Here at Yield Gallery we are a family run business, our CEO and family have had a passion for creating and collecting art since the 1950s.  Art has been a big part of the Harmon family for many generations which is why they are renowned and respected within the world of art.

Our studio is based within the bustling streets and the art community of Soho London, a stones throw from The National Portrait Gallery and The London School of Art.

We offer emerging talented artists and students the platform to display their work to the world through our galleries and exhibitions. We have an art studio in Soho London where we store our high-end blue-chip pieces from the world-famous artists Banksy, Richard Hambleton, Keith Haring & Andy Warhol among others. This is where we meet our clients via appointment only, we are also excited to be adding an additional London gallery very soon.

Yield Gallery are proud to present and offer the most exciting and unique artwork from the industry’s leading contemporary and modern artists.

Yield Gallery offers original artworks from the world renowned, blue-chip street artist Banksy to art collectors and investors. We specialise in sourcing the rarest Banksy & Richard Hambleton pieces from around the world.

2020 was a record breaking year for Banksy with over £47 million spent on his artwork with a total increase of over 220% on signed and unsigned works by the street artist.

The gallery runs regular solo and joint exhibitions, we are available 6 days a week via appointment. We always encourage our clients to visit the gallery where they can meet the team and be given a presentation on the history of Yield Gallery & the artists we specialise in.

We have a talented team of art specialists dedicated to our clients whether they be first time buyers or established collectors. The key to our business is understanding our customers and their objectives. Our portfolio advisors work with our clients to define their investment and collecting goals.



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