Masterpiece London is once again set to thrill collectors and new enthusiasts across the globe with a spectacular line up of UK and international dealers committed to exhibiting at the fair this year. In its third year, Masterpiece London will take place from 28 June – 4 July (with a Preview on Wednesday 27 June) in the South Grounds of The Royal Hospital Chelsea, London SW3.
His Royal Highness Prince Harry appreciates a Monet at Masterpiece London 2011
Last year, Editor at Large contributor Deborah Sanders covered the show, highlighting the best of the best in art, antiques and design from UK and international exhibitors.
This year's line-up includes Dickinson (London, UK), A La Vieille Russie (New York City, USA), Alessandra di Castro & Carlo Orsi (Rome, Italy), Sycomore Ancient Art (Geneva, Switzerland) and Brame & Lorenceau (Paris, France). New and exciting names are also confirmed for 2012, including Siegelson (New York City, USA), Rudigier (Munich, Germany), Applicat-Prazan (Paris, France), Kaare Bernsten (Oslo, Norway), Hemmerle (Munich, Germany), and Sperone Westwater (New York City, USA).
The show will offer a complimentary educational visitor programme of captivating lectures from The Wallace Collection and engaging experiences with exhibitors, as well as a fine dining offering courtesy of Caprice Holdings. CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people, has once again been selected as the beneficiary of the Masterpiece London Midsummer Party which will take place this year on Thursday, June 28.
Thomas Woodham-Smith, Chairman of Masterpiece London, said, “In a year where the international spotlight shines brightly on London, exciting plans are in the pipeline to ensure Masterpiece London 2012 is bigger and better than ever. Further details will be unveiled over the coming months, and guarantee to wow everyone from the established aficionado to the curious newcomer."
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