MAASTRICHT, the Netherlands — TEFAF Maastricht (The European Fine Art Fair) is in full swing, and during its 12-day run the fair will show off works from 275 of the world’s premier art and antiques dealers.
Art+Auction Magazine editor-at-large and ARTINFO market reporter Judd Tully traveled to Maastricht to find out how much you can expect to pay for an Alexander Calder, and toured four of the fair’s booths focusing on works ranging from Old Masters to mid-20th century.
Some of Tully’s finds include a painting by Claude Vignon at Jean-Luc Baroni, Claude Monet at Hammer Galleries with director Howard Shaw, and Agostino Bonalumi at Robilant + Voena, which sold to a Swiss collector for around €1 million.
He also chatted with Paul Kasmin from Paul Kasmin Gallery, a first-time exhibitor at TEFAF.
TEFAF runs through Sunday, March 23 in Maastricht, the Netherlands.