Guy Peppiatt started his working life at Dulwich Picture Gallery before joining Sotheby’s British Pictures Department in 1993. He soon specialised in early British drawings and watercolours and took over the running of Sotheby’s Topographical sales. Guy left Sotheby’s in 2004 to work as a dealer in early British watercolours and since 2006 he has shared a gallery on the ground floor of 6 Mason’s Yard, more recently with Harry Moore-Gwyn and Nicholas Shaw. He advises clients and museums on their collections, buys and sells on their behalf and can provide insurance valuations.
Guy Peppiatt Fine Art exhibit as part of Master Drawings New York every January as well as London Art Week in July and December. He has recently curated an exhibition of early British watercolours at Eton College. He has regular exhibitions in the gallery - recent ones including `Bristol School of artists 1820-1860’, `Charles Gore 1729-1807’, `Edward Lear 1812-1888’, `John Linnell and his Contemporaries’ and `Romney and Downman – Works on Paper 170-1820’.