Founded in 2005 by Richard Cobbold and Emma Judd, Cobbold and Judd Fine Art specialises in Post War British Art, with a leaning towards those who taught or studied at the Slade or Camberwell schools of art, and artists with an East Anglian connection. These include Peter Coker RA, Patrick George, Maggi Hambling, Dick Lee, Rodrigo Moynihan, Elinor Bellingham Smith, Colin Self, Annabel Gault, Luke Elwes and Mary Fedden. Exhibitions are held at the Minories in Colchester, Aldeburgh and other locations in Suffolk and London.

Recent exhibitions have included Patrick George: A Retrospective in 2016 and Patrick George: From Prose to Poetry in 2018. These two shows included works from all periods of his career, many of which had not previously been exhibited. Forthcoming shows will feature the work of Dick Lee (1923-2001) and Peter Coker RA, both at the Minories, Colchester.


'Portrait of Hilary Lane', Patrick George