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  • Masterpiece London 2015 opens with record attendees, significant sales across the board and major unveilings 28/06/15

    The exterior of Masterpiece London 2015, with ‘Adam’ and ‘Eve’ by Richard Hudson, represented by Leila Heller Gallery. Image credit Deniz Karagulle.

    The Preview Day of the sixth edition of Masterpiece London ended with reports of record visitor numbers and strong sales across the board. The Fair draws collectors, curators, and designers from all over the world who view and purchase exceptional works of art spanning over 4,000 years of art history. This year the Fair welcomed a record 8,900 visitors on its opening day to the stunning Thames side location of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, an increase of over 26% on last year.

    "Opening day has proved better than ever!" said Raffaello Tomasso, at Tomasso Brothers Fine Art (Stand C2). "Visitors have loved the stand," added Dino Tomasso, "and we've met an enormous number of new contacts." Amongst several opening day sales was a Franco-Italian early C19th marble bust of Pyrrhus depicted as the Greek god Ares, sold for a price in the region of £100,000. 

    Strong sales were reported across the board including the sale of the prime piece at Rupert Wace Ancient Art (Stand C21), Hygiea for a six figure sum. Symbolic & Chase (Stand C7) sold an important diamond and ruby Boucheron cuff for a seven figure sum and Koopman Rare Art (Stand C30), silver specialists sold their fair highlight The Great Seals of the Queen’s Bench, 1838.

    Modern British has performed particularly well with a previously unknown work by Henry Moore, a lead Helmet, 1950, discovered by Osborne Samuel (Stand D24) and sold to a private Canadian collector who flew in especially for the Fair. Richard Green (Stand D26) got off to a good start, including the sale of a fine painting by L.S. Lowry and Dickinson (Stand D2) sold works by Chagall, Miró and Rodin on Preview Day. Robertaebasta (Stand B42) were delighted with the opening day achieving many sales including an important work by Alighiero Boetti, 1988. The Tom Scott collection of clocks offered by Carter Marsh & Co (Stand D11) achieved lots of attention with the Medici Tompion selling for £4.5million and a further 5 long case clocks taking the total to an “astonishing” £8million. In the decorative arts Ronald Phillips (Stand D6) sold The Castle Howard  mirrors, a set of four George II giltwood mirrors, circa 1740, and Robert Young Antiques (Stand C11) got off to a flying start with much of their stock selling within only a few hours of the fair opening.

    From left to right: Petra Ecclestone, James Stunt and Tamara Ecclestone with their children; Nazy Vassegh (CEO of Masterpiece London) with Elizabeth Esteve; Fredrikson Stallard. Image credit Andy Barnham.

    J-F Courville, Chief Operating Officer, RBC Wealth Management, said ‘We are delighted to continue our sponsorship of Masterpiece London with the introduction of the Fifth Plinth. Inspired by Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth, the Fifth Plinth in the Royal Bank of Canada lounge will feature a different ‘Masterpiece’ each day. Our sponsorship of the Fair also forms part of a larger dialogue between artists and collectors which the Royal Bank of Canada supports through a $7 million annual global commitment to the arts.

    High profile guests that attended included Evegeny Lebedev, Mila Kunis, Andrew Lloyd-Webber, Jasper Conran, Robbie Williams, Jade Jagger, Roman Abramovich, Dasha Zhukova, Paul McCartney and wife Nancy Shevell, Petra Ecclestone, James Stunt, Tamara Ecclestone, Sir Howard Hodgkin, Audrey Gruss, Terence Disdale, The Earl & Countess of Derby, Daniel Katz, Scott Snyder, Fredrikson Stallard, Jamie Drake, Ellie Cullman, Lord Constantine, Basia Briggs, Nick Foulkes, Princess Michael of Kent,  Sol Campbell, and Scott Snyder as well as the Chelsea Pensioners, all of whom added to the buzz of the Preview Day.

