Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Paintings stolen from ‘world’s smallest gallery’

THIEVES have stolen two pieces of art from a gallery in Henley.

A painting worth £600 and a framed print worth £125 by Camilla Dowse were stolen from Gallery Singular in Friday Street.

The gallery, which claims to be the smallest in the world, is between Knights Oriental Rugs and skate shop Yeuk and is accessed by a passage leading to flats and a yoga studio, which is kept locked at night but unlocked during the day.

Ms Dowse, of York Road, Henley, says she believes the artworks were stolen in the evening before the door was locked.

She said: “I’ve talked to people in the neighbouring shops and flats and nobody heard or saw a thing.

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