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International previews: Stuttgart

01 April 2017

On March 30 Nagel in Stuttgart is devoting a specialist sale to modern and contemporary art from the collection of Roland Hänssel, who founded the art publishing house Manus Presse in 1961.

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International previews: Paris

01 April 2017

Any item of African tribal art dating before the 19th century counts as a rarity, but the sculpture to be offered by Christie’s in Paris on April 4 is remarkable not only for its age but also its quality and prestigious provenance.

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Dealers at the Foire de Chatou: Philippe Chapeau

01 April 2017

French 20th century ceramics are Philippe Chapeau’s speciality and this piscatorial platter by Robert Picault (1919- 2000) was for sale at Chatou priced at €1400.

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Dealers at the Foire de Chatou: Alicia de Rollond

01 April 2017

Normandy-based Alicia de Rollond is the daughter of dealers, and she trades in French country-style brocante.

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Dealers at the Foire de Chatou: Christine Trémoulet

01 April 2017

Christine Trémoulet sells ‘batteries de cuisine’. The range of copper pots, pans and tools used in professional kitchens include these late 18th/19th century shining copper moulds she supplies to some of France’s top chefs including Alain Ducasse and Michel Guérard.

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Dealers at the Foire de Chatou: Claudie Ferré

01 April 2017

Claudie Ferré, shown reflected in the table mirror on her brightly-lit stand, sells lighting from the Art Deco period to the 1970s, many by German designers.

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International previews: Zurich

01 April 2017

Balthasar Van der Ast (c.1593-1657) is considered by many to be one of the most important Dutch still-life painters of the 17th century.

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Dealers at the Foire de Chatou: Yannick Tendron

01 April 2017

French industrial furniture has a strong presence at this fair.

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International previews: Paris – St Ouen

01 April 2017

A grand suite of drawing room furniture that was commissioned from a 19th century Italian antique dealer and revivalist furniture designer for a Venetian palazzo, as part of a mid-19th century makeover, has been rediscovered by the Parisian dealer Marc Maison.

France’s largest brocante: the Foire de Chatou

01 April 2017

A day out at France’s largest brocante and the return of classic chic with a contemporary twist...

The SS Jerseymoor, a woodcut by Edward Wadsworth

International previews: Kaplan collection in Pennsylvania

25 March 2017

The diverse collection of Jeffrey M Kaplan is making various appearances under the hammer this spring.

Zeppelin by Ubelacker

International previews: Toys in New Jersey

25 March 2017

Past playthings by a host of famous vintage toy manufacturers will feature in the next Signature sale of Toys and Trains held by the specialist auction house Bertoia in Vineland, New Jersey, on March 25.

English bracket clock

International previews: Horology in Massachusetts

25 March 2017

The Pittsfield, Massachusetts, auction house Fontaine’s has a track record of selling good examples of horology and has achieved some very high prices recently for elaborate English clocks made for the Chinese market.

April by Maurice Denis

International previews: Maurice Denis painting in Vannes

25 March 2017

This large, 6ft (1.8m) diameter circular oil on canvas, 'April' is the work of the Nabis painter Maurice Denis. It is one of three ceiling panels commissioned from the artist by the musician Ernest Chausson for his Parisian town house between 1894 and 1899.

A Chinese Kangxi period triple gourd vase that once belonged to the financier JP Morgan estimated at

International previews: Chinese works of art in Texas

25 March 2017

A Chinese Kangxi period triple gourd vase that once belonged to the financier JP Morgan will feature as one of the highlights in Heritage Auctions’ inaugural Asian Art sale in Dallas on April 2.

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Winter Antiques Show dealer focus: Tim Martin

14 January 2017

New York dealer SJ Shrubsole, which deals in early English and American silver and jewellery, has exhibited at the Winter Antiques Show every year since it was founded. The firm’s Tim Martin explains why this is an unmissable event.

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Winter Antiques Show 2017 -preview

14 January 2017

AT 63 years old (or young), the Winter Antiques Show fully lives up to its popular prefix as ‘venerable’. The fair, whose long-term beneficiary has been the East Side House Settlement in the Bronx, has been pulling the visitors into Manhattan in the first frosty weeks of the New Year for decades.

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Winter Antiques Show dealer focus: Robert Young

14 January 2017

Robert Young is one of the leading UK dealers in folk art but each year, rather like taking coals to Newcastle, he exports this speciality across the Atlantic to the Winter Antiques Show where he has been an exhibitor since 2001. ATG asked why he has made a beeline for this fair over the last 17 years.

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