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The Abbey Barn, Doulting

Stanley Roy Badmin (1906-1989)


Signed with initials and dated 29 in the plate
Signed and inscribed 'The Abbey Barn'
Inscribed 'Slightly sagging roof line. Paper specks in sky.' and 'AP 2 st' below mount


4 ⅜ x 5 ¼ inches

Joseph Graffy Print Collection

Colour, April 1930

Chris Beetles, S R Badmin and the English Landscape, London: Collins, 1985, Page 62, Catalogue Raisonné No 19

Twenty One Gallery, 1930;
‘Watercolours and Etchings by S R Badmin, ARWS, ARE’, The Fine Art Society, February 1933, No 34 £3.3.0; Mcdonald's Gallery, New York, March 1936;
‘S R Badmin, RWS, RE, ARCA, FSIA’, Worthing Art Gallery, November-December 1967, No 3 (as 'Doulting Tithe Barn');
'Recording Britain: the Twentieth Century Landscape', Chris Beetles Gallery, February 2008, No 10;
'S R Badmin RWS RE: Watercolours, Drawings & Etchings', Chris Beetles Gallery, June-July 2022

Catalogue Raisonné no: 19
Published by the Twenty One Gallery in 1929.
The Tithe barn is in Doulting, near Shepton Mallet, Somerset. Some drypoint in the second and final state.

Collection of the British Museum: donated by Herbert Stuart Parkinson, 4th Baron Hampton in 1955 (7/30); Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, Connecticut: the gift of George W Davison, 1944 (16/40); Herbert F Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University: the bequest of William P Chapman, Jr (the collection also holds the drawing on which the etching is based).

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