Our dealer-by-dealer compilation of all reported sales from TEFAF New York:
Alessandra di Castro
- Angelica Kauffmann, Portrait of Prince Stanislaus Poniatowski
- sold an imposing Imperial Marble Bust from the Roman Julio-Claudian era of early 1st Century A.D. , a work that was formerly in the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art collection for the high six figures
- sold a Greek sculpture, the 36.9 cm high “Head of the Goddess Tyche,” dating from the 3rd to 2nd Century B.C. for an undisclosed price to another private American collector
- sold pair of polychrome Delftware swan tureens and covers, made c.1765 in Delft to an American collector
- a polychrome figural cistern for around $45,000
- Pair of polychrome swan tureens and covers, Delftware to an American Collector
- William Glackens’s vibrant Bal Martinique (1928–29) for an undisclosed sum
- Fernando Lianos’s “Christ Carrying the Cross with two executioners,” a 16th century oil-on-panel work measuring 17 1/4 by 13 3/4 inches that sold to an American collector in the asking price region of $300,000
- Pedro Duque Comejo y Roldan’s 18th century carving, “Saint John the Evangelist” in polychromed wood and standing 35 1/2 inches high sold in the same asking price region of $300,000 to another American collector
- a pair of oil on copper images by Pedro Oreente of the Adoration of the shepherds and Magi at an asking price in the region of £200,000, also to an American collector
Daniel Crouch Rare Books
- Teixeira, Luis Magna Orbis Terrarum Nova — asking price: in the region of $820,000 to an important American institution.
- Frederick Dewit and Giacomo Giovanni’s monumental world map, “Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Tabula,” from Rome and dated 1675, sold to an otherwise unidentified institution for $500,000
- suit of armour for the field in Maximilian fashion, from the armour of the Dukes of Brunswick-Luneburg, circa 1520-30, sold to an important collector in the high seven figure range.
Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts
- Edward Hopper, Portrait of Guy Pène du Bois, circa 1904, in the region of $1.5 million.
Ben Janssens Oriental Art
- A limestone sculpture of Buddha Maitreya, China Northern Qi to Sui Dynasty, 6th to early 7th century
Daniel Katz Ltd
- Memento Mori, Spain, 16th century, Oil on panel, sold for $150,000 to a Contemporary art dealer.
Galerie Sanct Lucas
- strong interest from two competing American museums for Eugene Delacroix’s “Bouquet of Flowers” (“Dahlias and Zinnia in a vase with Plums placed on a table”) from 1830, priced at $2.5 million.
- sold a small-scaled 19th century plein air landscape by Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot, “View of Monto Cavo Near Rome,” to an American collector for an asking price of around $80,000
- Giovanna Garzoni’s 17th century still life on vellum, “A bowl of cherries, a cucumber, a green lizard and three kernals” to another American collector in the low six figures
Jack Kilgore & Co., Inc.
- Sold 6 works including Emile Jean Horace Vernet Portrait of the violinist Charles Auguste de Beriot, (1789Paris-1863) sold in the region of $135,000
- Rogelio de Ejusquiza, Portrait of Jose (a de Ochoa) sold for between $200,000-300,000
- three works on paper by the under-known German artist Elfriede Lohse-Wachtler, who was murdered by the Nazis in 1940. The trio sold in the region of the $380,000 asking price
Littleton & Hennessy Asian Art
- a Wanli period (1573-1620), chunkily scaled bronze “lion head’ door knocker decorated with two dragons chasing a flaming pearl, sold for around $160,000
- Anton Raphael Mengs, Portrait of Mariana de Silva y Sarmiento, Duquesa de Huescar, for $275,000 to CNN Anchor Anderson Cooper
- Cristiforo Savolini (Cesena 1639-1677 Pesaro) Madonna and Child
- Edmond Dehodencq, Portrait of a Boy to a Private Collector
- Guissepe Sanmartino, “Baccante” – Sculpture sold to a Museum.
- Andrea Vaccaro’s The Martyrdom of Saint Bartholomew
Phoenix Ancient Art
- Northumberland Aphrodite Anadyonmene Statue in the seven-figures to a European private collector
- all three of their Greek Corinthian helmets sold to three different collectors — New York, California, and Mexico — with prices ranging between $200,000 and $350,000
Richard Green Gallery
- sold Bernardo Bellotti’s “Venice, a view of the Grand Canal looking east from the Palazzo Loredan Cini on the Campo San Vio” (circa 1741-42), to another American collector for “a multi-million dollar price”
Rob Smeets Old Master Paintings
- Luca Giordano (1632-Naples-1705) Portrait of a Mathematician, Oil on Canvas, circa 1663
Robilant + Voena
- Bartolomeo Manfredi, “Saint John the Baptist in the Wilderness” (circa 1610-12) sold to a Chinese collector in the region of $2.5 million
- sold Vanvitelli’s View of the Darsena, Naples (1700) for €1.8m to a European collector
- A pair of George III ormolu mounted white marble candle vases by Matthew Boulton, English circa 1775
- sold a Hellenistic bronze bull to a New York collector for around $300,000
- an Egyptian hieroglyph panel on wood for around $100,000 to a California-based collector.
- Louis Auguste Mathieu Legrand (29 September 1863 – 1951), Women Dancing, Pastel on Cardboard
- a 16th-century Italian model of a pacing horse
- a limestone sculpture, Funeral stele for Apion, son of Bion from 2nd- to 1st-century B.C. Greece ($200,000)
- a Portrait bust of young Commodus from 18th-century Rome ($150,000)
- a terracotta relief panel for a figure in the region of $200,000
TEFAF closes its six day run with strong sales to the US market (Antiques Trade Gazette)
TEFAF Invades New York (BLOUIN ARTINFO)
What Sold at TEFAF New York (Artsy)
Tefaf takes Manhattan (The Art Newspaper)