Latest News Articles by Anne Crane
Godchaux’s animal attraction27 October 2021
Xavier Eeckhout specialises in animalier sculpture and for Fine Arts Paris the Parisian dealer will be focusing the spotlight on the works of Roger Godchaux (1878-1958) an artist whose catalogue raisonné he has just completed.
Thirst for knowledge27 October 2021
This Old Master painting by the 18th century Italian landscape artist Andrea Locatelli (1695-1741) will be shown at Fine Arts Paris by L’Horizon Chimérique from Bordeaux.
Join the tribe27 October 2021
Non-European ethnographic art is a one of the new categories at Fine Arts Paris, represented by Patrick and Ondine Mesdagh from Brussels who will be showing a selection of pieces from four continents.
Stonemasons struck gold in house discovery18 October 2021
Coin hoard dispersed in white-glove auction.
Sherlock Holmes on the comeback trail18 October 2021
This handwritten page from the manuscript of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Hound of the Baskervilles will feature at Heritage Auctions.
Breguet astronomical quarter repeating watch18 October 2021
On October 22 Skinner in Massachusetts is holding a sale of watches and timepieces from the estate of David G Newsom.
Cuffs that could not hold Houdini18 October 2021
On October 30 in Chicago Potter & Potter is holding the first part of the Ken Klosterman collection of magic-related artefacts.
Mirror is Printz charming18 October 2021
An ensemble of furnishings by the French designer/decorator Eugène Printz (1879- 1948) that were created in the 1930s for a villa in Casablanca, Morocco, will feature at Briscadieu Bordeaux in the French city on November 6.
Schwitters in the mix18 October 2021
A number of French auction houses will be holding sales of Modern and Contemporary art to coincide with FIAC, the annual Paris fair devoted to Contemporary art, which takes place this year from October 21-24.
Super English delftware selection sells stateside11 October 2021
Adam and Eve charger takes top price in collection amassed by American couple
Jasper Johns and Alan Reynolds feature at Doyle sale in New York04 October 2021
Doyle in New York is holding several sales that feature aspects of Post-war and Contemporary art over the next few weeks.
Across the rooftops04 October 2021
This painting by Jean Hélion (1904-87) will feature in the sale of furniture, objects and paintings at Copages Auction at Drouot in Paris on October 15.
The 47th FIAC fair finds a new Paris venue04 October 2021
FIAC, the Foire Internationale D’Art Contemporain, is Paris’ long-running annual fair devoted to Contemporary Art, staged every autumn.
Jean Dufy double act at Cannes auction04 October 2021
Two mid-20th century paintings by the French artist Jean Dufy (1888-1964) were among the highlights of the sale of Impressionist and Modern art, Old Masters, sculpture, ceramics and decorative arts at Besch Cannes Auction (21.25% buyer’s premium).
Henry Moore rocks up to Connecticut04 October 2021
Two works by Henry Moore (1898-1986) will feature in the sale at Shannon’s in Milford, Connecticut, on October 28.
Volpi flies the flag04 October 2021
A highlight of the Contemporary Art sale at Aguttes in Neuilly on October 25 will be this large 7ft 6in x 2ft 11in (2.3m x 89cm) painting in tempera on canvas by Alfredo Volpi (1896-1988).
Cocteau ram butts into Bonhams04 October 2021
On October 21 Bonhams will be holding a sale in its newly opened Paris saleroom devoted to works by the poet, writer, filmmaker and artist Jean Cocteau (1889- 1963) featuring graphic works, sculpture and ceramics.
Modern sculpture’s power couple: Works by the Lalannes continue to rise at auction25 September 2021
Demand for works by the artist duo Claude Lalanne (1925-2019) and her husband François-Xavier Lalanne (1927-2008) continues on a roll.
Auction to be staged in a Portuguese palace20 September 2021
Lisbon firm Veritas is holding an estate sale of works from the collection of the Count of Póvoa, D Manuel de Souza e Holstein-Beck, who died in 2011.
Early Jawlensky discovery offered in France20 September 2021
An early work by Alexej von Jawlenksy (1864-1914) will feature in the Côte Basque auction in Saint-Jean-de-Luz on November 19.