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    Masterpiece London is delighted to announce significant additions to this year’s Fair; London’s renowned fine art gallery Richard Green (UK), David Gill Galleries (UK), Parisian decorative arts dealer, Kraemer Gallery (France), Van Cleef & Arpels (France), Jacques de la Béraudière (Switzerland), Nilufar (Italy), will all join the Fair for the first time. In good company, they will be presented alongside returning exhibitors including Ariadne Galleries (USA/UK), Adrian Sassoon (UK), Blain | Southern (UK), Dickinson (UK/USA), S.J. Phillips (UK), Hemmerle (German), Offer Waterman and Co (UK), Sam Fogg (UK), Thomas Gibson Fine Art Ltd. (UK), and Tomasso Brothers Fine Art (UK), bringing together a selection of the world’s leading art, antiques and design galleries. The Fair offers unrivalled opportunities for collectors and enthusiasts to meet international specialists from a diverse range of disciplines and to purchase some of the finest and rarest works available in the current market.

    We are very pleased to be exhibiting at Masterpiece this year. We have been watching this fair since it began, taking over the helm from the premier Grosvenor House Art & Antiques Fair, after it closed, and have been impressed with the way it has brought many of the characteristics of successful international art, antiques and luxury fairs together under one roof. A first class fair in London at the height of the summer season is just what the market needs.” Jonathan Green, CEO, Richard Green

    Of the Kraemer Gallery, who are exhibiting in London for the first time in their 140 year history, Karl Lagerfeld says, “For high quality 18th century [furniture and objets d’art], the Kraemer Gallery is my favourite.” (Le Monde, 15 September 2012)

    The Fair occupies a unique position at the heart of the summer season in London, drawing both international and UK based visitors to the capital annually to peruse over 3,000 years of history and creativity through some of the most exceptional objects exhibited for sale. General admission tickets cost £25 each and can be purchased from the Masterpiece London website

    Masterpiece London 2014 was robust, with over £100 million worth of art sold and over 35,000 visitors attending during the eight day Fair, which sets the stage for the 2015 edition. The commercial success of the 2014 Fair can be attributed to the increased number of private sales and the groundswell of interest and purchases from world-renowned institutions including the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Rijksmuseum, MoMA, British Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum, The Getty and Tate.

    Of the Fair, Martin Travis at Symbolic & Chase, said, “Masterpiece has matured into a fair that features on the international calendar for all serious collectors and dealers alike. In 2014, existing clients were excited to be returning, and numerous new faces appeared to see what the fuss was about. As an exhibitor, I can honestly say it is sad when the fair finishes and we have to go home, as it is one of the few fairs that sees huge visitor numbers right up until the last hour. The visitors are also not there to just sightsee, as we have enjoyed significant sales to new and existing clients each day the fair is open. I am looking forward to 2015.”

    The Fair will once again bring to London a wealth of exceptional UK and international names, including Alan Wheatley (UK), Alessandra Di Castro (Italy), Amir Mohtashemi (UK), Apter-Fredericks (UK), Based Upon (UK), Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz (France), Charles Ede (UK),  Collisart (USA), De BackkerMedieval Art (Belgium), Elle Shushan (USA), Galerie Anne Autegarden (Belgium), Galerie Chenel (France), Galerie Diane de Polignac (France), Galerie Mermoz (France), Geoffrey Diner Gallery (USA), Gordon Watson (UK), H. Blairman & Sons (UK), Hancocks (UK), Hirschl & Adler (USA), JGM Art (UK), Jorge Welsh Oriental Porcelain & Works of Art (UK), Koopman Rare Art (UK), Les Enluminures (USA), Linley (UK), Lowell Libson Ltd (UK), MacConnal-Mason Gallery (UK), Mallett (UK), Mayoral Galeria d’Art (Spain), Michael Goedhuis (UK), Michel Beiny (USA), Osborne Samuel (UK), Peter Petrou (UK), Philip Mould and Company (UK), Robertaebasta (Italy), Robert Young Antiques (UK), Robilant + Voena (UK), Ronald Phillips (UK), Rose Uniacke (UK), Sladmore Contemporary (UK), Symbolic & Chase (UK), The Fine Art Society (UK), The Sladmore Gallery (UK), Trinity House Paintings (UK), Verdura (UK/USA), Wartski (UK), Whitestone Gallery (Japan) and Whitford Fine Art (UK).

