Art fair TEFAF Maastricht 2023 Nicholas Hall exhibits at TEFAF Maastricht 2023 – Stand 342 NICHOLAS HALL TEFAF Maastricht 2023 – stand 342 MECC Forum 100 6229 GV Maastricht The Netherlands 11 – 19 March 2023 Register and visit the fair Find out more Enquire Photos by Mark Niedermann View all Exhibitions From our journal 2022 Old Masters market review A report on the Old Master paintings market in 2022 – what sold well and what the world’s first billion dollar auction tell us about collecting old masters. Market Insight － 17.01.2023 － By Oliver Rordorf Read more Now the night draws in A concert set to the hours of the day by Ensemble Astrea. What’s Up － 30.11.2022 － By our editors Read more The Fall of the Damned Jessi Jezewska Stevens on the energy crisis: a brief history of fire and sin. Food For Thought － 31.10.2022 － By Jessi Jezewska Stevens Read more Growing Up With Art – Philippa Feigen Daughter of art dealer Richard L. Feigen speaks about the thrills and demands of her formative experience. What’s Up － 24.10.2022 － By our editors Read more On Cleaning Alain Goldrach on the necessity and dangers of cleaning a painting. In The Studio － 30.09.2022 － By Alain Goldrach Read more Dresden from the Right Bank of the Elbe An extended topological survey by Jessi Jezewska Stevens. Food For Thought － 31.07.2022 － By Jessi Jezewska Stevens Read more Venice, a City of Gold A gilded impression of Venice by Katy Kelleher. Food For Thought － 30.06.2022 － By Katy Kelleher Read more On Varnish Getting beneath the surface of Old Master paintings in the studio of Karen Thomas. In The Studio － 05.06.2022 － By Karen Thomas Read more Aso O. Tavitian ‘295’ and other vignettes of Aso O. Tavitian (1940-2020) recollected by David Bull. Collective Memories － 27.05.2022 － By David Bull Read more Hamburger Küste bei Mondschein Friedrich’s moonlit seascape and other lessons of the sea observed in Hamburg by Jessi Jezewska Stevens. Food For Thought － 28.04.2022 － By Jessi Jezewska Stevens Read more Sometimes Something is Simply Extraordinary Theatermaker Elfie Tromp takes us on a wondrous excursion into the new Boijmans Depot. Food For Thought － 21.03.2022 － By Elfie Tromp Read more A Spring Tour of Old Masters Near Maastricht Keeping up the cultural agenda while we await the 35th edition of TEFAF. Exhibition － 13.03.2022 － By Nina Siegal Read more An Early Modern Encounter with Anicka Yi The conceptual artist’s gravity-defying aerobes inspired Lizzie Marx to investigate their connections with the past. Food For Thought － 28.02.2022 － By Lizzie Marx Read more Goya and Baudelaire: Towards the Fall In the wake of Fondation Beyeler’s centennial Goya exhibition, Olivier Berggruen reflects on the ambiguity of the artist’s work. Food For Thought － 31.01.2022 － By Olivier Berggruen Read more Wanwan Lei on Old Masters Wanwan Lei, co-founder of M_WOODS museum in Beijing reconnects with us to chat about their ongoing exhibition of Old Master drawings presented by the British Museum. Exhibition － 22.11.2021 － By Wanwan Lei & Yuan Fang Read more 2021 Old Masters market review Our end-of-the-year market report digs deeper into the numbers behind some top selling Old Master paintings in 2021, as well as discoveries and museum acquisitions. Market Insight － 30.12.2021 － By Oliver Rordorf Read more TEFAF Meet the Expert Nicholas Hall presents a fine Portrait of a Young Lady Holding a Cat, a seductive image painted by Antonio d’Ubertino Verdi, known as Bacchiacca, for this year’s TEFAF – Meet the Expert series. What’s Up － 15.03.2019 － By Our editors Read more Art logistics post Brexit Randy Reynolds chats with Tova Ossad about preparing for Brexit. Market Insight － 20.12.2020 － By Tova Ossad & Randy Reynolds Read more What’s in Anonymity? An original