List of Art Galleries in the Yorkshire Wolds

There are a number of art galleries in or near the Yorkshire Wolds:

If you are aware of a gallery that is missing please email us

Number 18 Gallery
18 Exchange Street
East Yorkshire
YO25 6LJ

Tel 01377 241512

There are prints, photographs & art cards by many artists including Ian Mitchell, Miranda Watson, John Sibson, Kate Wyatt & Giuliana Lazzerini.

No. 18 also offers an in-house picture framing service.


Tuesday to Friday 9am to 4.30pm Saturday 9am to 12pm

Contact: Karen Cross

Robert E Fuller
Fotherdale Farm, Thixendale, Malton, YO17 9LS
Tel: 01759 368 355

Robert E Fuller is one of Britain’s foremost wildlife artists. His paintings sell all over the world and his trademark, highly-detailed images have been adopted at home by the RSPB and the National Trust. He has exhibited in wildlife galleries across Europe and up to 7,000 people visit his own gallery in North Yorkshire each year.

The Acorn Gallery
5 Market Place, Pocklington, East Yorkshire, YO42 2AS
Tel: 01759 307652
An art gallery dealing in contemporary art, local artists and limited editions from Washington Green as well as original art.

Five Pennies, East Street, Kilham, Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25 4RE
PHONE: 01262 420068

Tony and Eileen Hogan are experienced professional artists who also run “Art Breaks in Yorkshire” Art Holiday Courses, from their country cottage home/studio in the magnificent Yorkshire Wolds village of Kilham.

Gallery 49
1 Market Place, Old Town Bridlington, YO16 4QJ
Tel: 01262 679472

Situated in the Market Place of the Georgian Old Town area of Bridlington, Gallery 49 occupies two floors of a listed building and has four exhibition spaces showing Paintings, Sculpture, Jewellery and Ceramics by contemporary British artists.

Richard Burton Art Centre
19 Main Street, Buckton, Bridlington, East Yorkshire, YO15 1HU
Tel: 01262 850296

A selection of Original Paintings and Prints are displayed on the website and can be purchased at the Art Centre or through the website.

The Triton Gallery
Sledmere House, Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25 3XG
Tel: 01377 236637

The magnificent building opposite the entrance to Sledmere House was built in the 1840s as a ‘Model Farm’, part of which now houses the Triton Gallery. During the season there will be a series of exhibitions by leading local artists and a chance to purchase works of art.

Henderson Fine Arts
18 Church Street, Welton, Brough, HU15 1NH

Henderson Fine Arts is a family owned gallery, situated in the village of Welton in the beautiful East Riding of Yorkshire.

Wolds Village Art Gallery, Restaurant & Tea Room
Manor Farm, Bainton, England, YO25 9EF

Situated in the Heart of the Yorkshire Wolds, an area which has inspired many local artists including David Hockney, who has a large body of work based on this area. “Tall Trees at Warter” was painted less than 5 miles away.

Beverley Art Gallery
Treasure House, Champney Road, Beverley, HU17 8HE

There are two exhibition galleries at Beverley Art Gallery. The first of these shows works from the permanent collection, which includes the largest collection of works by celebrated local artist Fred Elwell and his wife Mary Dawson Elwell. More information on the Elwells is available below. The gallery also has a display chest in which smaller items from the permanent collection, and those sensitive to light, are displayed. The world’s largest cattle painting, “A Panic” is on permanent display here.

The second of the two galleries shows a programme of temporary exhibitions of local artists and touring exhibitions.

Ferens Art Gallery
Hull City Council, Queen Victoria Square, Hull, HU1 3RA

Ferens Art Gallery

The gallery’s permanent collection of paintings and sculpture spans artistic periods from medieval times to the present day. The collection includes European Old Masters, portraiture, marine paintings, and modern and contemporary British art. Highlights include masterpieces by Frans Hals, Antonio Canaletto, Stanley Spencer, David Hockney, Helen Chadwick and Gillian Wearing.




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