Recent coverage of Daniel Crouch Rare Books and rare maps and atlases in the media.
25 January 2017
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.
9 November 2015
It was hanging there with majesty, an imposing size, a jaw-dropping blue: our favorite blue piece at the Frieze Art Show 2015 was a gigantic blue map presented by Daniel Crouch Rare Books, a specialist dealer in antique atlases, maps, plans, sea charts and voyages dating from the 15th to the 19th centuries.
8 October 2013
London: Fourteen pre-eminent British art and antique dealers will cross the pond with a veritable treasure chest of paintings, jewelry, rare maps, sculpture and furniture – all for the purpose of enticing buyers attending the 25th edition of the International Art and Antique Dealers Show, the 7‑day extravaganza that opens on October 25.
30 April 2018
William Smith’s 1815 map of England and Wales represents a milestone in geological history and a pivotal moment in its creator’s colourful life.
22 October 2014
IN 2012, Amanda Sharp and Matthew Slotover, the founders of Frieze—the colourful, sometimes raucous art fair in Regent’s Park, London—launched a new, overlapping event nearby. Frieze Masters, they hoped, would demonstrate the ways in which old art influences what is being made now. In this context, “old”, like historic or traditional, is relative: 1999 is the fair’s cut-off point.