Young blood for Old Masters

THE ART NEWSPAPER | Ermanno Rivetti:

Analysts are often quick to label Old Masters a dying branch of the art market, blaming generational changes in taste, a shrinking pool of dedicated collectors and the rarity of top-quality works for this perceived decline.

However, recent dealer activity in London’s traditional Old Master strongholds of Mayfair and St James’s seems to suggest that the narrative is one of adaptation and change, rather than decline… Read more

Image: Young and well-heeled, but will they buy? The next generation of potential collectors at Colnaghi’s new gallery in St. James’s