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Precious Antiques Shown at Paris Art Fair

9 November 2022

Dozens of art dealers from across the world gathered at the Louvre for a leading art fair showcasing the beauty, elegance, and grace of art pieces from antiquity to the present day. It features over 80 exhibitors coming from Europe, including Italy and Great Britain, as well as from across the world.

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Time travellers are packing their suitcases for New York this week

21 January 2020

The Winter Show, which gets underway in New York this Friday, is a celebration of world cultures, from antiquity to the present.

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Early map of world, East Coast hits market for $10 million

16 October 2016

On a Tuesday in mid-October, the most expensive map ever to hit the market was sitting on the floor of an empty office on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Daniel Crouch, the rare book and map dealer to whom it had been consigned, stood over it, beaming.

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Daniel enters the Pirates’ den with sea charts of the Caribbean

12 December 2014

LET us hope St. James’s rare map and atlas expert Daniel Crouch, one of the leading dealers in his field, has a relaxing Christmas because next month he again embarks on what must be one of the most formidable fair schedules of any international dealer.

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Collecting: Maps of the World

28 February 2013

When Daniel Crouch heads to The European Fine Art and Antiques Fair in Maastricht next month, he’s taking nine lions with him. Crouch is exhibiting, among other things, a collection of beautiful Leo Belgicus (Dutch Lion) maps dating from 1583. The maps document and celebrate significant points in the history of the Low Countries, made up of modern day France, northern Belgium and part of the Netherlands, and the whole collection of maps will be on sale for €350,000, with individual lion maps starting at €20,000.

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Market News

28 June 2011

The London market enters its masters’ phase in earnest this week with a series of dealer-led events that herald the main Old Master auctions next week. On Thursday, Masterpiece’, a fair for 150 dealers in disciplines from Old Masters and antiquities to classic cars and modern art, opens in the grounds of the Royal Chelsea Hospital. On Friday, Master Paintings Week’, an initiative by 23 central London dealers, specialising predominantly in Old Master paintings begins, as does Master Drawings’, a forum for dealers in Old Master and modern drawings.

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Public cash call to help keep Armada maps in the UK

3 November 2020

The National Museum of the Royal Navy hopes to raise £600,000 to stop the export of a group of hand-drawn Armada maps to an overseas buyer.

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TEFAF 2019

20 March 2019

10 лучших стендов

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Why are museums taking patrons to Frieze?

5 October 2017

How curated yours are helping institutions to build relationships with their supporters

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Preview: C&TH’s Highlights of Frieze Week 2016

1 October 2016

Your one-stop guide to Frieze Week:

It’s hard not to be overwhelmed by the sheer quantity of art being displayed, sold, and discussed at Frieze Week; an event that features more than 160 of the world’s leading galleries, and over 1000 of today’s most exciting artists, from the emerging to the iconic.

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Mapping London at The Gallery @ Oxo

6 August 2014

London-based dealer Daniel Crouch Rare Books hosts a pop-up selling exhibition at the OXO Gallery as part of the programme for the Totally Thames festival.

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