    Museum collectors and patrons included Carlos Picon (The Metropolitan Museum of Art), Rosie Mills (LACMA), Sir Nicholas Penny (National Gallery), Peter B Kerber (Getty Museum), Jessica Harrison-Hall (British Museum), Rita Freed (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), and Duncan Bell (Rijksmuseum), to name but a few.

    The 2015 Fair saw major unveilings from our exhibitors, including an unseen and uncatalogued pastel work by Claude Monet, which was discovered on the back of an existing pastel given by Monet to Paul Durand-Ruel’s (Monet’s dealer) granddaughter on her wedding day, offered by Richard Green (Stand D26); one of the largest fancy vivid Old-Cut yellow diamonds to ever come to market, weighing just over 114 carat, was unveiled by Symbolic & Chase (Stand C7); Dickinson (Stand D2) presented a monumental painting measuring over 4.5 metres tall by Robert Delaunay, the husband of Sonia Delaunay who is currently the focus of a major retrospective at Tate Britain.

    The Design Committee this year extended its remit to celebrate the diverse range of outstanding objects that the exhibitors offer every year. The committee was comprised of Philip Hewat-Jaboor (Chairman of Masterpiece London), Robin Anthony (Curator, Royal Bank of Canada), Susan Moore (Art Market Correspondent and Associate Editor at Apollo Magazine), Dr Brian Allen (Chairman, Hazlitt Gooden & Fox), Francis Sultana (Furniture and Interior Designer), Jamie Drake (Interior Designer), and Stephen Harrison (Decorative Arts Curator, Cleveland Museum of Art). The Outstanding Display of the Year Award went to Steinitz (Stand D10) and Object of the Year Award went to The Hanover Tompion No 417 at Carter Marsh & Co (Stand D11).

    In addition to these, the committee also awarded the ‘Painting of the Year Award’ to La Ville de Paris, La Femme et la Tour Eiffel, by Robert Delaunay, 1925, offered by Dickinson (Stand D2), ‘Jewel of the Year Award’ to Wartski (Stand C1) for their The Fall of the Damned by René Lalique, a cast and chased gold pendant suspending a baroque pearl, 1902, ‘Work of the Year by a Living Artist’ went to Yayoi Kusama for her work Waves, offered by Nukaga Gallery (Stand B12) .

    Posted By:  Drury Alexander
  • Distinguished Cultural Partners Announced 12/06/15

    From left to right: 1. Alberto Giacometti by Ida Kar, 1954 © National Portrait Gallery, London. Giacometti: Pure Presence at the National Portrait Gallery in October 2015. 2. ‘Holy Family with Saint John the Baptist’ c. 1528-37, by Perino del Vaga © The Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London. Unfinished… Works from The Courtauld Gallery from 18 June. 3. ‘The Swing’, 1767 by Jean-Honoré © The Wallace Collection.

    Masterpiece London is delighted to announce its official Cultural Partners ahead of the 2015 Fair, including the National Portrait Gallery, the Wallace Collection, the Sir John Soane Museum and The Courtauld Institute of Art. These institutions represent the world’s most celebrated artists, display historically and culturally important works and house some of the most prized private collections known internationally. The diverse appeal of their collections makes them natural partners for Masterpiece London.

    The support of these renowned UK institutions confirms Masterpiece London’s position as an integral part of the capital’s cultural offering. The summer season in London is an important period in the annual arts calendar, when the national museums open blockbuster exhibitions, the auction houses hold their major annual and bi-annual sales in London, and art galleries across the West End host exhibitions for London Art Week and Master Paintings Week (3 – 10 July).

    Coinciding with Masterpiece London, The Courtauld Gallery will present their summer showcase exhibition ‘Unfinished…Works From The Courtauld Gallery’ (18 June – 20 September 2015), bringing together paintings, drawings, prints and sculpture from the Renaissance to the early twentieth century that have all been described as unfinished. In the autumn the gallery will celebrate one of Britain’s most important and original Post-War artists, Peter Lanyon (15 October 2015 – 17 January 2016), with an exhibition entitled ‘Soaring Flight: Peter Lanyon’s Gliding Paintings’.

