Press Releases tagged with medieval & renaissance art

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Salvador Dali (1904-Figueras-1989) Mae West Lips Sofa.  Tissue and wood, 224 x 75 x 85 cm.  From TEFAF exhibitor Patrick Derom Gallery.

From Dürer to Dali: Highlights of TEFAF 2015

Released: March 11, 2015

TEFAF Maastricht, the world’s leading art fair, is renowned for its commitment to excellence, expertise and elegance. This is reflected in the range and quality of rare works of art that are for sale at the fair, which is held in the MECC (Maastricht Exhibition & Conference Centre) from 13 – 22 March 2015. More than 270 of the world’s finest art, antiques and design dealers will bring their very best pieces to the 2015 edition of TEFAF Maastricht, attracting private collectors, museum curators, art market professionals and art lovers from many different countries. This year the fair...

This original painting by Daniel Ridgway Knight is expected to realize $150,000-$250,000 at Shannon's Fine Art Auctioneers' April 23 auction.

Quality consignments now being accepted for Shannon's Fine Art Auctioneers' April 23rd auction

Released: March 5, 2015

MILFORD, Conn. – Quality consignments are currently being accepted for a fine art auction slated for Thursday, April 23rd, at Shannon’s Fine Art Auctioneers, in the firm’s gallery located at 354 Woodmont Road in Milford. Around 250 works of fine art, spanning many genres, will come up for bid. Offered will be works from the Hudson River School, American Impressionists, American Modernists, French Impressionists, Abstract artists, Old Masters and more. Already consigned are works by such noted, listed artists as Thomas Hill, Hans Hoffmann, Daniel Ridgway Knight, Samuel Paxson, Edward Jam...

 The Royal Collection Trust SILVER, BELLS AND NAUTILUS SHELLS: ROYAL CABINETS OF CURIOSITY AND ANTIQUARIAN COLLECTING – An English Wunderkammer Nautilus cup, Nikolaus Schmidt, c.1600


Released: February 3, 2015

Art Antiques London Announces 6th Annual Edition in Kensington Gardens, London,  12-18 June 2015  --  Face to Face: Dame Rosalind Savill in Conversation with The Duke of Wellington on the Bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo Will Highlight Lecture Programme Anna and Brian Haughton, the London-based international art and antiques Fair organizers have announced plans for Art Antiques London, which will run from 12th-18th June 2015 in Kensington Gardens, London. It will be the 6th edition of this acclaimed Fair which takes place in a purpose-built pavilion in Kensington Gar...

Experts believe this pair to be Michelangelo's only surviving bronze sculptures.

Experts Claim Michelangelo Bronzes Discovered

Released: February 2, 2015

It was thought that no bronzes by Michelangelo had survived - now experts believe they have found not one, but two - with a tiny detail in a 500-year-old drawing providing vital evidence, claims a news release on the UK's Fitzwilliam Museum website. They are naked, beautiful, muscular and ride triumphantly on two ferocious panthers. And now the secret of who created these magnificent metre-high bronze male nudes could well be solved. A team of international experts led by the University of Cambridge and Fitzwilliam Museum has gathered compelling evidence that argues that these mast...

Sebastian Clarke Director, Estate Services Specialist, Fine Furniture & Decorative Arts

Rago's Sebastian Clarke Joins Membership Committee of the Appraisers Association of America

Released: January 29, 2015

RAGO’S SEBASTIAN CLARKE JOINS MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE Of THE APPRAISERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.   Lambertville, NJ:  Sebastian Clarke has been invited to join the newly created Membership Committee of the Appraisers Association of America. The Committee will address cultivation and retention programs for the Association's members.    The Appraisers Association of America, established in 1949, is the premier national association of personal property appraisers who focus on fine and decorative arts. With a membership of over 700 independent appraisers in 100 diff...

Lark Mason standing in front of his new iGavel headquarters in New Braunfels, Texas

After a Banner Year for iGavel in 2014, Founder Lark Mason Heads to Texas Hill Country

Released: January 27, 2015

With record-breaking 2014 sales totaling $19.5 million for iGavel, company founder Lark Mason is casting a wider net by expanding operations to the historic German-settled town of New Braunfels, right in the heart of the vibrant Texas Hill Country, between San Antonio and Austin. The nearly $20 million figure represents combined sales for six of the larger regional associates: Elders Fine Art & Antique Auctions, in Nokomis, Fla.; Everard & Company, Savannah, Ga.; Litchfield County Auctions & Appraisals, Litchfield, Conn.; Lark Mason Associates, New Braunfels and New Yor...

