• A SHOWCASE OF EXTRAORDINARY PIECES

  • "The first gallery in London offering the finest of Mid Century Modern"
  • A SHOWCASE OF EXTRAORDINARY PIECES

  • "The first gallery in London offering the finest of Mid Century Modern"
  • A SHOWCASE OF EXTRAORDINARY PIECES

  • 20th Century Design | Contemporary Art | Street Art
  • LAMBERTY ART

  • 20th Century Design | Contemporary Art | Street Art
  • EXCITING AND INVESTABLE ART

  • 20th Century Design | Contemporary Art | Street Art

A SHOWCASE OF EXTRAORDINARY PIECES

"The first gallery in London offering the finest of Mid Century Modern" SEE THE COLLECTION

A SHOWCASE OF EXTRAORDINARY PIECES

"The first gallery in London offering the finest of Mid Century Modern" see the collection

A SHOWCASE OF EXTRAORDINARY PIECES

20th Century Design | Contemporary Art | Street Art SEE THE COLLECTION

LAMBERTY ART

20th Century Design | Contemporary Art | Street Art See collection

EXCITING AND INVESTABLE ART

20th Century Design | Contemporary Art | Street Art See collection

ABOUT LAMBERTY GALLERY

Andrew Lamberty founded his gallery in 1997, and it has been a busy and pioneering showcase for extraordinary pieces ever since. Lamberty sources and sells the very best in 20th century design. We were the first gallery in London offering the finest of Mid Century Modern including a back catalogue of blue onyx and aluminium tables by Ado Chale, unique pieces by Phillipe Hiquily, Curtis Jere, Jean Prouve, Jacques Adnet, early Paul Evans studio work, Giacometti furniture, Roger Capron tile work pieces, Robert Goossens for Chanel, Carlo Mollino interior design for the lutrario club in Turin, and Roberto Rida glass commodes by commission.

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FEATURED PRODUCTS

Lamberty in the media

Andrew has had a media career spanning 11 years. He took part in four seasons of channel 4’s Four Rooms, a season with Auction Heroon BBC 2, and latterly a cameo role in Sky Art’s feature mockumentary TheBanksy Job. 

‘It’s been a lot of fun, and the Four Rooms experience put me in front of a lotinteresting people and pieces. I have a few favourite items - the Concorde nosecone, the Chapman Brothers earliest sculpture, and the wonderful MedievalJapanese Katana owned by a former Shogun. The series really showcased thevariety of objects that have been created by human kind and also the richnessof our lucky lives to be finding homes for these superb creations.’

I have also co-curated with James Perkins two exotic sales at Aynhoe Park, which was a lot of fun and very rewarding. 

Visit to Francis Bacon's Country Home

In this video, Andrew Lamberty travels to Suffolk to meet David Edwards to acquire some of Francis Bacon's lost treasures

Tycoon buys nose of Concorde for £100,000 (now he has to tell his wife)

The Banksy Job

A heist movie, screwball comedy and documentary all rolled into one bigpaint splattered ball

Aynhoe Park

The January 2021 auction contents of the 17th century Grade I Palladian country house, Aynhoe Park in Oxfordshire, were offered by Dreweatts in a three-day auction titled Aynhoe Park: The Celebration of a Modern Grand Tour, from 20 - 22 January 2021. Aynhoe Park achieved the global accolade of ‘Best Venue’ and has played host to celebrities from the music, film and fashion worlds.

Channel 4: Four Rooms

Watch the programme