About Us

Albany Fine Art was establised in 2022 to supply fresh, exciting student works of art at affordable prices to collectors and those new to buying art. With a focus on students currently studying at the Edinburgh College of Art, Albany Fine Art represents a carefully curated group of young, talented artists. Each artist represented has their own style, expressing a certian poignancy and technical mastery of their medium. 

We work directly with our artists while allowing them to develop professionally, providing support and encouragment when a work is complete and ready to be sold. Albany Fine Art benefits the artist by providing a platform to sell their works, as well as connecting collectors with up and coming artists with their whole career in front of them. 

 

One of our guiding principles is that everyone should be able to enjoy art. Albany Fine Art appeals to both art enthusiasts and collectors to find pieces that cater to a wide array of tastes. With convenient shipping options and a wide range of artists, you’ll easily find your next masterpiece. Not sure where to start? Get in touch and one of our knowledgeable team members will happily guide you through the art selection process.

Meet the Team

Combining industry expertise and experiance with student enthusiasm for art 

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Founder

Jack Storey

Jack is currently studying for a MA in History of Art at the University of Edinburgh. Having worked for Colours Gallery on Dundas Street and for the Royal Collection at The Palace of Holyroodhouse, Jack combines his passion for art and antiquities with his desire to help student artists get noticed on the art market.

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Art Consultant

Peter Main

With a background in City banking, Peter moved to Scotland where he ran an art gallery specialising in 19th and 20th Century Scottish paintings. Having retired from full-time gallery life, Peter now uses his skills as consultant and advisor for Albany Fine Art. 

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