14-18 October 2015
Regent's Park, London
Among paintings and drawings by european artists, ranging from the 17th to the 20th century, the following works will be on show.
Rosalba Carriera (Venice 1673–1757)
Portrait of a Young Gentleman, a member of the Wade family.
Pastel on paper. 56 x 42 cms.
Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo (Venice 1727–1804)
A Scene from ‘Everyday Life’: Two Ladies with their Cavaliers Beside a Fountain.
Pen and brown ink and wash, within brown ink framing lines. Signed: Dom° Tiepolo f. 375 x 506 mms.
Théodore Chassériau (Sainte-Barbe-de Samana, Saint Domingo 1810–1856 Paris)
Study of Two Women, Half Disrobed, Seen from the Back
Oil on canvas. 40.4 x 32.5 cms.
Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas (Paris 1834–1917)
Study of a Female Nude, Seated Cross-Legged, with her Head Held Back
Oil on board. Signed lower right in pale brown paint: degas. 34.8 x 26.5 cms.
Eugène Henri Paul Gauguin (Paris 1848–1903 Marquesas Islands)
Gouache and watercolour with pen and dark blue ink and gold paint. Collage, paper laid down on board. Titled in point of the brush and black and gold paint: Nègreries Martinique. Signed and dated lower right, in point of the brush and black ink: P. Gauguin 90. 34.3 x 24.7 cms.
Giovanni Boldini (Ferrara 1842–1931 Paris)
Oil on panel. Signed, upper right: Boldini. 35.8 x 27.5 cms.
Lucian Freud (Berlin 1922–2011 London)
A Walk To The Office
Conté crayon on paper. 224 x 141 mms.
Francis Bacon (Dublin 1909–1992 Madrid)
Study for Head of Lucian Freud
Oil on canvas. Inscribed and dated verso: Study for Head of Lucian Freud 1967. 35.5 x 30.5 cms.