and Graham Sutherland. Primarily dealing through fairs, which have included the BADA Fair, the Grosvenor House Fine Art and Antiques Fair, the Olympia Fairs (for a period serving as Chairman of the Picture Vetting Committee) and the British Art Fair at the Saatchi Gallery, he opened his first gallery on the Third floor at 6 Mason’s Yard in St James’s in 2018, moving to the Ground floor in 2021. His stock is also available for viewing at his home near Chalford in the western part of the Cotswolds. He has also regularly exhibited in New York at the Shepherd W&K Galleries in a well-established occasional exhibition showcasing British art throughout the ages. He has a particular interest in unsung painters of the period, publishing numerous catalogues on twentieth century British art and working with a number of artist’s estates amongst them Lowes Dalbiac Luard, James Boswell and Anthony Devas. In 2015 he co-curated the centenary show on Kenneth Rowntree at the Fry Art Gallery, Saffron Walden and Pallant House, Chichester, the catalogue for which was nominated for the Berger Prize for British Art History in 2016.