Financial Times Features a 'Stunning Collection of Rare Modern Prints'
For a man who has built up a highly successful hospitality empire, Stefan Turnbull is the epitome of quiet modesty. He’s unassuming when talking about the sleek Cubitt House enterprise – a stable of two London hotels and four high-end gastropubs, including The Grazing Goat in Marylebone – which he co-founded in 2005 and sold in 2015, yet his passion is palpable. He now runs an investment fund for small and medium-sized companies, seeking out equally energetic entrepreneurs.
Image: Stefan Turnbull and art dealer Lyndsey Ingram, with a series of etchings from A Rake’s Progress, 1961-1963, by David Hockney | Image: Photograph: Matt Munro. Artwork: © David Hockney