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News In Brief

Bloomsbury trade from two venues

Bloomsbury Auctions is to continue to trade from its Maddox Street location alongside its new Pall Mall premises.

The saleroom held its first auction at Pall Mall with The Library of the Late Hubert Dingwall on April 27 but other sales will take place at Maddox Street this summer such as its Erotica sale on June 29.

Bloomsbury is still owned by stamp dealership group Stanley Gibbons. Its former stablemates, Dreweatts and Mallett, were sold to Mark Law’s Millicent Holdings after a £2.4m deal was agreed.

Katz sells Gérôme to Fitzwilliam

A recently rediscovered Jean- Léon Gérôme (1824-1904) portrait (above right) has been bought by the Fitzwilliam Museum from London dealer Daniel Katz. It is believed Katz bought the large full-length painting of the artist’s brother Claude-Armand Gérôme at a French auction in 2013.

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