News: Oriental carpets

  1. Henry’s Carpet Collection

    Highlights from the upcoming auction on 11 June 2016 of collectors carpets at Henry’s Auktionshaus in Mutterstadt, Germany

  2. Holbein in Berlin

    From 21 January to 8 May 2016, Berlin’s Bode Museum is host to an important exhibition, ‘The Madonna of the Würth Collection and Masterworks of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin’. It is devoted to the work of Hans Holbein the Younger (ca. 1497-1543), one of the greatest portrait painters of the Renaissance, whose name has of course also become synonymous with certain early types of classical Anatolian carpets.

  3. On Sacred Ground

    ‘Suolo sacro. Tappeti in pittura (XV – XIX secolo)’ is a spring exhibition to be held at Gallery Moshe Tabibnia’s Via Brera premises in Milan from 6 April–2 July 2016. The exhibition will feature 25 rare antique (15th-19th century) oriental carpets from Tabibnia’s incomparable holdings.

  4. Rothschild Vase Carpets and much more at Christie’s, London, 19 April

    Christie’s spring Oriental Rugs & Carpets auction on 19 April 2016 in London is headlined by an amazing trio of 17th-century Kerman ‘Vase-technique’ carpets that were once the property of Baroness Alice de Rothschild, but there is far more to the King Street sale.

  5. BADA Fair, London

    The annual British Antique Dealers Association Fair is open until 15 March at Duke of York Square on London’s King’s Road. “The BADA Fair represents our aspirational community for fine art, design and antiques, providing an outstanding opportunity for collectors to meet and purchase from some of the country’s leading dealers” comments Marco Forgione, new… Read more »


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