Christie’s Old Master Paintings department held its inaugural exhibition in mainland China in April 2015. One of the highlights of this event was the dialogue between Chinese leading artist, Mr. Zeng Fanzhi, and Nicholas Hall, International Head of Christie’s Old Master Paintings and 19th Century Art Department, on 13 April at Yuan Space in Beijing.
Featuring over 100 major works, Francis Bacon and the Masters is an historic exhibition, exploring the artist’s relationship with Michelangelo, Velázquez, Degas and others. We talked to curator Thierry Morel ahead of the UK opening
Guillaume Kientz, curator of The Grand Palais’ terrific retrospective of Diego Velázquez, tells Florence Waters why he decided to present the artist, first and foremost, as a product of his age
As the Courtauld Gallery prepares to open a major new exhibition reuniting an album of Goya’s drawings, the curator of its collection tells Chris Mugan about its new gallery space and how she is bringing drawing to the fore
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Ahead of the Royal Academy’s blockbuster new show, Chris Mugan talks to the experts about how the Flemish master's influence has lasted through the ages
Jennifer Wright, Specialist Head of Sale, Old Master & British Drawings and Emma Kronman, Associate Specialist, Old Master Paintings, discuss highlights from the upcoming Old Masters Paintings and Drawings sales in New York on 28-29 January 2015.
A closer look at a remarkable set of previously unknown drawings, offered in our sale of Old Master and British Drawings on 29 January in New York
Nicholas Hall, Co-Chairman, Old Master & 19th Century Art, and Joshua Glazer, Specialist, Old Master Paintings, discuss highlights from the upcoming Renaissance sale on 28 January 2015 in New York.
Lusieri's A View of Lake Averno, offered in Old Masters Week at Christie’s, New York, provides a tranquil counterpoint to Ancient Roman fears about the celebrated beauty spot
Two paintings, offered for sale in Old Masters Week, that demonstrate why ‘Few painters in the history of European art were as capable of presenting the grandeur and sublimity of nature as Hubert Robert.’
A closer look at an iconic 18th century view of Florence painted by Giuseppe Zocchi, offered later this month in Old Masters Week at Christie’s, New York
Author, curator and Bronzino expert Carlo Falciani shares his insights on Agnolo Bronzino’s Portrait of a young man with a book