Sophie Miller of the Llewellyn Alexander gallery sits amongst the paintings rejected from the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition but now on display and for sale at this small gallery in London. Over 12,000 paintings are submitted each year to the Royal Academy and only 800 finally make it onto it's walls. The Llewellyn Alexander gallery, inspired by the original "salon des refuses" held in Paris in the 19th century will hang the best of this years Royal Academy rejects (numbering in the several hundreds). Every painting is for sale and maybe taken by the purchaser straight away.
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