New Exhibitors at LAW Winter 2021

This Winter's London Art Week celebrates 40 exciting in-gallery and auction house exhibitions featuring works of art from ancient to modern with spectacular highlight works, and is accompanied by an enlightening programme of live and online talks, tours, and the third LAW Symposium. LAW Digital exhibits up to 10 works online from every participant, plus editorials and videos.

Past talks from the third installment of Art History in Focus can be watched on our YouTube channel here.

Two new exhibitors will be joining London Art Week this winter: London's pre-eminent dealer in antique silver, gold boxes and objets de vertu, Koopman Rare Art and Patrick Bourne & Co, leading international specialist in the field of British Art.


Philip Rundell, The Shield of Achilles, A Highly Important Shield for The King of Hanover, 1823 Silver-Gilt 89.7 cm. (35 3/8 in.), Courtesy Koopman Rare Art


For their first LAW presentation, Koopman will be presenting the exhibition Regency Silver. A theme of silver treasures from the Regency period (1811-1820), famed for its grandeur and patriotic enthusiasm. This led to a demand for ostentatious works of art and fabulous masterpieces in silver and silver-gilt, including the only known and highly important set of eight impressive silver-gilt candlesticks made in London in 1816 by Paul Storr (1771-1844), considered to be among the largest and most ambitious ones made in 19th century Britain.









Stanley Cursiter (1887-1976), The Bathers Kirkwall Stromness, Orkney, 1920, Watercolour, 482.6 x 584.2 mm. (19 1/8 x 23 1/8 in.), Courtesy Patrick Bourne & Co


Patrick and Cordelia Bourne specialise in British art from the eighteenth century through to the mid-twentieth century. Patrick Bourne is an internationally-recognised authority on Scottish Art and a past Chairman of the Society of London Art Dealers (SLAD).

This winter, they will be displaying 20th-century drawings and watercolours depicting the human figure in the exhibition IN MOVEMENT AND REPOSE - The Human Form On Paper. Their curated selection of eight works on paper includes an exceptional watercolour of two bathers by Stanley Cursiter from 1920 when the artist was living and working in Cassis in the South of France.








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