Frank Lloyd Wright said: “If you invest in beauty, it will remain with you all of the days of your life”. This international art fair “with a British accent”, as it has been referred to, seems like the perfect place to begin the voyage.
Taking place from 25 June to 1 July at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, Masterpiece London is a great opportunity for cross-collecters and art enthusiasts to to find some the best pieces available across every discipline. From never before seen work by Andy Warhol (‘The Socialite’, of the attorney Olga Berde Mahl) to a pair of iconic earrings which belonged to the last Empress of France, Eugine de Montijo.
Among the highlights is the strong line-up of design specialist galleries, with works by Mattia Bonetti (David Gill Gallery) and pieces from Zaha Hadid or Linley, who will present ‘LIGHTSCAPE’, a collection of three pieces that celebrate the changing light in the city and how it transforms architecture.
Giovanni Boldini, ‘Portrait of Lady Lacroix’ 1910. Bottegantica
Agostino Bonalumi Bronzo, 1969-2007 cast bronze. 18 x 38 x 42cm Courtesy Archivio Bonalumi and Mazzoleni London
A great late Turner watercolour. ‘A view over the val dAosta’ by J.M.W.Turner 1836. Lowell Libson
Hemmerle Earrings – melo pearls spessartite garnets copper white gold. Courtesy Hemmerle
R.B. Kitaj, ‘Sighs from Hell’, 1979. Pastel and carcoal on joined sheets of paper. Thomas Gibson Fine Art
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