Rupert Maas and Fiona Bruce on the BBC's Antiques Roadshow
London dealer Rupert Maas, one of the art appraisers on the BBC's Antiques Roadshow, and presenter Fiona Bruce in 2016 with a portrait by Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1836-1912) of his friend and engraver Leopold Löwenstam. Maas valued the work at £200,000-300,000.

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The events will be held at eight venues in May-July 2019 from Salisbury to Dundee where the show’s well known specialists will be on hand to value items brought in by the public.

Entry to the shows is free and no tickets or pre-registration is required. For more information see the BBC website.

Full list of venues – summer 2019

Salisbury Cathedral

Tuesday May 14

Morden Hall Park in London

Sunday June 2

Lytham Hall, Lancashire

Tuesday June 11

V&A Dundee

Sunday June 23

Compton Verney, Warwickshire

Tuesday July 2

Battle Abbey, near Hastings

Tuesday July 9

National Botanic Garden of Wales, Carmarthenshire

Friday July 19

Castle Ward, Downpatrick, Northern Ireland

Thursday July 25

BBC Antiques Roadshow experts

BBC Antiques Roadshow experts Judith Miller, Lennox Cato, Paul Atterbury, presenter Fiona Bruce, Mark Hill and Rupert Maas. The image was taken for the 40th anniversary of the show in 2017.