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Buying into the Hype: Trophy Antiques and Collectibles (7/5/10)
Picasso The concept of a trophy wife is an ancient one. Bathsheba and Cleopatra are examples. A 1950 issue of … More >>


Ask A Worthologist Question: ‘Piegan Squaw’ Bust (6/15/10)
Piegan Squaw” by Charles Marion Russell.  Harris J. had what he believed to be a sculpture by a named American artist—if he was to believe a … More >>


‘Original’ Rembrandt Etching Could be Modern Armand Durant Restrike (12/15/09)
This etching titled "Christ Preaching" is a powerful image. Originally completed by Rembrandt in 1652, it is a grand example of the engraver’s art, but just one of many of RembrandtRembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (Dutch-Born July 15, 1606 – Died October 4, 1669) is generally considered one of the greatest … More >>


Removing Mold from Art & Antiques a Job for Restoration Professional (11/5/09)
Some molds can be toxic, so it is important to wear the appropriate protection, including gloves and a proper respirator or dust mask.The rash of devastating hurricanes in the southeast United States over the last few years has created a potentially dangerous … More >>


Lifetime Collection of Folk Art Enthusiast Highlights Fall Masterpiece Auction (11/2/09)
A paint-on-board creation by the renowned late folk artist Howard Finster, executed in 1983, is among the items collected by folk art collector and early self-taught art pioneer Lynne Ingram that will go on auction on Nov. 7.BUFORD, Ga. – A Fall Masterpiece Auction, featuring around 800 lots of self-taught art, Southern folk pottery, outsider art, African-American … More >>


Picasso, Dali among Works in Baterbys Auction that Benefits Aids Awareness (11/2/09)
An original signed lithograph (dORLANDO, Fla. – More than 300 original and reproduction works of art by some of the greatest names in 20th … More >>


Currier & Ives Prints: Ways to Tell Originals form Reproductions (9/22/09)
Currier & Ives lithograph “Attacking a Right Whale.”From 1834 to 1907 the firm of Currier & Ives provided for the American people a window on their country’s … More >>


Simple Tips Can Help You Salvage Keepsakes After a Fire (9/2/09)
firefightersA fire can have devastating effects for anyone. Now, imagine your collection of art, antiques or collectibles suffering through a … More >>


Take Steps Now to Prevent Winter Damage to Outdoor Art (8/5/09)
Winter weather can play havoc on your outdoor statuary. This 19th century plaster cast of a copy of the statue of David is showing sings of weathering. Now, before the leaves start falling, is the time to prepare your outdoor art for the winter.People love their gardens, and that includes many wonderful old statues and other ornaments made of stone and metal. But … More >>


Bugs with an Eye for Art: Insects Can Destroy Art and Antique Treasures (7/28/09)
Damage done by insects to the frame and stretcher of an oil painting.I have had customers come to me with oil painting on which they recently noticed small holes developing near the … More >>


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