Cadogan Fine Arts is an art consultancy and fine art dealers specialising in Nordic art from the eighteenth century to the present day. The business is run by Christina Cadogan who, in addition to selling art directly to clients, advises new and established collectors on buying or selling art both privately and at auction.  Cadogan Fine Arts hold an annual Nordic Summer exhibition in London in June showing a selection of Nordic art from the nineteenth century to contemporary works.  This year we are also holding a Winter exhibition in late November/early December.


The gallery inventory on this website shows a selection of the work currently available for sale. While we have works by well-known artists from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, we also sell modern and contemporary works starting at  £250 with the aim of introducing Nordic art and emerging artists to new and young collectors. Please get in touch if you have a query about any of the pictures or are looking for work by a particular artist.  All works are available to view in London by appointment.

Anglo-Swede Christina Cadogan holds an MPhil in the History of Art from Cambridge University where her thesis was on late nineteenth century Nordic painting. Christina worked for six years at Bonhams Auctioneers in London specialising in European drawings and watercolours. She has organised and led specialist art and music tours in Sweden. Christina has also worked for the Swedish Embassy in London advising on Visual Art. She is a patron of the Women's Art Collection, Murray Edwards College, Cambridge.


'Christina combines the rare qualities of an extensive professional expertise, in-depth art historical knowledge and a friendly supportive outlook, with a genuine passion and enthusiasm for Nordic art.'

 David Jackson, Professor of Scandinavian and Russian Art History, Leeds University.