The First Art Newspaper on the Net   Established in 1996 United States Sunday, May 27, 2018

Antiques & Fine Art Fair at Harewood returns to The Marquee, Harewood House in Yorkshire 12-14 September
Richard Firth (b 1971), Brittania Vigilant & Satania Racing off Cowes, 40” x 28”, oil on canvas. Photo: Courtesy of Baron Fine Art.

LEEDS.- Thousands upon thousands of people saw how magnificent the outside of Harewood House looked at Le Grand Départ of the Tour de France in July. Now people have the chance to see inside and visit the sumptuous State Rooms at a very special price of £5, saving £9 on the adult ticket price, when they attend The Antiques & Fine Art Fair at Harewood. The Antiques & Fine Art Fair at Harewood is being held in association with Knight Frank’s Harrogate office and opens in The Marquee, Harewood House, Harewood, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS17 9LQ from Friday 12 to Sunday 14 September 2014. This is an unmissable event for collectors, interior decorators and first time buyers.

“We have moved the timing of this event to coincide with Harewood House, one of the Treasure Houses of England, being open to the public,” said Ingrid Nilson, director of The Antiques Dealers Fair Limited. “We are most grateful to the Harewood House Trust and are working with the team there to create an even better experience. They have generously agreed that visitors to The Antiques & Fine Art Fair at Harewood can also benefit from a special deal to visit Harewood House with its Robert Adam interiors and works by such masters as JMW Turner, Thomas Chippendale, Joshua Reynolds and El Greco and its magnificent Sèvres porcelain exhibition in the State Rooms.”

Harewood House is the family seat of the Earl and Countess of Harewood. The 7th Earl of Harewood was a great music enthusiast and was particularly involved in opera, so may well have appreciated the 1920 oil painting ‘The Palace of the Queen of Voluptuousness’, a design by Maurice Denis (1870-1943) for the first scene of the first act of Vincent D’Indy’s opera ‘La Legende de Saint Christophe’ for which Maurice Denis designed the sets and costumes in 1920, which David Powell Fine Art is offering for £26,000.

Silver specialist Jack Shaw & Co from Ilkley is bringing a tempting selection of their best stock, including a George III York silver cruet set stand with ‘bright cut’ decoration to the platform and five original cut glass bottles by James Barber, 1812, selling for £2,250.

Penny Corah and Rosie Manning are bringing a French platinum, cabouchon, ruby and diamond ring, c1910 with wonderful workmanship and a superb Victorian butterfly brooch with emeralds, rubies, sapphires and diamonds, with a price tag of £4,600. Other jewellers at the fair, including Anderson Jones and T Robert, cannot fail to entice.

Beautiful 19th century English antique porcelain and pottery from Carolyn Stoddart- Scott includes a Spode pottery floral two-handled footbath, pattern no 938, c1835, £1,145 and a set of ten Chamberlain Worcester porcelain crested soup plates, c1810, selling for £2,600. Other English ceramics on her stand include Ridgway, Coalport, Mason’s Ironstone, Copeland, Minton, Wedgewood and Doulton.

Yorkshire’s T.L. Phelps celebrates 30 years of fine furniture restoration this year. Tim Phelps’ attendance adds another dimension to the fair. His clients include such luminaries as English Heritage and the National Trust, stately homes and a host of antiques trade and private clients. He will be on hand to discuss visitors’ requirements and offer advice.

Harewood House is well known for its magnificent Chippendale furniture, the largest collection in private hands. Furniture exhibitor, Freshfords Fine Antiques from Bath is bringing a George III Chippendale period carved mahogany serpentine concertina action games table, c1760, priced at £11,850. Other pieces include an elegant George III mahogany serpentine window seat in the French Hepplewhite style, c1785, £7,650 and a George III Hepplewhite period satinwood veneered bonheur du jour by Gillows of Lancaster and London, c1785, £16,500. Regency furniture from S&S Timms Antiques includes a pair of Regency mahogany D shaped card tables with satinwood banded and inlaid decoration, English, c1790, £18,800, a mahogany window seat hall bench, English, c1830, £5,500 and late 19th century burr walnut kidney shaped side cupboard with ebonised and marquetry inlay, English, c1880, £3,250. M&N Oriental Rugs are showing their finest silk and wool carpets and rugs, the perfect foil for antique furniture.

Country oak furniture specialist Peter Bunting has a number of 16th and early 17th century carved stone heads from manor house doors or windows, priced from £1,200. Odyssey of Southport deals in antiquities and is bringing a rare Iron Age carved stone head of the mask type, probably made by the Iceni tribe, before AD 61, POA. This Celtic moustachioed piece is larger than life size and fashioned from a flat slab of stone.

