Latest News Articles by Anne Crane
Newly discovered 16th century French bronze emerges at Paris sale24 February 2020
A rare example of newly discovered bronze by a French Renaissance sculptor will be making an appearance at the rostrum on April 1 in Paris.
Rediscovered French Renaissance bronze nude to be revealed at Paris auction22 February 2020
A rare example of a newly discovered bronze by a French Renaissance sculptor will be making an appearance at the rostrum on April 1 in Paris.
Betty Seeler’s botanical wares sold in New Jersey auction17 February 2020
The collection of the late Elizabeth ‘Betty’ Seeler comprising the contents of her home in Forest Hill Gardens went under the hammer at Millea Bros (25% buyer’s premium) in New Jersey on January 30.
Märklin pioneer plane offered at auction in Germany10 February 2020
This clockwork monoplane manufactured by Märklin in 1914 was one of numerous early 20th century tin toys made by German manufacturers to celebrate the achievements of the early pioneers of flight.
George III mug makes the Maine attraction10 February 2020
Among the ceramics to be included in the Thomaston Place Winter Auction to be held in Maine from February 28-March 1, is this 2½in (6.25cm) high English George III period earthenware mug.
Strong supply of Wedgwood and Staffordshire among English ceramics at Boston sale10 February 2020
A good range of 18th and 19th century English ceramics is included in Skinner’s February 14 sale of European furniture and decorative arts in Boston.
Pre-revolutionary provincial French silver offered in the Biron collection shine at auction10 February 2020
Rare 18th century French silver from the golden age of production was a feature of the collection of Renée and Louis Biron offered by Ader (28% buyer’s premium) at Drouot in Paris.
English figures and scent bottles feature prominently at Dreweatts10 February 2020
A key feature of the ceramics section of Dreweatts’ sale on February 19 will be 55 lots from a local private collection featuring 18th century English porcelain.
Porcelain from the Prince of Interiors features highly at Sotheby’s New York10 February 2020
A sizeable helping of English and Continental ceramics featured in the large auction titled Mario Buatta: Prince of Interiors held by Sotheby’s New York (25/20/13.9% buyer’s premium).
Caughley porcelain stays local for sale at Halls10 February 2020
Caughley Porcelain was founded in Shropshire (at Broseley) so it is hardly surprising that local saleroom Halls has been offering its fair share of consignments from this 18th century factory whose wares rivalled those of the Staffordshire potteries and Worcester in particular.
Boudin down on the farm10 February 2020
This 14 x 10¾in (35.5 x 27cm) oil on canvas by Eugène Boudin (1824-98) will feature in Freeman’s sale of European Art and Old Masters in Philadelphia on February 18.
Rockingham ceramics on offer in Rotherham10 February 2020
On March 2 in Thurcroft, Rotherham, Paul Beighton will offer the second instalment of the Rowley collection of Rockingham pottery and porcelain produced locally in nearby Swinton in the first half of the 19th century. The collection was some 20 years in the making and comprised just over 120 pieces in total.
Vases from Napoleon III era show mythology on a grand scale10 February 2020
One of the highest prices of 2019 achieved by French auction house Beaussant Lefèvre (27% buyer’s premium inc VAT) was the €310,000 (£262,710) paid for this impressively tall 4ft 1in (1.25m) high pair of gilt bronze mounted, footed and covered vases.
Research adds value for Giuseppe de Ribeira portrait in Paris saleroom03 February 2020
A newly discovered painting by Giuseppe de Ribeira (1591-1652) has been uncovered in a private home by the Paris auction firm Daguerre.
Punchinello visits Paris as Tiepolo is key name at Christie's drawings sale03 February 2020
March is when Paris turns its attention to the world of drawings and works on paper.
Single-owner sales significant among French auction turnovers03 February 2020
Dedicated collections boost Sotheby’s as it tops list of French auction turnover figures.
BRAFA 2020: Eight stands that caught our eye30 January 2020
BRAFA art fair in Brussels opened to the public earlier this week following several private views that kicked-off the event.
Moigniez bronze bird flies into German auction27 January 2020
When he was only 20, the French sculptor Jules Moigniez exhibited one of his works at the Paris Exposition Universelle of 1855.
George Tinworth plaque stages a Shakespeare show in terracotta27 January 2020
This Doulton Lambeth terracotta plaque by George Tinworth will be included in the ceramics section of Skinner’s February 14 sale of European furniture and decorative arts in Boston.
Italian sculptor's marble Cleopatra appears in North Carolina27 January 2020
The sale at Brunk in Asheville, North Carolina, on February 8 includes a 3ft 10in (1.17m) carrara marble Cleopatra morente by the Italian sculptor Pio Fedi (1816-92).