Art & Antiques News
- Remington ‘Bronco Buster’ a reproduction December 20, 2019BY DR. J. ANTHONY CAVO Q: I’ve attached several pictures of a “Bronco Buster” bronze statue dedicated to the Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable Benjamin Stoddert, in 1904. I was curious if there was […]Antique Trader Staff
- Andrew Jones offering mix of fine art December 20, 2019LOS ANGELES – Andrew Jones Auctions is kicking off the new year and the new decade on Saturday, Jan. 11, with a special sale dedicated to fine art from the collection of Gerard Leon Cafesjian (1925-20 […]Antique Trader Antiques Auction News
- Crain’s honors LiveAuctioneers as great place to work December 20, 2019NEW YORK – For the fourth straight year, LiveAuctioneers, the world’s leading online marketplace for auctions of fine art, antiques and investment-grade collectibles, has been named “One of the Best P […]Antique Trader News
- On Amazon Prime Day, We’ll Help You Find the Best Deals on Art Supplies September 25, 2020Every year, Amazon’s Prime Day offers thousands of deals on the site’s products, from electronics to books and art supplies. The shopping day usually happens in July, but this year it has been pushed […]Anne Doran
- From the Archives: Matters of Fact September 25, 2020As one of the original Photo-Realists, the late painter Robert Bechtle grappled with representation for over five decades. […]Rachel Wetzler
- Vincent Namatjira Becomes First Indigenous Winner of Major Australian Art Prize September 25, 2020No Indigenous artist before him had won the prize in its 99-year history. […]Claire Selvin
The cameo image is from Ms. Cinamon's book Estate Jewelry, 1760 to 1960. The article is from Collector's Weekly. It provides an overview of antique periods and styles along with many other articles on various areas of collecting.
The downward trend in furniture prices is explained well by the Antiques Trade Gazette. While not necessarily good news for sellers, it is good news for buyers. The antiques industry is cyclical just like any other industry. What is down today could be up tomorrow. The chair is on exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum. It is executed in the Regency style and dates to 1804.