    Nazy Vassegh, CEO of Masterpiece London said “Looking at the evolution of the fair from the grass roots stage in 2010 to generating over £100m worth of sales in 2014, I feel our identity as an internationally important cross-collecting fair has been proven and that we are a commercial and cultural success. 2015 will be a seminal year for us and with the continued support of our Principal Sponsor, Royal Bank of Canada, Masterpiece will go from strength to strength.” 



    Posted By:  Martin Sydne

    From left to right: Nic Fiddian Green giving a talk at Sladmore Contemporary, awarded ‘Stand of the Year,’ 2014; entrance to Masterpiece London 2014 featuring ‘Bus Shelter’ by Phillip King PRA; visitors viewing Henri Matisse cut-outs at Frederick Mulder’s stand, 2104. Images courtesy of © Ben Fisher Photography and © Rory Lindsay 

    In association with the Royal Bank of Canada, the Fair will take place at  The Royal Hospital Chelsea in June 2015, 25 June – 1 July (Preview 24 June)

    “Where I think Masterpiece has been clever and has really caught the zeitgeist is the fact that it reflects globalisation.”

     – Georgina Adam, Financial Times and The Art Newspaper


    Masterpiece London, the leading international cross-collecting fair for art, antiques and design, returns to The Royal Hospital Chelsea in 2015. Running from 25 June – 1 July (Preview, 24 June), the Fair has become a must-attend event at the heart of the capital’s busy summer art and auction season. 


    Offering for sale museum-quality works with superb provenance from over 150 leading galleries worldwide, Masterpiece provides a unique opportunity to buy the best pieces available across multiple disciplines in the current market. 


    Showcasing works that span over 3,000 years of art history, from antiquity to the present day, the Fair creates an unparalleled event for curators and serious collectors, and provides something of interest for every visitor. 


    “In its fifth year Masterpiece 2014 went from strength to strength with an estimated £100 million of art, antiques, design and jewellery sold over the course of eight days. Collectors keenly acquired works across categories and exhibitors from around the world are quickly securing their places for Masterpiece 2015.”  

    – Nazy Vassegh, Chief Executive, Masterpiece London


    In 2015 Masterpiece London is delighted to welcome back the Royal Bank of Canada for its second year as the Principal Sponsor of the Fair.


    “Masterpiece is just that – a masterpiece. Its success is a testament to the vibrant international art scene, the passion of collectors, exhibitors and curators, and the dedication of those who devote their time and energy to making this show a reality. At Royal Bank of Canada, it is this dedication that we admire most. It is very much in keeping with our dedication to our clients and our keen focus on working with them–from aspiration to achievement.”  

    – J-F Courville, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for RBC Wealth Management


    Preview:                    Wednesday 24 June, 11.00–22.00

    Open to the public:  Thursday 24 June & Friday 26 June, 11.00–21.00

                                       Saturday 27 June & Sunday 28 June, 11.00–19.00

                                       Monday 29 June, 11.00–21.00

                                       Tuesday 30 June, 11.00–18.00 (Charity Party starts at 19.00) 

                                       Wednesday 1 July, 11.00–21.00 


    Tickets Available Here 




    Posted By:  Martin Sydne

    Left to right: Exterior shot of Masterpiece London, Sladmore Contemporary’s stand and interior shot of Masterpiece London.

    Masterpiece London 2014, returned to the Royal Hospital Chelsea for its fifth year, joined by principal sponsor RBC Wealth Management. With the highest visitor numbers to date, 35,000 people in total came to the fair to both admire and acquire museum-quality art, antiques, design and jewellery.


    Many exhibitors reported strong sales this year throughout the fair and across all categories supporting the ethos of cross-collecting, with collectors and curators noting the exceptionally high quality of works offered this year – evidence that the exhibitors saved their very best pieces for the fair.


    “Masterpiece London captured very well the beauty and emotion of collectable art, and it was truly impressive to see so many exquisite pieces brought together under one roof. It also afforded us a chance to truly appreciate the creators we already know well and to discover thrilling new ones," said J-F Courville, Executive Vice, President and Chief Operating Officer for RBC Wealth Management.‎ "RBC Wealth Management was honoured to have been the first principal sponsor of such a successful event and would like to thank the artists, exhibitors and organisers for their inspiration and dedication.”


    The prize for ‘Stand of the Year’ went to Sladmore Contemporary who meticulously recreated sculptor Nic Fiddian Green’s studio. As well as being an impressive feat of design it certainly paid dividends with Gerald Farrell reporting 48 sales to date ranging in price from £8,000 to £250,000 with still more in the pipeline.

