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Shepton Mallet, Somerset

Stanley Roy Badmin (1906-1989)


Signed with initials on chimney brick in the plate
Signed and numbered 24/50
Inscribed with title below mount

Etching on wove paper

5 ½ x 2 ¾ inches

Joseph Graffy Print Collection

Chris Beetles, S R Badmin and the English Landscape, London: Collins, 1985, Pages 52 and 62 (no 22/50 illustrated)

Malcolm Salaman, 'A chat with the print lover', The Studio, April 1930

Royal Academy of Arts, 1930, no 1149;
Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers, 1931, no 180;
‘Watercolours and Etchings by S R Badmin, ARWS, ARE’, Fine Art Society, 1933, no 15;
McDonald's Gallery, New York,1936;
‘S R Badmin, RWS, RE, ARCA, FSIA’, Worthing Art Gallery, November-December 1967, no 115;
'S R Badmin RWS, Paintings, Drawings & Prints',
Chris Beetles Gallery, March-April 2015, No 198;
'S R Badmin RWS RE: Watercolours, Drawings & Etchings', Chris Beetles Gallery, June-July 2022

Catalogue Raisonné no: 18
Published by the Twenty One Gallery in 1929. Regarded by Badmin as one of his best.

Collection of the British Museum: donated by the
Contemporary Art Society in 1936 (inscribed 'This is a
reversed view of the old town from the new road
viaduct. Somerset'); Herbert F Johnson Museum of Art.
Cornell University: the bequest of William P Chapman
Jr (49/50) (the collection also holds the drawing on
which the etching is based): National Gallery of
Canada: the gift of the David Lemon Collection, 1989.

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