Public Collections
Sporting Art can be found in Public Collections across the Country.  

National Horse Racing Museum (NHRM)
Home of the British Sporting Art Trust Collection, NHRM has a dedicated sporting art gallery, The Fred Packard Galleries of British Sporting Art, These galleries display a wide variety of sporting art telling the history of the genre from its beginning in the sixteenth century to modern sports. 

Tate Gallery
The British Sporting Art Trust has a close working relationship with Tate Gallery. The BSAT has during its history encouraged its members to donate works to Tate Gallery. The following art works have passed through the British Sporting Art Trust to Tate Gallery many of which subsequently have been loaned to Palace House.
Works donated through BSAT to Tate by Paul Mellon Click Here
Works bequeathed  through BSAT to Tate by Mrs Ambrose Clark Click here
Work donated through  BSAT  to Tate by Miss Violet Cross Click here

Munnings Museum, Dedham, Essex
The museum offers changing displays from its large and significant collection of works by Sir Alfred Munnings (P.P.R.A.).Over 200 paintings, drawings and sculpture are displayed each year throughout eight rooms of the artist’s former home and working studio offering a complete survey of his artistic development. Furniture, personal items and other ephemera remain in situ much as if Sir Alfred and his wife were still in residence.
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Museum of the Horse, Tuxford
The Collection includes anything of interest that was in some way functional and connected with horses. The earliest pieces date from 600 BC and include antique saddles, antique bridles, antique bits, antique stirrups. antique horse shoes, harness, working horse equipment, pit pony equipment and antique veterinary equipment.

World Rugby Museum
Located at the home of English Rugby, Twickenham Stadium, The World Rugby Museum holds the largest collection of rugby memorabilia in the world. There are over 25,000 objects in the Museum. These date from the 1800s right up to the modern day. The collection includes different aspects of the game and covers nations from all around the world. The objects in the Museum’s collection have been acquired over 140 years. Paintings were some of the earliest items to be donated to the Rugby Football Union in the 19th century, and the collection continues to grow today.
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National Football Museum
The National Football Museum is England's national museum of football. It is based in the Urbis building in Manchester city centre, and preserves, conserves and displays important collections of football memorabilia. The museum was originally based in Deepdale, Preston, Lancashire, but moved to Manchester in 2012.
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Sporting Heritage
This website celebrates the UK’s sporting heritage. They maintain a list of all the sporting heritage collections in the UK.  


Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum’s collection contains over 20,000 objects that chronicle the history of lawn tennis from a popular pastime to the world class sporting tournament that is The Championships. 

British Golf Museum 

The British Golf Museum is located at St Andrews. The collection tells the fascinating story of British golf, through material dating from the 17th century to the present day. It is the most comprehensive golf collection in Britain, and one of the finest worldwide, celebrating golf from grass roots to international level.

Commercial Galleries

Red Fox Fine Art

Red Fox Fine Art was established by Turner Reuter in 1979, who by then had been dealing privately since his college days ten years earlier. Reuter, published author and avid field sport enthusiast, has spent a lifetime exploring the relationship between art and country life. His book Animal & Sporting Artists in America, published by the National Sporting Library & Museum in Middleburg, Virginia, is now in its second edition. This volume is the first scholarly reference book devoted solely to American animal and sporting painters and sculptors.

ROUNTREE Tyron Galleries

Founded in 1959, Rountree Tyron Galleries specialises in maritime, wildlife, sporting and topographical art from the eighteenth century to the present day. Through carefully sourcing the very best examples and representing leading artists for six decades, Rountree Tryon is established as a global specialist in these areas, with a reputation for quality, expertise and professional service..
London: 118 Fulham Road Chelsea on SW3 6HU
Market Square, Petworth GU28 0AH
Tel: +44(0)207 370 3939

Sladmore Gallery
The Sladmore Gallery specialises in nineteenth and twentieth century European sculpture, a cross section of which is always on display in our Jermyn Street Gallery. The gallery mounts in-depth exhibitions on individual sculptors as well as thematic and group shows. Our publishing program includes exhibition catalogues, detailed monographs and, reference books on turn of the century foundries and the bronze casting process. The Gallery was started by Edward Horswell’s parents over 50 years ago.

110 East 57th Street
New York 10022. 212-371-1196
Fine British and American Sporting Paintings from the 18th through 21st centuries.

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