Founded in 1980, Gallery Lingard is dedicated to the research, cataloguing, exhibition and appraisal of architectural archives, drawings and watercolours.
The Directors are professional appraisers of architectural archives as well as smaller collections of architectural drawings, historical or contemporary, both at home and abroad.
Architectural drawings and watercolours are offered for sale by the Gallery and can be purchased through our website. The many exhibitions of drawings and watercolours mounted by the Directors are each accompanied by carefully researched and illustrated catalogues. Our books and catalogues are collected by museums and libraries as well as private collectors with an interest in this field.
Gallery Lingard is also associated with landscape architects and designers Lingard + Styles Landscapes, for whom they act as historical advisors in respect of historic gardens and parks. For further information about the work of Lingard + Styles Landscapes please see www.lingardstyles.co.uk.
Timothy Lingard MSc was educated at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, specialising in 19th and 20th century Architecture and also at the Study Centre for the History of the Fine & Decorative Arts. He was a founder partner of Gallery Lingard. He has curated over 25 exhibitions in the UK and overseas. He acts as an appraiser and adviser to international architectural practices, private collectors, libraries and museums and public institutions at home and overseas in connection with the management, cataloguing and valuing of architectural archives for probate, taxation, insurance and balance sheet purposes.
Jane Lingard received her MA at The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London where she specialised in British Art and Architecture. She worked in Old Master picture galleries in St. James’s, London before becoming a founder partner of Gallery Lingard. She has researched and written over 20 instructive catalogues while also preparing and curating many exhibitions. She has contributed scholarly articles to a number of academic publications and written a comprehensive, illustrated biography about the first one hundred years in practice of a flourishing 21st century Lancashire architectural partnership founded in 1862.