Trois Crayons Ltd was founded in 2023 with the aim of increasing the awareness, accessibility, and visibility of drawings in all their forms.

Trois Crayons offers a centralising space for all drawing-related activity worldwide, to facilitate and encourage engagement with the historic "father" of the arts. Gathering events into a calendar, hosting interviews with professionals and enthusiasts and reviewing ongoing exhibitions.

Trois Crayons champions this primacy of drawing and simplifies access for the digital generation to all the disparate elements that make up today's world of drawing.


Founded in 1780, Wedlake Bell cherish the long-standing relationships they have with their clients, helping them through their hardest challenges and their most exciting opportunities. To enhance their commitment to their private and business clients' needs, they have recently recruited one of London's market leading art & luxury law teams who advise artists and private collectors through to dealers and museums. The team has acted on some of the most ground-breaking cases relating to artists' rights and high-value title disputes, while also saving collections for the nation and helping clients to achieve world-record auction results.


Protection for the most unique of assets

Our team of specialist Fine Art insurance brokers are passionate about art and cultural heritage. We understand the importance of insurance to our clients, whether it is for an art business, a private collection or public institutions.

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Art History Link-Up enables young people from diverse backgrounds to be inspired by art history and to use it to enhance their life and educational experience. By enabling access, we believe that art history has the potential to transform students' lives, and that they in turn, have the potential to transform our visual culture. Since we were founded in 2016, over 400 young people from 200 state schools across the UK have studied with us free of charge in some of our finest galleries - including the National Gallery, Wallace Collection, and the Courtauld Institute of Art - and online. Students work towards qualifications, including A level Art History and an Extended Project Qualification (EPQ), supported by homework clubs and expert mentoring, as well as careers guidance and support with university application.


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