The Art Gallery

A contemporary cultural retailer, The Art Gallery (TAG) is abundant with sumptuous artwork and beautifully crafted gifts – all of which reflect the fascinating Middle East region.

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  • Ayatul Kursi (Throne Verse) - آية الكرسي

    The Throne Verse is the 255th verse of the 2nd surah of the Quran, Al-Baqarah. The verse speaks about how nothing and nobody is regarded to be comparable to God. This is one of the best-known verses of the Quran and is widely memorised and displayed in the Muslim world. Order here.

  • Al Ikhlas (Sincerity) - الإخلاص

    Also known as the Declaration of God's Unity and Al-Tawhid "Monotheism" is the 112th chapter of the Quran. It is said to have been revealed during the Quraysh Conflict with Muhammad in answer a challenge over the distinguishing attributes of the GOD. Order here.

  • Quraniyat (Quranic Words) - قرآنيات

    Words from Quran, unique, and visually arresting, the prints use hand-crafted script in beautiful swathes and confident strokes. On these prints, hand applied Acrylics and gold ink overlays provide a rich embellishment. With an eye to both tradition and modernity. Order here.

99 Names of Allah Collection

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  • Small Framed Art

    Introducing new giftable small, framed art by TAG, each artwork is printed on fine art cotton canvas, hand signed by the artist and printed to the highest standard.

    Framed in the highest quality frames, these artworks are supplied signed by the artist shipped in a rigid cardboard box for easy transport. View Range

  • Commissions

    The Art Gallery provides a bespoke service for private clients, corporate projects and project management. TAG would be delighted to discuss your brief. There are various ways in which The Art Gallery can work with you; as consultants and creative directors, as curators and/or commissioners which all aspects of the artwork package is provided. Get In Touch

  • Mirage

    Cold and warm tones with sweeping calligraphic shapes are evocative of a harsh but alluring landscape. In Mirage, Helen portrays imaginary land-scapes synonymous with her otherworldly fantasies. View Collection