Castle Fine Art, is opening a brand new gallery in the heart of Windsor this week, following the closure of its previous site at King Edward Court.

The new, state-of-the-art gallery will open on Saturday at the historic Windsor Royal shopping and joins the company’s portfolio of 40 galleries across the UK.

The building has undergone seven weeks of renovation work. It features a bespoke lighting system to complement the wide range of art on display, which includes work from cultural icons Bob Dylan and Ronnie Wood alongside sculptures by modern master Lorenzo Quinn and serigraphs from one of Pop Art’s founding fathers James Francis Gill.

Enjoying more than two decades at the top of its industry, Castle Fine Art is part of the Halcyon Group.

Consistently produced to the highest quality, every piece of limited edition art hanging on Castle Fine Art’s walls is made by Washington Green, the UK’s leading fine art publisher.

Ian Weatherby-Blythe, group managing director of Castle Fine Art and Washington Green, said: “Having been established in Windsor for nearly five years, the town has been a perfect location to showcase the work of our artists.

“The new gallery’s unique design and the exciting programme of exhibitions and events that will be taking place year round are set to redefine the way the city’s people experience, view and buy art, and we can’t wait to welcome our first visitors."