Vetting at TEFAF Maastricht in 2010

TEFAF Taps Patrick van Maris as New CEO

Released: January 13, 2015

Several months ago, Paul Hustinx informed the Executive Committee of TEFAF, that during 2015, he wished to step down as Managing Director of TEFAF, a position which he has held for 17 years. In view of this and to support its future ambitions, the Executive Committee of TEFAF, the world's leading fair for art, antiques and design, has appointed Patrick van Maris as its new Chief Executive Officer, with effect from 1 May 2015. Paul Hustinx discussed his desire to step down with the Chairman of the Executive Committee, Willem van Roijen, last summer. “I felt that ...

Pinckney Marcius-Simons American, 1865-1909, The Child Canova Modeling a Lion out of Butter, ca.  1885.  Oil on canvas.  Canvas: 23 3/4 x 29 inches

Chrysler Museum Acquires Five New Artworks Through Donor Event

Released: January 7, 2015

Five new accessions to include 19th-century genre painting, Renaissance sculpture, early photographs of Paris, contemporary glass, and large-scale painting by Kehinde Wiley. Members of the Chrysler’s Mowbray Arch Society have added not just one, but five new works to the Museum collection. This Museum membership group features more than 300 patrons dedicated to supporting the Chrysler while learning about its permanent collection and promoting its growth. Each December, Society Members gather to hear the Museum’s curators and director present works of art they seek to add to the Ch...

Silver Candlesticks Before and After Restoration by Trefler's

Make A New Year's Restoration With Trefler's

Released: January 1, 2015

This year, Trefler’s, the oldest comprehensive restoration company in the United States, is encouraging everyone to adopt a new kind of New Year’s resolution. Trefler’s “Make A New Year’s Restoration” initiative acknowledges that antiques, paintings, and sculpture that need the skillful touch and care of a restoration expert often wind up on the bottom of the “to-do” list. This initiative encourages everyone that has been intending to repair, restore, or repurpose their family treasures to make a resolution to get them restored.   Trefler’s was inspired to create the “Make A New...

Heinz Mack, Licht-Relief, 1958.

ZERO IN ASPEN Exhibition Focuses on Experimental German Artists' Group

Released: December 29, 2014

“The exclusiveness of a completely nonrepresentational, dynamic pictorial structure, light years apart from nature, will be redeemed in a pure emotion. It will unveil a new reality, whose secret beauty we now only suspect.”- Heinz Mack, “The New Dynamic Structure”, in: ZERO 1, Düsseldorf, 1958. RambleOnProjects in collaboration with Gallery 1949 presents the exhibition ZERO IN ASPEN, December 23, 2014 - January 30, 2015, which highlights works bythe experimental German artists’ group Zero (1957-66) and the larger pool of international artists that shared their concerns. ZERO I...

Cavalier Galleries- Harry Benson Andy & Bianca, The Factory, New York, 1977


Released: December 9, 2014

Renowned fine art, antique and jewelry exhibitors to showcase prominent collections in one of the most enviable resort destinations in the world   The Palm Beach Show Group, recognized as the nation's leading producer of premiere jewelry, art and antique shows, announces the annual return of the Naples Art, Antique and Jewelry Show to the Naples Exhibition Center located near Downtown Naples, Florida. The show will feature world-class collections from an esteemed list of internationally acclaimed exhibitors. Guests will have access to the world’s most beautiful and coveted treas...


Released: December 9, 2014

PALM BEACH JEWELRY, ART & ANTIQUE SHOW TO RETURN FOR ITS 12TH ANNUAL EDITION AT THE PALM BEACH COUNTY CONVENTION CENTER FEBRUARY 13-17, 2015   The Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show rolls out the white carpet for guests in search of rare and beautiful treasures.   WHAT:              PALM BEACH JEWELRY, ART & ANTIQUE SHOW One of the most anticipated events of the season, the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show will celebrate its 12th Year as a hallmark to the community wh...

Newark Museum.  Pomegranate shaped vessel.  Egypt, 12th century BCE.  Core-formed glass.  3 ¾ in.  x 3 ¾ in.


Released: December 23, 2014

Did you know that the modern American museum was invented in Newark in 1909? The Newark Museum’s vast and diverse collections will be highlighted at the 61st annual Winter Antiques Show, which will take place at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City from January 23-February 1, 2015. From traditional to contemporary, from ancient to modern, the Museum’s collections showcase a broad range of works that explore the past, inspire the present and provide a glimpse into the future. Selected as the Winter Antiques Show’s annual loan exhibition, Ahead of the Curve: The Newark Museum, 1909-2015,...

