Familiar surroundings with a twist


After opening the gallery in Burnham Market, an opportunity presented itself to open another new gallery in our old stomping ground of Holt. Our gallery is located at Unit B, Feathers Yard, Holt, Norfolk, NR25 6BF just around the corner from our old site on the high street.

A change of scenery

Burnham Market

Jeremy Barlow Fine Art moved to Burnham Market from Holt in late 2021. It opened in November 2021, the beautiful Grade II listed building houses some of the very finest British contemporary and worldwide reknowned art.

The gallery is located at 17 Ulph Place, Overy Road, Burnham Market, PE31 8HQ

A legacy remains

Jeremy barlow, roi 1945 - 2020

November 2020 saw the untimely passing of Jeremy Barlow. He passed away suddenly but peacefully at his home in Cley-Next-The-Sea in North Norfolk.

The Show Must Go On

Family Connections

In June 2017 Toby Barlow, Jeremy's son, took the reigns of the business. Since then Jeremy Barlow Fine Art has expanded into Greetings Cards, both for retail and wholesale, boasting a large and diverse distributor base as well as offering pictures and prints to be available worldwide for the first time.

The Manor House

Jeremy Barlow Fine Art Heads To Holt

After building on the success of the Saxlingham Gallery, we opened the Holt Gallery in October 2011. Situated on the main High Street of this picturesque Georgian Market Town with strong Royal connections, it swiftly became the busier of the two galleries serving both as an exhibition location and also as a continuing rolling exhibition housing the entire Archival Print collection at the time.

The Saxlingham Gallery

Jeremy Barlow Fine Art

2007 saw the opening of the Saxlingham Gallery at Warners End Farm in the Norfolk village of Saxlingham, near Holt. Housed in a 17th century converted barn this gallery quietly launched the business to what it has become today.

In The Press

The Times, The Independent, The Eastern Daily Press

Jeremy's always been at the forefront of the contemporary art scene with regular national and regional press coverage

The Early Years

The Ringstead Gallery, Norfolk

The gallery, run by Don and Margaret Greer, housed Jeremy's summer exhibition every year during August. It always proved extremely popular with queues starting to form from around 4am on the opening day