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  • Newlyn School of Art

    Newlyn School of Art

    The Newlyn School of Art is a dynamic and innovative art school situated in the heart of the famous artistic colony of Newlyn in Cornwall and LSG is delighted to have been selected to exhibit work by their tutors |Anthony Garratt | Gareth Edwards | Jessica Cooper | Luke Frost | David Paton | Mark Surridge| Sam Bassett | Hannah Woodman.

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  • Vanishing Lines

    Vanishing Lines

    Fred (Fen) Ingrams, once the centre of Soho's Eighties art scene escapes to East Anglia (and LSG)

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  • Spring Fever

    Spring Fever

    SPRING COLLECTION

    We really feel we’ve blossomed this year with our collection of spring fresh work from across the counties to delight and brighten your home.

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  • Three Must Sees in Cambridge

    Three Must Sees in Cambridge

    Gaudier Brzeska | Kettle’s Yard | New Rythm | until 21st June

    The Rothchild Bronzes | Fitzwilliam Museum | until 9th August

    LSG | The Field | until 28th March (last but not least!)

    Selected work from six highly regarded English artists working in the landscape oeuvre.

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  • SHOP | PRINT | SHOP | PRINT | SHOP | PRINT

    SHOP | PRINT | SHOP | PRINT | SHOP | PRINT

    Phew! Our online print shop now open for business
    We’ve been dipping our toes into the brave new world of online commerce and are very pleased to announce that our online print shop is open for business!
    Rosemary Vann’s delicious limited edition screenprints have proved a favourite at LSG and now they are now available to purchase online. With prices from £75.00 they make an excellent

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  • Time for a Cornish Retreat?

    Time for a Cornish Retreat?

    Get set for winter with a well-deserved autumn break at Fifteen The Digey, St Ives – Lynne Strover’s Cornish retreat.

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  • LSG’s Summer of Colour

    LSG’s Summer of Colour

    This summer, we’ve fallen in love with this gorgeous Fenland potato field painting by Fred Ingrams. We’ll be showcasing his work at the Cambridge City Art Fair, 9-12 October alongside other artists including Rosemary Vanns, Sam Hall, Adrian Parnell and Peter Joyce. Look foward to seeing you there.

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  • Come what May!

    Come what May!

    We’ve had a busy time since Andrew Nairne, Director of Kettle’s Yard opened our ’1989-2014 and counting’ 25th anniversary exhibition and sale.

    Our 25th anniversary celebrations continue apace with our forthcoming Peter Joyce exhibition. There’s always something to see or do here at Lynne Strover Gallery. We’re looking forward to seeing you over the summer.

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  • Don’t be Bleak this Midwinter

    Don’t be Bleak this Midwinter

    2014 starts with a spectacular achievement : Lynne Strover Gallery is celebrating its twenty-fifth year in Cambridge.

    To mark this auspicious year LSG will be holding a number of extra special open events and exhibitions so do keep an eye on our website.

    And there are lots of places worth a visit on a cold winters day

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  • October 2013 Newsletter | Awesome Autumn and all that Art…

    October 2013 Newsletter | Awesome Autumn and all that Art…

    With these bright Autumn days casting crisp shadows across our sculptures, Lynne Strover Gallery never stops – there’s always so much to do.

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  • Hazy Days of Summer | July Newsletter

    Hazy Days of Summer | July Newsletter

    It’s been hazy, occasionally crazy, (did you hear about our Secret Supper?) and yes, we have been a little lazy….We might prefer to bask in glorious sunshine all day but there is work to be done and in the continuum that is running an art gallery there are places to go people to see.

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  • Cacophony of Colour | June 2013

    Cacophony of Colour | June 2013

    We did it! Nothing is ever simple but with dogged determination our ‘Harmony of the Year’exhibition had mentions in the Nationals: World of Interiors,and The Guardian Guide. In the meantime we continued with our calendar of events, The distinguished duo, Tim Knox, new director of the Fitzwilliam Museum and our acclaimed artist Nicholas Rena provided the 60-strong audience with insights into contemporary art from the perspective of curator, collector and artist.

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  • We’ve diversified… | April Newsletter

    We’ve diversified… | April Newsletter

    The gallery opened it’s doors to members of the ART FUND for a fundraising event. Every little helps.

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  • Liz Sommerville | Talk

    Liz Sommerville | Talk

    SATURDAY 23rd MARCH 2 – 4 pm
    Liz Somerville will be in the gallery to discuss her fascination with the printmaking process and influences she gains from living the ‘Good Life’ in rural Dorset.

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  • Pots, Paintings & Prints

    Pots, Paintings & Prints

    We aren’t ‘starry eyed’ or ‘vaguely discontented’ …(courtesy Rogers and Hammerstein) but Spring is definitely in the air here in Fen Ditton. It has been a long winter and we are feeling restless waiting with eager anticipation for work to arrive for our next show; Pots, Paintings and Prints. There is plenty to be getting on with, now those plinths are are out of storage they are looking in serious need a lick of paint before they can be used…any volunteers?

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  • Home is Where the Art is

    Home is Where the Art is

    January is a month of anticipation and 2013 at the Strover Gallery has some excellent exhibitions to look forward to. No time to lose, high focus for the gallery thanks to the Cambridgeshire Journal where Lynne, her stylish home and gallery are featured in an inspiring eight page article, ‘Home Is Where the Art Is’. Alice Ryan, editor, describes Lynne’s nineteenth century school house as ‘A period property filled with eye-catching contemporary art.

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  • December Newsletter

    December Newsletter

    As 2012 draws to a close it is inevitable that we begin to look back on the year and reflect on all that has passed. Between building a new website, showing our first Royal Academician and introducing a select group of new artists to the gallery – this year has been one of steep learning curves, certainly, but also, this year of intense hard work has laid the foundation for a very exciting leap into 2013!

