Fine Art Auction Group

Fine Art Auction Group operates as a subsidiary of The Stanley Gibbons Group and, through its holdings such as Dreweatts & Bloomsbury, is one of the largest auction groups in the UK.

Founded in 2000, it has expanded through a range of acquisitions including Neales, Hamptons, Dreweatt Neate, Mallet and Bid for Wine.

Neales to join Dreweatt Neate auction line-up: Nottingham firm to keep their name

24 November 2004

NOTTINGHAM auctioneers Neales have become the latest business to join the Fine Art Auction Group, parent company of the Dreweatt Neate Fine Art group of regional auctioneers.

Group rebrand under Dreweatt Neate name

06 April 2004

THE Fine Art Auction Group are to adopt the Dreweatt Neate Fine Art name for their full network of regional salerooms. The move follows the addition of the Donnington Priory company to the group’s portfolio in November last year.

Dreweatt Neate join Fine Art Auction Group

03 November 2003

Deal cements southern network of rooms: Berkshire auctioneers Dreweatt Neate have become the latest and the largest business to join The Fine Art Auction Group’s rapidly expanding network of regional auction salerooms.

Group make three further acquisitions

08 September 2003

The Fine Art Auction Group have announced three new appointments aimed at strengthening the Group’s business in the South West. Nigel Trevelyan has joined the group from Rendells in Ashburton to run Robin A. Fenner’s saleroom in Tavistock.

Fine Art Auction Group add Bristol Auction Rooms to saleroom portfolio

02 June 2003

THE Fine Art Auction Group, who have been building a network of salerooms in the South East and South West over the past two years, have acquired Bristol Auction Rooms.