    The prize for ‘Object of the Year’ went to Tim Noble and Sue Webster’s ‘The Masterpiece”, specially commissioned for the fair and exhibited by Blain|Southern (Stand D31). This shadow sculpture is currently under consideration by a major US institution.


    A strong museum presence at the fair included representatives from Museum of Fine Arts Boston, The Wallace Collection, Rijksmuseum, Museum of Fine Art, Houston. MOMA, British Museum, Museum of Fine Arts San Francisco, Victoria & Albert Museum, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Royal Collection, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, National Galleries of Scotland, The Getty, Sir John Soane’s Museum, Dresden and TATE were among the museum interest.


    Navy Vassegh, CEO Masterpiece London, "This year the Fair has surpassed all expectations in terms of quality of works on offer and the breadth and enthusiasm of the collectors attending. I would like to thank our exhibitors and partners for making our 5th edition the most successful to date."


    Collectors came from far and wide with many exhibitors commenting on increased American, Russian, Asian, Chinese, French, Belgian and Greek attendance this year. Of particular note were Ellie Cullman, Scott Snyder, Rose Tarlow, Audrey Gruss, Freddy and Muriel Salem, Hilary and Wilbur Ross, Kim Heirston-Evans, Charles Saatchi, Jay Jopling, Nasser David Khalili, Maryam Eisler, Maria and Malek Sukkar, Michelle d’SouzaIri, Ryan Erenstein and Fatima Maleki.


    Further sales of note include:


    • John Mitchell Fine Paintings sold Sir Joshua Reynolds Portrait of Major General Alexander Dury, Lieutenant Colonel, 1st Guards (1704-1758) and has the Willem Van der Velde under offer at £345,000.

    • Osborne Samuel sold their Lynn Chadwick ‘Back to Venice’ sculpture for £250,000.

    • Bowman Sculpture sold The Kiss - 3rd Reduction by Auguste Rodin for £580,000 and two smaller pieces.

    • Philip Mould & Company had a very impressive fair. Sales include two portraits by Sir Peter Lely, a portrait by Duncan Grant and a portrait miniature by John Smart, depicting his daughter Anna Maria Woolf (née Smart).

    • Richard Philp sold a stunning set of Lombardy Renaissance marriage portraits to a private English Collector for £240,000.

    • Crane Kalman sold important works William Nicholson, Graham Sutherland and Craigie Aitchison.

    • Elle Shushan has sold over six miniatures including selling a portrait of the Countess of Craven to actress Diana Rigg.

    • Ronald Phillips sold a pair of side tables and a pair of Bolton candelabra.

    • Edward Hurst sold a major piece of English furniture to an American institution. A William Kent hall bench that came from the same workshop as a pair at Holkham Hall had three US museums and one English collector bidding for the piece.

    • Chiale Antiquariato sold a fireplace designed by Pelagio Palagi and constructed by Gaggini brothers together with the letter dated 14 march 1836 when Palagi ordered the fireplace from the Gaggini brothers.

    • Robert Young Antiques sold 20 pieces of vernacular furniture and Folk Art including a Georgian Burr Elm "Pancake Top" Cricket Table c.1760, a rare and sculptural Three Legged Windsor Chair made of elm and oak, Welsh c.1720 and a zinc Dog Breeders Trade Sign in the form of a fox terrier, English c.1910.

    • Sladmore sold two Rembrandt Bugatti bronzes and a number of early 20th century animal sculptures.

    • Tomasso Brothers sold two eye-catching works to European private collectors including the sculpture ‘Greyhound’ (1834) by Joseph Hall the Younger (b. 1789) made from Derbyshire Alabaster and Ashford Marble.

    • Thomas Gibson Fine Art ’s sold works including Bridget Riley and William Nicholson, which was on sale for £190,000.

    • Whitestone Gallery sold 4 pictures including Andy Warhol, reigning Queens, 1985 and a large abstract by Chiyu Uemae with an important work by Yayoi Kusama on reserve.

    • Les Enluminures sold both sets of Spanish rings as complete collections (23 rings in all). They have sold a good selection on poesy rings and one important book of hours.

    • Symbolic & Chase had an exceptional fair selling a diamond, emerald and yellow gold 'Snake' bracelet watch by Bulgari, a pair of titanium and diamond ear clips, French, 2014 by Sabba and a modernist two-tone gold and hematite pendant by Gustave Sandoz (valued at over 6 figure sum).

