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Cooke to retire with final exhibition

Gordon Cooke, director of The Fine Art Society, has announced he will retire later this year.

He has worked in the art world for more than 40 years.

Before joining the gallery he was a partner at Garton & Cooke and founded the London Original Print Fair in 1985. He worked as a private dealer from 1988-97, presenting his first show at FAS, Graham Sutherland’s early etchings, in 1993.

Organiser of more than 80 exhibitions during his 20 years at the New Bond Street gallery, he has sold more than 200 works by Samuel Palmer, 350 by JM Whistler and 500 by Walter Sickert.

Before leaving the gallery Cooke will curate a final show, Lasting Impressions, comprised of 50 prints and other works by these three artists. The show runs from October 30-November 21.

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