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Interior designer Bill Bennette who picked Elisabeth Frink’s sculpture ‘Lying Man’ on the stand of Beaux Arts London as his favourite item at the BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair.

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This year, before the doors opened, a group of four interior designers picked out their favourite items from around their stands for the Interior Designers' Selection, part of the fair's collaboration with House & Garden.

Bill Bennette, pictured here, picked out Elisabeth Frink's sculpture Lying Man on the stand of new exhibitor Beaux Arts London; Emma Burns, a director at Colefax & Fowler, chose a fabric design by Sonia Delaunay, entitled Meuke, from Atelier; Tom Carey selected Ben Nicholson's textile Wassail for the Edinburgh Weavers from Gray MCA, and Douglas Mackie chose two pieces from Godson & Coles: a painting by Victor Pasmore entitled Linear Motif in Black and White (1959) as well as a kinetic sculpture, Stabile  by Paul Mount.

The fair runs until March 24 and a full review will follow in a future issue of ATG's printed weekly publication.