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A pair of George III carved mahogany serpentine fold-over tables.

George III carved mahogany tables in our pick of five auction highlights

07 January 2022

ATG’s weekly selection of items that caught bidders’ eyes includes a pair of George III carved mahogany tables that sold for more than three-times their estimate in the US.

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Enter Wain’s world: after you watch the movie, buy the art

06 January 2022

Artist Louis Wain (1860-1939) is currently being portrayed on the big screen by actor Benedict Cumberbatch with Claire Foy playing his wife in 'The Electrical Life of Louis Wain'.

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New York’s The Winter Show postponed

04 January 2022

A major US art and antiques fair has become the latest event to be postponed because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

'Collected Works/ Works Collected'

Exhibition showcases Julian Opie's historic collecting habit

04 January 2022

Curator Maya Binkin discovered Julian Opie’s collecting habit on a visit to his London studio.

Happy New Year

A Happy New Year 2022 from Antiques Trade Gazette

31 December 2021

ATG wishes all our readers a very happy new year.

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Top stories of 2021 – including news of a huge historic barn being offered at auction

30 December 2021

The most-read stories on this website over 2021 included news of an entire barn structure being offered, the recording dates for the Antiques Roadshow and a long-lost bronze vase being used as a table base.

‘Poppies’ by John William Godward

Five top paintings sold at auctions outside London this year

28 December 2021

Despite the lockdowns, the last 12 months has been a busy time for the art market with plenty of activity witnessed around the country. Here we pick out five of the top picture results at auctions outside London in 2021.