Latest News Articles by Frances Allitt
The Treasure House Fair: spiritual successor to Masterpiece19 June 2023
After the demise of Masterpiece London, its spiritual successor The Treasure House Fair in Chelsea is now offering art of the highest quality, as Frances Allitt reports
Sizeable Boetti show spans trio of spaces19 June 2023
Don’t forget your walking shoes when visiting Ben Brown’s 'Alighiero e Boetti: Regola e Regolarsi'.
People power: portraits become focus of dealer events19 June 2023
With the National Portrait Gallery about to reopen, ATG takes a look at exhibition and auctions on the theme
Mid-summer joy with The Game Fair19 June 2023
After the early and busy days of July, dealers usually finalise recent sales, wrap up final paperwork and – maybe – have a holiday.
Get ready for autumn: check out the art and antiques fair calendar for the season19 June 2023
Late September brings with it a burst of fairs after the slower month of August.
Two dealers keep an eye on ancient artefacts19 June 2023
Colourful collections star at joint exhibitions held by Claire Brown Art with Oliver Forge and Brendan Lynch
Dealers launch special celebration of portraits to honour the National Portrait Gallery12 June 2023
Art dealers across the UK are unveiling portrait exhibitions to mark the reopening of the National Portrait Gallery (NPG) this month.
Because folk art is worth it…12 June 2023
Dealer explains why he is holding a show instead of standing at a fair as he has done for about 40 years
Jenna Burlingham expands gallery in Hampshire12 June 2023
Joyful, British and painted by a leading woman artist, Winifred Nicholson’s 'Tulips' captures the mood of Jenna Burlingham’s summer catalogue and show.
Masterpieces kick off busy Knightsbridge summer season12 June 2023
Forget 'Masterpiece' – this summer Gladwell and Patterson holds 'Masterpieces', an exhibition bringing together some of the top works from its stable of artists.
London event curated for cross-collecting12 June 2023
Nazy Vassegh, founder of 'Eye of the Collector', says that when she first envisioned the fair she “created a collector in her head and what they would choose for their home”.
Dealer news in brief including the first-ever exhibition on the Flemish Old Master Cornelis Schut12 June 2023
A summary of news and events from around the trade including an Antwerp dealer's upcoming show focusing on the Flemish artist Cornelis Schut (1597-1655).
5 Questions: furniture and art dealer Laurent-Alexis Guelfucci12 June 2023
Laurent-Alexis Guelfucci opened Guelfucci Gallery in 1998 and specialises in early 20th century furniture and art with a focus on Art Deco.
Busy autumn season of fairs to look forward to05 June 2023
The British Art Fair and the Northern Antiques Fair have released first details of their events ahead of a busy autumn season.
The web shop window: A c.1860s ship’s figurehead05 June 2023
Thousands of items are available to buy from dealers online.
Art gallery holds second 'Britain in Pictures' exhibition05 June 2023
Leading the second edition of Sim Fine Art’s Britain in Pictures exhibition are two chaps in purple.
5 Questions with art dealer Josh Lilley05 June 2023
Josh Lilley runs his self-titled gallery in central London representing 25 Contemporary artists, and also organises historical shows, such as his current exhibition on Post-war British artist Patrick Caulfield (until June 20).
Book fairs in London post encouraging results05 June 2023
London’s two big book events running simultaneously reveal major sales with visitors to Firsts up by a third.
Hires, promotions and relocations – the latest art and antiques news31 May 2023
From a new boss of Christie’s Asia to a Brighton antiques gallery move, here is a round up of auction house and dealer updates from around the world.
Is this a First Folio that I see before me sold at £6.25m?29 May 2023
Peter Harrington Rare Books has sold a copy of Shakespeare’s First Folio with an asking price of £6.25m.