First time exhibitor Marais Fine Arts from Guernsey specialises in 20th and 21st century modern and contemporary British and South African art, including ‘Cecilia Street after the Rain’ by David Botha (1921- 1995), oil on canvas laid down on board, 19.5 x 29.5 inches, 1978, selling for £19,500. Cambridge Fine Art has paintings by a number of northern artists including William Mellor, (1851-1931) and William Hemsley, RBA (1819- 1893) and Ashleigh House Fine Art returns with a collection of Victorian paintings. Chester based Baron Fine Art’s selection of watercolours, oil paintings and drawings includes ‘River Wharfe’ by Donald McIntyre (b 1923), acrylic on board, priced at £7,900; contemporary Yorkshire artist Richard Firth’s large oil of ‘Brittania Vigilant & Satania Racing off Cowes’, £16,000, and the smaller ‘The America’s Cup 1930 Lipton’s Last Challenge’, £3,950. York Minster was the favourite subject of York topographer George Fall (1848- 1925). Fall studied at York School of Drawing and taught at Selby. His views of York are selling for £450 each.

Today's News

August 31, 2014

Natural History Museum of Denmark discovers unique gift from Charles Darwin

New Exhibition at the National Gallery of Art introduces Italian art from the Neoclassicism to Futurism

Sotheby's Hong Kong to offer heirlooms of Chinese art from the Hosokawa clan

Christie's Paris to present some of the most iconic works of the Empire period during the Biennale des Antiquaires

'Roman in the Provinces: Art on the Periphery of Empire' on view at the Yale University Art Gallery

'On the Move: Storytelling in Contemporary Photography and Graphic Design' opens at the Stedelijk

Artists protest Israel-sponsored Brazil arts fair; Artists urge organizers to return around $40,000

Major digitization project at PEM's Phillips Library makes 250,000 records available to researchers worldwide

Sotheby's Hong Kong offers a rare opportunity to acquire the best Burgundies at auction

Wright announces 'Lawrence Laske: Design Studio and Collected Works' online-only auction

Historic and important works by Roy Lichtenstein and Diego Giacometti at Clars September 2014 auction

Antiques & Fine Art Fair at Harewood returns to The Marquee, Harewood House in Yorkshire 12-14 September

Giacometti, Calder, Lichtenstein to feature at Kaminski Sept 7th Twentieth Century, Modern Design Sale

Brisbane Festival starts on a high, 40 metres in the sky

Exhibition at Galeria Jaqueline Martins presents works by pioneers of ephemeral conceptual art in Brazil

Rachel Feinstein's Last Days of Folly to transform Madison Square Park

Independent artist collective, LOOSEgroup artists launches new show 'Are you Human' at Cob Gallery

The Museum of Biblical Art appoints new museum leadership

Underground lab glimpses 'soul' of the Sun

National Zoo opens American bison exhibit in honor of 125th anniversary

'Audible Spaces: Tristan Perich, Zarouhie Abdalian, and [The User]' opens at Brown University's Bell Gallery

Burgundy leads offerings in Heritage September Wine Auction

Most Popular Last Seven Days

1.- New Rembrandt found after being bought at London auction

2.- Exhibition at Fotohof focuses on groups in society who are at risk of marginalisation

3.- John Brennan collection of Rock n Roll memorabilia offered at RR Auction

4.- A Bob Dylan guitar fetches $495,000 at auction

5.- Exhibition in San Francisco focuses on the latter half of René Magritte's career

6.- 'Mad' king Ludwig II of Bavaria lost gift to composer Richard Wagner gets rare show

7.- New Royal Academy of Arts opens in celebration of its 250th anniversary

8.- Researchers uncover Anne Frank's 'dirty jokes'in her diary

9.- New York art sales near $3 billion in two weeks as uber-rich hunt trophies

10.- Berlin's Ethnological Museum returns grave-plundered artefacts to Alaska

Museums, Exhibits, Artists, Milestones, Digital Art, Architecture, Photography,
Photographers, Special Photos, Special Reports, Featured Stories, Auctions, Art Fairs,
Anecdotes, Art Quiz, Education, Mythology, 3D Images, Last Week, .


Ignacio Villarreal
Editor & Publisher:Jose Villarreal - Consultant: Ignacio Villarreal Jr.
Art Director: Juan José Sepúlveda Ramírez

Royalville Communications, Inc
Founder's Site. The most varied versions
of this beautiful prayer.
to a Mexican poet.

The First Art Newspaper on the Net. The Best Versions Of Ave Maria Song Junco de la Vega Site Ignacio Villarreal Site
Tell a Friend
Dear User, please complete the form below in order to recommend the Artdaily newsletter to someone you know.
Please complete all fields marked *.
Sending Mail
Sending Successful