As one of the first internationally recognised collections to include Hollands work, the Saatchi Gallery is noted as to have played an important role in the recognition of Holland’s work.
Martin Tinney’s galley specialises in Welsh and Wales-based artists of the highest quality, past and present. Harry Holland is a featured artist of his.
Tate is an institution that houses, in a network of four art museums, the United Kingdom’s national collection of British art, and international modern and contemporary art.
Based in Mayfair, London, the Albermarle Gallery features figurative, hyper realist modelling artwork by local and international artists, including pieces by Harry Holland.
Based in Edinburgh, Morningside showcases a diverse range of contemporary paintings, sculpture, ceramics and glass from some of the country’s most exciting and collectable artists.
A key influence on Harry Holland, Edward Hopper is a pioneer of contemporary realist painting. Both artists are distinguished for their use of light and shadow to create mood.
There are stylistic parallels drawn between the photography of Henri Cartier-Bresson and the paintings of Harry Holland, though working in different medium.
William-Adolphe Bouguereau is a French painter whose hyper realist depictions came to define the impressionist movement. His figure paintings drew from mythological themes, making modern interpretations of classical subjects.
Johnannes Vermeer is a classical Dutch painter from the 17th century. Harry Hollands pieces often portray a central human character and use light in a way akin to Vermeer.
Sander is seen as the most important portrait photographer of his time, capturing still life in all of its essence. His work strikes a delicate balance between ambiguity and narrative in a way that is akin to Hollands.
A founding father of the impressionist and realist movements, Degas is revered by many, including Harry Holland himself.