Ogier to host a set of Picasso, Monet and Pisarro originals never exhibited before in Jersey

This week Ogier will be playing host to paintings by Picasso, Monet and Pisarro which have not been exhibited before in Jersey, as the firm repeats its very successful public art exhibitions.

In June, more than 200 members of the public came to Ogier's offices at 44 Esplanade to view a selection of masterpieces staged jointly with London fine art experts Gladwell & Patterson – who have a distinguished history running back to 1752.

The works being exhibited in the new exhibition include:

  • Pablo Picasso - Nature Morte au Compotier
  • Claude Monet – Pommiers en Fleurs
  • Camille Pisarro – Paysannes Rammassant des Herbes, Eragny
  • Joaquin Sorolla – Valencia, dos Ninos en una Playa
  • Gustave Loiseau – Rue de Clignancourt, soleil, the quatorze juillet

Ogier Global Head of Corporate, Simon Dinning, who leads the event, said: "The events in June exceeded all of our expectations and generated incredibly positive feedback from the community. With that in mind, we were very pleased to arrange another exhibition including other fantastic masterpieces.

"It is incredibly rare to see works by Picasso and Monet here in Jersey and, while it is unusual for a law firm to turn itself in an art gallery for a few days, the response from the public showed us that they really valued the opportunity to see these works.

"Hopefully, we will have a similar response later this month – the new exhibition focuses on some less well-known impressionists as well as the big names, and we look forward to welcoming many more people to our offices to come and have a look."

The public events take place 8.00 am–11.30 am on Wednesday 22 and Thursday 23 November. Attendance is free and open to all - those wishing to attend are kindly requested to email claire.wilby@ogier.com to confirm when they wish to view the paintings.