Dealers' Diary


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Frieze Masters feels positive

03 October 2022

Following last year’s event after Covid delays, optimism is high for the 10th edition

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Global interest in Chester

03 October 2022

A pair of 19th century globes by the Newton family is on offer from FE Anderson of Welshpool at the Chester Decorative Antiques & Art Fair.

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The web shop window: Gothic Revival oak hall chairs

03 October 2022

Thousands of items are available to buy from dealers online. Here we pick out one that caught our eye this week.

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Timing tricky but tribal art sales still strong

03 October 2022

David MalÍk made his appearance at Tribal Art London (TAL) worthwhile through the sale of two African sculptures: a Luba female figure and a Chokwe sculpture.

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5 Questions: Art dealer Dominic Sanchez-Cabello

03 October 2022

Dominic Sanchez-Cabello’s current exhibition promotes pictures by lesser known historic artists.

BADA Week

BADA reels in eager visitors

26 September 2022

The British Antique Dealers' Association's special week of events involves both online and gallery exhibitions.

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Colnaghi of London teams up again with Barcelona galleries

26 September 2022

Barcelona-Paris: 1860-1936 A Journey to Modernity includes a c.1914-15 painting, 5ft 6in x 23in (1.82m x 60cm), by Ramon Casas titled La Parisienne.

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Young’s show catches the eye

26 September 2022

This silhouette of a trophy brown trout and fishing fly in pen, ink and watercolour on paper is offered as part of Robert Young Antiques’ exhibition Tiddlers and Whoppers.

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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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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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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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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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Drawing exhibition puts little-known Yorkshire artist in the spotlight

12 September 2022

St James’s dealer conducts exhibition of topographical works by unknown Ripon artist

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Style of Silver gets new Hungerford shopfront

12 September 2022

Styles Silver of Hungerford has moved a few doors down the road. The LAPADA member started trading at 12 Bridge Street in Hungerford in 1979 and has now moved down the street to number 3.

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The web shop window: A children's Art Deco see-saw

12 September 2022

Thousands of items are available to buy from dealers online. Here we pick out one that caught our eye this week.

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Commons sense: tracking down a parliamentary artist

12 September 2022

Seven years of research, multiple meetings with members of the Lords and the Commons and tracking down an artist’s grandchild in Scotland were all part of dealer Daniel Hadden’s process to establish the painter of an unusual picture he had bought at an antiques fair.

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