Masterpiece London June 24th 2015

June 2015 DISTINGUISHED CULTURAL PARTNERS ANNOUNCED AHEAD OF MASTERPIECE LONDON 2015 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's 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.      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 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).

June 2015
DISTINGUISHED CULTURAL PARTNERS ANNOUNCED AHEAD OF MASTERPIECE LONDON 2015
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’s 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. 
Above  Louis XIV combination casket by Andre Charles Boulle exhibited by Kraemer Gallery (works by Boulle can also be seen at the Wallace Collection. Below : ‘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 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).Courtesy and with thanks Masterpiece.

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