    • Sandra Cronan sold at least 20 pieces, across a good range of price and periods with a further dozen pieces on reserve or with serious interest.

    • Adrian Sassoon had a great start and subsequently sold every day, taking their sales to over 60 individual pieces.

    • Fitzgerald Fine Arts first time exhibitor, sold works from across the gallery’s selection of monumental and smaller-scale between £20,000 and £150,000.

    • Michael Goedhuis said they had a sell-out fair, selling 11 pieces.

    • VandervenOriental Art sold a number of porcelain pieces and an early Terracotta work to private English and Swiss Collectors.

    • Charles Ede had their best fair to date and an excellent preview. The Egyptian limestone relief fragment of a religious procession sold to a well-known British contemporary artist (£75,000) and Roman glass cameo fragment, 9479, to a UK museum. The most valuable item they sold was an Egyptian limestone ushabti for Yahu, Private collector for £190,000.

    Exhibitor comments:


    Adrian Sutton, Blain|Southern Director quoted “This is our second year at Masterpiece London which has become a must on the International Arts calendar. Every year we meet new collectors and reconnect with our existing clients – it is the perfect environment to present works of art for sale.”


    Floris Vanderven commented “Masterpiece has its own identity and flavour. It is an international fair with a British flavour. It is now on the map and in people’s diaries as a must visit. In only 5 years this is a real achievement and it is here to stay! There is an excellent mix of dealers specialising in high quality objects from the quirky to exotic.”


    T. Peter Kraus, Ursus Books, added, “ We are so happy to be exhibiting at Masterpiece London. An elegant fair, professionally produced and organised.”


    Philip Mould , “In its fifth year Masterpiece London has really come of age with an increase in quality of visitor and works of art on display. It was a highly successful selling fair for us this year.”


    Benjamin Walker, Gallery Director of Fitzgerald Fine Arts said “ I love this fair! We sold to a number of internationally-renowned collectors and have had strong interest from museum curators. If the potential after sales come through, it will become a ‘ten out of ten’ event for us with 25% of clients completely new to us.


    This year in association with Thomas Dane Gallery, Masterpiece London presented: Phillip King an exhibition of significant large-scale outdoor sculpture in the leafy surrounds of Ranelagh Gardens that will remain on view throughout the summer until 25 August commemorating the sculptor’s 80th birthday.


    The 2014 Masterpiece Marie Curie Party in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care and sponsored by Jaeger-LeCoultre raised a staggering £900,000 chaired by Heather Kerzner and her team. This is a new record for the charity evening at Masterpiece London and attracted many of London’s great and good including Jaeger-LeCoultre ambassadors Clive Owen, Monica Lewinski, Amber and Yasmin Le Bon, Tanya Bryer, Amanda Wakeley, Princesses Beatrice, Rachel Hunter and auctioneer and Sotheby’s Chairman Henry Wyndham.


    Other high profile visitors and collectors throughout the fair included: Eddie Redmayne, Sir Paul Smith, Zandra Rhodes, Tom Ford, Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice, Prince Michael of Kent, Marc Quinn, Anish Kapoor, Richard E. Grant, Sir Bob Geldof, Mika, Rod Stewart and Penny Lancaster, Nick Candy and Holly Valance, Joan Collins, Diana Rigg, Jacqueline Bisset, Gordon Ramsay, Mary Beard, Duke of Kent.


    Posted By:  Martin Sydne

The Gentleman's Journal Video Feature

This year The Gentleman's Journal interviewed Masterpiece London exhibitors and asked them what the highlight is of exhibiting with the Fair. Hear what they have to say in this video.

This year The Gentleman's Journal interviewed Masterpiece London exhibitors and asked them what the highlight is of exhibiting with the Fair. Hear what they have to say in this video.

Masterpiece London 2014 Video

Masterpiece London 2014, returned to the Royal Hospital Chelsea for its fifth year, joined by Principle Sponsor Royal Bank of Canada. Presenting art, antiques, design and jewellery from over 150 of the world's leading galleries; curators, collectors and visitors had the opportunity to both admire and acquire museum quality works of art from across every collecting category, from antiquity through to contemporary.

Masterpiece London 2014, returned to the Royal Hospital Chelsea for its fifth year, joined by Principle Sponsor Royal Bank of Canada. Presenting art, antiques, design and jewellery from over 150 of the world's leading galleries; curators, collectors and visitors had the opportunity to both admire and acquire museum quality works of art from across every collecting category, from antiquity through to contemporary.