Recent coverage of Daniel Crouch Rare Books and rare maps and atlases in the media.
28 January 2020
NEW YORK CITY – Diversity has long been the watchword of the Winter Show, which this year signaled its inclusiveness in ever more ways. The fair, which previewed on January 23 and continues at the Park Avenue Armory through February 2, has always favored quality over quantity, seeking to offer the best of the best from the ancient to the contemporary. If anything, it was even broader this year.
4 June 2018
The “Gangland Map” features drunken fish and goofy jokes alongside descriptions of brutal murders.
17 October 2016
The oldest map of North America—including New York—is slated to go on sale at TEFAF, an Amsterdam-based arts fair, for a cool $10 million. Of course, the vintage map is basically completely inaccurate, but it’s still cool, right?
2 March 2015
Quedan menos de dos semanas para que comience TEFAF MAASTRICHT 2015, que este año tendrá lugar del 13 al 22 de marzo. Esta gran feria del arte y las antigüedades, la más importante del mundo, contará con la presencia de más de 270 galerías procedentes de una veintena de países. Cinco de ellas son españolas: Deborah Elvira, Artur Ramon Art, Galería Caylus, Galería López de Aragón y Coll&Cortés Ltd. Una sexta, Elba Benítez, asistirá como invitada a la nueva sección Night Fishing, comisariada por Sydney Picasso y dedicada a la escultura postmoderna.
28 September 2011
Timed to coincide with Asian Art in London, 3rd to 12th November 2011, map dealer Daniel Crouch Rare Books will be exhibiting work by Ferdinand Verbiest completed at the Chinese Court during the start of the Qing Dynasty (1644–1912), as well as antique Chinese porcelain, presented by Woolley & Wallis Auctioneers.
7 December 2017
Life’s luxuries may make sense for most on your list, but there’s always one person who seems impossible to please. That’s why we’ve tossed the budget in search of the most rarefied experiences and exotic goods.
15 June 2012
The rivers that make their way beneath London’s streets to the Thames have an enduring fascination for many people. Since 1962 the classic work on the subject has been Nicholas Barton’s The Lost Rivers of London, which stood alone in its several editions until last year. Then, such is the synchronicity of publishing, it was joined by books by Paul Tilling, Tom Bolton and Stephen Myers. Myers, whose Walking on Water: London ‘s Hidden Rivers Revealed deals with seven northem watercours-es, is a professional water engineer and he has mapped them more precisely than ever before.