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Mayor Gallery, The


The Mayor Gallery was founded originally as the Redfern Gallery in 1925 by Fred Mayor (1903-1973), who gave it the current name in 1933 when he became partners with the art collector Douglas Cooper. (Mayor's father was the British artist William Frederick Mayor [1866-1916], also known as Fred Mayor.) The Gallery specialized in 20th century British, European, and American paintings, drawings, and sculpture, and was also the center of UNIT ONE, a group that included Henry Moore, Ben Nicholson, Paul Nash, Edward Wadsworth, Edward Burra, and others. James Mayor, Fred's son, took over the Gallery after his father's death.

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