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The Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair - 11 - 13 May 2018

Antiques News & Fairs - The Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair - 11th - 13th May 2018
 

The Canon Gallery - 'Approaching Storm' by Charles Napier Hemy RA (1841-1917), oil on paper on board, signed and dated 1896, 24" x 36", £16,000. 

Event: The Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair
Organiser: The Antiques Dealers Fair Limited
Venue: The Marquee, Petworth House & Park, Petworth, West Sussex GU28 0QY
Date: 11 - 13 May 2018

Enquiries:

Tel: 01797 252030

 Antiques News & Fairs - The Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair - 11th - 13th May 2018

Precious Flora - Black Starr & Frost enamel, diamond, gold & platinum rose brooch c.1890, £2,450.

ABOUT THIS FAIR:

The charming West Sussex town of Petworth, resplendent with the National Trust property Petworth Park, is acknowledged as a premier antiques hub in the UK and for the fourth year in a row the resident dealers will enjoy the spin off from the festival atmosphere when the majestic marquee is hoisted in the grounds of this stately house with grounds designed by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown and the Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair, organised by The Antiques Dealers Fair Limited opens for the fourth time from 11-13 May 2018.

Ingrid Nilson, director of The Antiques Dealers Fair Limited, told ANF: "Our Petworth Park event has been full from the start and this year is no different.  As usual, we are working closely with the town, via the Petworth Business Association (PBA) and Petworth Antiques And Decorative Arts association (PAADA) which is home to a number of art and antiques dealers, many of whom will be putting on a special exhibition timed to coincide with the fair.  We are continuing to give National Trust members free access to the fair and the National Trust generously offers antiques fair ticket holders complimentary entry to the Park and House, over the three days, where they can see a number of the nation's impressive treasures including works by Turner, Reynolds and Chippendale."

Resident Petworth exhibitors at the fair will be joined by a dizzying variety of dealers from across the UK, 48 in total, showing traditional, decorative and country furniture, lighting, glass, jewellery, Tunbridge ware, clocks, silver, ceramics, vintage watches, contemporary and antique art, from sculptures to oil paintings, original illustrations and watercolours.  The exhibitors are mainly members of the UK's two leading professional associations - BADA and LAPADA.

New exhibitors for 2018 include Art of the Imagination specialises in original book illustrations and contemporary sculpture, as well as producing their own limited edition books through its publishing arm - Books Illustrated.  19th century naive animal art is Blackbrook Gallery's speciality.  Combining their two passions, the gallery is owned and run by John and Pat Stanley, well-respected and award winning breeders of pedigree English Longhorn cattle in Leicestershire.  Experts in 18th to 20th century ceramics, prints, silver and small collectables S&J Abbott Ceramics Plus, dealers in English and European late 19th century and 20th century decorative arts Titus Omega and Flaxman Fine Jewellery.  Fine period British furniture and fine English clocks with a large selection of 19th, 20th and contemporary paintings will be shown by Millington Adams.  Alluring floral jewellery expert from Antwerp Precious Flora will show their collection of botanical baubles, and Solo Antiques, dealers in Art Nouveau and Art Deco sculpture and glass specialist will be joining. Flying Colours Gallery specialise in distinctive and desirable fine art paintings, with an emphasis on the best established Scottish artists.


Antiques News & Fairs - Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair 11-13 May

Kaye Mitchie - Mary Feddon - A Blackbird, watercolour and gouache on paper. POA


Art at this year's fair comes in many different guises and exhibitors include Kaye Mitchie, The Canon Gallery and Lucy B Campbell Gallery who is devoting the whole stand to the work of Anna Pugh, one of England's leading folk artists who lives in West Sussex and whose paintings are collected all over the world.  Having just reached the great age of 80 years, she is allowing her first solo exhibition and this honour is taking place at the Petworth Park fair.

