Martin Yeoman Exhibition: ‘Over Three Decades’
Welcome to a new interior design virtual tour of the Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler showroom, during the Over Three Decades exhibition by the renowned painter, draughtsman & sculptor, Martin Yeoman. The exhibition was curated by Jenna Burlingham Fine Art.
Martin Yeoman is a British painter, draughtsman, sculptor and etcher who has worked extensively in Europe, North Africa, The Middle East, India and the Far East.
He was the first young artist to accompany HRH The Prince of Wales as tour artist, with the first being the Royal Tour of The Gulf States in 1986. Yeoman was invited to join HRH The Prince of Wales on further Tours to Hong Kong, India and Nepal. Among many notable portrait commissions, Yeoman gained recognition for his portrait drawings of HM The Queen’s grandchildren, which were exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery, London.
Throughout his career, he has exhibited at some of Britain’s leading galleries and his works can be found in the collection of many prestigious public and private collections at home and abroad.
Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler
Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler is the UK’s longest-established interior design firm, having been started by the eponymous designers in the 1930s. Their reputation in the field of interior design, alonside their collections of fabrics and wallpapers, have made them synonymous with the best of British design and styling. Their recent move from Mayfair to Pimlico’s design quarter provides an inspiring new showroom for their designers to showcase their skills, from traditional to cutting-edge contemporary.
It’s a great privilege to shoot 360s at such a renowned interior designer. Not least because it’s an environment where the high resolution detailed 360s we specialise in can really be utilised so viewers can really zoom in and see the detail in the paintings, the fabrics and wallpapers. We’re particularly fond of the room where the fabric swatches are stored and displayed – you can zoom in on the smorgasbord of colour and texture, encouraging viewers to go and experience for themselves.
An interior design virtual tour will bring your customers and prospects closer, even when your showroom is closed. If you don’t have a showroom, it can allow you to showcase projects in client’s homes without compromising their privacy.