Larry Smart is renowned for his paintings of 60s iconic pop legends including John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan, as well as psychedelic mandalas, Marrakech riads and glorious landscapes. Larry is also responsible for much of the early Whole Earth Foods design packaging.

His work was recently featured in the V&A exhibition ‘You Say You Want a Revolution: Records and Rebels 1966-1970’ and prompted his friends and family to create a retrospective of his work and re-issue the much sought after prints of Larry’s John Lennon which you can buy here.

The full extent of Larry’s work is not known and he died ten years ago, so we are keen to track down the ‘missing Larrys’. If you own a Larry Smart original painting or know where one is, please get in touch.

The Larry Smart Retro-Spective – the first ever exhibition of Larry’s work – will be held in June 2017, please see below for details.

You can read more about Larry here and see a gallery of his works here.


Larry Smart – Retro-Spective

Larry Smart – Retro-Spective

‘Larry Smart – Retro–Spective’ is the first ever solo exhibition by iconic 60s pop artist Larry Smart.

The works on display present an overview of the artist’s work and includes: Hendrix and Lennon silkscreen prints; 60s mandala paintings with associated light show; Marrakech landscapes and townscapes; English landscapes; Whole Earth Foods packaging art; Hokusai ‘wave’ topiary.

Original silkscreen prints of Larry’s work are on sale here.

The exhibition is 21st June – 2nd July at The Muse Gallery269 Portobello Road, London W11 1LR. 12-6pm daily.