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Harry Moore-Gwyn studied at Oxford University and Christie’s Education before gaining a place on the Graduate Trainee scheme at Sotheby’s London. He has served as chairman of the picture vetting committee for the Winter Olympia Fair and was on the advisory committee for the Works on Paper Fair.
He has also written extensively on art, publishing catalogues on (amongst others) Sir George Clausen, Josef Herman, Sir William Orpen, Rudolf Sauter and Graham Sutherland. His work as a curator has included Kenneth Rowntree (Pallant House Gallery, Chichester and Fry Art Gallery, Saffron Walden) the catalogue of which (also co-written by Harry) was nominated for the 2016 Berger Prize for British Art History. He has also curated: Laurie Lee (Royal Geographical Society for the Works on Paper Fair), Conquest of the Skies (Science Museum (for the Works on Paper fair)) and Walter Bonner Gash (Alfred East Gallery, Kettering). In the summer of 2018 he curated the first major retrospective for thirty years on the British painter Henry Lamb at the Salisbury Museum (travelling to Poole Museum in 2019). His catalogue for the show, Henry Lamb: Out of the Shadows was published by Paul Holberton in the summer of 2018.