6 - 8 Oc­to­ber 2017

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BADA Col­lec­tion is a unique col­lab­o­ra­tion which brings to­gether an in­ti­mate group of the UK’S lead­ing deal­ers to show­case an unrivalled se­lec­tion of fine art, de­sign and an­tiques, amid the vi­brant sur­round­ings of London’s lux­ury res­i­dence, The Lanes­bor­ough.

‘Rother­hithe, London’ by James Ab­bott Mcneill Whistler (1834-1903), etch­ing and dry­point on wove paper signed ‘Whistler’ and dated 1860. One of 118 known im­pres­sions from a set of 16 etch­ings by the Amer­i­can artist, col­lec­tively known as ‘The Thames Set’. Works by Whistler, Ge­orge Hyde-pow­nall and Amy Katherine Brown­ing will be in­cluded in a cu­rated London Pic­ture List by Ate­lier Ltd at BADA Col­lec­tion.

Beed­ham An­tiques has over 40 years’ ex­pe­ri­ence spe­cial­is­ing in 15th to 17th cen­tury oak fur­ni­ture and early sculp­tural works of art. This late Ro­manesque grotesque wa­ter spout is made from Caen lime­stone, circa 1150-1250, and is vir­tu­ally iden­ti­cal to an ex­am­ple found re­cently on the site of an An­glo/nor­man church in Nor­folk.

‘Por­trait of a Gen­tle­man aged 29’ in oil on oak panel, is be­lieved to de­pict Dutch naval of­fi­cer Vice-ad­mi­ral Pi­eter van der Does. Dated 1591, the work is from the cir­cle of Dutch Man­ner­ist painter Cor­nelis Ke­tel and will be ex­hib­ited at The Lanes­bor­ough by Stra­chan Fine Art.

San­dra Cro­nan spe­cialises in jew­ellery from the 17th to the early 20th cen­tury, her stock in­cludes fine ex­am­ples from the Ge­or­gian,vic­to­rian, Ed­war­dian, Art Nou­veau and Art Deco pe­ri­ods. This Sa­cred Hear t brooch was made in Por­tu­gal, circa 1780 and is set with ru­bies, emer­alds and di­a­monds.

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