'Jewish Dealers and the European Art Market': watch the London Art Week Symposium now online




This workshop, held in partnership with the Gilbert Collection at the V&A, London Art Week, and the National Trust, examined the social and commercial connections of Jewish dealers across Europe, the hostility they encountered, and their role in the development of the global art market.

The workshop was preceded by a programme of public events hosted by London Art Week which can now been viewed online. For more information, and to view other events hosted by London Art Week, visit https://tinyurl.com/2s3tefjp

In conversation: Belonging and Betrayal - How Jews Made the Art World Modern

Charles Dellheim (Boston) in conversation with James McAuley (Contributing columnist, The Washington Post), discussing the publication of Belonging and Betrayal: How Jews Made the Art World Modern (Brandeis, 2021).

In conversation: Sargent's Wertheimers

Jean Strouse (New York) in conversation with Caroline Corbeau-Parsons (Musee d'Orsay) on Strouse's forthcoming book about John Singer Sargent's twelve portraits of the art dealer Asher Wertheimer and his family.

The Jewish Contribution to Art Dealing in London.

A roundtable discussion about the heritage of Jewish art and antique dealerships in nineteenth and twentieth-century London.

Dr Diana Davis, Independent Researcher, UK Martin Levy, Chairman of H. Blairman and Sons Ltd and member of the Spoliation Advisory Panel, UK Alice Minter, Curator at the Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Collection, Victoria & Albert Museum, London Cherith Summers, Director at Murphy & Partners, London Moderator: Dr Thomas Marks, Writer and art critic, Associate fellow of The Warburg Institute, London and Trustee of Art UK