The Master, Judd Tully, records the Old Master sales at TEFAF in Maastricht. Read Tully’s full report at ArtInfo.com but in the meantime, here are the highlighted deal facts:
- Konrad Bernheimer of London/Munich gallery Bernheimer-Colnaghi: Peter Paul Rubens’s Portrait of a Young Man (1610–12),[ . . . ] for between €4 million and €5 million.
- London’s Johnny van Haeften Gallery registered six sales during Thursday’s preview, including Maerten Ryckaert’s A River Landscape with the Flight into Egypt, a 17th-century oil on panel measuring 29 1/8 by 38 1/2 inches, for ₤800,000.
- Paris gallery Haboldt & Co. sold a jewel-like composition by 17th-century French painter Sebastien Stoskopff, A Still Life with a Roemer Glass Flanked by a Cracked Walnut and an Incense Stick, for €650,000.
- Madrid’s Caylus Anticuario S.A.: Aniello Falcone’s 17th-century battleground and mythical scene Tancred Discovers Clarinda, After Wounding Her Before the Walls of Jerusalem, for in the €120,000 range.
TEFAF Opens with Old Master Optimism (ArtInfo.com)