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Priory Pond

Stanley Roy Badmin (1906-1989)


Signed with initials and date 32 in the plate
Signed and inscribed '2nd Tri 2nd St, Frankfurt only'
Inscribed 'Signed 1976' below mount


5 ¼ x 6 ⅛ inches

Joseph Graffy Print Collection

Chris Beetles, S R Badmin and the English Landscape,
London: Collins, 1985, pages 58 and 63, Catalogue Raisonné no 32

Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers, February-March 1932, no 183;
Royal Glasgow Institute, 1932;
Royal Academy of Arts, Summer Exhibition 1933, no 1260;
‘Watercolours and Etchings by S R Badmin, ARWS, ARE’, Fine Art Society, February 1933, no 39, £4.14.6;
McDonald's Gallery, New York, March 1936;
Royal Glasgow Institute, 1936;
Fine Art Society, July 1937, no 47, 4 gns;
‘S R Badmin, RWS, RE, ARCA, FSIA’, Worthing Art Gallery, November-December 1967, no 7, as 'Priory Pond, Stroud';
Royal Academy of Arts, Summer Exhibition, 1981, no 266 as 'Priory Pond, Stroud Valley, Glos';
Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers, June 1981, no 60 as 'Priory Pond, Glos';
Society of Sussex Painters, Sculptors and Engravers, Worthing Art Gallery, 1981, no 1 as 'Priory Pond, Gloucestershire';
Lannard's Gallery, Billingshurst, 1988, no 20 as Priory Pond near Stroud (11/20 hand coloured);
'S R Badmin RWS RE: Watercolours, Drawings & Etchings', Chris Beetles Gallery, June-July 2022

Catalogue Raisonné no: 32
Published by the Twenty One Gallery in 1932.

Priory Pond is near Kingstanley, Stroud, Gloucestershire. This subject of this etching is the Saxon barn at Priory Farm, Leonard Stanley, Gloucestershire. The 1st edition and records were lost in the war but the plate survived.

Collection of Boston Museum of Fine Arts: the gift of
Dr Fritz Talbot in 1937 (24/30); the British Museum:
donated by Contemporary Art Society in 1941;
Herbert F Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University:
the bequest of William P Chapman, Jr; Kemper Art
Museum, Washington University in St Louis: the
bequest of Dr Malvern B Clopton, 1938; Yale Center
or British Art: the G Allen Smith Collection in 1994.

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