A new player is on Barnebys! Welsh collectors Richard and Roe Veal just added their dealership company on our platform. Let’s quickly dig into the history of a great British player.

Lark Ascending (2008), Patricia McParlin. Courtesy White Court Art. Lark Ascending (2008), Patricia McParlin. Courtesy White Court Art.

In 2006, the two Veal brothers – long time British art amateurs and collectors – transform their private collection into the root of an art dealership. Finding a name prove to be a bit trickier. Being based in Brecon, what about the translation of the Welsh city name, Aberhonddu? It’s the birth of White Court Art.

Bucchero Vase, Gio Ponti. Courtesy White Court Art. Bucchero Vase, Gio Ponti. Courtesy White Court Art.

Since then, the company has expended the scope of its interest to continental and international artists. The client-reach now covers the whole world. “100% online galleries like ours are growing in popularity as a medium for purchasing art. Established and new collectors often have have their expectations exceeded when they receive their art and see it for the first time in flesh” comment the two brothers. “We believe that good safe return policies remove the fear of online purchasing. It also gives White Court Art a global reach: 85% of our sales go overseas.”

Red (2017), Anna Malikowska. Courtesy White Court Art. Red (2017), Anna Malikowska. Courtesy White Court Art.

From $30 for a Paul Stayne landscape, till $35,200 for a 2016 paiting from Sax Berlin, more than 600 items are available on Barnerbys.

Check all of White Court Art great art now on Barnebys!

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