richeldis fine art
Richeldis Fine Art is a touring art gallery and consultancy representing leading and emerging contemporary artists with an emphasis on minimal abstract art, alongside key British Modern works.
For almost a decade, alongside hosting an eclectic program of exhibitions throughout the year, Richeldis Fine Art has acted as a consultancy sourcing unique collections for private collectors, designers, developers and public institutional buyers.
Richeldis Fine Art provides a compelling and passionate approach to building art collections. Offering an experienced understanding and eye for discovering, sourcing and curating artworks of quality and intrigue.
Ranging from the ancient to conceptual, renowned to undiscovered.
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Gallery Director Emma Richeldis North is a History of Art and Improvisational Jazz piano graduate with over a decade of experience curating critically acclaimed profit and non-profit exhibitions, and acting as a consultant for private and public collectors globally. She has been an art consultant for the best part of the last decade, and has curated national and international exhibitions for both profit and non-profit museums and galleries. Emma has also acted as a fine art advisor for a hedge fund and as a consultant for several private investors.
In 2010 Emma Richeldis North and friend Jane McGill founded ‘The Horsebox Gallery’. Considered the first global contemporary touring art gallery & consultancy 'on the move’ with Tatler commenting “Next time you fancy investing in art, don't feel you have to run the gauntlet of over-obsequious gallery owners in the West End. Or auction houses bedazzling you with their machine-gun bidding. Oh no. The world is now a changed place!”. Their aim was to take expert art & consultancy directly to the comfort of collectors homes, offices and at private events. This developed into converting a 26ft horsebox into a touring gallery which took their artist's work on the move.
In 2015 Emma Richeldis North continued the bespoke ethos with a new gallery focussed on minimal abstract and contemporary artists.