The Vintage Magazine is pleased to bring you the first in a series of Newsletters from our business member, Devonshire Wealth Management.
THE VIEW – From Devonshire Wealth Management and our associates in Discretionary Fund Management
For more information please contact: Devonshire Wealth Management, 76 New Cavendish Street, London W1G 9TB. email@example.com or call 020 76370666
2012 was a good year for risk assets, all things considered, but what is in store for 2013?
The “Fiscal Cliff” was the most pressing issue facing the markets at year end and remains a key consideration in January. We do need to consider the implications of this “deal” before analysing potential market returns in the year ahead.
For selected weeks in March and April 2013, it will be possible to hire The Lodge in Verbier exclusively for stays of 3, 4 or 7 nights (normally only 7-nights’ exclusive hire is possible in the winter season).
The Lodge has nine bedrooms including two Master Suites, plus a specially designed bunkroom accommodating up to six children.
Constable, Gainsborough, Turner: The Making of British Landscape
At the Royal Academy
8 December 2012 – 17 February 2013
Aside from its blockbuster, coffer-filling exhibitions, the RA often offers little stocking-filler exhibitions – usually small, low-budget, bijou shows, drawn from their own collection.
Now that the surprisingly successful Bronzes exhibition has finished and before they open their next big blockbuster, Manet’s Portraits (26 January – 14 April), they have a charming, if slightly academic, exhibition in the opulently gilded John Madekski Rooms and two adjacent rooms. All the works come from the RA’s own collection, though they have never been shown together and many are little known.