Jewish Dealers and the European Art Market c.1850-1930: London Art Week Symposium

An online symposium, open to all, organised by the Jewish Country Houses project in partnership with the National Trust and in collaboration with The Gilbert Collection and London Art Week.

The full programme and registration information is available at: Symposium 2021 – London Art Week .


6th December 2021 18.00 (UK) 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)
7th December 2021 18.00 (UK) 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
9th December 2021 18.00 (UK)  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