Chagan Sambhar-a (late 17th–early 18th century), Mongolia. School of Zanabazar. Rossi & Rossi, $1.5m

Pick of the fair: Rossi & Rossi

TEFAF Maastricht 2017 | This Mongolian bronze features a benevolent Buddhist divinity embracing his consort symbolising the merging of wisdom and compassion

9 Mar 2017
In Sight in Blue (2016), Clare Belfrage. Adrian Sassoon, around £6,500

Pick of the fair: Adrian Sassoon

TEFAF Maastricht 2017 | Clare Belfrage’s technique involves drawing with fine threads of cane glass across blown glass forms to produce dramatic works

9 Mar 2017
Portrait of an African woman holding a clock (detail) (c. 1585), Annibale Carracci. Tomasso Brothers, around £1m

Pick of the fair: Tomasso Brothers

TEFAF Maastricht 2017 | This unusual 16th-century portrait of a finely dressed black woman by Annibale Carracci comes with an impressive provenance

8 Mar 2017
Norwich Cathedral: the North aisle of the choir (detail) (c. 1807–11), John Sell Cotman. Lowell Libson, around £200,000

Pick of the fair: Lowell Libson

TEFAF Maastricht 2017 | This early watercolour study by John Sell Cotman of the interior of Norwich Cathedral comes to the market in exceptional condition

8 Mar 2017
Mother and Child on a Hammock (c. 1844), Gustave Courbet. Matthiesen Gallery, price on application

Pick of the fair: Matthiesen Gallery

TEFAF Maastricht 2017 | This hitherto unpublished Courbet painting of a familial scene may include a depiction of the artist’s mistress Virginie Binet

8 Mar 2017
St George and the Dragon (late 15th century), Jorge Inglés. Mullany Haute Epoque Fine Art, price on application

Pick of the fair: Mullany Haute Epoque Fine Art

TEFAF Maastricht 2017 | This impressive panel painting by Jorges Inglés was once part of an elaborate altarpiece commissioned by the Marqués de Santillana

8 Mar 2017
The Apollo Awards 2016, at the Sunbeam Studios, London, sponsored by Porsche. Photo © Amy Scaife

The Apollo Awards 2016 in pictures

The winners of this year’s Apollo Awards – which celebrate great achievements of the art and museum worlds – were announced at a ceremony in London on Thursday

25 Nov 2016
Apollo Awards 2016 - Artist of the Year - Cornelia Parker

Artist of the Year

Cornelia Parker

24 Nov 2016
Apollo Awards 2016 - Personality of the Year - Sir Nicholas Serota

Personality of the Year

Sir Nicholas Serota

24 Nov 2016
Apollo Awards 2016 - Digital Innovation of the Year - Art UK

Digital Innovation of the Year

Art UK

24 Nov 2016
Apollo Awards 2016 - Acquisition of the Year - Virgin of the Pomegranate, Fra Angelico, at the Museo del Prado

Acquisition of the Year

The Virgin of the Pomegranate, Fra Angelico (Museo del Prado)

24 Nov 2016
Apollo Awards 2016 - Book of the Year - The Print Before Photography by Antony Griffiths

Book of the Year

‘The Print Before Photography’ by Antony Griffiths

24 Nov 2016
Apollo Awards 2016 - Museum Opening of the Year - National Gallery Singapore

Museum Opening of the Year

National Gallery Singapore

24 Nov 2016
Apollo Awards 2016 - Exhibition of the Year - Bosch

Exhibition of the Year

‘Jheronimus Bosch: Visions of Genius’ at the Het Noordbrabants Museum

24 Nov 2016

Book of the Year

3 Nov 2016
Artist of the Year Award

Artist of the Year

3 Nov 2016

40 Under 40 Asia Pacific

The most inspirational young people in the Asia Pacific art world

1 Sep 2016

Celebrating Apollo at our summer party

Leading cultural figures turned out on Monday night for the Apollo summer party, which saw the launch of the new Apollo Collector Services portal

5 Jul 2016
Lauren Prakke.

My masterpiece selection: Lauren Prakke

For the collector and art patron, Michelangelo’s David and an Ico Parisi sofa are timeless triumphs

29 Jun 2016
Dr Gabriele Finaldi, Director of the National Gallery, London © The National Gallery, London

My masterpiece selection: Gabriele Finaldi

From Velázquez to Bach, the director of the National Gallery chooses his favourite masterpieces

29 Jun 2016