Hirschl & Adler Galleries, Inc.  Boy in Red: Portrait of Josiah Lasell.  William Merritt Chase.  c.  1895.


Released: December 18, 2014

Ancient Egyptian bronze sculpture, gilded Herter Brothers side chairs owned by John Pierpont Morgan, and paintings by celebrated American artists William Merritt Chase, John Singer Sargent, and Childe Hassam, will gather for the 61st year of the Winter Antiques Show from January 23-February 1, 2015 at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City. The Show is America's most prestigious antiques show, providing museums, collectors, dealers, design professionals, and first-time buyers with opportunities to see and purchase exceptional pieces showcased by 73 renowned experts in American, English, E...

Thomas Coulborn & Sons Ltd.  This Terrestial Pocket Globe and Case was made by John Cary and William Cary of London, and shows the world as it was known in 1791.  The spherical case is made of wood covered externally with black sharkskin.


Released: December 11, 2014

The Winter Antiques Show is proud to announce the selection of nine new exhibitors: Apter-Fredericks (London), Thomas Coulborn & Sons Ltd. (Sutton Coldfield, England), and Ronald Phillips LTD (London), three globally recognized purveyors of fine English furniture; H. Blairman & Sons (London), fourth generation specialists in English furniture and decorative arts; Bowman Sculpture (London), the foremost gallery in the world for masters of 19th and 20th century sculpture; Daniel Crouch Rare Books (London), experts in antique atlases, maps, plans, sea charts, and voyages; Conner • Ros...

Detail of Elisabetta Sirani, Virgin and Child (detail), 1663; Gift of Wallace and Wilhelmina Holladay; Conservation funds generously provided by the Southern California State Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts

"Picturing Mary: Woman, Mother, Idea" Opens at National Museum of Women in the Arts

Released: December 10, 2014

Appearing throughout the entire world, her image is immediately recognizable. In the history of Western art, she was one of the most popular subjects for centuries. On view Dec. 5, 2014–April 12, 2015, Picturing Mary: Woman, Mother, Idea, is a landmark exhibition at the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA), bringing together masterworks from major museums, churches and private collections in Europe and the United States. Iconic and devotional, but also laden with social and political meaning, the image of the Virgin Mary has influenced Western sensibility si...

Lot 2557, Largest Known Near-Round Natural Saltwater Pearl, $813,750

Largest Natural Saltwater Pearl to Come to Market Sells for $813,750 in Rago's $4.77 Million Auction Weekend

Released: December 9, 2014

 Rago Arts and Auction Center ended the year in spectacular style with a three day sale that totaled $4,774,531 (reflects buyer’s premium of 25%). The largest known near-round natural saltwater pearl, also known as the Putlov Pearl Brooch, sold for $813,000, a new record for a single lot sold at Rago.   Weekend Total: $3,843,625 (hammer) Weekend Total: $4,774,531 (hammer + b.p.) Percent sold: 89% Friday - Silver, Coins and Currency and Jewelry (Session One): $620,063 (with bp) Saturday -  Great Estates: $690,063 Sunday – Jewelry: $3,501,188  Bid...

Nancy, Lucy, and Michael Grogan


Released: December 4, 2014

BOSTON, MA: Grogan & Company, Fine Art and Jewelry Auctioneers, is returning to its Boston roots as it moved to 20 Charles Street this fall. Established by Michael B. Grogan on Commonwealth Avenue in Boston in 1987, Grogan & Company moved to historic downtown Dedham, MA ten years later. The family-owned business is one of New England's premier auction houses, offering a personal and individualized approach to the auction business. With the next generation, daughter Lucy P. Grogan, joining the company as Vice President and Gallery Director, the Grogan & Company team is ready to ...

Ludwig Bemelmans (American 1898-1962), Madeline and Her Class Visiting the Monuments, Estimate $40,000-$60,000

Madeline at Weschler’s: Ludwig Bemelman’s Painting of Madeline and Her Class Visiting the Monuments to be Featured in Weschler’s December Capital Collection Auction

Released: November 19, 2014

Weschler’s December 5th Capital Collections Auction arrives just in time for the holidays with over 130 lots of fine art as well as a large assortment of furniture, rugs, silver, porcelain, jewelry, and Asian art. Highlighting the sale is a whimsical painting by Ludwig Bemelmans (American 1898-1962), Madeline and Her Class Visiting the Monuments ($40,000-$60,000), a richly colored depiction of Madeline and her class walking along the Tidal Basin under the cherry blossoms at sunset with the Washington Monument and Capitol in the horizon. Ludwig Bemelmans, famous for his iconic Madeline p...

