Dealers

Dealers come in all shapes and forms, from small sole-traders to powerhouse galleries. Both play an integral role in the art and antiques market.

They often specialise in a given fields such as jewellery, ceramics, paintings, Asian art or coins but there are also plenty of general dealers operate across different categories.

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Fruits of artists’ labours

26 September 2022

Karen Taylor stages Pomegranates and papaya: 19 watercolours of fruit and vegetables online.

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Dealers' Diary News in brief

26 September 2022

A round up of the latest art and antiques dealer related news.

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In the frame: Collectors and film prop buyers are among those boosting the market for antique picture frames

26 September 2022

Usually overshadowed by the art that lies within, it is often forgotten that frames themselves can be a fundamental part of the overall value.

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5 Questions with art dealer Anthony Fuller of Gladwells Rutland

26 September 2022

Anthony Fuller of Gladwells Rutland specialises in “fine traditional painting of quality, those that don’t need a title” and exhibits at the Northern Antiques Fair (September 29-October 2).

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Corn Exchange grows into antiques arcade

26 September 2022

A former theatre, corn market, auction rooms, exhibition space and council office has been “reanimated” as an “emporium” by a group of art and antiques dealers.

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Banknotes mark end of an era

26 September 2022

Examples from the UK and Commonwealth featuring the late queen make mementoes.

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Prints present affordable art options

26 September 2022

Multiple editions can make Contemporary art more accessible to the masses.

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Female students linked by tutor Lhote

26 September 2022

Flora Wood (1908-98) was a Scottish painter, draughtman and sculptor who studied in Edinburgh.

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Freud viewed from inside out

26 September 2022

Interior Life, Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert’s exhibition celebrating Lucian Freud’s centenary, offers a glimpse at the artist’s collecting habits.

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Bake merry

26 September 2022

A new gallery has opened in Chipping Campden.

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Obituary – Ida Chapman, 1941-2022

24 September 2022

My wife Ida Marie Anna was born in Neuilly-Sur-Seine, Paris, in 1941, eldest daughter to a Greco-Italian mother, Ivy Contarini, and a French father, Guy George Antoine Lapierre.

Asian Art in London

Asian Art in London celebrates 25 years this autumn

21 September 2022

Asian Art in London (AAL) has announced the dates for its festival this year as it celebrates its 25th anniversary.

Whiteleaf Hill by John Nash

Chiltern Nash at British Art Fair

19 September 2022

The British Art Fair returns this month with a raft of Modern British artists including John Nash.

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A little contemporary thinking

19 September 2022

Sections catering to primary market Contemporary art are launching at the British Art Fair and the Decorative Fair.

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A local viewpoint for the Northern Antiques Fair

19 September 2022

A 1731 panorama of York listing 45 places of interest is a highlight at the Northern Antiques Fair.

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5 Questions: Modern and Contemporary art dealer Neil Honor

19 September 2022

Neil Honor of Catesbys specialises in Modern British and contemporary paintings, prints, sculpture and ceramics, mixed with Danish furniture and artisan home goods.

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All set for a sunny future

19 September 2022

Hemswell Antique Centres is now completely full with 400 dealers trading out of the four centres on the Hemswell Cliff site in Lincolnshire.

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Enjoy a day on the tiles

19 September 2022

The annual Nottingham Tile Fair is a small specialist event with 10 dealers at the upcoming fair in St Jude’s Hall, Mapperley, Nottingham.

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Obituary – Jack Lipitch 1929-2022

19 September 2022

The antique dealer, my cousin, Jack Lipitch passed away on August 26, 2022, aged 92.

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Brocante’s growing success

19 September 2022

There are few antiques centres and even fewer fairs held in garden centres and nurseries but along has come news of The Potting Shed Brocante which ran at the King John’s Nursery in the Kent village of Etchingham earlier this month.

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