Latest News Articles by Frances Allitt


Darwin granddaughter’s art skills evolved into engraving

03 April 2023

The very first wood engraving by Gwen Raverat (1885-1957) is this 1909 work, 'The Knight of the Burning Pestle'.


St Ives gallery celebrates local artists in annual show

03 April 2023

'Trees' by Karl Weschke is among the pictures featured in Belgrave St Ives’ annual exhibition on the Cornish seaside town and Modern British art.


Gallery celebrates Sayed Raza with exhibition and catalogue launch

03 April 2023

Grosvenor Gallery is holding an exhibition of works by Indian Modernist Sayed Raza (1922-2016) to coincide with the release of the second volume of the artist’s catalogue raisonné and his retrospective at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.


5 Questions with Julian Hartnoll

03 April 2023

Julian Hartnoll, who describes himself as a ‘Fine Artmonger’ has been trading since 1968.

Younger buyers boost TEFAF

03 April 2023

Dealers at TEFAF Maastricht welcomed a batch of younger buyers during the most recent staging.

Christopher Bishop

Christopher Bishop takes over Master Drawings New York and new board appointed

27 March 2023

Master Drawings New York (MDNY) has a new owner, advisory board and partnership.


Art reunited: two pairs of historical coincidences brought together at TEFAF

27 March 2023

A still-life and the vessel it depicts showed up at the same Maastricht fair unexpectedly this year, as did a painting and its study


London Original Print Fair looks to the future at 38

27 March 2023

Specialist print fair has constantly evolved but remains at heart a celebration of these works on paper


Marlborough lion gem leads New York exhibition

27 March 2023

Les Enluminures’ next New York exhibition comprises a single well-documented Italian gem.


The web shop window: an Uzbek dowry embroidery

27 March 2023

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


5 Questions with Tanya Bielschowsky

27 March 2023

Tanya Bielschowsky is a recent addition to Alfies Antique Market, who previously stood at Hampstead Antique Emporium, which has closed.


Dealers news in brief including the retirement of Welsh dealer Martin Tinney

27 March 2023

A roundup of news and events from across the trade.

Sophie Wood

New fair launched at NEC to fill the Birmingham void

20 March 2023

A new fair will launch at Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in April next year.


Offbeat Paul Nash image stars in Piano Nobile’s works on paper exhibition

20 March 2023

'Harbour and Room' (1931), a watercolour and pencil on paper by Paul Nash (1889-1946), is included in Piano Nobile’s latest works on paper exhibition.


18th century sieve among highlights at Cotswolds fair

20 March 2023

A Georgian treen searce is among the highlights available at The Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Art Fair.


The web shop window: Victorian love token

20 March 2023

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


5 Questions: Americana dealer Kelly Kinzle

20 March 2023

Kelly Kinzle Antiques trades from New Oxford, Pennslyvania, in the US.


Dealers land major sales as museums return to TEFAF

13 March 2023

Museum buyers were out in force for the early days of TEFAF Maastricht.


Dealers news in brief including a show focusing on an East Anglian artist in Aldeburgh

13 March 2023

A roundup of news and events from across the trade


LAPADA fair return in 2023 boosts membership

13 March 2023

The return of the LAPADA Berkeley Square Fair has generated new memberships for the association.