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French Exhibition, 'First' Room

Stanley Roy Badmin (1906-1989)


Signed, inscribed with title and dated '1932 Feb'

Watercolour with pen and ink

6 x 6 ¾ inches

The S R Badmin Estate, and by descent

'Watercolour and Etching by S R Badmin, ARWS, ARE, Fine Art Society, London, February 1933, no 44;
'S R Badmin RWS, Paintings, Drawings & Prints', Chris Beetles Gallery, March-April 2015, No 4;
'A Century of British Art: 1900-1945', Chris Beetles Gallery, 21 June-17 July 2021, No 133;
'S R Badmin RWS RE: Watercolours, Drawings & Etchings', Chris Beetles Gallery, June-July 2022

The exhibition of French art 1200-1900 was held at the Royal Academy of Arts between January and March 1932. Though S R Badmin describes this as the 'first' room, it is actually gallery XI, containing XIXth century paintings and especially those by Impressionists and Post-Impressionists. It is seen from the doorway to gallery X, with the vestibule and galleries I and II beyond. In the same year, S R Badmin showed several of his own etchings in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.

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