Henry Miller is back at the Coningsby Gallery from 20 May to 1 June March with an exhibition featuring selected works from his unique collection celebrating male beauty through the ages.

Spanning several centuries and styles, and including paintings, drawings, prints and photographs from the 17th Century to the present day, the collection focuses exclusively on the male form.

Unbound by any particular time period or style, the collection is curated thematically around representations of male beauty, enabling it to display older pieces alongside more contemporary works. The collection includes many well-known artists, such as Michael Leonard, Keith Vaughan, John Craxton, Pavel Tchelitchew, Patrick Hennessy, Duncan Grant, as well as many lessor known artists from all around the world.