A highlight on Ottocento's stand is a set of five woodcut prints by Edward Burra (British, 1905-1976), £4,500 the set, which was printed in 1971 by Nicolas Treadwell Gallery (the original edition was from 1928-1929).  Art of the Imagination's original book illustrations and sculptures including a 3'6" bronze of Mister Toad by Rachel Talbot, which coincides with the publication of Wind In The Willows with illustrations by Angel DominguezCambridge Fine Art concentrates mainly on the work of British Victorian artists of repute. One watercolour on the stand is Waiting by the Stile by Sheffield artist Charles Edward Wilson (1854-1941), who settled in Godalming in Surrey.

 Antiques News & Fairs - The Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair - 11th - 13th May 2018

Fileman Antiques - Baccarat butterfly over clematis paperweight, French, £2,500.

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

The Hunt Gallery specialises in the work of the English figurative painter and etcher, Michael John Hunt, who will be at the fair to discuss his topographical paintings, landscapes and evocative interiors with interested visitors.  Local exhibitor Moncrieff-Bray Gallery returns, previewing some of the artists' paintings and sculpture that will be for sale in the art exhibition opening at the Gallery later in May.  Amongst the contemporary sculpture and paintings for sale are oils by Stephen Palmer, two of which are Copse, Petworth Park, £1,650 and nearby Chanctonbury Ring, £1,300 and further afield is Winter Cove, Cornwall by Hannah Woodman in graphite, oil, watercolour and gesso on paper, £2,200.

Antiques News & Fairs - Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair 11-13 May

Art Nouveau signed iridescent Loetz glass vase in the Phaenomen Genre 29 decor in bronze glass, Austria c1900.
 Marks: Loetz Austria.  Price £1650


Fileman Antiques brings all things glass - from a Baccarat butterfly over clematis paperweight, £2,000 to an elaborately cut pair of Regency lustres, c.1820, £1,750 and a fine six light cut glass ormolu mounted chandelier, attributed to John Blades, c.1825, £8,500.  Mark J West also has a wide selection from drinking glasses to vases.  In keeping with the recent buying trend for Art Nouveau items Hickmet Fine Arts is bringing an early 20th century glass cream jug, etched and enamelled with a purple floral decoration against a white field, signed Daum Nancy and with the Cross of Lorraine, c.1900, £2,850.

With vintage watches proving popular last year, Timewise is returning with another impressive selection, amongst which is a gentleman's Rolex watch in a solid 18 carat gold case with rare engine turned bezel and dark brown alligator strap, c.1952, £6,800. A plethora of jewellery from a number of jewellery specialists includes a silver and gold tremblant flower brooch comprising rose diamonds and a central old cut diamond, c.1840, £4,000 and a late 20th century woodcock or snipe brooch by Georges L'Enfant for Hermès, £8,500 from Markov

Furniture dealers include Melody Antiques who will show a late 17th century walnut escritoire with inlay, c.1690, £8,995.  Other returning furniture dealers include Guy Dennler Antiques & Interiors with good quality Georgian pieces,  Hugh Leuchars and Tim Saltwell and Petworth based Augustus Brandt.

With the royal wedding the weekend after the fair, dealers are bringing some regal pieces, including King of Prussia (£695) and King George II bell shaped mugs (£1,095) on Jupiter Antiques' stand.  The Antiques Dealers Fair Limited is continuing its alliance with the Royal Warrant Holders Association's charitable arm, the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST).

Antiques News & Fairs - The Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair - 11th - 13th May 2018

Richard Price - A porcelain mantel timepiece signed Copeland china, T. Goode & Co, £2,850.

 Antiques News & Fairs - The Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair - 11th - 13th May 2018

Tim Saltwell - Pair of Victorian ormolu mounted satinwood and amaranth dot & trellis parquetry tables, attributed to Donald Ross, English, c.1870, £18,500.

TICKET INFO:

Admission to the fair is £10.00 each on the door or in advance through Eventbrite. www.adfl.co.uk

 

 

 

Cover Image: Fileman Antiques - Baccarat butterfly over clematis paperweight, French, £2,500.



