Show with noble intentions

23 October 2023

This Kangxi period double-gourd ewer decorated in underglaze powder blue, overglaze famille verte enamels and gold is part of Jorge Welsh’s exhibition.


Scholar takes boat journey

23 October 2023

This Ming dynasty cloisonné enamel literati subject box and cover, 15th or very early 16th century, is one of the highlights on offer at Priestly & Ferraro’s exhibition of Chinese ceramics and works of art.


Golden opportunity for snuff bottles

23 October 2023

Susan Page brings a selection of snuff bottles from the Golden Autumn Collection to this year’s Asian Art in London, staging the show at Daniel Crouch Rare Books in St James’s.

Stuart Devlin ‘flower box’

Exhibition showcases Benney and Devlin, giants of British silversmithing revival

16 October 2023

Elements from the Pearson collection of post-war silver - the largest assemblage of its kind in private hands - will be on display at Noonans in Mayfair.


India depicted by the ‘Slavic Gauguin’

16 October 2023

Grosvenor Gallery, dedicated to European art when it was founded in 1960, made a serious commitment to Indian art in 2006 when it opened an outpost in New Delhi.


The rise of Mann in the year 1976

16 October 2023

In the summer of 1976, the British artist Sargy Mann (1937-2015) experienced a burst of creativity.


Secret weapon: hidden depths of the keris

16 October 2023

Runjeet Singh, a specialist in Asian antique arms and armour, stages 'The Secret of the Indonesian Keris Dagger'.


Gallery’s eye on the lie of the land

16 October 2023

This oil on canvas 'Petworth Park, Early Spring', by Dennis Creffield (1992), is among the works on offer at Portland Gallery’s 'The Lie of the Land'.


New chapter begins with Picasso show

16 October 2023

A strong dealer-client relationship forms the backbone of the major Picasso exhibition at Ward Moretti this autumn.


Colourful creations but the work of Quakers

16 October 2023

A small thread-covered purse or sweet bag in the shape of a pair of bellows is one among the highlights at Witney Antiques’ exhibition 'Choice and Precious Work: Treasures from the Schoolroom', which looks at historic needlework creations beyond the sampler.


Souza inspired at the age of 16

16 October 2023

This painting by Goan artist Francis Newton Souza (1924-2002) is part of dealer Rob Dean’s exhibition of views of India from the 18th century to the present day.


Orpen portrait provides a good chalking point

09 October 2023

This portrait by Sir William Orpen (1878-1931) of his wife Grace is one of the highlights in Mark Murray Fine Paintings’ inaugural exhibition at its new space.


Start spreading the news…

09 October 2023

Spotlight on three exhibitions taking place in New York – starting with 18th century art from Rome


Carry ‘the brains of a genius’

09 October 2023

The British scientific author David Salomons (1851-1925) – one-time owner of the world’s largest private collection of Breguet watches and clocks – said “to carry a fine Breguet watch is to feel that you have the brains of a genius in your pocket”.


William Cookworthy the porcelain pioneer in focus at London dealer

02 October 2023

William Cookworthy (1705-80), a Quaker chemist from Plymouth, opened his porcelain factory in 1768 following years of experimentation with China clay he discovered in Cornwall.


Eyton exhibition marks move

02 October 2023

Browse & Darby, the London firm specialising in British and French pictures and sculpture, is celebrating a move from Cork Street to St James’s with a retrospective on Anthony Eyton.


Cross collecting: artist and also a renowned art historian

02 October 2023

The work of artist and art historian Tom Cross (1931-2009) is showcased this autumn with an exhibition spanning two Cornish venues.


Guercino’s Moses emerges at Moretti's new Paris gallery

18 September 2023

A rediscovered 17th century painting of Moses by Italian Baroque artist Giovanni Francesco Barbieri (1591– 1666), known as il Guercino, is being offered at Moretti Fine Art of Paris in its newly opened gallery.

Cuccagna engraving

Food fest full of peril for peasants comes to London gallery

18 September 2023

A group of engravings depicting 17th and 18th century Neapolitan food festivals is being offered by a London dealer.


Parcours prepares for action once again

28 August 2023

The Parcours de la Céramique et des Arts du Feu is an annual gallery-based event in Paris focusing on a broad range of ceramics and glass, both antique and modern, from Europe and Asia