Degas's Toilette matinale of 1894 which was sold by Dickinson at TEFAF Maastricht for an undisclosed price.

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Among their sales (at an undisclosed price) was this much-admired 3ft 4in x 2ft 4in (1.02m x 71cm) pastel drawing by Edgar Degas, Toilette matinale of 1894, one of the few to be dated.

They also had one of the highlights of the whole event, a haunting Van Gogh study of his asylum, The Park of the Hospital Saint-Paul, painted during the final year of his life.

It was priced in the region of €25m but did not sell at the fair. However, plenty of other works in all areas did, making this a very successful Maastricht.

A full report of the TEFAF Maastricht fair appears in this week's ATG printed newspaper. To subscribe, click here.