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It’s Scottish bloom time at Panter & Hall

07 February 2022

Marigolds by Alexander Galt (1913-2000) is among the pictures on offer in Panter & Hall’s The Scottish Show 2022.

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London exhibition shines spotlight on Finnish designer Paavo Tynell through detailed room sets

07 February 2022

The earliest work in Modernity’s exhibition on Paavo Tynell (1890-1973) is a 1930s ceiling lamp (model 1926).

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Dealer Houlston marks election to BADA with collection of former chairman Jonathan Horne

31 January 2022

This family group of four polychromed limewood kneeling figures, made in England c.1610-30, is to go on offer with Cotswolds dealership Houlston.

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Exhibition focuses on 1980s gallery's attack

31 January 2022

On the night of May 21, 1985, a postpunk art collective staged an anti-establishment protest on the galleries of Mayfair’s Cork Street.

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Fine Art Society promotes studio potter Waistel Cooper

17 January 2022

The first half of a single-owner collection of more than 100 works by British studio potter Waistel Cooper (1921-2003) is on offer at the Fine Art Society.

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Waistel Cooper could join pottery elite

17 January 2022

Gallery hopes single-owner collection shows will boost profile of a prodigious talent

'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.

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Refurbished Lavery studio to be unveiled at Cromwell Place gallery hub

07 December 2021

A new studio will open following a major refurbishment at a gallery hub in Kensington.

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Modernist painter Émilie Charmy ‘should be remembered at the forefront of the movement’, says dealer

06 December 2021

With interest in reclaiming ‘forgotten’ female artists on the rise in recent years, French Modernist painter Émilie Charmy (1878-1974) has been the focus of revived attention.

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Special festive selection of dealers' shows for Christmas 2021

06 December 2021

A selection of seven items on offer from dealers' shows and catalogues this season.

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Wartski expert’s V&A showcase

29 November 2021

Four years after the publication of his book 'Fabergé in London', Wartski’s Kieran McCarthy has brought it to life.

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Dealer forges new Lincs with pop-up show

29 November 2021

Dealer John Swarbrooke will present his first exhibition at the Simon Dickinson Gallery, focusing on works from Lincolnshire artist Dominic Parczuk.

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Gabain dishes out ennui at Abbott and Holder exhibition

29 November 2021

Female subjects dominate the work of Ethel Gabain (1883-1950), as in this 1908 lithograph 'Laveuse de Vaiselle'.

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Agnews offers rediscovered Dürer drawing bought for $30 four years ago

22 November 2021

This unpublished drawing by Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528) is being offered by art dealership Agnews as part of London Art Week (LAW).

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For he’s a holly good festive show fellow

22 November 2021

A dab hand at Christmas shows, Andrew Singleton of Suffolk House Antiques in Yoxford has held one annually for over 25 years.

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Dealer finds there is no cure for his art habit

22 November 2021

“Dealing in art is not just a hobby but also a disease which is very hard to throw off,” says dealer Malcolm Innes.

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The web shop window: Pre-Raphaelite painter's self-portrait

08 November 2021

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

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Express delivery: Bowie stars in Tunbridge Wells

08 November 2021

David Bowie is the star of a retrospective selling show of 1970s photography which will run at the Design Gallery in the Pantiles Arcade, Tunbridge Wells, from November 13 to December 31.

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Second part of Dr John C Taylor clock collection goes on sale via Winchester specialist

01 November 2021

As an inventor and an entrepreneur, Dr John C Taylor feels a special affinity with the pioneering clockmakers of the English Golden Age. And it is this connection that has guided his collecting across several decades.

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Gallery duo aim to set new sculptor’s reputation in stone

27 October 2021

This autumn, galleries Willoughby Gerrish and Tomasso have joined forces to hold a ‘conversation in stone’ between the Contemporary sculpture of Emily Young (b.1951) and a selection of antique works.