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Art Deco designs from luxury liner surface in New York

30 May 2017

Many of the most famous artists and designers of the Art Deco era were employed to decorate the interiors of the luxury liner SS Normandie, a virtual floating palace to that most glamorous of inter-war design movements.

London - open for business

30 May 2017

Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London, and Noelle McElhatton, Editor of Antiques Trade Gazette, introduce our annual supplement 'London Summer Capital of Art 2017'.


Shopping for fine art

30 May 2017

Fine art on offer in London this summer at auction houses and dealers.


Summers Place Auctions - Right time, right place

30 May 2017

The DNA of Summers Place Auctions remains firmly rooted in the bygone days of Sotheby’s regional empire. But, as the firm marks 10 years as a specialist auction house in Sussex, it is looking to new horizons...


Cornish and Celtic lots from an all-rounder academic and bard

30 May 2017

First Professor of Cornish Studies at Exeter University and Bard of Gorseth Kernow, Charles Thomas (1928-2016) was both a prolific writer and a bibliophile.


Previews: £2001 - £5000

30 May 2017

ATG’s weekly selection of items on sale at auctions and dealerships.


New angle on Cornish view

30 May 2017

Kurt Jackson’s 'Western rocks off St Agnes, passing fisherman' (2013), is among the pieces on offer at Messum’s exhibition of the artist’s recent works.


Table is Printz charming

30 May 2017

The strikingly striated exotic timber known as palmwood was a signature material for the designer and interior decorator Eugène Printz (1889-1948). A characteristic example of the distinctive furniture he created in this medium featured in the decorative arts sale held by Tajan (25/20/12% buyer’s premium) on May 16.


DIY dealers trade on their own turf

30 May 2017

Fairs aren’t the only option for dealers wanting to make a mark during London’s summer season. Some dealers are heading ‘outside the tent’ to focus on creating their own space.


Previews: £5001 - £30,000

30 May 2017

ATG’s weekly selection of items on sale at auctions and dealerships.


5 Questions: Rebecca Beach

30 May 2017

Rebecca Beach is gallery director at British Modern art dealership Offer Waterman. The gallery is currently staging an exhibition of the works of Alison Wilding, 'Acanthus, asymmetrically' which runs until June 21.

France’s main antiques fair: the 2017 version

30 May 2017

The Syndicat National Des Antiquaires, organisers of the Biennale Paris, has announced the latest exhibitor list and progamme details for France’s main art and antiques fair which takes place in September.


Olympia: facts and objects

30 May 2017

The grande dame of the UK summer fairs scene marks its 45th year in West Kensington


Shopping for jewellery and silver

30 May 2017

Jewellery and silver items on offer in London this summer from auction houses and dealers.


Previews: £30,000 plus

30 May 2017

ATG’s weekly selection of items on sale at auctions and dealerships.


London Map Fair attracts international and domestic exhibitors

30 May 2017

The annual London Map Fair unites the classic and the quirky of cartographic history under one roof as a host of international dealers show up for what organisers boast is the world’s largest event of its kind.


Russian artist’s horse sense

30 May 2017

An exhibition by Russian artist Damir Krivenko celebrates classical art in contemporary painting.


New events with eastern promise

30 May 2017

The fairs scene is largely thriving, as evidenced by the number of new event launches reported in Antiques Trade Gazette. This week brings news of two more, both in the east of England.


ATG letter: Raising the Dunbar price level

30 May 2017

MADAM – I read with interest your story about Evelyn Dunbar’s Joseph’s Dream, which set a world-record price for the artist of £73,500 (£60,000 hammer) at Cheffins on May 11 (ATG No 2292).


Positive signs as provincial auctions deliver good results

30 May 2017

Such are the positive reports coming in from the provinces that one begins to fear what the finger-crossing superstitious call the curse of the commentator and the more rational know as the reversion to the mean.