Charles Hewitt Gallery
THE GALLERY AND FRAMING SHOWROOM HAVE MOVED TO OUR NEW PREMISES:
48 - 54 CHAPEL STREET MARRICKVILLE NSW 2204
02 9565 2050
Charles Hewitt has been involved in the art world for nearly 50 years. During this time he has worked with collectors, artists and galleries all over Australia.
In 1964 Charles Hewitt Frames was established; this business has grown from a one man show to a workforce of 18 people. Charles Hewitt commenced production of water gilded mouldings in 1967 and created the first profiles for Brett Whiteley and Russell Drysdale to emulate their choices in Europe and the USA.
Charles Hewitt Frames has also designed, manufactured and supplied more than 400 frames for the National Gallery in Canberra, including the framing of Jackson Pollock’s iconic painting Blue Poles.
In 1989 Charles Hewitt opened a gallery exhibiting antiquarian prints, by 1992 he was also showing an expanding group of young and emerging artists. After many years in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs he has now consolidated all his businesses in the one building in the culturally vibrant suburb of Marrickville. With a continually developing exhibition schedule of new and established artists and an increasing online presence the future is an exciting one.
The Gallery continues to expand our range of services and welcomes your enquiries:
* Advice on starting and developing private and corporate collections
* Home & office viewing of artworks
* Private and corporate commissions
* Hanging and installation
* Framing and restoration