6 - 8 October 2017
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.