Fergus Noone started out as a professional photographer in 1990 and opened his first gallery in Greenwich twenty years ago. Throughout his career, Fergus travelled the world and his photography has appeared in numerous publications. His landscape photography demonstrates beauty and nostalgia. His portraiture is natural, bringing to light the personality of the people he photographs effortlessly.
Fergus has given many talks on Photography and he also teaches Photography workshops to like minded enthusiasts on any level, whether they be beginner or advanced. His ever increasing portfolio is rich with studies of the local landscape exposed by dramatic light that begged to be captured.
A warm welcome and relaxing atmosphere greets visitors to The Fergus Noone Gallery in Blackheath, South East London.
GALLERY OPENING HOURS: TUESDAY to SATURDAY 10AM - 5.30PM & open SUNDAYs 11AM-4PM
Whether you are yet to acquire your first piece of fine art photography or already own a piece, a visit here is sure to inspire. Take your time and enjoy the beauty of the collection in the comfortable surroundings of our gallery in Blackheath, SE London which is a short fifteen minute journey from Central London, Canary Wharf, Chislehurst, Bromley and Kent. It is a stones throw from Greenwich, Eltham and Dulwich...
Choose a beautiful Greenwich photograph for your home or office and view the vast portfolio of London photographs. All our prints are printed to the highest standard by an award winning lab and mounted on acid free mounts and come in a variety of frame mouldings.
We offer a collection of outstanding limited edition photographs which come titled, numbered and signed by Fergus.
Fergus's unique artistic ability to create beautiful, vibrant photographs has seen him become one of London's top landscape photographers.
Formerly based in Greenwich Market, the gallery relocated to Blackheath in 2011 and continues to evolve and thrive.
We look forward to meeting you in Blackheath.
Private viewings at the gallery are available by arrangement.