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David Tindle painting at Grand Auctions

Tindle paintings trundle into Folkestone saleroom

21 April 2016

A selection of works by David Tindle (b.1932) will be offered at Grand Auctions in Folkestone on May 9.

Eugène Delacroix portrait of George Sand

Musée Delacroix buys portrait of George Sand at Fontainebleau auction

21 April 2016

A portrait by Eugène Delacroix redolent with associations to Nineteenth century French Romanticism has been secured by the Paris museum dedicated to his work.

Paul Viney

Here's to the next 45 years

20 April 2016

With ATG Media, publisher of Antiques Trade Gazette, celebrating its 45th anniversary at a party in central London, key industry figures attending the event gave their views on what ATG means to them and their businesses.

Robert Opie at the Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising

Advertising on the move: Robert Opie’s Museum of Brands heads to new site in London

19 April 2016

Just before Easter, the Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising in Notting Hill wrapped up 14,000 pieces of design dating from the Victorian era to the present day.

Axe from The Shining

Axe from The Shining brings a slice of film history to Tamlyns

19 April 2016

Certain moments in films stay razor sharp in the mind long after you have seen them. Mention ‘Jack Nicholson’ and it is odds-on a mental image will spring up of that terrifying ‘Here’s Johnny’ scene from The Shining.

Inverted Jenny stamp

Rare American ‘Inverted Jenny’ stamp recovered

18 April 2016

A rare American stamp stolen in 1955 in one of the most famous thefts in philatelic history has been recovered after turning up at Spink.

Edgar Degas drawing acquired by Pallant House Gallery

Pallant House Gallery acquire Degas drawing in deal brokered by Sotheby’s

18 April 2016

A large drawing by Edgar Degas (1834-1917) which has never been exhibited before has gone on display at Pallant House Gallery after being acquired by the Chichester gallery via the Acceptance in Lieu scheme.

Temple Newsam House

Plus ça change.. conference sheds light on the history of British antique trade

15 April 2016

A conference on the history of UK dealers opened in Leeds yesterday with delegates hearing how the practices and identity of British antique dealers have changed during the past century.

The Royal College of Surgeons

ATG celebrates 45th anniversary

14 April 2016

The great and the good of the art and antiques world descended on The Royal College of Surgeons in central London last night for a party to celebrate ATG’s 45th anniversary. Flick through the image slideshow here to get a flavour of the event and see who you recognise. The event was sponsored by Auction Logistics from Mailboxes Etc.

Eric Ravilious watercolour at Sworders

Ravilious watercolour makes £85,000 at Sworders

13 April 2016

A watercolour by Eric Ravilious (1903-1942) drew serious bidding at Sworders this week, overtaking a £40,000-60,000 estimate before it was knocked down at £85,000.


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