U.K.

National flag for United Kingdom Cambridge
Logo for Fine Art Gallery representing David Begbie Sculpture
National flag for United Kingdom Canterbury
Logo Lilford representing David Begbie Sculpture
National flag for United Kingdom Guernsey
Logo ArtParks, International, Guernsey, UK
National flag for United Kingdom Hampshire
Logo green and white for The Garden Gallery Hampshire UK representing sculptor David Begbie
National flag for Scotland Scotland
Dark red logo with letter W for art gallery Watson in Edinburgh

Europe

die Flagge für Österreich Austria
Mariawörth
Hotel Linde Logo in weiss und grün mit David Begbie Figuren
die Flagge für Deutschland Germany
Königswinter/Bonn
Open event images
Galerie Continuum präsentiert David Begbie Skulpturen
die Flagge für Deutschland Germany
Munich
Open event images
Galerie Hegemann Logo präsentiert David Begbie Skulpturen
Greek flag as a country symbol Greece
Mykonos
Logo for Rarity Gallery representing David Begbie Sculpture
Italian flag as a country symbol Italy
Padua, Pietrasanta, Milan
Logo Art Gallery representing David Begbie Sculpture
Montenegro flag as a country symbol Montenegro
Stacks Image 158275
Dutch flag as a country symbol Netherlands
Open event images
whtie bronze and black logo for art gallery
Portuguese flag as a country symbol Portugal
Algarve
Logo artcatto representing David Begbie Sculpture
Swiss flag as a country symbol Switzerland
Open Images
Bel Air Fine Art Galleries logo white typo on black background

More

National flag for the United States United States
San Francisco
Logo for Art Galleries Gefen in San Francisco
National flag for Singapore Asia
Singapore
Red and black typo on white showing Ode To Art Logo
National flag for Australia Australia
Sydney
Art is seen as a background for art consultant typo
Consultants
logo for Aldrin Art Space Organisation
David Begbie in Social Media:
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“David Begbie weaves for imperial nakedness an optical garment, which is more illusory and stylish than ever.”
Sir Lawrence Gowing