Latest News Articles by Anne Crane
France’s main antiques fair: the 2017 version30 May 2017
The Syndicat National Des Antiquaires, organisers of the Biennale Paris, has announced the latest exhibitor list and progamme details for France’s main art and antiques fair which takes place in September.
Paris Tableau skates over to Brussels30 May 2017
A Parisian fair is ‘exploring new horizons’ with its first international event held at a former royal ice rink in the Belgian capital.
Japanese architect's table on offer at Paris auction30 May 2017
Included in Tajan’s design auction on June 1 is this striking 21st century low plexiglass table created by the Japanese architect Toyo Ito (b.1941).
Shopping for ceramics30 May 2017
Ceramics items on offer in London this summer from auction houses and dealers.
Tribal tempters in new Sussex sale22 May 2017
Summers Place Auctions in Billingshurst is well known for its Garden Statuary and Natural History sales. Now it is adding a new category to the portfolio.
Introduction to a summer of tribal shows22 May 2017
Tribal, non-European or ethnographic art has experienced a huge growth in both general and financial appreciation this century. This boost is partly due to the connections made between indigenous art and its influence on modern and contemporary artists.
Second slice of The Bourgogne Tribal Show22 May 2017
While most tribal art events take place in major cities, the Bourgogne Tribal Show makes the most of its rural location.
When the tribal art world comes to Brussels22 May 2017
'Cultures – The World Arts Fair' is a gallery-based event staged every June in the antique-dealing district of Brussels known as The Sablon.
French auctioneers stage annual charm offensive to promote their industry18 May 2017
‘Journées Marteau’, the annual national initiative aimed at promoting the world of auctions across France, takes place this weekend.
Fresh steps on the summer trail of dealer shows15 May 2017
Two new dealer shows, Kensington – The Heart of Ceramics and A Collector’s Paradise, herald in this year’s high summer art season in London, while Ceramics Mayfair continues to delight in Kent
Dealers join forces for Ceramics Mayfair15 May 2017
A regular selling show in the summer calendar is Ceramics Mayfair which has been going strong for 11 years and features the combined forces of Jupiter Antiques, Mark and Sandra Diamond and Catherine Hunt.
Caughley collection shows the Wright ways to attract buyers15 May 2017
Shropshire auction of wares from short-lived ‘niche’ factory proves to be a good market test...
Delft touch on both sides of the Atlantic15 May 2017
Inscriptions and/or dates add a premium in many classes of ceramics but especially so in delftware. Some afficionados such as the late Syd Levethan made this a particular goal for their collecting.
Private collections yield wide range of ceramics at Woolley & Wallis15 May 2017
Woolley & Wallis holds one of its dedicated English and Continental ceramics auctions in Salisbury on May 23. The wide range of material on offer takes in everything from the major 18th and 19th century English porcelain factories to a group of Italian maiolica.
Sèvres and Vincennes among highlights at Bonhams15 May 2017
Following the glass and British ceramics auction, which takes place in Bonhams’ Knightsbridge rooms this week, the auction house holds its main European ceramics sale of the summer in New Bond Street on June 14.
Painting by Javanese prince emerges at Van Ham in Cologne08 May 2017
On May 19, not for the first time, Van Ham in Cologne is selling a painting by Raden Saleh Ben Jaggia (1811-80), a Javanese prince who made a career for himself during the 22 years he spent in Europe, mainly in The Netherlands and Germany.
Privately printed edition of Lawrence of Arabia's classic at New York auction08 May 2017
One of 170 complete copies of the privately printed Cranwell edition of the 'Seven Pillars of Wisdom, A Triumph', 1926, by TE Lawrence (better known as Lawrence of Arabia) leads the Swann Galleries sale on May 16 in New York.
Chinese automaton clock chimes at Paris auction08 May 2017
Classic antiques from furniture and works of art to scientific instruments and a Roman marble torso all feature in Artcurial’s evening sale in its Paris rooms on May 16.
Portrait of a Man stands out in Munich08 May 2017
Karl & Faber in Munich is offering 'Portrait of a Man, Holding a Carnation', a 16 x 11in (41 x 29cm) panel, attributed to Dirck Jacobsz (before 1497-1567) at its auction on May 19.
Fruit seller automaton winds way to Cologne sale08 May 2017
Gustave Vichy was probably the most accomplished manufacturer of automata in fin de siècle France. A prime example of his art is putting in an appearance at the May 20 sale of Auction Team Breker in Cologne.