Latest News Articles by Gabriel Berner
The web shop window: Francis Bacon poster for Tate 1962 exhibition17 October 2022
Thousands of items are available to buy from dealers online. Here we pick out one that caught our eye this week.
5 Questions: Maxime Mauchamp of Tsukimi Gallery17 October 2022
Maxime Mauchamp of Tsukimi Gallery in Paris which offers Japanese works of art from the 20th century to contemporary, including ceramics, metalworks and cloisonné enamel pieces
Three to look out for from Fine Art Society17 October 2022
Studio potter Waistel Cooper (1921-2003) is back in the spotlight at The Fine Art Society and leads a busy autumn programme at the gallery.
Birmingham fair reduces set-up from two days to one to maintain low costs for exhibitors17 October 2022
Thousands of visitors are expected to descend on the NEC in Birmingham next month for one of country’s larger vetted antiques and fine art fairs.
Keith Vaughan from a key period03 October 2022
A conscientious objector conscripted into the Non-Combatant Corps in 1941, the artist Keith Vaughan (1912-77) was stationed at Ashton Gifford in Wiltshire then Malton in Yorkshire.
Bomberg on his travels03 October 2022
Over a dozen paintings by David Bomberg (1890-1957) are being offered on the market for the first time at Dreweatts.
Gaudier-Brzeska owned by a Courtauld emerges at Bellmans03 October 2022
Inspired by his trips to Richmond Park in south-west London, French-born sculptor Henri Gaudier-Brzeska (1891-1915) fashioned a number of deer sculptures.
Top-sellers in Welsh auction are both by painters who died young03 October 2022
Modern British art assembled over a lifetime by a Monmouthshire-based collector generated some decent competition in a timed online auction at Rogers Jones & Co (24% buyer’s premium).
Portrait by an islander who ended up becoming isolated03 October 2022
This portrait by Brenda Chamberlain (1912-71) will be offered in the sale of Welsh Art at Rogers Jones in Cardiff on November 19.
Master of tempera Southall tempts with watercolours too03 October 2022
A leading member of the Birmingham Group and closely associated with the Arts & Crafts movement, Joseph Southall (1861-1944) is probably best known for tempera painting – the painstaking medieval technique he helped revive.
Rowland Hilder landscape attracts bidders at Mallams03 October 2022
This typically wintry scene by the prolific artist Rowland Hilder (1905-93) was the star lot of Mallams’ (25% buyer’s premium) Modern Living sale.
Fedden gets away second time around03 October 2022
Returning to auction for the second time in a year, this still-life by Mary Fedden (1915- 2012) fetched £15,500 at Reeman Dansie (20% buyer’s premium).
O’Casey crow sculpture attracts a flurry of bids03 October 2022
Simple, nature-inspired motifs and geometric shapes run through the work of St Ives artist Breon O’Casey (1928-2011).
Burlingham in tune with the house mix29 August 2022
Nestled in 400 acres of land in Hampshire is Heckfield Place, a Georgian manor house masterfully restored and renovated into a luxury hotel.
Dreweatts to hold sale of items from Windsor House Antiques29 August 2022
Auction house Dreweatts will conduct a sale at Barnwell Manor, Northamptonshire – home to dealership Windsor House Antiques – on September 7.
Dealer's Auerbach exhibition underlines artist's strong link with his sitters29 August 2022
'Frank Auerbach: The Sitters' at Piano Nobile includes over 40 paintings and drawings with around a third of the works for sale.
Grosvenor Prints' new catalogue offers more than 220 items29 August 2022
Over 220 items (and counting) are in the forthcoming Catalogue 119 – the latest offering from Covent Garden dealership Grosvenor Prints.
Raise your glass to John Nash27 June 2022
Recent biography, major show and strong auction prices suggest younger Nash is on the rise.
Doggett record broken twice27 June 2022
Demand continues to grow for works by Modern British artist Ruth Doggett (1881-1974) after her auction record was broken twice in the same auction.
Agnews offers rediscovered Dürer drawing bought for $30 four years ago22 November 2021
This unpublished drawing by Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528) is being offered by art dealership Agnews as part of London Art Week (LAW).