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TEFAF 2011 - highlights

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Director's Choice: Masterpieces from the Rijksmuseum at TEFAF Paper
TEFAF Paper, a successful new section at the last Fair, will have an important loan exhibition in 2011. Wim Pijbes, Managing Director of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, will bring his personal choice of late 15th century works on paper from the museum's collection to TEFAF. Director's Choice: The Happy Hunter will show prints and drawings with a hunting theme.

"TEFAF is the best hunting place for private and professional collectors," says Wim Pijbes. "I am honoured to be able to present an exquisite selection of the best and rarest works on paper from our own collection. I have chosen the title The Happy Hunter as a metaphor for TEFAF."

Art, more than an Asset
TEFAF shares its view of art as an asset with its principal sponsor, AXA Art. Their partnership provides art collectors with unique expertise covering the full range of risk prevention, conservation, recovery and restoration, to enable them to maintain their collections in the best possible condition.






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  • TEFAF 2009 - Paintings, Drawings & Prints section  Paintings, Drawings & Prints section at TEFAF 2009 (showing David and Bathseba by Lucas Cranach the Elder at Bernheimer-Colnaghi - Bernheimer Fine Old Masters, Munich)  Photo: Loraine Bodewes
    TEFAF 2009 - Paintings, Drawings & Prints section Paintings, Drawings & Prints section at TEFAF 2009 (showing David and Bathseba by Lucas Cranach the Elder at Bernheimer-Colnaghi - Bernheimer Fine Old Masters, Munich) Photo: Loraine Bodewes
    The European Fine Art Foundation
  • TEFAF 2009 - Antiques & Works of Art section  Photo: Loraine Bodewes
    TEFAF 2009 - Antiques & Works of Art section Photo: Loraine Bodewes
    The European Fine Art Foundation
  • Exhibitor: Otto Naumann Ltd.  Bernardo Bellotto (Venice 1721–1780 Warsaw), Architectural Capriccio with a Self-Portrait of Bellotto in the Costume of a Venetian Nobleman  Oil on canvas, 155 x 112 cm  Price: $11.5 million USD
    Exhibitor: Otto Naumann Ltd. Bernardo Bellotto (Venice 1721–1780 Warsaw), Architectural Capriccio with a Self-Portrait of Bellotto in the Costume of a Venetian Nobleman Oil on canvas, 155 x 112 cm Price: $11.5 million USD
    The European Fine Art Foundation
  • Exhibitor: Landau Fine Art, Inc.  Jean Dubuffet, Dechaumage au Brabant  Oil on canvas, 91.9 x 72.9 cm / 36¼ x 28¾ inches  1943  €1,500,000.00
    Exhibitor: Landau Fine Art, Inc. Jean Dubuffet, Dechaumage au Brabant Oil on canvas, 91.9 x 72.9 cm / 36¼ x 28¾ inches 1943 €1,500,000.00
    The European Fine Art Foundation
  • Exhibitor: Kunsthandel Frans Jacobs  Tamara de Lempicka (1898-1980), La Veuve  Circa 1924 Oil on canvas, 53 x 24 cm
    Exhibitor: Kunsthandel Frans Jacobs Tamara de Lempicka (1898-1980), La Veuve Circa 1924 Oil on canvas, 53 x 24 cm
    The European Fine Art Foundation
  • Exhibitor: Marcel Nies Oriental Art  Buddha Dipamkara  Swat Valley, Gandhara 3rd/4th century  Schist, height 162 cm
    Exhibitor: Marcel Nies Oriental Art Buddha Dipamkara Swat Valley, Gandhara 3rd/4th century Schist, height 162 cm
    The European Fine Art Foundation
  • Exhibitor: Altomani & Sons  A pair of bronzes representing the deities Venus and Mars by the Renaissance sculptor Tiziano Aspetti  Padua.  They are in fine condition with a beautiful patina.
    Exhibitor: Altomani & Sons A pair of bronzes representing the deities Venus and Mars by the Renaissance sculptor Tiziano Aspetti Padua. They are in fine condition with a beautiful patina.
    The European Fine Art Foundation