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Three Questions for Hubert Duchemin
The painting and drawing expert Hubert Duchemin likes to approach market ethics in the light of his own experience. We talk to a militant in terms…
A Fair Price for an Outsize Painting
Jorge Coll: Making New with Old
After opening a gallery in London with his associate Nicolás Cortés, Jorge Coll is now heading Colnaghi. He tells us about the new-look profession…
2019: A Vintage TEFAF in Maastricht
Aristophil: Fourth Sale
With eight catalogues for seven auctions, the fourth session of sales of the Aristophil collection garnered €11 M, and continued to attract institutions,…
Jean Riechers Collection: Reviving the Still Life
Starting in the 1950s, impassioned scholars Yvonne and Jean Riechers assembled a collection of Old Master paintings, seeking out little-known or forgotten…
Bruegel at a Whirling Pace
Bruegel year was celebrated in style at auction with a festive painting by Pieter, which garnered a spanking €1,152,000.
"Turquin Caravaggio": Not Toulouse, but Fifth Avenue
In the end, the "Turquin Caravaggio" was not put on sale at the Toulouse Corn Exchange on Thursday as planned. In the late afternoon of Tuesday 25…
What Have Galleries Got Lined Up for the Biennale Paris?
For the new autumn season, several Paris galleries have pulled out all the stops, with outstanding hangs designed to resonate with the fair occupying…
Kamel Mennour, Still Ahead of the Game
For 20 years, the Parisian has pursued a single goal: making his contemporary art gallery the best while making occasional forays into Old Masters.…
Bertrand Gautier: An Appetite for Risk
Talabardon & Gautier Gallery, a founding member of Fine Arts Paris, is known for its famous discoveries due to the work of passionate, even jubilant…
The Triumph of Bernardino Luini
Confirmed as belonging to the Lombard painter's small body of work, this panel set a world record and encouraged visitors to discover other Old Masters.…
Records for a Delicate Touch and Angelic Inspiration
This French record for a painting by Michael Sweerts adds to the corpus of an artist who can be relished in every sense of the word.
Cologne Fine Art: A Successful New-look Edition
Under the leadership of Daniel Hug, the COFAD had a decidedly more colourful feel in this late autumn period. After fifty years, Cologne Fine Art may…
Giordano: The Many-facetted Artist on Show in Paris
The Petit Palais is presenting a real exhibition on the history of art, where visitors will discover to their surprise how Luca Giordano avoids every…
Christian Vrouyr: Ever Loyal to BRAFA
Christian Vrouyr, an Antwerp gallery owner specialising in antique carpets, has been BRAFA's General Secretary for the past fifteen years and a member…
Battle Between Old Master and Modern Schools
Camille Pissarro beat Georges Rouget by a short head in a peaceful struggle between two schools of painting.
Luyckx: Decidedly Living Nature
Carstian Luyckx's brush gives eternal life to these 17th century flowers.
The Coronavirus Disrupted This 2020 Edition – One That Featured a Wealth of Major Works, too.
The 2020 TEFAF edition will go down in history: offering both quality and quantity, it managed to save the day in an unprecedented context.
Old Masters drawings, from Crabeth to Oudry
Entitled "L'Esprit créateur", this auction based on "The Creative Spirit" was held in two parts because of the circumstances: one live, the other as…
Rembrandt’s studio propels the 17th century to success.
A Dapper Old Chap By Jusepe de Ribera
This unusual painting by Neapolitan artist Jusepe de Ribera found a second youth and broke a French record.
Talent Has No Age for Boucher
Good things come in twos! After brilliantly knocking down Jusepe de Ribera’s a p hilosopher: The Happy Geometer on June 16, the Daguerre auction house…
Dürer, Rembrandt and Fragonard: Titans of the Print
Awaited impatiently since its adjournment on 27 March, the sale of part of the former collection of Marcel Lecomte (1914-1996), a Parisian art lover,…
The Gospels According to Bruegel, and Botany with Buffet
Three days of sales saw a parade of musical instruments by famous luthiers, paintings by Old Masters and modern artists and, as the icing on the cake,…
Joseph Sima’s Victorious Return
Fascinated by Greek mythology, the Bohemia-born painter tackled the eventful life of Theseus, while Guillaumin preferred the landscapes of the Creuse…
'There’ll Always Be an England': Cecily Brown at Blenheim Palace
The market darling Cecily Brown takes over Blenheim Palace, in Oxfordshire, with over thirty works created in response to the country estate.
