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Highlights of Impressionist and Old Masters Sales
Even with the full scope and reach of the internet and international bidding – choosing the right brick and mortar venue can be the difference between a work selling and a work selling well.
Even something as common as a baseball card can be a valuable asset if one buys with an eye for value.
Art fairs and auctions are taking over New York City this May.
One day in 1990, Al West, the CEO of the investment services company SEI, broke his leg and was out of commission for three months. Breaking his leg became a catalyst for change, and the effect had a massive influence on how corporations are designed today. As Al West sat in his bed during those […]
Navigating the Art Market: The Pitfalls of Buying, Selling and Valuing Your Fine Art Welcome to the most unregulated market in the world, the art market. As an art advisor and appraiser, I have seen the dark side of the industry: art appraisers that charge clients exorbitant fees, art advisors that broker fine art to […]
PMAA was thrilled to be included in the Monthly Publication from Momentous Art and Valuable Collections for June 2017.
The Fine Art of Determining Value By Mike Rosser Posted March 29, 2017 “An exuberant Gustav Klimt garden scene sold at Sotheby’s on Wednesday night for about $59 million with fees, the third-highest price for any artwork sold at auction in Europe. “Selling for 48 million pounds after a valuation of at least £35 million, […]
Join Us! Seminar: Unlocking the Potential of Hidden Wealth: Managing Tangible Assets THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 2017 @ 3:30 PM Please join us for a presentation educating CPAs and financial advisors on the state of the art and collectible markets. Anita Heriot, President of Pall Mall Art Advisors, will help CPAs and financial advisors develop an understanding […]