Founded by Adrian Mibus in 1973, Whitford Fine Art remains a family business that offers private clients and museums forty years of experience. The gallery is situated in St. James’s, the heart of the central London gallery district, and it participates in international art fairs in London, New York and Palm Beach. Over the years the gallery’s interests have shifted from the arts of the 19th century (with a focus on Belle Epoque, Orientalism, Symbolism and Vienna Secession) to 20th century movements, including French Cubism, Modernism, British Pop Art and International Post-War painting and sculpture. During the 1980s, the gallery traded as Whitford and Hughes and publicised the Belgian movements of Luminism and Expressionism by organizing exhibitions and actively supporting the artists Bram Bogart, Paul Van Hoeydonck and Joseph Lacasse.
C.R.A.B. / K.K.A.B. (Chambre Royale des Antiquaires et des Négociants en Œuvres d’art de Belgique / Koninklijke Kamer van de Antiquairs en Kunsthandelaars van België ), S.L.A.D. (The Society of London Art Dealers)
La Biennale Paris, Masterpiece London,