20 - 21 September 2004
ALGERNON CECIL NEWTON, R.A. (1880-1968)
BOURDON HOUSE FROM BERKELEY SQUARE, LONDON
signed with monogram and dated '1932' (lower left)
oil on canvas
29½ x 35½ in. (75 x 90 cm.)
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Sheffield, City Art Galleries, June 1980, No. 27.
Bourdon House, Davies Street, was built during George I's reign (1714-1727), and was until 1953 the London home of Bendor, 2nd Duke of Westminster. In 1962 the lease was acquired by Mallett, and it remains their second London showroom.
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