"If you're going to the premier art fair, you've got to be selling the real McCoy - I find the vetting quite reassuring, in a way". James Butterwick Read More
Известный британский коллекционер Джеймс объявил о продаже двух работ на бумаге в Арканзасский Центр искусств (штат Канзас). Это «Натюрморт» Александра Архипенко (1918) и Семена Залцера в ночном клубе (1929).
"The James Butterwick booth was strikingly colorful and vibrant with a theme of “Bitter Harvest” accompanied by a beautiful catalog for the exhibit of Russian and Ukranian Avant-Garde from 1890 to 1934." Read More
James Butterwick, the grandson of a former Sotheby’s director, is an English art dealer whose collection ranges from Vrubel to Renoir, the guru of Russian avant-garde and non-conformism. He talks about the authenticity of masterpieces and the advantages of the auction house Sotheby’s. Read More
"Fascinating Russian and Ukrainian works from the late Tsarist and early revolutionary period, 1890-1934 (a to-die-for early Kandinsky on incised wood) at James Butterwick" Read More
As the world's most buoyant art market, New York City provides the ideal context for a TEFAF fair outside Maastricht. The inaugural TEFAF New York Spring fair takes place from May 4 to May 8, 2017 with a focus on art and design from the 20th century through today. Read More
"James Butterwick of London will mount a special exhibition at his stand, “Advance! The Ukrainian Avant-Garde 1915–34,” showcasing artists such as Boris Kosarev, Maria Sinyakova, Alexander Bogomazov, Anatol Petrytsky, and Alexander Archipenko. Petrytsky’s 1928 costume designs for Puccini’s Turandot are both colorful and mechanical-looking." Read More