01 April 2011
The Round-up of the Little Big thingsArt of England
De Barbari's Map of Venice Sold for Seven Figure Sum
05 March 2011
New auction record for a print by Paul GauguinCPIFinancial.net
A Paul Gauguin print sells for $924,466 setting a new auction record for the artist. The print, called 'Crouching Tahitian Woman Seen From The Back', went for four times the pre-sale estimate.
02 March 2011
Brave new art dealersCountry Life
A new generation of specialist art dealers is making its mark, capitalising on lower rents and gaps in the market. Clive Aslet meets the rising stars.
26 February 2011
Nautical auctioneering: Georgina Adams dips into the vintage travel marketFinancial Times
With the world's super-wealthy flitting between multiple homes, and sometimes even multiple yachts, one aspect of collecting is thriving. Anything to do with travel is growing, apparently: from antique maps, atlases and globes to vintage trunks, binoculars, travel books and photographs.
23 February 2011
AcquisitionsThe Art Newspaper
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts Minnesota. Jacopo de Barbari, map of Venice, 1500. The Minneapolis Institute of Arts has purchased a rare edition of Jacopo de Barbari's 1500 map of Venice from UK book dealer Daniel Crouch for £lm. The three-metre-wide map which was in the Massèna (Duc de Rivoli) collection, is one of only 14 examples.
09 February 2011
Daniel Crouch Rare Books’ Sale Of De Barbari’s ‘Map Of Venice’lussorian.com
Jacopo de Barbari's map of Venice has recently been sold by Daniel Crouch Rare Books to the Minneapolis Institute of Arts for a seven figure sum.
Daniel Crouch Rare Books is a specialist dealer in antique atlases, maps, plans, sea charts and globes.