Hugo Dalton is a British artist working in London. He studied Art & Art History at Goldsmiths College (1st Class hons). On graduation his work was acquired by the collector David Roberts (DRAF), the Rothschild family and art patron Kay Saatchi.

His works have been installed in museums, public spaces and private residencies worldwide including: the Royal Opera House, the Today Art Museum in Beijing, Victoria and Albert Museum, the entrance of the Royal Albert Hall and over an entire floor of the Tiffany&Co. flagship store on the Champs Elysees in Paris.

Dalton’s most recent works include an exhibition at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge. A bronze sculpture for the Atlanta Falcon’s Stadium in the US and a thirty-two-meter-high wall painting for new headquarters of Schroders in London.

Critic Edward Lucie-Smith termed Dalton’s work “…. a rebellion towards elegance”.


Solo Exhibitions

  • 2018 Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
  • 2016 SCAD, Lacoste, France
  • 2015 Museum of Musical Instruments, RCM London
  • Great Exhibitionists, Britten Theatre, London
  • 2014 By the Light of the Moon, Slowtrack Gallery, Madrid
  • Invasive Species, Joyce Gallery, Beijing
  • 2013 Mother Nature, Bow Arts Trust, London
  • 2012 Hugo Dalton, Today Art Museum, Beijing
  • 2010 Livedrawings, Sadler's Wells, London
  • Livedrawings, New York City Center, New York
  • 2008 Lightdrawings, Fine Art Society, London
  • 2006 Still Life, Saatchi Studio, London

Select Group Exhibitions

  • 2018 Royal Academy of Arts/Walmer Yard
  • 2017 Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge
  • 2016 House of the Nobleman, London
  • Collisions Festival, London School of Speech and Drama
  • 2015 Selfridges
  • Themes and Variations, London
  • 2014 Stations of the Cross, Marylebone Parish Church
  • Art14, Kensington Olympia
  • 2012 Slowtrack Gallery, Madrid
  • 2010 Polemically Small, Charlie Smith Gallery
  • The Future Can Wait, Bloomsbury
  • 2009 British Art Now, KCC Lithuania
  • British Art Now, Gallerie Werkstatte, Berlin
  • Am Art, Shanghai
  • 2008 Hong Kong Art Fair, Hong Kong
  • New York City Center, New York
  • 2006 Fine Art Society White Out
  • 2005 Monochromed, Fine Art Society
  • 2004 Experimental Spaces, Museum of Hastings


  • David Roberts Foundation
  • Simon Silver Collection
  • Mirabeau Ce, Geneva
  • Ng Lu Pat Collection
  • Kay Saatchi Collection
  • Redfern Gallery, London
  • Today Museum, Beijing
  • Royal College of Music
  • Savannah College of Art and Design
  • Tresco Abbey, Cornwall
  • University of Arts London


  • Regent House/Native Land, London
  • Schroders, London
  • Falcons Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Savile Row Derwent London
  • Tiffany & Co. Florence
  • Royal Albert Hall, London
  • Champs Elysees Paris, Tiffany & Co.
  • Keswick House, Hong Kong
  • Victoria and Albert Museum
  • Swire Properties
  • BFAMI, Christie’s London
  • Soho House Group
  • Royal Horticultural Society
  • China World Center, Beijing
  • Sadler's Wells, London
  • Red Mansion Foundation
  • The Roundhouse, London
  • Barneys New York, New York
  • Linbury Theatre, Royal Opera House
  • Rothschild House
  • Institute of Contemporary Art
  • Liberty of London