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Latest news about key people in the art and antiques market including top names who work at major auction houses; organisers of significant art and antiques fairs; antiques dealers; collectors; museum curators; heads of trade organisations; market and regulatory experts.

Eric Knowles

Antiques Roadshow specialist Eric Knowles turns dealer at new Kent emporium

05 July 2021

Decorative arts specialist Eric Knowles has become a dealer and teamed up with others in the trade to launch a new emporium in Kent.

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Petworth delivers on high hopes

05 July 2021

There was strong footfall – despite the football – as dealers relished the return of Petworth fair

Corn Exchange in Tunbridge Wells

Eric Knowles and Charles Hanson team up for Kent valuation day

03 July 2021

Specialist Eric Knowles and auctioneer Charles Hanson will be taking part in a valuation day in Tunbridge Wells to raise money for charity.

Howard Kramer

New faces at Colnaghi, Koopman, Bonhams and Adam Partridge – the latest hires across the art and antiques sector

29 June 2021

This week’s Movers & Shakers includes a new specialist for Bonhams’ popular culture department.

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New faces at Colnaghi and Peter Harrington

28 June 2021

Colnaghi has appointed Lily D Snyder as managing director of Modern and Contemporary art in North America, a newly created position at the long-running gallery.

Carey Young and David Maskill

From Somerset to New Zealand: a round up of new auctions, hires and initiatives

23 June 2021

Among this week’s latest Movers & Shakers are new appointments at Webb’s in New Zealand, a new Asia CEO at Bonhams and an update from a Somerset saleroom.

Thibault Duval

New faces in Dublin, London and Munich are among the latest hires

16 June 2021

A round up of the latest appointments plus a new publication from a book dealer.

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TEFAF goes through the keyholes of the art world experts

14 June 2021

The European Fine Art Foundation (TEFAF) has announced the launch of an online series that explores the homes and private collections of high-profile figures in the art world.

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Clocks & watches: Taylor made collection comes for sale

14 June 2021

The first tranche of one of the finest English clock collections in private hands comes for sale in London and Winchester this summer

Phyllis Kao

New hires and promotions at Hansons, Dawsons and Bonhams

10 June 2021

Among this week’s latest Movers & Shakers are a group of hires at Bonhams in Hong Kong and New York.

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Petworth fair: 'People are absolutely gagging to take part'

07 June 2021

Dealers eager to attend Petworth event say online is fine but they miss contact with the public

Dr Philip Errington

Industry updates: New hires across UK dealers and US auction houses

02 June 2021

Among the latest Movers & Shakers is a new hire at book dealer Peter Harrington.

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Collector interview: Noted down in my address book

31 May 2021

New reference work details an illuminating form of gift that took off in the Victorian era

Alex Branczik

New appointments at Sotheby’s Asia among the latest industry updates

25 May 2021

A reorganisation for Sotheby’s Asia, a new shop and new books are among the latest updates across the art and antiques sector.

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Dealers on the move including a new gallery manager at Charles Ede

24 May 2021

Three appointments and moves among dealers in the UK and abroad.

Catherine de’ Medici picture

News In Brief – including news of a portrait of Catherine de’ Medici returning to Strawberry Hill House

24 May 2021

A round-up of art and antiques news from the previous seven days, including news of Strawberry Hill House acquiring a group portrait of Catherine de’ Medici and her children.

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5 Questions: Amsterdam dealer Simon Morsink

24 May 2021

Simon Morsink runs the Morsink Icon Gallery in Amsterdam with his brother Hugo specialising in Russian and Greek icons dating from the 15th to 19th centuries.

Ryedale Ritual Bronzes

Metal detectorists’ bronze discoveries sell for £185,000 at Hansons

20 May 2021

A hoard of Romano-British bronzes, including a bust believed to represent Emperor Marcus Aurelius, has sold at Hansons for £185,000.

Elaine Binning

Familiar faces, new dealerships and new shops are among the latest industry updates

18 May 2021

Among this week’s latest Movers & Shakers is a familiar face for Dreweatts and news of two auctioneers turning dealers.

Paul Raison

Auction house department heads from Bonhams and Christie's become dealers

17 May 2021

Two long-standing auction department heads launch second careers as dealers this month.

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