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Allinson Gallery, Inc.
23 Dunham Pond Road East, Storrs, Connecticut, 06268-2022, USA
1419 Malvern Road, Malvern, VIC, 3144, Australia
Valentinska 7, Prague 1, 110 00, Czech Republic
ALMEHAGEN ANITA 'Antichità Bruschi'
Via dei Fossi 42r, Firenze, 50123, Italy
Alon Zakaim Fine Art
5-7 Dover St, London, W1S 4LD, UK
Agar, Eileen Agius, Lorenzo Archipenko, Alexander Argov, Michael Arman, Pierre Auerbach, Frank Berkes, Antal Bigari, Vittorio Maria Bigas, Eduard Boldini, (Attributed to) Giovanni Boudin, Eugene Brangwyn, Sir Frank William Breenbergh, Bartholomeus Breuer-Weil, David Brinkworth, Kate Burgess, Andy Caillebotte, Gustave Cariot, Gustave Carrier-Belleuse, Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse, Louis-Robert Carrier-Belleuse, Pierre Cavailles, Jules Chabas, Maurice Chadwick, Lynn Chagall, Marc Charreton, Victor Chiparus, Demeter Clausen, Sir George Clement, Etienne Colle, Michel-Auguste Colson, Guillaume-Francois Dali, Salvador Dargelas, Andre-Henri Decoen, Jean Degas, Edgar Delpy, Hippolyte-Camille Diaz de la Pena, Narcisse Virgilio Dong Yoo, Kim Dufy, Raoul Dyf, Marcel Enjolras, Delphin Falero, Luis Ricardo Fantin-Latour (nee Dubourg), Victoria Forain, Jean-Louis Fox, Ivor Friesz, Emile Othon Gérard, Théodore Goeneutte, Norbert Guillaumin, Armand Gérôme, Jean-Léon Hacker, Arthur Harding, James Duffield Hassam, Childe Hayden, Henri Hayet, Louis Helholz-Or, Menachem Herbin, Auguste Hoschedé-Monet, Blanche Jonghe, Gustave de Kadishman, Menashe Kennedy, Cecil Kim, Sung Jin Kissling, Eugène Kristo, Bela de Kádár, Béla La Thangue, Henry Herbert La Touche, Gaston Lacroix de Marseille, Charles-François Lambert, André Lanskoy, Andre Lapicque, Charles Lebasque, Henri Leger, Fernand Lempicka, Tamara de Leroux, Auguste Levis, Maurice Lipchitz, Jacques Loir, Luigi Loiseau, Gustave Loxton Peacock, Clarisse Luce, Maximilien Malfroy, Henry Manguin, Henri Manzù, Giacomo Marc, Robert Martin-Ferrières, Jacques Martin, Henri Maufra, Maxime McDermott, Dan Minaux, André Modigliani, (After) Amedeo Monet, Claude Monticelli, Adolphe Joseph Thomas Morris, Sir Cedric Mostyn, Tom Navlet, Victor and Joseph O'Neill, Terry O'Conor, Roderic Petley, Roy Pizzella, Edmund Pritchett, Edward Quittner, Rudolf Quizet, Alphonse Léon Reggianini, Vittorio Renoir, Pierre-Auguste Rodin, Auguste Rysselberghe, Théo van Schecroun, Jean-Pierre Sculptures, A Selection of Segonzac, Andre Dunoyer de Sisley, Alfred Smith, Chris Soulacroix, Charles Joseph Frederic Souverbie, Jean Stevens, Alfred Terzian, Georges Thorburn, Will Tintoretto, (Follower of) Domenico Turner, Joseph Mallord William Unterberger, Franz Richard Utrillo, Maurice Valensi, Henry Valmier, Georges Valtat, Louis van Dongen, Kees van Schendel, Petrus Vanstone, Paul Venard, Claude Vlaminck, Maurice de Wexler, Jacob Yvaral, Jean Pierre Zandomeneghi, Federico Zadkine, Ossip
PIAZZA FONTANE MAROSE 17/R, GENOVA, GE, 16123
Alte Gemälde Antiquitäten Egon Rusche
Lange Straße 2, Oelde, 59302, Germany
Alte Kunst aus Japan und China Hans-Martin Schmitz
Luxemburger Straße 124/1506, Köln, 50939, Germany
Altea Gallery Ltd
35 St George Street, London, W1S 2PN
We offer a wide selection of superb antique maps, sea charts and atlases covering all parts of the world. Our stock ranges from the early printed maps of 1477 to about 1900; from miniature maps to large scale / wall maps, atlas produced maps and separately published broadsheets. Massimo De Martini started trading as “Altea Maps” in 1992, exhibiting at the “Bonnington Antique Map Fair” which was held in London on a monthly basis as well as various other antique and book fairs. As his business grew he acquired a shop in Camden Passage, one of the longest established London antique markets. Two years later he moved to a more central gallery space on Regent Street and more recently to the present location at the new “Altea Gallery”, in the heart of London’s Mayfair, opposite the Sotheby’s building. Over the years he has earned