25 January 2017
Daniel Crouch Rare Books to Launch New York Gallery on Burns Night, Jan. 25finebooksmagazine.com
Daniel Crouch Rare Books will mark the opening of their New York Gallery at 24 East 64th Street with a launch party on Burns Night (25 January 2017). A small selection of Celtic cartography will be on display, in keeping with the traditional Scottish celebration, as well as the gallery’s reputation as specialist dealers in fine and rare antique maps, plans, sea charts and voyages.
28 October 2016
The Art Market: it’s up to you, New YorkThe Financial Times
The venerable European Fine Art Fair (Tefaf), held in Maastricht since 1988, has pulled off its first mini-edition for older art in New York, an event that closed on Wednesday. Organisers revamped the Park Avenue Armory to great effect and hosted 94 galleries with pieces from antiquity to the early 20th century. With nearly a third of booths of the Maastricht flagship, Tefaf New York Fall was more digestible and focused (a separate Modern and contemporary version will be launched in May.)
25 October 2016
Crouch takes a $10m map to Manhattan fair and opens his own new gallery around the corner.Masterart.com
IT was in my last column that I wrote just how busy St. James’s specialist dealer in rare maps and atlases Daniel Crouch is at the moment. I was highlighting his exhibition of 200 prints and panoramas of 600 years of London which he showed at Frieze Masters before moving on to TEFAF New York where he currently shares a stand with Dutch rare books dealers Antiquariaat Forum.
20 October 2016
9 Rarities Appearing at a New York Art Fair’s DebutThe New York Times
Say “Maastricht” to anyone in a certain precinct of the art world and they will know you are talking about TEFAF Maastricht, the grande dame of art fairs, specializing in extremely high-end art and antiques. Now comes TEFAF New York, a new fair scheduled to appear twice a year at the Park Avenue Armory, in the fall and the spring, and repeat that museum-quality level.
18 October 2016
How London barely changed in 300 yearstelegraph.co.uk
At first glance they look like entirely different cities – one its skyline dominated by church spires and palaces, the other a modern tangle of skyscapers and tower blocks.
18 October 2016
16th century world map valued at $10mPaul Fraser Collectibles
Daniel Crouch Rare Books is to sell a spectacular 16th century world map by Genoese cartographer Vesconte Maggiolo at the TEFAF art and antique fair in New York.