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Art In Mayfair With Ray Richardson

All That Jazz

South London born and bred, Ray Richardson has been described as the 'Martin Scorsese of painting' by GQ and for this year's Art in Mayfair, Ray's painting titled 'Herbie Hancock' has been on display in the shop window at 10 Savile Row.

An avid fan of all sorts of music, northern soul to jazz, blues to R&B, Ray's Harbie Hancock is inspired by the Herbie Hancock album cover, 'Inventions & Dimensions'. The third album by Herbie Hancock, recorded on August 30th, 1963 for Blue Note Records. The work also features the Woolwich Foot Tunnel, close to where Ray continues to live and work.

Herbie Hancock is due to be exhibited at the Zedes Gallery in Brussels in the autumn:

2022 is the second year of support for this West End of London initiative and next year we’ll be showcasing the work of former military man and now artist, Richard Rochester.

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