Lot 587, Alexander Calder (American, 1898-1976), Girouette, $207,750.

Rago Achieves Year's Top Price for Calder Work on Paper at $207,750 in a $2 Million Dollar Auction

Released: November 18, 2014

Rago Arts and Auction Center’s Fine Art auctions on November 15 brought in an impressive $2 million in sales, including the highest price paid in the U.S. in 2014 for a work on paper by Alexander Calder.   “We saw enthusiasm and spirited bidding across the collecting categories, like the Theodoros Stamos in Abstract Expressionism, Adolph Alexander Weinman in American bronzes, Roy Lichtenstein in Pop Art,” said Meredith Hilferty, Director of Fine Art. “Our cover lot got the attention that it deserved, achieving the highest price realized for a Calder work on paper at auction in a ye...

Marc Chagall Lithographs, volumes 1-4 of Chagall's catalogue raisonné of lithographs.


Released: November 11, 2014

Annual booklovers gathering features record number of new national and international dealers NEW “Discovery” items priced at $100 or less for beginning collectors BOSTON, MA – The annual fall gathering for booklovers, the Boston International Antiquarian Book Fair, will return to the Hynes Convention Center in Boston’s beautiful Back Bay, November 14-16, 2014.  A record-breaking 134 dealers from the United States, England, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Russia and The Netherlands will exhibit and sell rare, collectible and antiquarian books, illuminated manusc...

Martín Ramírez (1895-1963) Untitled (Collaged Woman Atop Tiered Mound) 1953

With Its New Name, Metro Curates Announces Exciting 2015 Gallery Roster

Released: November 10, 2014

The Art Fair Company has announced that it has changed the name of the Metro Show to Metro Curates. “We believe that the new name best reflects the curatorial aims of the fair,” says Fair Director Caroline Kerrigan. “Last year, we asked each of the participating galleries to create a booth based on a single artist or themed exhibit of works. From their enthusiastic response, as well as from fair-attendees, we believe that Metro Curates best exemplifies the mission of the fair – to present singular viewpoints among exhibitions that cross genres in unexpected ways.” Along with its new nam...

James Turell Suite from Aten Reign, 2014

IFPDA Print Fair Offers a Cornucopia of Artworks at Park Avenue Armory

Released: November 5, 2014

At the International Fine Print Dealers Association Print Fair, there are so many extraordinary examples of art that it can be a challenge just to soak it all up. From stately works by old masters to out-of-left-field creations by piping-fresh newcomers, from Japanese woodcuts to exquisite etchings, the IFPDA Print Fair is overflowing with riches to please both the in-the-know afficiando as well as the novice collector. For both categories of fair-goers (and every kind in between), prints offer a reasonable and accessible way to own works by today’s blue-chip artists, like Hirst, Diebenkor...

David Manzi, President of Trefler’s, and Janet Moran, Head Painting Conservator at Trefler’s, giving a booth talk on painting restoration.


Released: November 3, 2014

Paintings, sculptures, frames and fine art often need the skillful touch and care of a restoration expert. This year Trefler’s, Boston’s best and only comprehensive resource for all restoration needs, is proud to be a Sponsor of the New Collectors Salon at the 2014 Boston International Fine Art Show (BIFAS), November 13-16 in Boston. Trefler’s participation in BIFAS helps educate people on the importance of preserving and restoring the artwork that is valuable to them. Trefler’s is located at 29 Tower Road in Newton Upper Falls, MA.  Hours are Monday through Friday 9:00AM to 6:00PM...

Women Faces, 1970 by Harold Towne in a sitting room, by Dee Dee Eustace

With Soaring Prices for Blue-Chip Paintings, Interest Surges for Fine Prints

Released: October 28, 2014

When practically every other day another headline or tweet touts another heart-stopping price for art, art lovers who want to live with art—not just look at it on a museum wall—can get a little intimidated, if not downright disheartened. Who, after all, can afford a Francis Bacon for $142 million? Thanks to the International Fine Print Dealers Association’s Print Fair, which opens on November 6-9 at the Park Avenue Armory, there is a rewarding, welcoming and pragmatic gateway to collecting art through fine prints. “There is a tremendous variety in subject matter and price range, with ev...

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