News & Fairs Previews

The Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair - 11 - 13 May 2018

Antiques News & Fairs - The Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair - 11th - 13th May 2018
 

The Canon Gallery - 'Approaching Storm' by Charles Napier Hemy RA (1841-1917), oil on paper on board, signed and dated 1896, 24" x 36", £16,000. 

Event: The Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair
Organiser: The Antiques Dealers Fair Limited
Venue: The Marquee, Petworth House & Park, Petworth, West Sussex GU28 0QY
Date: 11 - 13 May 2018

Enquiries:

Tel: 01797 252030

 Antiques News & Fairs - The Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair - 11th - 13th May 2018

Precious Flora - Black Starr & Frost enamel, diamond, gold & platinum rose brooch c.1890, £2,450.

ABOUT THIS FAIR:

The charming West Sussex town of Petworth, resplendent with the National Trust property Petworth Park, is acknowledged as a premier antiques hub in the UK and for the fourth year in a row the resident dealers will enjoy the spin off from the festival atmosphere when the majestic marquee is hoisted in the grounds of this stately house with grounds designed by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown and the Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair, organised by The Antiques Dealers Fair Limited opens for the fourth time from 11-13 May 2018.

Ingrid Nilson, director of The Antiques Dealers Fair Limited, told ANF: "Our Petworth Park event has been full from the start and this year is no different.  As usual, we are working closely with the town, via the Petworth Business Association (PBA) and Petworth Antiques And Decorative Arts association (PAADA) which is home to a number of art and antiques dealers, many of whom will be putting on a special exhibition timed to coincide with the fair.  We are continuing to give National Trust members free access to the fair and the National Trust generously offers antiques fair ticket holders complimentary entry to the Park and House, over the three days, where they can see a number of the nation's impressive treasures including works by Turner, Reynolds and Chippendale."

Resident Petworth exhibitors at the fair will be joined by a dizzying variety of dealers from across the UK, 48 in total, showing traditional, decorative and country furniture, lighting, glass, jewellery, Tunbridge ware, clocks, silver, ceramics, vintage watches, contemporary and antique art, from sculptures to oil paintings, original illustrations and watercolours.  The exhibitors are mainly members of the UK's two leading professional associations - BADA and LAPADA.

New exhibitors for 2018 include Art of the Imagination specialises in original book illustrations and contemporary sculpture, as well as producing their own limited edition books through its publishing arm - Books Illustrated.  19th century naive animal art is Blackbrook Gallery's speciality.  Combining their two passions, the gallery is owned and run by John and Pat Stanley, well-respected and award winning breeders of pedigree English Longhorn cattle in Leicestershire.  Experts in 18th to 20th century ceramics, prints, silver and small collectables S&J Abbott Ceramics Plus, dealers in English and European late 19th century and 20th century decorative arts Titus Omega and Flaxman Fine Jewellery.  Fine period British furniture and fine English clocks with a large selection of 19th, 20th and contemporary paintings will be shown by Millington Adams.  Alluring floral jewellery expert from Antwerp Precious Flora will show their collection of botanical baubles, and Solo Antiques, dealers in Art Nouveau and Art Deco sculpture and glass specialist will be joining. Flying Colours Gallery specialise in distinctive and desirable fine art paintings, with an emphasis on the best established Scottish artists.


Antiques News & Fairs - Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair 11-13 May

Kaye Mitchie - Mary Feddon - A Blackbird, watercolour and gouache on paper. POA


Art at this year's fair comes in many different guises and exhibitors include Kaye Mitchie, The Canon Gallery and Lucy B Campbell Gallery who is devoting the whole stand to the work of Anna Pugh, one of England's leading folk artists who lives in West Sussex and whose paintings are collected all over the world.  Having just reached the great age of 80 years, she is allowing her first solo exhibition and this honour is taking place at the Petworth Park fair.

