Color design for ceiling and three walls for the Café L’Aubette ciné-dancing wallpainting in Strasburg

Color design for ceiling and three walls for the Café L’Aubette ciné-dancing wallpainting in Strasburg, gouache on paperboard, 1926-1927, by Theo van Doesburg (1883 – 1931). Image courtesy of Galerie Gmurzynska (Stand 404)

280 exhibitors at TEFAF Maastricht 2020



TEFAF Maastricht has long distinguished itself as the unrivalled destination art fair, where collectors and visitors can discover the broadest range of expertise of any fair globally. TEFAF Maastricht 2020 welcome 280 exhibitors, of which 25 are new. 7 – 15 March 2020

Source: TEFAF Maastricht

Setting TEFAF Maastricht apart from other fairs is the diversity of participating exhibitors, and the objects and works of art they bring to the fair. TEFAF Antiques, the largest section of the fair comprising 98 exhibitors, is a treasure chest of exhibitors and works of art. London based jewellery dealers Hancocks (Stand 243) will unveil a stunning diamond tiara owned by one of the British aristocracy’s most flamboyant and controversial characters, Henry Cyril Paget, the 5th Marquess of Anglesey (1875 - 1905). The tiara, c.1890, is formed of a graduated row of over 100 carats of old European and old-mine cut diamonds, which can detach to form a rivière necklace.

Throughout the fair, collectors can expect to see works that have not been on the market for decades, if not longer. Dr. Jörn Günther Rare Books AG (Stand 109) will exhibit the Talbot-Beauchamp Book of Hours, an illuminated manuscript on vellum, created in Rouen c.1430. This engaging manuscript only recently resurfaced after having disappeared from the public eye for more than 80 years. New exhibitor to TEFAF Maastricht, French dealer Galerie Jean-Christophe Charbonnier (Stand 184) who specialise exclusively in Japanese arms and armour will exhibit a HonKozane Tachi-Dô style Daimyô Armour.

bethechangecpd.comLópez de Aragón (Stand 175) will exhibit “Valencian Fiesta”, oil on canvas, 1893, by Joaquín Sorolla (1863 – 1923), which has been in a private collection for almost 40 years and has not been in a public exhibition since 1990. The work is exceptionally high quality and comes from Sorolla’s most renowned period. Mayoral (Stand 445) will exhibit Mural G-103, a fired clay and oxide copper mural created in 1985 by Eduardo Chillida (1924 - 2002).



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