Monday, 26 January 2009

Machin's portrait is chic in Chelsea

Thanks to my friend David for pointing out Machin's portrait as the centerpiece of a drawing room in Chelsea. It belongs to Belle Robinson, founder of the Jigsaw clothing empire.

Reported in the Daily Mail, a UK newspaper, the article notes, "The most eye-catching piece is above the mantelpiece - a giant collage of a Royal Mail stamp pieced together with mother of pearl buttons - one of three works in the flat by Ann Carrington."

Unfortunately, no credit to Arnold Machin in the article.

The image is on the left side of the Daily Mail's page. Click on the image on that page to see a larger version.


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