Oakham Contemporary is an exciting contemporary art gallery. Home to both established contemporary artists and the leading emerging artists, Oakham Contemporary has become one of the most talked about independent contemporary online art galleries.
Oakham Contemporary is located in Oakham, the county town of Rutland, England's smallest county. Our philosophy is that we only sell what we love and what we would hang in our own homes. Oakham Contemporary do not specialise in any particular genre, preferring an eclectic portfolio that caters, hopefully, for all tastes.
Oakham Contemporary, Oakham Fine Art and The Rutland Gallery are the galleries of Oakham Galleries Ltd. The Oakham Galleries were founded by John Jolley who has bought, collected and sold art for over twenty years. John lives in Oakham, Rutland and is always available to discuss a particular artwork with you.
If you are an artist and you are interested in our representing your work then we do periodically consider artist submissions. Please forward a current CV with some example image files of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be pleased to consider them.
View art in your own home
If you are located within central England and you would like to view a particular painting (on display in the online gallery) in the comfort of your own home then please let us know. We will be pleased to bring an artwork to you. Just contact us with a convenient date and time and we will arrange this for you.
All online purchases come with a 14 day money back guarantee.
Should you decide that an artwork is not for you then return it to us within the 14 day guarantee period and we will be pleased to provide you with a full refund. No questions asked! Full Terms and Conditions are available HERE.
Complimentary Art Insurance
All art purchased from Oakham Contemporary includes 30 days complimentary Art Insurance Cover from Ultimart Insurance.
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Notable Oakham Fine Art collection highlights include: Jack Vettriano's very first painting, his interpretation of Monet's Poppy Fields and the "Fifth Beatle"Stuart Sutcliffe's Beatles artwork, The Beatles Tree.
If you would like further information on any of our artworks then please do not hesitate to Contact Us.