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Swinbrook Bridge

Stanley Roy Badmin (1906-1989)


Signed and inscribed with title and '7th St'
Signed with initials in plate (bottom right)


3 ¾ x 5 ½ inches

Joseph Graffy Print Collection

Chris Beetles, S R Badmin and the English Landscape,
London: Collins, 1985, Pages 54 and 63, Catalogue Raisonné No 22

Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers, 1931, No 72;
Royal Academy, Summer Exhibition, 1932, No 1109;
Fine Art Society, London, February 1933, No 40;
McDonald's Gallery, New York, 1936;
Fine Art Society, London, July 1937, No 49;
Leicester Galleries, London, 1955, No 2, as 'Old Swinbrook';
Worthing Art Gallery, 1967, No 9;
'A Century of British Art: 1900-1945', Chris Beetles Gallery, 21 June-17 July 2021, No 109

Executed in 1931 and published by the Twenty-One Gallery. Swinbrook Bridge is near Burford, Oxfordshire; it was replaced during the Second World War. An edition of 45 was taken from the 8th state.

Collection of the Aberystwyth University School of Art; purchased from the Twenty-One Gallery in 1931 (14/30); the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; the British Museum: donated by Contemporary Art Society in 1934 (10/30, 'trial of st'); Herbert F Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University: the bequest of William P Chapman, Jr; Yale Center for British Art: the G Allen Collection, 1994 (trial 2nd state).

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