    Above left: Louis XIV combination casket by Andre Charles Boulle exhibited by Kraemer Gallery (works by Boulle can also be seen at the Wallace Collection. Above right: ‘Portrait of Lady Nanne Schrader (Nee Wiborg) by Giovanni Boldini, exhibited by Bottegantica (works by Boldini can also be seen at the National Portrait Gallery)

    The National Portrait Gallery will be opening their summer exhibition Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon (2 July – 18 October 2015), illustrating the life of the actress and fashion icon, followed by their autumn exhibition Giacometti: Pure Presence (15 October 2015 – 10 January 2016), which will focus on his portraits that span his entire oeuvre.

    Sir John Soane’s Museum celebrates the re-opening of Sir John Soane’s Private Apartments and Model Room (opened on 19 May), which have not been seen for 160 years. These will remain open until 4 July 2015 and the tours will be led by the expert staff at the museum.

    The Wallace Collection celebrates its partnership with Masterpiece London with a new membership opportunity: become a Friend of the Wallace Collection for just £45 and new members will receive 2 General Admission tickets to the Masterpiece. Friends will enjoy Friends only Previews and invitation to the Annual Director’s Lecture amongst other great benefits.

    Each of these Cultural Partnerships reflect the cross-collecting nature of the Fair, highlights the importance of summer in London for the arts sector, and emphasises the unique position Masterpiece occupies in the international art market. Further cementing this, is the tremendous support the Fair receives from museums around the world. Each year Masterpiece London draws curators to the Fair from the world’s finest cultural institutions and has established itself as an important annual meeting place. The success of the Fair can, in part, be attributed to the groundswell of interest and purchases from these world-renowned institutions including the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Rijksmuseum, MoMA, British Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum, The Getty and Tate.

    In addition Masterpiece London will be working with London & Partners and VisitBritain to promote the summer arts season in London, and across Great Britain, in which there are two weeks were Masterpiece takes place.

    CEO of London & Partners, Gordon Innes, says: ‘The capital offers a vibrant and diverse variety of arts and culture all year round providing a great reason to put London at the top of your list of places to visit. London’s world-class cultural institutions and events have long helped drive a significant increase in the visitors to London. This summer’s outstanding programme of exhibitions and events - including Masterpiece - will further boost London’s visitor economy as the capital cultural offer continues to go from strength to strength.’

    “Great Britain's cultural scene is world-renowned for being the birthplace of Turner, Shakespeare, Mackintosh, Gormley, Hirst, Hockney and Dylan Thomas, as well as perennial favourite events including The Proms, Glyndebourne, Wimbledon, Royal Ascot and the Edinburgh Festival. Summer is a fantastic time for visitors to experience all that Britain has to offer, especially culture, and the Masterpiece Fair is a fabulous way to enjoy fine arts, antiques and design from around the world, in a unique setting,”
    said Joss Croft, Marketing Director for VisitBritain.

    CEO of Masterpiece London, Nazy Vassegh says ‘Museums and cultural institutions have been central to Masterpiece fair from the very beginning and this year we are thrilled to partner with these leading international institutions. The fair provides an excellent platform for collectors, art dealers, cultural institutions and connoisseurs to congregate during this important season in London, which we have consciously chosen to be part of.’

    Posted By:  Chaer Ivan
  • Masterpiece London 2015 returns for its sixth edition 01/06/15

    Masterpiece London, the summer’s leading international cross-collecting fair for art, antiques and design, will take place at the Royal Hospital Chelsea from 25 June – 1 July 2015 (Preview on 24 June). Supported by Principal Sponsor, the Royal Bank of Canada, the Fair sits at the heart of the capital’s busy summer art and auction season. Last year, the art market generated over half a billion pounds worth of art sales during the week of Masterpiece, and the Fair is delighted to support and promote this culturally significant time for London and the United Kingdom.

