Art from antiquity to the 20th century

  • Event date 2 - 10 July
  • Event location London

QUENTIN METSYS (LEUVEN 1465/6-1530 ANTWERP)

The Madonna of the Cherries

FRANS HALS (ANTWERP 1582/3-1666 HAARLEM)

Portrait of a gentleman of the de Wolff family, possibly Joost de Wolff (1576/7-?after 1652), half-length

A GREEK BRONZE HEAD OF EROS

HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 2ND-1ST CENTURY B.C.

ATTRIBUTED TO GEORGE GOWER (LONDON C. 1538-1596)

Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603), bust-length, in an embroidered red dress with white chemisette and embroidered ruff, with a jewelled chain and headdress

AN IMPERIAL CHINESE ORMOLU AND PASTE-SET AUTOMATON, MUSICAL AND STRIKING TABLE CLOCK

GUANGZHOU WORKSHOPS, QIANLONG PERIOD (1736-1795), LATE 18 TH CENTURY

AN EGYPTIAN BRONZE FALCON

LATE PERIOD-PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, 664-30 B.C.

SIR PETER LELY (SOEST, WESTPHALIA 1618-1680 LONDON) AND STUDIO

Portrait of Barbara Villiers, Countess of Castlemaine and later Duchess of Cleveland (1640-1709), full-length, seated in a silver dress and blue drapery, a landscape beyond

MASTER OF THE LEGEND OF SAINT LUCY (ACTIVE BRUGES, C . 1470-1500)

Saint Anthony of Padua with the Infant Christ

MASTER OF THE LANDAU FINALY TRIUMPHS (ACTIVE FLORENCE, C. 1440-60)

The Triumph of Love and the Triumph of Chastity

ATTRIBUTED TO THE MONVAERNI MASTER (ACTIVE LIMOGES, C. 1461-85)

A triptych depicting the Betrayal of Christ

GABRIEL ZEHENDER (ACTIVE BASEL, C. 1527-35)

Double portrait of a married couple, half-length

A LOUIS XIV ORMOLU-MOUNTED POLYCHROME-DECORATED 'BOULLE MARQUETRY' BUREAU MAZARIN

ATTRIBUTED TO BERNARD I VAN RISENBURGH ('BVRB' I), CIRCA 1700-10

AN ATTIC BLACK-FIGURED AMPHORA (TYPE B)

ATTRIBUTED TO GROUP E, CIRCA 540 B.C.

AN ETRUSCAN BRONZE KORE

CIRCA LATE 6TH CENTURY B.C.

BLAEU, Willem (1571-1638) and Jan BLAEU (1596-1673)

Grooten Atlas [ Atlas Major ]. Amsterdam: Johannes Blaeu, 1664.

JOHANN RICHTER (STOCKHOLM 1665-1745 VENICE)

Venice, the Piazzetta looking north-west towards the Campanile, with the Biblioteca, the Procuratie Vecchie and the Torre dell'Orologio

ANTWERP SCHOOL, 16TH CENTURY

The Adoration of the Magi

AN ITALIAN MARBLE AND PIETRE DURE TABLE TOP

ATTRIBUTED TO THE GRAND DUCAL WORKSHOPS, FLORENCE, LATE 16TH CENTURY

AN ACHAEMENID GOLD APPLIQUE OF A HYBRID LION

IRAN, CIRCA 5TH CENTURY B.C.

ALESSANDRO ALLORI (FLORENCE 1535-1607)

A standing man turning to the left with outstretched arms

AN EGYPTIAN PAINTED WOOD MUMMY PORTRAIT OF A MAN

ROMAN PERIOD, HADRIANIC, CIRCA FIRST HALF OF THE 2ND CENTURY A.D.

ANTONIO JOLI (MODENA 1700-1777 NAPLES)

Naples, a view of the Riviera di Chiaia, from the north-west, with Vesuvius beyond; and Naples, from the south-east, with the Castel Nuovo

JOHANN RICHTER (STOCKHOLM 1665-1745 VENICE)

Venice, the Piazzetta looking south from the Basilica di San Marco with the Biblioteca and a crowd gathered to watch a Commedia dell'arte performance

THE LYON MASTER (ACTIVE VENICE C. 1740-50)

Venice: The Grand Canal looking East, with the churches of Santa Maria della Carità, and Santa Maria della Salute beyond

JEAN-ETIENNE LIOTARD (1702-1789)

The Large Self-Portrait

A ROYAL LOUIS XVI GILTWOOD PLIANT

ATTRIBUTED TO NICOLAS-QUINIBERT AND TOUSSAINT FOLIOT, CIRCA 1773

A LARGE BRASS ASTROLABE AND SLIDE RULE

ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN MARKE, 1678

LIMOGES, SECOND QUARTER 13TH CENTURY

A bishop's crosier depicting the Annunciation

A GEORGE V FOUR PIECE GOLD COMMUNION SERVICE

MARK OF JOHN HUNT OF PRESTON, FOR EDWARD BARNARD AND SONS LIMITED, LONDON, 1923, 18 CARAT, DESIGNED BY REGINALD J. DAY

A SET OF FOUR GERMAN PARCEL-GILT SILVER TABLE ORNAMENTS

MARK OF ABRAHAM II DRENTWETT, AUGSBURG, 1699-1703

JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM TURNER, R.A. (LONDON 1775-1851)

Looking towards Lake Thun, from opposite Scherzligen, with Schloss Schadau and the Niesen in the distance, Switzerland

A PAIR OF MEISSEN PORCELAIN (AUGUSTUS REX) KAKIEMON HEXAGONAL VASES AND COVERS

CIRCA 1730, UNDERGLAZE BLUE AR MARKS AND INCISED MARKS

A REGENCE ORMOLU-MOUNTED BOIS SATINE AND AMARANTH ARMOIRE

ATTRIBUTED TO CHARLES CRESSENT, CIRCA 1720