Whitford Fine Art
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Together with Louise Whitford, Adrian founded the Whitford Gallery in 1973. Operating from premises in Belgravia, the Whitford Gallery dealt in Belle Epoque, Orientalism, Pre-Raphaelites, Symbolism and Vienna Secession. When in 1980 the Whitford Gallery associated with David Hughes, the gallery moved to its current premises on 6 Duke Street, St. James's. Whitford and Hughes continued dealing in the arts of 1880-1930 and developed a distinctive specialisation in Belgian painting and French inter-war Cubism. Their exhibition catalogues have become collectables for anybody with an interest in these fields.
After David Hughes' retirement in 1992, Adrian continued the gallery as Whitford Fine Art. He has since refocused on French and British 20th Century art, including the movements of Cubism, Modernism, Ecole de Paris, Post-war Abstraction and British Pop Art. Over the years, Adrian has been involved in the forming of high-profile private and public collections both in the fields of the fine and decorative arts. Over three decades his interests have developed and altered but always proven to be visionary. Remaining one step ahead of the market Adrian continues offering clients a safe investment.
Adrian Mibus' keen eye for collecting, his enthusiastic personality and visionary have been the subject of many magazine reviews, including 'Vogue Living' (Oct-Nov 1992), 'Architectural Digest'(Italy, May 1993), 'Ambiente, Die Kunst zu Leben', (April 1994), Elle Decoration (Dec-Jan 1995), Saturday Times Magazine (May 2004), 'Architectural Digest' (Italy, Oct. 2006), The Times Magazine (Nov 2014).
An Jo Fermon
Born in Belgium, An Jo obtained a Masters Degree in History of Art at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Louvain in 1993. After completing a post-graduate at the same university and an internship at the Royal Museums of Art and History, Brussels, she moved to London in 1994. Following studies at Christie's, she started collaborating with Whitford Fine Art, researching the field of 20th century art. In 2002, An Jo published, in collaboration with Marco Livingstone, the catalogue raisonné on the work of British Pop artist Clive Barker; in addition, she preserves the Clive Barker Archives.
An Jo is researching the field of 20th Century Painting and Sculpture and is preparing publications on French painter Mildred Bendall and Belgian Abstractionist Joseph Lacasse.
Renata Molina Lopes
Renata completed her BA in Advertising & Marketing in her native Brazil before obtaining an MA in History of Art at Birkbeck College, London. Renata joined Whitford in 2006 in a client liaison and office manager role. Currently, in addition to her role as client liaison, she is also responsible for all of the gallery's marketing, PR & communication, advertising and social media campaigns.
Born in Venice to Italian-French parents, Gabriel graduated from Birkbeck College with a BA in History of Art in 2004. He joined Whitford in 2006 and manages the gallery stock, supplier relationships, multiple websites, the gallery visual appearance and written publications. Gabriel is also currently responsible for the gallery's marketing, PR & communication, advertising and social media campaigns. In addition, Gabriel contributes to the Learning, Volunteer and Services department at the British Museum and lectures privately in art.