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Attic amphora from 'old Swiss collection' seized in New York
Source: Becchina archive I understand that an Attic red-figured Nolan amphora attributed to the Harrow painter was seized from a New York Gallery on Friday. It shows a satyr with thyrsos. The amphora features in Royal-Athena Galleries, Art of the Ancient Wo...
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Revisiting Cycladic figures
Looking forward to seminar on Cycladic figures in Cambridge tomorrow: value, forgeries, Keros, returns https://t.co/2ZPoS12ybf pic.twitter.com/eqMAJ5JTzW — David Gill (@davidwjgill) February 8, 2017 I will be presenting a seminar on Cycladic figures to the ...
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Cultural Property APPG Meeting (December 2016)
Westminster © David Gill The Cultural Property APPG met this afternoon (see also statement from " Walk of Truth "). There were two main themes: the first, the movement of the Cultural Property (Armed Conflicts) Bill through Parliament; the second, enforceme...
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Lord Ashton on the Cultural Property (Armed Conflicts) Bill
Heritage Alliance, 2016 © David Gill Lord Ashton used the Heritage Alliance "Heritage Day" on 1 December 2016 to draw attention to the Cultural Property (Armed Conflicts) Bill that is currently moving its way through Parliament. In his speech (available her...
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An Apulian Situla, the Becchina Archive, and a Munich Auction
Source: Becchina Archive The forthcoming auction at Gorny & Mosch is due to include an Apulian situla attributed to the Lycurgus painter ( Lot 87 ). The collecting history is presented: Aus der James Stirt Collection, Vevey in der Schweiz, erworben 1997 bei...
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An Etruscan bronze athlete from an old Swiss collection
Source: Schinousa archive Dr Christos Tsirogiannis has drawn attention to four items in the December sale of antiquities at Gorny & Mosch in Munich. I am particularly interested in the fifth century BC Etruscan bronze figure of a youth. The collecting histo...
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