a reputation for supplying high quality maps and atlases, at fair prices, to first-time buyers, experienced collectors and institutions all over the world. In 1995 he led the “internet revolution” being among the first dealers in the map trade to offer a fully illustrated online map catalogue. We have always been very proud of this achievement, and as the leading force on the internet we became a point of reference for dealers and were copied many times over throughout the world. Nowadays there are large numbers of internet sites offering antique maps as well as e-bay and online auctions. However, to our knowledge, only a handful of dealers can supply their customers with an exceptional item backed up by a full guarantee. We all too often hear of horror stories experienced by unwary buyers misled by erroneous descriptions, reproductions and bad quality items available from unscrupulous dealers on the internet. So we maintain our goal to provide the best possible quality and value for money to our clientele whilst helping them to build their prized map collection for many years to come. We are members of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association, the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers, the International Map Collector's Society, the Provincial Booksellers Fairs Association and the International Antiquarian Mapsellers Association We are joint organisers of the yearly “International London Map Fair”, which we host in June at the Royal Geographical Society. We are also exhibitors and active sponsors of the Miami International Map Fair, which is held every year in early February.
Altes Silber, Dr. K. und R. Schepers
Hanseller Straße 39, Münster, 48161, Germany
bld. 4 a, 4, Leninsky Prospect, Central House of Artists, New Galleries Complex, Moscow, Russia, 119 049
ALWANE ART GALLERY
8, rue Milton, 75009, PARIS, France
Amazing Unipessoal Lda
Rua Luz Soriano, 15, 1200-246 L
Impasse St Jacques, 17, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Tuesday to Friday, from 10 to 12.30 a.m. and 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday, 11 to 1 pm and 3 to 6 pm. Ambre Congo was founded in 1974. In 1981, a preview organised by Mr. Pierre Loos and three colleagues led to the foundation, in 1989, of BRUNEAF (the Brussels Non-European Art Fair) and its non-profit organisation. Pierre Loos is president of BRUNEAF. The BRUNEAF catalogue is published annually, along with ´L´Afrique disparue´ (Ed. Skira).
The Edenbridge Galleries, 1 The Square, Church Street, Edenbridge, Kent, TN8 5BD, England
Amherst Antiques specialise in 18th- to 20th-century Tunbridge Ware, a marquetry technique developed in the Tonbridge & Tunbridge Wells area of Kent. Their stock includes rare and interesting examples of Tunbridge Ware, which provide exciting choices for the collector. The business was started by Dianne Brick, the daughter of a fine art auctioneer. Dianne was brought up in an environment involving antiques and has been dealing under the Amherst Antiques name since 1985. She operated initially from her own shop at Sevenoaks in Kent, where she became known for her quality 19th-century ceramics & Tunbridge Ware. It was during this time that, together with her husband Ivor, she also exhibited at many of the major antiques fairs such as those at Olympia and the NEC. In 2000 she decided to close the shop and concentrate on the fairs. This provided Dianne with a further opportunity to pursue her interest in Tunbridge Ware more fully. This has now resulted in her working time being devoted exclusively to this fascinating subject and in her organising an annual programme of events for collectors. All who come into contact with Dianne are struck by her enthusiasm for her subject and the breadth of her knowledge. In 2007 Dianne & Ivor were invited to join Lennox Cato at his new venture, The Edenbridge Galleries, where they actively promote their Tunbridge Ware, welcoming collectors both from the local area and from further a-field.
