Georgia Stoneman Fine Art is a gallery and art consultancy with a unique relationship to contemporary British art thanks to the legacy of Georgia’s late father, renowned printmaker Hugh Stoneman. Started in 2005 as a way of introducing Stoneman’s extraordinary body of work to a bigger audience, we now specialise in contemporary British prints, paintings and sculpture with a particular focus on Cornish contemporary artists.
Thanks to Hugh Stoneman’s remarkable output over a career spanning 30 years, we have rare access to the estates of some of Britain’s most treasured artists, an extensive archive of modern and contemporary British artists alongside an ever-growing stable of painters, print-makers and sculptors working today.
Together with the online gallery, we offer full-scale art consultancy to private clients, interior designers and property developers, designed to make the process of sourcing art for your home or project inspiring and enjoyable. For more information on how we work, click here.
Georgia Stoneman Fine Art is now run by Hugh’s daughter Georgia Stoneman, and Gallery Manager Emily Grimble who joined in 2018.
Emily’s grandfather and Georgia’s parents were friends - long before Emily and Georgia knew of each other. Georgia advertised for someone to help her run the business via Central St Martins where Emily had studied – and the rest is history.
Prior to working at GSFA, she worked at White Cube and assisted contemporary artist Susan Collis. Emily is a practising multi-disciplinary artist herself and shares Georgia’s deep connection to Cornish art in particular, as her grandfather Jonathan Grimble was an Art Dealer in Cornwall specialising in Post-War Modern British Art. He was also the executor of the Sandra Blow Estate in St Ives for approximately 10 years after her death in 2006.
Image: Director Georgia Stoneman and Gallery Manager Emily Grimble