From a Rare Masterpiece by Botticelli to Iconic Picasso Ceramics

Extraordinary objects at Frieze Masters 2019

This October Frieze Masters will present a remarkable showcase of extraordinary objects and exceptional presentations.

Sandro Botticelli, Portrait of Michael Marullus Tarchaniota, Tempera on panel, transferred onto canvas, 49 x 35 cm. Courtesy of Trinity Fine Art, London

Sandro Botticelli, Portrait of Michael Marullus Tarchaniota, c.1500, Tempera on panel, transferred onto canvas, 49 x 35 cm. Courtesy of Trinity Fine Art, London

 

 

Frieze Masters will offer the opportunity to see and buy unique works from the Ancient era through to the Renaissance and Modern masters.

Unmissable pieces include a rare masterpiece by Sandro BotticelliPortrait of Michele Marullo (Trinity Fine Art, London), ancient Chinese bronzes (Gisèle Croës Gallery, Brussels) and a previously unknow Helmet Head by Henry Moore (Osborne Samuels Gallery, London).

Highlights at Frieze Masters also include Albrecht Dürer’s pioneering artist’s manuals from the 16th century (Dr Jörn Günther Rare Books, Basel), iconic ceramics by Pablo Picasso in conversation with Roman antiquities (Galerie Chenel, Paris), as well as a unique selection of portraits by South Asian painters depicting Europeans and their customs, presented by Alexis Renard in the curated section Collections.

Unknown, Large bronze wine vessel, fang hu, Eastern Zhou dynasty (c. 770-221 BC) – Spring and Autumn period (770-476 BC), Bronze with green and brown patina, 68 × 38 × 34 cm. Courtesy of Gisèle Croës, Brussles

Unknown, Large bronze wine vessel, fang hu, Eastern Zhou dynasty (c. 770-221 BC) – Spring and Autumn period (770-476 BC), Bronze with green and brown patina, 68 × 38 × 34 cm. Courtesy of Gisèle Croës, Brussles 

 

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