AMIGHINI ENZO ANTICHITA’
CORSO PORTA BORSARI 33/B, VERONA, VR, 37121
69 Kensington Church Street, London, W8 4BG, England
Amir Mohtashemi is a leading specialist in Indian and Islamic art. His experience in this field spans over 25 years and today his advice is sought by private collectors and museums worldwide. Amir Mohtashemi Ltd is located on Kensington Church Street in London and showcases Indian and Islamic works of art with a particular interest in cross-cultural material. The gallery exhibits a range of items including paintings and miniatures, ceramics, metalwork, furniture, textiles and arms and armour. Amir strives to acquire important, rare and interesting objects which have a credible provenance. Each year the gallery participates in prestigious art fairs namely TEFAF Maastricht, Masterpiece London and Asian Art in London. The gallery has sold works to major museums including: Asian Civilisations Museum (Singapore), The British Library (London), Indian Heritage Centre (Singapore), Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur), Ismaili Council for Canada (Toronto), Kiran Nader Museum of Art (New Delhi), The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), Musée Guimet (Paris), Musée du quai Branly (Paris), Museo de Arte de Lima, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Newark Museum and the Sadberk Hanim Muzesi (Istanbul).
AMPARO MIÑANA ANTIGÜEDADES
C/ Doctor Ibáñez, 6 local Izq, ZARAGOZA, 50007
Ruiz de Alarcón 27, E 28014, MADRID, Espagne
Ana Dâmaso - Galeria Microarte
Av. de Roma, 48 B,Loja 23, Lisboa, 1700-348 L, Portugal
Anaid Art Gallery
strada slobozia nr.34, Bucuresti, Romania
Anatol Carpets, Kutlu Nurtaç
Wassergasse 4, Postfach, St. Gallen, CH - 9004, Switzerland
Ancanthe t/a The Huntress
Sydney Antique Centre, 531 South Dowling Street, Surry Hills, NSW, 2010, Australia
Anderson Jones Ltd
Specialising in 19th- to early 20th-century jewellery including Art Deco jewellery.
Anderson Wallrock Nautical Antiques
Gosport Street, Lymington, Hampshire SO41 9BB, United Kingdom
Leading specialists in luxury maritime antique furniture, works of art and nautical paraphernalia. Anderson Wallrock Nautical is an exciting collaboration between sailing mad duo Tim Anderson and Charles Wallrock, both established antiques dealers for over 30 years and passionate yachties. Being antiques themselves, Tim and Charles have amassed a wealth of knowledge and have become leading global maritime dealers.
16 Savile Row, London, W1S 3PL, England
JMW Turner John Constable Thomas Gainsborough William Blake John Ruskin Richard Parkes Bonington Sir Thomas Lawrence John Sell Cotman Henry Fuseli Richard Dadd Thomas Girtin Samuel Palmer Francis Towne John Robert Cozens Dante Gabriel Rossetti Edward Burne-Jones David Roberts John Frederick Lewis
PO Box 5210, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, BA15 5BW, England
Andrew Dando is the third generation to run an antiques business, in his case based in the historic riverside town of Bradford-upon-Avon, and specialises in English pottery and porcelain, with an emphasis on Staffordshire items. Amongst Andrew Dando’s stock can be found 18th- and 19th-century English porcelain from the factories of Bow, Worcester, Derby and Minton, together with Spode and Staffordshire pottery. There is also a selection of Continental pieces ranging from tableware in the form of sauceboats and plates to more decorative pieces. Andrew’s grandfather, also Andrew, began trading in 1915 from Midsomer Norton as a general antique dealer, and after serving in the Great War, moved his business to Bath. In 1947 the company supplied a Hepplewhite secretaire bookcase which was a wedding gift for HRH Princess Elizabeth and HRH Prince Philip from the city of Bristol. It was filled with Bristol porcelain and glass. Andrew’s son Gordon worked in the business for many years before handing the mantel on to his own son Andrew. Both Gordon and Andrew have served as regional representatives to the BADA Council and Andrew, together with his wife Janice, is a regular exhibitor at a number of antiques fairs across the country. He is also a vetter at many antiques fairs and was the first ceramics dealer based outside London to win the ‘Best Specialist Dealer’ award (ceramics section) at the British Antique & Collectables Awards (BACA). The business has also featured in the Independent newspaper’s list of the Fifty Best Antiques Shops in the UK.
VIA NOGARA 24, VI, 36075