ATG letter: Why no Martin Brothers shows at museums?

12 June 2023

I would like to thank George Kingham of Kinghams Auctioneers and Michael Jefferies at Woolley & Wallis for organising two exhibitions to commemorate 150 years since the Martin Brothers Pottery was founded and 100 years since Robert Wallace Martin died (see ATG Nos 2587 and 2594).


Art gallery holds second 'Britain in Pictures' exhibition

05 June 2023

Leading the second edition of Sim Fine Art’s Britain in Pictures exhibition are two chaps in purple.


Time for a weaving do: Asian art dealer celebrates Japanese bamboo art in latest exhibition

29 May 2023

A London exhibition highlights the intricate art form that uses Japanese bamboo.


Art dealer Moore-Gwyn takes radical approach for latest exhibition

29 May 2023

'A Wagon on the Street at Kingston, Sussex', c.1906, is one of two pictures by Robert Bevan (1865-1925) included in Harry Moore-Gwyn’s latest exhibition.

Striding Mars by Giambologna

Gallery holds Giambologna extravaganza

22 May 2023

Stuart Lochhead Sculpture will offer a group of five Mannerist bronzes by Florentine sculptor Giambologna (1529-1608) and his pupils as part of the summer edition of London Art Week.


Dealer news in brief including a show of works by artist Patrick Caulfield

22 May 2023

Josh Lilley Gallery of Mayfair, London, is exhibiting a group of pictures, sketchbooks and collaged papers by Patrick Caulfield (1936-2005), many of which have never been seen before.

Martinware birds

Martinware birds flock to Salisbury

22 May 2023

Salisbury auction house Woolley & Wallis is holding a Martin Brothers anniversary exhibition from June 13-22.


Maurice Estève visits London a second time

22 May 2023

With the museum dedicated to the French artist Maurice Estève closed for renovation, a St James’s gallery is displaying watercolours this summer.


Focus on female artists still at the forefront

15 May 2023

Welcome focus on women painters in recent years shows no sign of slowing down amid great interest and demand

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Art and antiques trade celebrates Charles III's coronation

03 May 2023

The art and antiques trade are celebrating the coronation of Charles III and Camilla as King and Queen ahead of the big day at Westminster Abbey on May 6.


London dealer stages extensive exhibition and events celebrating women in the arts

01 May 2023

The next exhibition at Bowman Sculpture capitalises on the curent demand for the work of female artists in spectacular fashion.

Arundel Castle copy of Shakespeare’s First Folio

Dealers and auction house celebrate 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s First Folio

25 April 2023

An exhibition at Christie’s, a talk at Firsts: London’s Rare Book Fair and a collection offered at book dealer Peter Harrington are all part of the celebration of the Bard.


Kinghams marks 150 years since the founding of Martin Brothers pottery with special exhibition

03 April 2023

ATG made a visit to Moreton-in-Marsh in the Cotswolds for Kinghams Auctioneers’ Martinware show


Massive collection of Second World War pictures recall dealers' boyhood

03 April 2023

A personal collection of Second World War pictures compiled by dealer John Noott over more than 40 years is on display at the Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum.


Darwin granddaughter’s art skills evolved into engraving

03 April 2023

The very first wood engraving by Gwen Raverat (1885-1957) is this 1909 work, 'The Knight of the Burning Pestle'.


St Ives gallery celebrates local artists in annual show

03 April 2023

'Trees' by Karl Weschke is among the pictures featured in Belgrave St Ives’ annual exhibition on the Cornish seaside town and Modern British art.


Gallery celebrates Sayed Raza with exhibition and catalogue launch

03 April 2023

Grosvenor Gallery is holding an exhibition of works by Indian Modernist Sayed Raza (1922-2016) to coincide with the release of the second volume of the artist’s catalogue raisonné and his retrospective at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.


Marlborough lion gem leads New York exhibition

27 March 2023

Les Enluminures’ next New York exhibition comprises a single well-documented Italian gem.


Offbeat Paul Nash image stars in Piano Nobile’s works on paper exhibition

20 March 2023

'Harbour and Room' (1931), a watercolour and pencil on paper by Paul Nash (1889-1946), is included in Piano Nobile’s latest works on paper exhibition.


Dealers news in brief including a show focusing on an East Anglian artist in Aldeburgh

13 March 2023

A roundup of news and events from across the trade