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Reopening 5th August!

We are delighted to be able to welcome you back from Wednesday 5th August. We will be following all the latest government guidelines and advice to ensure we can offer a safe shopping experience to all our customers. We ask that all shoppers use hand sanitiser when they enter At busy times we may need […] Read more →

Online Bookshop Open and Ready to Send out your orders

From the beginning of May we have been gradually taking orders again on our website . Many thanks to our regular customers who have supported us and welcome to our new customers which we are gaining from many corners of the UK. We are loving having the contact with you all again and it’s really […] Read more →

Important Update regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

In response to the increasing concerns around COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Pallant House Gallery and the Bookshop will be closed from Wednesday 18th March until further notice. However our website is open and we are continuing to accept orders online. If you are expecting an order from us, thank you for your patience and understanding in the […] Read more →

Drawn to Nature: Gilbert White

Drawn to Nature: Gilbert White & the Artists 11 March – 28 June 2020

 at Pallant House Gallery 11 March – 28 June 2020 The natural world as seen through the eyes of Eric Ravilious, John Nash, John Piper and other artists. Since its publication over 200 years ago Gilbert White’s The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne has inspired generations of naturalists, writers and artists. Gilbert White (1720 – 1793) […] Read more →

We Buy Books!

We are always interested in buying books of comparable quality to the ones we list on our website and stock in store. We also buy collections and libraries in all areas of the visual arts. If you have books or prints to sell please contact our buyer, Nicholas Higbee on 01243 787787, or email at […] Read more →

View of Chichester Cathedral Print by John Piper

Chichester Cathedral Roof Appeal & How You Can Help

As our friends at Chichester Cathedral will attest, maintaining nine centuries of built heritage is no easy task. Urgent repairs to the Cathedral’s roofs commenced earlier this year in order to safeguard the building. The roof covering is no longer keeping the Cathedral watertight; moisture is penetrating and damaging the 13th century medieval timber roof […] Read more →