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Mill St. W

Stanley Roy Badmin (1906-1989)


Signed, inscribed with title and '3 T. 3 state'
Further inscribed below mount '3T.3st. on Crown Whatman' and 'bombed in war, now part of Savile Row. the passage is Savile Passage'


5 ¾ x 6 ¾ inches

Fine Prints of the Year, 1932

The Studio, February 1933, page 98 (watercolour of the same view);
Chris Beetles,
S R Badmin and the English Landscape, London: Collins, 1985, Pages 59 and 62, Catalogue Raisonné no 33

Twenty-One Gallery, 1932;
‘Watercolours and Etchings by S R Badmin, ARWS, ARE’, Fine Art Society, February 1933, no 22, £3.13.6 (study also exhibited no 31 £5.5.0);
Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers, February-March 1933, no 107;
McDonald's Gallery, New York, 1936;
Fine Art Society, July 1937, no 4, 3 gns;
Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers, 1956;
‘S R Badmin, RWS, RE, ARCA, FSIA’, Worthing Art Gallery, November-December 1967, no 8 as 'Mill St W and Savile Passage';
Child's Gallery, Boston, 1978, $275;
'S R Badmin RWS RE: Watercolours, Drawings & Etchings', Chris Beetles Gallery, June-July 2022

Catalogue Raisonné no 33

Executed in 1932 and published by the Twenty-One Gallery. The Twenty One Gallery on Mill Street was bombed during the Second World War and is now the continuation of Savile Row.
In his notes Badmin mentions that the man entering the Twenty-One Gallery is himself.

Collection of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford (19/25); the British Museum: donated by the Contemporary Art Society in 1941 (21/25); the Museum of London.

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