This website uses cookies to enhance your user experience. If you don't want your experience enhanced, please block cookies in your browser. Okay, I accept
127 The Hill, Burford
Oxon. OX18 4RE
Tel: +44(0)1993 824 464
Mob: +44(0)7582 602 943

About Us

The Brian Sinfield Gallery is one of the most prestigious exhibition spaces outside London for contemporary painting and one of the longest established galleries in the Cotswolds. We specialise in 20th Century, traditional and semi-abstract work by mainly British artists, and also hold a select group of sculpture, mainly bronze. Whether working with widely-acclaimed artists or emerging talent, our focus is on depth, tone and originality. Painters we represent include Fred Cuming RA, Saied Dai, Len Tabner, Peter Kuhfeld and Andrew Hemingway.

We offer an exciting exhibition programme with a mix of solo and group shows details of which can be found on the website. The gallery also runs a brokerage service for higher value paintings as an alternative to selling at auction. Among those sold have been works by Elizabeth Blackadder, Mary Fedden, Alfred Munnings, Kyffin Williams, L. S. Lowry and others.

The gallery is open from Tuesday to Saturday 10am-5pm however appointments can also be made outside these hours if required.

Gallery News


Thursday, 23 October 2014
EXHIBITION OF NEW WORK BY JAKE ATTREE We are now in the second week of this incredible exhibition of new work by Jake Attree, so please do pop in to view these absolutely stunning paintings.... Read more


Wednesday, 22 October 2014
Just in is a v very nice painting by Kyffin Williams. It was purchased in the 1960s by the owner's late father, probably from a London gallery, but it has been in the collection since then, so is... Read more



Thursday, 16 October 2014
The gallery is excited  to have received a stunning new piece of work by Michael Kidd, 'The Party's Over'.  Some may recognise it as the gardens of Ham House.   Please click the... Read more


Thursday, 02 October 2014
NEW WORKS BY PAUL ROBINSON - Paul delights in portraying people in everyday situations with rich humour.  He moved to Norfolk in 1999 where he discovered a new world of bustling seaside towns,... Read more