Latest News Articles by Gabriel Berner
Tesson’s delicacies in line with bidders’ taste24 April 2023
French artist Louis Tesson (1820-70) is best known for his genre paintings in the Middle East and north Africa.
Italian attractions in Philadelphia24 April 2023
This typical genre scene by Italian painter Alessandro Milesi (1856-1945) was taken to a multi-estimate $37,500 (£31,000) at a US auction
Trade greets market fresh Wodehouse Old Master wonders27 March 2023
Middle market Old Masters, longstanding family ownership, market freshness... what’s not to like?
Elegant sitter ‘from the Fairfaxes’ catches the attention27 March 2023
A flurry of bids emerged at Mallams (25% buyer’s premium) in Oxford for a particularly fine 17th century portrait of a young woman.
Reach for the sky with a celestial single-owner collection06 March 2023
Headlining Sotheby’s Asia Week New York line up is the 23-lot single-owner auction Celestial Colors. The Cadle Family Collection of Chinese Monochromes.
Array of traditional robes on offer06 March 2023
Three online sales make up the Asia Week New York programme presented by Lark Mason Associates via the iGavel Auctions platform.
Five plus three equals eight auctions both live and online06 March 2023
Christie’s celebrates Asia Week New York with eight auctions: five live and three online
JJ Lally & Co lots span 5000 years of Chinese history06 March 2023
Bonhams will offer two single-owner collections as part of its programme for Asia Week New York.
The plum garden that inspired van Gogh06 March 2023
For Asia Week New York, Heritage will offer a collection of Japanese woodblock prints, cloisonné, Chinese textiles, Tibetan bronzes, jades and other items.
Gallery shows unite Big Apple residents and visitors06 March 2023
Around 26 specialist dealers are taking part in the 2023 edition of Asia Week New York (AWNY) from March 16-24.
Japanese art at the end of the Edo period06 March 2023
Sebastian Izzard LLC celebrates 25 years with an exhibition of 19th century Japanese paintings and prints during AWNY from March 17-24 on East 76th Street.
Hokusai goes with the flow06 March 2023
Shown here is a highlight of The Art of Japan’s Asia Week New York exhibition, Fine Japanese Prints: 300 Years of Japanese Prints, Ukiyo-e -Modern.
Kuniyoshi masters woodblock prints06 March 2023
As its Asia Week New York offering, Egenolf Gallery presents Prints and Drawings by Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1798-1861), Master of Graphic Storytelling.
Catching Hindu and Muslim court traditions06 March 2023
For its 13th annual Asia Week New York exhibition, dealership Oliver Forge and Brendan Lynch will offer 44 paintings reflecting the Hindu and Muslim court traditions of India
Dealers and auctioneers ready for action at New York Asia Week06 March 2023
Exhibitions and sales lined up for the 14th edition of the annual celebration of Asian art in New York
Channel enlightening energies through sculpture06 March 2023
During Asia Week New York, local dealer Kapoor Galleries presents Divine Gestures: Channels of Enlightenment, an exhibition of sculptural works
The web shop window: A Meiji period ‘living doll’20 February 2023
Thousands of items are available to buy from dealers online. Here we pick out one that caught our eye this week.
5 Questions: vintage and retro dealer Rachel Toy20 February 2023
Rachel Toy’s love of vintage started with trips to car boots sales with her mum in the 1980s and ignited a particular interest in 1960s and 1970s homeware. Today she runs Rachel’s Vintage Retro based in Pitstone in east Buckinghamshire.
Auction action moves from idyllic countryside to rugged mountains20 February 2023
Two Henry Lamb (1883-1960) landscapes, unseen in public since the early 1960s, attracted a flurry of bids
Gallery takes transatlantic paths to abstraction20 February 2023
The colourful and dynamic 1988 canvas 'Hydaspes' by Gillian Ayres (1930-2018) or the geometric order and symmetry of Alfred Jensen’s (1903-81) work from 1966, 'Doric Order' – which do you prefer?