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Latest news from Antiques Trade Gazette, the leading specialist publication for the art and antiques market


Brian May and Denis Pellerin

New hires and a new book on Victorian photography from a rock star – the latest updates from across the art and antiques sector

20 October 2021

The latest Movers & Shakers across dealers, fair organisers and auction houses.

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Midlands furniture dealer sells 18th century commode to Temple Newsam in Leeds

19 October 2021

Thomas Coulborn & Sons has celebrated BADA Week by announcing the sale of an 18th century commode to Leeds Museums & Galleries for close to £200,000.

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A Whitefriars glass vase from the collection of an English pop impresario is among six lots to watch

18 October 2021

With estimates from £400-£16,000, here are six previews of upcoming items this week.

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Top stories this week – including news of a stock sale to help an antiques dealer diagnosed with terminal cancer

17 October 2021

The most read stories on this website over the last week included news of a dealer holding an ‘everything-must-go’ stock sale to help his family following his diagnosis with terminal cancer.

Vanessa Bell

Latest instalment of London Art Week online events kicks off with focus on the Bloomsbury Group and Charleston

16 October 2021

London Art Week's third instalment of Art History in Focus returns with online talks, themed editorials and live exhibition tours.

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Yorkshire Museum buys Ryedale Roman Bronzes from London dealer with help from wealthy donor

15 October 2021

A hoard of Roman bronzes discovered by metal detectors and sold at auction by Hansons in May has been sold to the Yorkshire Museum.

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Banksy’s shredded canvas ‘Love is in the Bin’ fetches a record £16m at Sotheby’s

14 October 2021

The half-shredded Banksy painting ‘Love is in the Bin’ returned to auction, bringing a fervent competition and making a record £16m at Sotheby's.