    Visitors can look forward to what they have come to expect from Masterpiece London – a fair which offers for sale museum-quality works with superb provenance from over 150 galleries worldwide and provides an unparalleled opportunity to buy or admire the best pieces available across every discipline in the art market. Showcasing works that span over 4,000 years of art history, from antiquity to the present day, the Fair is a unique event that provides something of interest for every visitor.

    Drawing collectors and museum curators from around the world, Masterpiece has established itself as an important annual meeting place. The success of the Fair can, in part, be attributed to 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, to name a few. In addition, this year the Fair welcomes the Wallace Collection, the National Portrait Gallery, The Courtauld Institute of Art and Sir John Soane’s Museum as its official Cultural Partners.

    Nazy Vassegh, Chief Executive of Masterpiece said, “The 8 days when Masterpiece takes place is the epicentre of the art season in London. After just five years Masterpiece is now firmly regarded as both a leading international art fair and a welcome addition to the summer season in London. We are particularly delighted by the exhibitors and partners that will join us for the 2015 edition.”

    Commenting on Royal Bank of Canada’s sponsorship of the Fair, J-F Courville, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, RBC Wealth Management said, “Masterpiece brings together the most passionate collectors, exhibitors and curators from around the world to celebrate remarkable collectables, and fine art. RBC shares this passion and supports events such as these to ensure that works of art are enjoyed and shared, now and for generations to come.

    As a strong supporter of arts and culture, RBC is proud to partner again with Masterpiece London. We are delighted to watch this Fair grow in prominence, year over year, and look forward to another exceptional event in 2015.”

    New for 2015, Masterpiece London welcomes significant additions to the Fair’s already prestigious line-up: Richard Green (UK), Didier Aaron (UK; France; USA), David Gill Gallery (UK), Kraemer Gallery (France), Mazzoleni (UK), Jacques de la Béraudière (Switzerland), Van Cleef & Arpels (France), 88-Gallery (Hong Kong; France) , Burzio (Italy), Galerie Marcilhac (France), John Martin Gallery (UK), Stanley Gibbons (UK), Nukaga Gallery (Japan; UK) and Nilufar (Italy). The addition of these exhibitors further cements Masterpiece London’s position as a leading cross-collecting Fair.

    Exhibitors are increasingly choosing Masterpiece as the event from which to showcase innovative new designs, specially commissioned contemporary works, masterpieces, new discoveries and works of immaculate provenance. 2015 is no different – New York based jewellery dealer Siegelson (USA) will offer for sale an exquisite pair of earrings containing pearls which belonged to the last Empress of France, Eugenie de Montijo. A portrait of the Empress hangs in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, in which she can be seen wearing these pearls. Long-Sharp Gallery (USA) will display a rare and never before seen work by Andy Warhol, entitled ‘The Socialite’ of the attorney Olga Berde Mahl. This work was used by Warhol to purchase his Watts Street studio, which he worked in until his death.

    Masterpiece London has been referred to as “an international art fair with a British accent”. This year there will be an exceptional array of important British works offered for sale – Richard Green (UK) will offer a superb collection of 14 works by Laurence Stephen Lowry. In addition, Offer Waterman & Co (UK) will offer works by Barbara Hepworth, timed to coincide with the opening of the solo show at Tate Britain, alongside a monumental feminine form by William Turnbull, which will be presented in one of the public spaces within the Fair. Thomas Gibson Fine Art (UK) will offer the exceptional ‘Sighs from Hell’ by R. B. Kitaj, a skilled draughtsman who draws comparisons with Degas, which comes from the esteemed Bergman collection in Chicago, Lowell Libson Ltd (UK) will offer a great late watercolour by J.M.W. Turner, ‘A view over the val d’Aosta’, painted in 1836, while Piano Nobile (UK) will offer works from 20th century British artists, including ‘The Grey Shawl’ by William Nicholson, , which comes from the private collection at Harewood House, and 'KA IV', by Bridget Riley, created in 1980.

