Latest News Articles by Anne Crane
Dutch diversity – Amsterdam’s Tribal Art Fair gets set for latest staging20 October 2017
The global tribal art fair circuit moves to The Netherlands this month with the 15th staging of its annual ‘Tribal Art Fair’ taking place in Amsterdam at the De Duif church on Prinsengracht.
Auction previews from Munich salerooms Quittenbaum16 October 2017
ATG picks out a selection of highlights from upcoming auctions in Munich.
TEFAF NY edition falls into place for a second staging09 October 2017
TEFAF’s move onto the New York scene, with a spring and autumn fair in the heart of Manhattan, swings into its next stage with the second edition of TEFAF New York Fall from October 28-November 1.
British potters steal the limelight in New York02 October 2017
A 130-lot collection of studio pottery, featuring many of the best-known British names in the field, both past and present, was the focus of Cottone’s (18% buyer’s premium) sale of the estate of Annette McGuire Cravens in Geneseo, New York on September 22.
Finn Juhl furniture grabs the attention at Nordic Masters auction29 September 2017
Works by the highly-regarded Danish designer Finn Juhl (1912-1989) secured the three top slots in Bruun Rasmussen’s Nordic Masters design sale held in Copenhagen this week.
Five fancies: highlights from the Florence Biennale27 September 2017
The Biennale Internationale Dell’ Antiquariato di Firenze (Florence Antique Dealers Biennale) is one of two long-standing historic fairs staged in September, the other being La Biennale, Paris.
Shopping for the jewels of the city25 September 2017
The New York Jewellery & Watch Show returns to the city for its third staging from October 27-30.
Photographic bites from the Big Apple25 September 2017
October is one of two periods each year when New York salerooms put the spotlight on photographs. Here ATG selects highlights ranging from mid-19th century daguerreotypes to works from the 21st century...
Dealers unveil items on offer at ‘Fine Art Asia’ fair in Hong Kong20 September 2017
‘Fine Art Asia’ opens for its 12th staging from September 30 to October 3 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition centre.
Cravens collection offered at Cottone Auctions in New York State18 September 2017
Cottone Auctions is selling the collection of Annette McGuire Cravens, a philanthropist and widely travelled arts patron from Buffalo, New York State.
Madrid sale to offer virgin and child by Murillo18 September 2017
A painting by Bartolomé Esteban Murillo will feature in the next auction at Alcalá Subastas on October 4-5.
Dutch homage to Caravaggio in Zurich18 September 2017
A painting of a violin player holding a wine glass by Dirck Van Baburen will be offered at Koller’s upcoming auction in Zurich.
Henry Moore maquette emerges in New Jersey18 September 2017
This bronze maquette by Henry Moore (1898-1986) will feature in a two-session, 850-lot sale to be held by Nye and Company in Bloomfield NJ on September 27-28.
Artcurial stage Symbolist sale in Paris18 September 2017
A sale dedicated to the art of the Symbolist movement will be held by Artcurial in Paris on September 26.
Qianlong seal appears in Toulouse auction18 September 2017
The personal seals used by the Qianlong Emperor, a known connoisseur and patron of the arts, are among the most highly prized Chinese artefacts in today’s market.
Finn Juhl furniture are among highlights at Copenhagen auction18 September 2017
Two rare early pieces of furniture by the famous architect and designer Finn Juhl are among the highlights in Bruun Rasmussen’s Design sale to be held in Copenhagen on September 27-28.
Lucie Rie - doyenne of the British studio pottery scene - continues to lead at auction15 September 2017
Demand for Lucie Rie’s studio pottery is on a roll. The latest example in the saleroom came at Sotheby’s Made in Britain auction on September 13 when this yellow and bronze glazed bowl from the 1980s sold for £100,000 (plus premium).
‘Parcours des Mondes’ – eight shots of objects and displays from Paris’ tribal art trail14 September 2017
The Paris Parcours des Mondes tribal art trail started its six-day run on September 12 with visitors filling the streets in the art and antiques district of Saint Germain des Près to tour around the participating galleries.
Q&A with Florence 'Biennale' exhibitor Jorge Coll, CEO of Colnaghi11 September 2017
Among the London art dealers who are off to Florence for the 30th edition of the city’s Biennale this month is Colnaghi. ATG canvassed the opinion of the firm’s CEO, Jorge Coll.
Dealers gather in Italy for 30th staging of the Florence Biennale art and antiques fair11 September 2017
While Paris has changed its 'Biennale' to run every year, the equally venerable Florence 'Biennale', (the 'Biennale Internationale dell Antiquariato di Firenze – BIAF') retains a traditional format running in alternate years.