Towry supports the London Original Print Fair

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Towry, the Wealth Adviser, is delighted to announce its sponsorship of The London Original Print Fair 2012.

At Towry, we are passionate about art and we are delighted to be associated with The Fair

The Fair is the longest-running specialist print fair in the world. This year there will be over 50 exhibitors showing work in the main galleries at the Royal Academy of Arts.There will be a special evening dedicated to the 80th birthday celebrations and accomplishments of influential printmaking artist Sir Peter Blake.

The Fair will also be picking up on the Jubilee theme, with a number of galleries bringing works that relate to Queen and country: Sims Reed Gallery will show Andy Warhol’s iconic lithograph of the Queen and contemporary specialist Paul Stolper will mark the event with Sir Peter Blake’s patriotic Union Jack.

Andrew Fisher, Chief Executive, Towry, commented: “At Towry, we are passionate about art and we are delighted to be associated with The Fair and share the organisers’ ambition to bring art alive and make it more accessible through the medium of print.”

Helen Rosslyn, Director and organiser of the Fair, added: “What people perhaps do not realise about The London Original Print Fair is that whatever major exhibitions are on in London at the same time, visitors can come along to see and buy works by the very same artists at the Fair. This year we will have etchings by Lucian Freud, Damien Hirst, Picasso and a host of modern British artists as well as some German Romantic prints. We are grateful once again to Towry for their support of the 27th Print Fair.

For further information contact: Towry                                 
Rebecca Warren, Manager – Marketing Tel: 01344 828 252
College Hill Tel: 020 7457 2020
Antonia Coad
Carolyn Dealey    towry(at)collegehill(dot)com
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Information on Towry:
Towry is a growing wealth advice and wealth management business, employing 765 people in 21 offices across the United Kingdom and managing £4.5 billion of discretionary client assets (as at 30 June 2011).
Towry offers fee-based independent finance advice and independent investment management services to private individuals with investable assets in excess of £100,000.
The Company’s vision is to be the UK’s leading provider of wealth advice. Towry aims to achieve this by having professionally qualified employees delivering high quality advice and investment management services to clients supported by a robust operational infrastructure.
John Scott & Partners was formed in 1968 and in 2006 the company acquired Towry Law. The merged business was re-launched in 2007 as “Towry Law”. Towry Law acquired Edward Jones Limited in November 2009 and, following integration of this company, the merged business was rebranded as “Towry” in May 2010.
Towry is a private company: the principal shareholders are management and employees and Palamon Capital Partners, one of Europe’s leading private equity firms.
Towry has been listed among Private Client Practitioner’s Top 25 Most Admired Companies for 2011 and is appointed by Camelot to provide holistic financial planning advice to National Lottery winners.

Information on The London Original Print Fair 2012:

The London Original Print Fair is the longest-running specialist print fair in the world. This year they will be celebrating their 27th anniversary exhibiting at the Royal Academy of Arts.
The Fair was founded in 1985 by its Chairman, Gordon Cooke, a Director of The Fine Art Society, London, and a specialist in Modern British Prints. It has been organised since 1987 by its Director, Helen Rosslyn, previously a member of the Print department at Christies.

Enquiries     020 7439 2000
Listings information:
The London Original Print Fair 2012
The Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W10 DBJ
Thursday April 19 – Sunday April 22, 2012
Opening Hours:
Thursday 10am – 9pm
Friday 10am – 10pm
Saturday and Sunday 10am – 6pm

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