A highlight on Ottocento's stand is a set of five woodcut prints by Edward Burra (British, 1905-1976), £4,500 the set, which was printed in 1971 by Nicolas Treadwell Gallery (the original edition was from 1928-1929).  Art of the Imagination's original book illustrations and sculptures including a 3'6" bronze of Mister Toad by Rachel Talbot, which coincides with the publication of Wind In The Willows with illustrations by Angel DominguezCambridge Fine Art concentrates mainly on the work of British Victorian artists of repute. One watercolour on the stand is Waiting by the Stile by Sheffield artist Charles Edward Wilson (1854-1941), who settled in Godalming in Surrey.

 Antiques News & Fairs - The Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair - 11th - 13th May 2018

Fileman Antiques - Baccarat butterfly over clematis paperweight, French, £2,500.

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THIS FAIR:

The Hunt Gallery specialises in the work of the English figurative painter and etcher, Michael John Hunt, who will be at the fair to discuss his topographical paintings, landscapes and evocative interiors with interested visitors.  Local exhibitor Moncrieff-Bray Gallery returns, previewing some of the artists' paintings and sculpture that will be for sale in the art exhibition opening at the Gallery later in May.  Amongst the contemporary sculpture and paintings for sale are oils by Stephen Palmer, two of which are Copse, Petworth Park, £1,650 and nearby Chanctonbury Ring, £1,300 and further afield is Winter Cove, Cornwall by Hannah Woodman in graphite, oil, watercolour and gesso on paper, £2,200.

Antiques News & Fairs - Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair 11-13 May

Art Nouveau signed iridescent Loetz glass vase in the Phaenomen Genre 29 decor in bronze glass, Austria c1900.
 Marks: Loetz Austria.  Price £1650


Fileman Antiques brings all things glass - from a Baccarat butterfly over clematis paperweight, £2,000 to an elaborately cut pair of Regency lustres, c.1820, £1,750 and a fine six light cut glass ormolu mounted chandelier, attributed to John Blades, c.1825, £8,500.  Mark J West also has a wide selection from drinking glasses to vases.  In keeping with the recent buying trend for Art Nouveau items Hickmet Fine Arts is bringing an early 20th century glass cream jug, etched and enamelled with a purple floral decoration against a white field, signed Daum Nancy and with the Cross of Lorraine, c.1900, £2,850.

With vintage watches proving popular last year, Timewise is returning with another impressive selection, amongst which is a gentleman's Rolex watch in a solid 18 carat gold case with rare engine turned bezel and dark brown alligator strap, c.1952, £6,800. A plethora of jewellery from a number of jewellery specialists includes a silver and gold tremblant flower brooch comprising rose diamonds and a central old cut diamond, c.1840, £4,000 and a late 20th century woodcock or snipe brooch by Georges L'Enfant for Hermès, £8,500 from Markov

Furniture dealers include Melody Antiques who will show a late 17th century walnut escritoire with inlay, c.1690, £8,995.  Other returning furniture dealers include Guy Dennler Antiques & Interiors with good quality Georgian pieces,  Hugh Leuchars and Tim Saltwell and Petworth based Augustus Brandt.

With the royal wedding the weekend after the fair, dealers are bringing some regal pieces, including King of Prussia (£695) and King George II bell shaped mugs (£1,095) on Jupiter Antiques' stand.  The Antiques Dealers Fair Limited is continuing its alliance with the Royal Warrant Holders Association's charitable arm, the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST).

Antiques News & Fairs - The Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair - 11th - 13th May 2018

Richard Price - A porcelain mantel timepiece signed Copeland china, T. Goode & Co, £2,850.

 Antiques News & Fairs - The Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair - 11th - 13th May 2018

Tim Saltwell - Pair of Victorian ormolu mounted satinwood and amaranth dot & trellis parquetry tables, attributed to Donald Ross, English, c.1870, £18,500.

TICKET INFO:

Admission to the fair is £10.00 each on the door or in advance through Eventbrite. www.adfl.co.uk

 

 

 

Cover Image: Fileman Antiques - Baccarat butterfly over clematis paperweight, French, £2,500.