Events and conferences

Industry events for the art and antiques trade are often organised by dealer and auctioneer associations but others are managed independently and operate as commercial enterprises.


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John Piper put in the spotlight by a London gallery

06 February 2023

An oil on board of Highclere Park painted in 1943 is the highlight image at Portland Gallery’s exhibition on John Piper (1903-92) this month.

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Fair comment: what is the future?

06 February 2023

Despite some events falling by the wayside, those still running are experiencing decent visitor demand

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London gallery takes wide-ranging look at landscapes across the centuries

30 January 2023

Traditional and contemporary connections examined through London exhibition showing mix of styles

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What a great work: it’s Brill

30 January 2023

'Lovers', a pastel on paper by Rosalie Brill (1903-92) features in the latest online exhibition by Modern British Art Gallery.

London Art Week

Summer fair turmoil: London Art Week steps up to fill the void

23 January 2023

London Art Week (LAW), which has announced dates for its summer edition, is welcoming dealers from cancelled summer events and plans to expand.

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A 275-year-old London gallery celebrates its history

23 January 2023

Last week ice descended once again on London where Gladwell & Patterson, celebrating its 275th anniversary, is offerings an appropriately wintry scene.

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Clive Barker: a sculptor who took a hard look at the Swinging Sixties

23 January 2023

In August and September 2021 London gallery Whitford Fine Art held an exhibition titled Sand Casts devoted to a British pop artist prominent in the Swinging Sixties who had renewed his successful career in the Nineties.

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Albany Gallery stages exhibition of works from artist Josef Herman's estate

23 January 2023

The pen and wash drawing of three men and a barrel by Josef Herman (1911-2000) shown above is on offer at Albany Gallery’s upcoming exhibition for £500.

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Strong London presence at NY event

09 January 2023

An event that started back in 2006 as a casual gallery tour held during the New York Old Masters auctions has grown this year to 25 exhibitors.

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Gallery puts Lartigue in limelight

19 December 2022

Compact Paris exhibition includes 19 works with a ‘super provenance’ to the artist’s wife

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Benson attribution is fur enough

12 December 2022

Portrait now firmly credited to a Northern Renaissance master stars in Old Masters show

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Gregory’s eye on the Needles

12 December 2022

This oil on canvas of 'Royal Dorset Yawl at the Needles' is the work of Charles Gregory (1849-1920) and is included in a single-owner collection on offer at John Mitchell Fine Paintings.

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‘Quintessentially English’ artist Eurich put in a London spotlight

12 December 2022

Waterhouse & Dodd is hosting an exhibition in London of 25 oil paintings by Richard Eurich (1903-92) coinciding with the publication of a new online catalogue raisonné for the artist.

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Items from Hunting Lodge appear in Pimlico Road showroom

05 December 2022

A Christmas selling show of more than 100 antiques will be offered at interior design and decorating firm Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler’s Pimlico Road showroom.

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Frances Hodgkins highlights in New Zealand exhibition

05 December 2022

The latest catalogue from Jonathan Grant Gallery in New Zealand includes 'Pergola', a c.1936 gouache on paper by Frances Hodgkins (1869-1947).

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Visit Antwerp to view godly goods

05 December 2022

This head of Buddha Sakyamuni from Thailand, c.1500, is among the offerings from Marcel Nies’ latest show and catalogue on Asian sculpture.

Johan Zoffany’s Beggar’s Ballad

London Art Week puts on winter show with a Zoffany performance

28 November 2022

London Art Week (LAW) has decided it will go ahead with a winter edition this season, contrary to initial reports.

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Dealer exhibitions: It’s the final countdown to 2023

28 November 2022

The high-spending end of the year is a particularly busy time for art and antiques dealers

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Plea for professional body to boost standard of condition reports

21 November 2022

Forensic and scientific expertise recommended when it comes to condition reports and verification of attribution.

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British wartime pictures: Tragic times brought inspiration

21 November 2022

Ahead of home front exhibition dealer says the war transformed often mundane art styles

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