TEFAF Maastricht 2023

TEFAF Maastricht“, this year, is at last being held in March once again and is to run for the usual length of time.

For a whole nine days we will be presenting a selection of our finest works of art that range from the early Middle Ages to the 18th century.

A maiolica collection showcases the artistic ornamentation and cheerful colours used in Italian Renaissance pottery workshops. The key piece is a small plate, Deruta or Gubbio, c. 1525, that combines the popular peacock-feather decoration with the ruby-red lustre that was new at the time, in a unique way. Its lively colourfulness also captivated the Jury team: at the beginning of February the plate had its stage debut at TEFAF’s „First Look“event along with 26 other outstanding works of art that will be shown in Maastricht in March.
Baccio da Montelupo (1510-15), which we are offering together with our partner Tony Blumka, was also among the ‘First Look’ highlights. A „scholarly publication“ of ours, that you can now access already online, will also be available at the fair.

One of our medieval sculptures is from the Böhler family collection: Saint John the Evangelist from the workshop of the Ulm sculptor Michel Erhart reflects my family’s more than one-hundred-year-old tradition not only as dealers but also as collectors of exceptional works of art.
We look forward to your visit.

TEFAF Maastricht, 11-19 March
Stand 212/214

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