    Important British works will also include ‘The Tom Scott Collection of Clocks’ offered for sale by Carter Marsh & Co (UK), which is the finest private collection of clocks to come onto the market in living memory and includes the 1696 ‘Medici Tompion’. British furniture highlights include a diverse selection of antique tables, such as a George II carved side table attributed to William Linnell, a magnificent table with a rectangular Medicis Breccia marble top, to be offered by Apter-Fredericks (UK).

    Other highlights include a Louis-Alexandre Bellangé desk, created in a Renaissance style c.1840 in Paris, with ebony and tortoiseshell inlay on an oak structure, mahogany drawers and gilt bronze mounts, presented by Didier Aaron (UK; France; USA). The Hinton House Strong Box, a rare William and Mary brass bound ebonised strong box on a giltwood stand, created c. 1690, will be presented by Ronald Phillips (UK), while Rolleston (UK) will present an exceptional Charles II olive oyster-veneered and floral marquetry cabinet. Rose Uniacke (UK) will present one of the only beds to have ever been exhibited at the Fair – attributed to R. W. Winfield, this is an eye-catching silvered pressed metal and parcel gilt four poster bed, created c.1860. From the 20th century, Geoffrey Diner Gallery (USA) will present two iconic Tiffany Studios lamps, one depicting the peony and the other wisteria, and a Gerald Summers armchair constructed from a single piece of bent plywood, which is also the first chair to be formed in a mould, will be presented by Peter Petrou (UK).

    Masterpiece has long heralded the discipline of design and designer-makers as central to the Fair. This year an already strong line-up of design specialist galleries will be bolstered by the addition of David Gill Gallery (UK), who will offer some ground-breaking works by Mattia Bonetti, as well as pieces from Zaha Hadid, and the return of design studio Based Upon (UK), who will showcase the breadth of their capabilities and in particular their innovative material ‘tramazite’. 88-Gallery (Hong Kong) will offer important and vibrant works by Kam Tim, and Carpenters Workshop Gallery (France; UK) will offer a body of work by Ingrid Donat. British design house Linley (UK) will unveil'LIGHTSCAPE' a collection of three pieces that celebrate the changing light in the city and how it transforms architecture.

    Returning for the sixth edition are a selection of internationally celebrated galleries including A.Pallesi Art Gallery (Monaco), A La Vieille Russie (USA), Adrian Sassoon (UK), Aktis Gallery (UK), Alessandra di Castro (Italy), Amir Mohtashemi (UK), Apter-Fredericks (UK), Ariadne Galleries (USA), Berko Fine Paintings (Belgium), Blain|Southern (UK), Bottegantica (Italy), Carolle Thibaut Pomerantz (France), Charles Ede (UK), Carpenters Workshop Gallery (France; UK), Collisart, LLC (USA), Crane Kalman Gallery (UK), De Backker Medieval Art (Belgium), Dickinson (UK; USA), Edward Hurst (UK), Elle Shushan (USA), Fitzgerald Fine Arts (USA), Fred Leighton (USA), Galerie Chenel (France), Godson & Coles (UK), Genrokuart (Italy), Geoffrey Diner Gallery (USA), Hancocks (UK), Hemmerle (Germany), Hirschl & Adler (USA), James Harvey British & Sporting Art (UK), Jorge Welsh Oriental Porcelain & Works of Art (UK; Portugal), Koopman Rare Art (UK), Les Enluminures (France; USA), Lowell Libson Ltd (UK), Mallett (UK), MacConnal – Mason Gallery (UK), Matteo Lampertico (Italy), Michele Beiny (USA), Offer Waterman & Co (UK), Osborne Samuel Gallery (UK), Peter Harrington (UK), Robert Young Antiques (UK), Robilant + Voena (UK), Ronald Phillips Ltd. (UK), Rose Uniacke (UK), Rupert Wace Ancient Art (UK), S.J. Phillips Limited (UK), Siegelson (USA), Steinitz (France), Symbolic & Chase (UK), The Fine Art Society (UK), The Sladmore Gallery (UK), Thomas Gibson Fine Art (UK), Tomasso Brothers Fine Art (UK), Vanderven (The Netherlands), Véronique Bamps (Monaco), Wartski (UK), Whitford Fine Art (UK), and William Weston Gallery (UK).

