Ogier will play host to an impressive selection of art, including post-impressionist landscapes and contemporary paintings, for the public to view.
This latest exhibition follows on from two previous successful exhibitions that Ogier hosted in conjunction with London fine art experts Gladwell & Patterson, which saw hundreds of islanders come to Ogier’s offices at 44 Esplanade to enjoy art that has never been exhibited before in Jersey.
The latest selection of paintings represents the pinnacle of the post-impressionist movement, with works by Gustave Loiseau, Francis Picabia and Pierre Eugene Montezin on display, alongside contemporary paintings.
Simon Dinning, head of corporate at Ogier, said: “We are very pleased to welcome Gladwell & Patterson back to Ogier to exhibit some of their stunning works of art.
“We are particularly looking forward to working alongside local sixth form colleges and inviting art students to our offices to view the paintings and find out more about them. As the collection has a particular focus on the influential post-impressionist school, we are hoping that having the opportunity to see these paintings will help bring students’ studies to life.”
The public exhibition will be held on Thursday 18 October 8.00am-3.00pm at Ogier’s offices at 44 Esplanade. Entry is free.