study on the market for anonymous 15th and 16th century Flemish paintings, sold between 1946-2015. Food For Thought, Market Insight － 26.04.2021 － By Anne-Sophie V. Radermecker Read more Magnificent Medici Observations from ‘The Medici: Portraits and Politics, 1512–1570’, an exhibition on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York between 26 June–11 Oct 2021. Exhibition － 28.09.2021 － By Nicholas Hall Read more Vereniging Rembrandt 2020 TEFAF Highlight Paul Rem selects Interior View of Niewe Kerk, a painting by Pieter Saenredam as one of the top highlights at TEFAF Maastricht 2020. What’s Up － 10.03.2020 － By Our editors Read more A portrait that survives the test of time Scholar of black fashion and visual culture Jonathan M. Square responds to an unusual fragment of a painting by Annibale Carracci. Food For Thought － 25.06.2021 － By Jonathan M. Square Read more Beethoven at the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna An exclusive interview with Jasper Sharp, curator of modern and contemporary art at the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna and designer Dani Mileo from Tom Postma Design on the making of the Beethoven Moves exhibition. Exhibition － 30.12.2020 － By Jasper Sharp, Dani Mileo & Yuan Fang Read more Vereniging Rembrandt TEFAF TIPS Ann Demeester, director of the Frans Hals Museum in Haarlem, selects a painting exhibited by Nicholas Hall as one of the best 17th century paintings at TEFAF Maastricht 2019. What’s Up － 11.03.2019 － By Our editors Read more Art, Nudity and ‘Anti-Nudism’ Curator Mitchell Merling examines prudery through American private collecting of four major erotic paintings that ended up as centerpieces of American museums. Food For Thought － 12.10.2021 － By Mitchell Merling Read more A Typology of Collecting 2.0 Uli Sigg presents a witty analysis of what motivates a collector. Food For Thought － 07.08.2020 － By Uli Sigg Read more Venice Wandering through the streets of Venice, Ben Street takes us to see a sublime Bellini altarpiece in situ. Food For Thought － 18.07.2020 － By Ben Street Read more Rembrandt’s Orient West Meets East in Dutch Art of the 17th Century – an exhibition organized by the Museum Barberini Potsdam and Kunstmuseum Basel. Featuring 120 works by Rembrandt and his contemporaries, it examines the influence of globalization on the Netherlands in the 17th century. Exhibition － 16.12.2020 － By Our editors Read more My Ekphrasis Poet Richie Hofmann dedicates his new poem, Jupiter, to a painting by Abraham Janssens. Food For Thought － 27.05.2021 － By Richie Hofmann Read more Vivat Victoriana Sparked by memories of her visits to Le Marche in central Italy, V&A curator Emily Knight explores the Victorian fascination with Italian Renaissance paintings manifested in the museum’s collection. Food For Thought － 31.08.2021 － By Emily Knight Read more ‘Titian: Love, Desire, Death’ at the National Gallery, London Art historian Peter Humfrey reviews the much anticipated exhibition reuniting Titian’s six great mythological paintings for Philip II of Spain, which was forced to close three days after opening in March. Exhibition － 15.07.2020 － By Peter Humphrey Read more Utrecht, Caravaggio and Europe Snapshots from the exhibition of Dutch Caravaggists at the Centraal Museum, Utrecht from 15 Dec 2018 – 24 Mar 2019. Exhibition － 14.03.2019 － By Our editors Read more Fantastic Art Revisited: Exhibiting Old Masters and Contemporary Art A symposium accompanying the exhibition Endless Enigma: Eight Centuries of Fantastic Art that took place at The Kitchen, New York. What’s Up － 27.10.2018 － By Our editors Read more NEWSLETTER Let’s keep in touch Name E-Mail Submit Be the first to know our exhibitions, journal updates and exclusive events.