    On the evening of Tuesday 30 June Masterpiece London will support the NSPCC with The Art Gala at Masterpiece. Tickets for the Reception, which starts at 7pm, are available to purchase for £100 per person from

    In celebration of the year of China and UK relations, which will move to the UK from June onwards, leading exhibitors specialising in objects from Asia will present a fine selection of works, including Jorge Welsh Oriental Porcelain & Works of Art (UK; Portugal), who will present a rare and unusual Chinese bottle, which belongs to a limited group of blue and white pieces with the coat of arms attributed to King Philip II of Spain (1556 – 1598). They are the only pieces of Chinese porcelain known with this coat of arms. Vanderven Oriental Art (The Netherlands) will offer an astonishing and rare large pottery figure of a Lokapāla, created during the Tang Dynasty (618 – 907). In addition, Asian Art in London will also take a stand at Masterpiece presenting a joint exhibition of works from their members.

    Of the two Salon spaces at Masterpiece one will be hosted by silversmith Puiforcat (owned by Hermes Group), the other salon space will be hosted by Fabergé. In addition, the Vanity Fair Lecture Theatre, which will host an array of high-profile talks and events throughout the Fair, will be designed by Katharine Pooley.

    Additional new partners for the Fair include Steinway & Sons, who will unveil their 600,000th piano ‘The Fibonacci’. It is a one-of-a-kind piano, designed and handcrafted by the renowned artisan Frank Pollaro. Previous milestone pianos reside at the Smithsonian Museum and the White House. Also joining the Fair are Falcon Group, Falcon Fine Art (FFA), which offers unique formulas for art financing and will have a stand in the Partner’s Corridor of the Fair.

    Returning as partners are SJ Villas, who will present a Prize Draw for two guests, which includes airfare and three nights at the Villa Alkhozama on the Azahra Estate in the exclusive Palmeraie, Marrakesh; and Ruinart Champagne, the exclusive Champagne pouring partner of the Fair. In addition, the Education Programme, during the Fair, will once again be supported by Savills with daily tours provided by Sotheby’s Institute of Art. For more information please visit the ‘What’s On’ section of the Masterpiece website in June.

    Caprice Holdings Ltd. will enhance visitors’ experience through their world-renowned dining venues, Le Caprice, Scott’s Seafood & Champagne Bar, The Ivy Bar and The Mount Street Deli. Le Caprice are offering an exclusive package at £120 for the Fair this year – this includes 2 tickets to the Fair and a 3 course meal chosen from Le Caprice’s Á La Carte menu, a bottle of water, half a bottle of house wine each and service charge. Bookings can be made through

    Outside the Fair, Masterpiece will use the magnificent South Grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea to present monumental sculpture including ‘Adam’ and ‘Eve’ by Richard Hudson, represented by Leila Heller Gallery (USA). Exhibited for the first time together, Adam and Eve will inspire visitors to contemplate creation, the universe and mankind itself. And ‘Messenger’ by William Tucker RA, which will be offered for sale by Pangolin (UK).

    Posted By:  Drury Alexander

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.

The Art Gala at Masterpiece In Aid of the NSPCC


Masterpiece London is delighted to partner with the NSPCC, the UK’s leading children’s charity, for the 2015 edition of the fair. The charity’s art themed fundraisers are renowned and the fair is pleased to support The Art Gala at Masterpiece in aid of the NSPCC.
An illustration of play therapy, pioneered by the NSPCC. Child is a model. Image credit Tom Hull.

Masterpiece London is delighted to partner with the NSPCC, the UK’s leading children’s charity, for the 2015 edition of the fair. The charity’s art themed fundraisers are renowned and the fair is pleased to support The Art Gala at Masterpiece in aid of the NSPCC.