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  • Christmas Show 2012

    Christmas Show 2012

    Enjoy the festive feast for the eyes we have in store… Brightening the fen-land fog this winter will be: flights of fancy by Christopher Marvell; jewel bright concoctions from Emma Dunbar; textural enigmas by Arthur Neal and Absolutely Fabulous paintings by Henrietta Dubrey.

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  • October Newsletter

    October Newsletter

    Early October heralded the beginning of our Stephen Chambers exhibition of paintings and prints. We were pleased to welcome so many people to the Private View on the 13th and shared their wonder at Stephen’s arresting and thought provoking images. There was much fascination with his printing techniques especially the Trouble Meets Trouble series of etchings with chine collé (something of a trade secret).

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  • September Newsletter

    September Newsletter

    Without an exhibition on show, you might think September has been a time of peace and quiet at the Gallery – not so! Between working on our new website and preparing for our next show, September has been a very hectic month indeed! With so many new developments Ella Banfield, a recent graduate from Exeter University has taken control of all things technological.

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Press

  • Cambridge Magazine

    Cambridge Magazine

    February 2016

    Article featured in Cambridge Magazine on artist Fred Ingrams before his solo exhibition at the Lynne Strover Gallery.

  • Cambridge Evening News

    Cambridge Evening News

    April 2014

    Cambridge Evening News features Lynne Strover Gallery in their Cambridge Business section. Sue Elliot explores Lynne’s knack for talent spotting.

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  • Cambridgeshire Journal | Summer 2013

    Cambridgeshire Journal | Summer 2013

    June 2013

    Editor Alice Ryan visits Lynne Strover’s beautiful home and interviews her about her stylish interior and inherent eye for art.

    This stunning eight-page feature offers readers a rare glimpse into the gallery.

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  • The World of Interiors

    The World of Interiors

    June 2013

    Stella Benjamin, weaver brings seven never-before-seen rugs to Cambridge…

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  • Cambridge Edition | Arts & Culture

    Cambridge Edition | Arts & Culture

    March 2013

    Arts Columnist Ruthie Collins highlights Lynne Strover Gallery as a place to visit.

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  • Cambridge Journal | Arts & Culture

    Cambridge Journal | Arts & Culture

    March 2013

    Taking time out… Cambridgeshire Journal rates Lynne Strover Gallery’s new exhibition.

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  • Cambridge News | Arts Focus

    Cambridge News | Arts Focus

    February 2013

    In their new Thursday feature, Art Focus, Debra Fox of Cambridge News describes the intrinsic value of the works featured in the current exhibition.

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  • Star Radio | Business Hub

    Star Radio | Business Hub

    February 2013

    Interviewed by Ann Hawkins of The Inspired Group, Lynne Strover talks about her experiences of setting up a business nearly 25 years ago. Listen now to hear her views on; “If I knew then what I know now…”

    A must for all those thinking of starting in business…

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  • Cambridgeshire Journal | Home is where the art is

    Cambridgeshire Journal | Home is where the art is

    Janruary 2013

    Editor Alice Ryan visits Lynne Strover’s beautiful home and interviews her about her stylish interior and inherent eye for art.

    This stunning eight-page feature offers readers a rare glimpse into the gallery.

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  • Cambridge Edition | Arts & Culture

    Cambridge Edition | Arts & Culture

    Janruary 2013

    In this ever-popular Arts and Culture feature Editor Nicola Foley shows off some of the best bits from the Winter Exhibition highlighting the impact art can have on an interior.

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  • Cambridge 105 | Arts Round-Up

    Cambridge 105 | Arts Round-Up

    December 2012

    In this edition we visit the Open College of Art’s poetry workshop at Darwin college, investigate comedy nights with the Twisted Willow theatre, talk to the authors at Askance publishing, interview a Bosnian film maker and take a gallery tour with Lynne Strover in Fen Ditton.

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  • Cambridge Style | Henrietta Dubrey

    Cambridge Style | Henrietta Dubrey

    December 2012

    TBC

  • Country Homes & Interiors | Dubrey

    Country Homes & Interiors | Dubrey

    November 2012

    TBC

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  • Cambridge News | Henrietta Dubrey

    Cambridge News | Henrietta Dubrey

    November 2012

    An artist whose paintings appeared in BBC comedy series Absolutely Fabulous is sending her latest work to Cambridge.

    Henrietta Dubrey’s abstract oil paintings will form part of a line-up of contemporary artwork on show at the Lynne Strover Gallery in Fen Ditton from December 1.

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  • East Life Magazine | Henrietta Dubrey

    East Life Magazine | Henrietta Dubrey

    November 2012

    Opening at the Lynne Strover Gallery on December 1st, Henrietta Dubrey’s abstract oil paintings form part of an accomplished line up of contemporary art works that will be on show there. This includes Dubrey’s newer figurative series named “Scorcher” and “Looking Back”.

  • Cambridge News | Maggi Hambling

    Cambridge News | Maggi Hambling

    August 2012

    Cycling along the river from Cambridge to the Lynne Strover Gallery in Fen Ditton, I felt increasingly excited at the idea of seeing Maggi Hambling’s work in the flesh for the first time and having my first encounter with the work of Laurence Edwards.

  • My Ideal Home

    My Ideal Home

    September 2012

    Take the 60 second tour – that took 34 years to create at Strover Gallery Cambridge

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  • My Ideal Home

    My Ideal Home

    September 2012

    Take the 60 second tour – that took 34 years to create at Strover Gallery Cambridge

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