The Well-Stocked Attics of the Château de Mouchy
This tempting program delivered just enough of the hidden treasures of the Château de Mouchy to whet the appetite. A splendid success, producing over…
London Art Week Winter Goes Online
The winter edition of London Art Week (LAW), a major bi-annual event for London’s classical art market, will take place online from November 27 to…
The Julie Reinach-Goujon Collection
Precious snippets of this collection, from Delacroix to Rodin and Puvis de Chavannes, relate the passion of a learned family linked to the history…
Hidde van Seggelen: TEFAF Online In Perspective
At the end of the famous fair's first online edition, which replaced the New York event in the fall, the Dutch president of the Foundation, who is…
Peruse This Season’s Sales in the “Oeuvres Choisies” Exhibition Online
A rich offering of artworks ranging from Old Masters to Surrealists and beyond, “ Oeuvres Choisies ” offers a glimpse of the sales that will pass online…
Latin America in Painting
Domingo Ortiz proudly portrayed Mexican traditions and François Lemoyne was preempted for Versailles.
Old Masters: Guardi and Coypel
A view of the Giudecca by Francesco Guardi and the Regent’s son in Versailles
The Last Splendors of the Crédit Foncier de France Collection
With Old Master paintings, objects, furniture and tapestries, a hundred-odd works are leaving the Parisian headquarters of this credit institution.…
The Salon du Dessin and Drawing Now Art Fair Come Together
Two French fairs are joining forces to boost their impact on a market yearning for a return to normality.
Ger Luijten Channeling the Spirit of Frits Lugt
After 10 years as head of the Custodia Foundation, Ger Luijten’s enthusiasm remains undimmed. We asked him about his acquisitions.
Frits Lugt: A Life Devoted to Art
Dutch art historian and collector Frits Lugt died fifty years ago. The Fondation Custodia he created in Paris houses one of the most extensive collections…
Vermiglio, Giordano and Cressent on a Plate
Rediscovered Old Masters and period furniture made by the greatest names rivaled each other at this sale.
Trophies for Daret and Bruegel
A hefty result had been expected for the first French portrait of a hunter, painted by Jean Daret, which was preempted by a museum. But the price paid…
Maria Van Oosterwyck's Rare and Intriguing Vanitas Paintings
Turquin's latest discovery is a red-letter event: there are very few of these ambitious compositions with extremely sophisticated messages by the 17…
When Édouard Manet Loved Dogs...
There was little doubt, but the high result achieved by Manet’s Portrait de Minnay is a happy confirmation. A pair of quiet Spanish paintings also…
Taddeo Zuccaro, a Mannerist Revelation
This small drawing in which the Roman Mannerist Taddeo Zuccaro skillfully combined various scenes fetched the highest bid in Angoulême. Art-lovers…
Enjoying Old Masters at Canesso
Split-roasted pork, roast turkey or capon, fish and spider crabs… At a time when restaurants sadly remain closed, feast your eyes at the Canesso Gallery…
A Caravaggesque Christ by Simon Vouet
Perhaps the more appealing of the two drawings from the Marquis of Lagoy's collection up for sale is not Rubens' project for a vignette for Franciscus…
RIP Biennale, Welcome Ex.Paris
Don't forget the lavish decorations by Pizzi, Wilmotte, Graf and Grange, September’s warmth under the glass roof of the light- drenched Grand Palais…
Spain Through American Eyes: A Pioneering Exhibition at the Chrysler Museum of Art
The exhibition “Americans in Spain: Painting and Travel, 1820-1920” examines the widespread and, until now, under-appreciated influence of Spanish…
Did Leonardo da Vinci Paint Salvator Mundi? The Louvre Has an Answer.
La Gazette has obtained a copy of the Louvre’s scientific paper confirming Salvator Mundi ’s attribution to the Florentine painter.
The American Realism of John Register
The Dark Eye of Odilon Redon: Dreamer of the Infinite
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