Not all masterpieces are at Masterpiece Fair

In its seventh year, Masterpiece London is a well established highlight of the art world calendar. It celebrates the collection of artworks from antiquity through to present day, and has a huge range of works on display. It is so exciting to wander around, eyeing up a drawing that would just be perfect for your bathroom, or perhaps a cabinet that would fill that gap in your sitting room…The Royal Hospital in Chelsea is an ideal location for such meanderings, it is no surprise that the fair welcomes approximately 40,000 visitors each year.

However, let us not forget that not all masterpieces are at Masterpiece. Over the course of the week that the Fair has been in full swing, we have been showing you some of our favourite items in the collection and our very own masterpieces. Here is a little recap:

1.  A Gorgeous Pair of late eighteenth century French Neoclassical Marquise

2. Japanese Lacquer Cabinet, c. 1700

3. View of St Mark’s Square, Venice, The Master of the Langmatt, c. 1740-60

4. Stunning Chinese Qianlong Imari Vase

Large 18th Century Chinese Qianlong Imari Vase

5. Turkish Ottoman Shamshir Sword

Turkish Ottoman Shamshir sword

6.  Eighteenth century French pencil drawing of a picturesque Chateau

7. Nineteenth century Female Bust, in the manner of Edgar Boehm

8. Beautiful George II Chippendale giltwood overmantel mirror

George II Chippendale period Rococo giltwood border glass overmantel mirror

We hope that you like them! For more treasures, feel free to browse the website and let us know which are your favourite masterpieces!