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New exhibition highlights the attraction of Dürer, Brueghel and others to a rising generation
Old Masters sit alongside contemporary works and gemstones in a collection unphased by common orthodoxies
How dealers of older art are responding to digital ways of working
This year’s event sees some 35 specialist dealers showcasing everything from Old Masters to applied arts
An exhibition of the diverse work of isolated artists that are impossible to pigeonhole
The lives and work of once obscure 17th-century women artists are explored in a new exhibition
Two centuries after the discovery of a buried hoard of ancient chess pieces on the Isle of Lewis, another one has resurfaced
The French collector is sending 250 of his best works to auction
From the Salon du Dessin to the Pushkin Museum, the event spans the history of the draughtsman’s art
From famous owners to historical significance, the stories behind works of art are becoming increasingly valuable
The collector, curator and patron on the appeal of buying works by contemporary artists
Taipei has sustained centuries-old Chinese traditions of collecting and connoisseurship — upheld today by patrons like Robert Tsao
Museum and exhibitions have turned a spotlight on the relatively few historical women artists across Europe
In the Royal Academy’s new show of historical artefacts, Pacific Islanders re-engage with their past in order to navigate their future.
Specialist dealer Gisèle Croës is bringing objects that range from c1500BC to the 18th century to the fair for the first time
The demand for sculpture is growing as the supply of Old Master paintings declines
An exhibition of Dutch 17th-century group portraits is a canny way to show off the range of objects at the fair
A ‘gem of a collection’, lovingly created over many years, comes up for sale
The Hollywood agent on why he’s selling the sculpture and ceramics he spent 40 years assembling
A Canadian dealer brings some of the finest examples of art from the Pacific Northwest to Frieze Masters
The Florence art fair has had a sleek makeover but it hasn’t sold its soul
A forthcoming sale illuminates the late artist’s personality
Fifth-generation dealers Nicolas and Alexis Kugel talk about adapting to less flamboyant modern tastes
The Left Bank’s Parcours des Mondes focuses on the influence that ancient traditions exert on contemporary artists
Traditional collecting fields are adapting to new tastes and business models