Nazmiyal Collection

Omri Schwartz

Nazmiyal Collection is the world’s source for antique rugs and decorative carpets. Since 1980 Nazmiyal has supplied...

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The Art of Marketing the Fine Arts

Regina Kolbe

A public relations blog that offers advice on maximizing your marketing opportunities.

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Susan Teller

We feature American paintings and works on paper from the 1920s to the 1950s with special interest in the...

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Steamboat Models -The Rare Investment

Rex Stewart

The Hudson River steamboat model and other such works are highly sought after in the collectible market, primarily...

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Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery

John R. Math

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery conducts monthly themed art competitions and art exhibitions for new and...

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Ackerman's Fine Art Blog | Art of the 19th - 21st Centuries

Kenny Ackerman

Ackerman's Fine Art

The Ackerman's Fine Art blog offers advice and insight into the art world and important artists from American and...

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Beauty, Rarity, History...The M.S. Rau Antiques Blog

Bill Rau

M.S. Rau Antiques

A New Orleans institution for 100 years, M.S. Rau Antiques is among the premier antiques galleries in the world. ...

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Edward Burke

Art Calls - from

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ArtisTTable Happenings



Calls for Art, Exhibitions, Art Event Announcements, News and everything that is happening around the ArtisTTable.

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Questroyal Fine Art Blog

Louis M. Salerno, Owner

Questroyal Fine Art, LLC

Questroyal Fine Art, LLC, is an established American art gallery specializing in fine American paintings from the...

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20th Century by HKFA - To the Trade

Heather Karlie Vieira

20th Century by HKFA

Fun stories about flea market finds, antique shop treasures and yard sale exclusives! Oh, and then there's the research!

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Preserving the Piano During the Holidays and Beyond

Jim Vogelman - JMV Piano Classics

JMV Piano Classics

Advice on Preparing Your Piano For Holiday Celebrations

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C. Dianne Zweig

Farmington Valley Arts Center

Enjoy the coloroful ride as Dianne takes you along to some of her favorite galleries, studios, events, shows, antique...

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Finding Edmonia Lewis and Others

M. Richardson

The emphasis is on 19th-Century African American artists Edmonia Lewis, Henry Ossawa Tanner, Edward Mitchell...

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Collecting Concepts

Amelia & Jeff Jeffers

Garth's Auctions Inc. Auctioneers & Appraisers

Collecting Concepts (ideas, musings, points of interest)...from America's Most Trusted Auction House (or ramblings on...

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My Art Escape

Lisa Morales

Allegory PR Services

This blog documents my weekly art adventures in South Florida. To me, the first response to art should be visceral. ...

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The Art of Dealing Art

Jay Caldwell

Caldwell Gallery Hudson

Having bought, sold, and appraised fine American and European artwork for more than forty-one years here are some of...

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Clarke Auction

Joseph Ronan Clarke

Highlights of upcoming and past auctions at Westchester's Premier Auction.

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Thoughts, Comments & Observations... The Rehs Galleries Blog

Alyssa Rehs

Rehs Galleries Inc

Thoughts, comments and observation on the 19th century art market.

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Art Trak Tribal Art

John Buxton


The ArtTrak blog has been created as a discussion forum for the website Periodically ArtTrak also...

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Joseph K. Levene Fine Art, Ltd. Art Blog

Joseph K. Levene

Joseph K. Levene Fine Art, Ltd.

With three decades multfifaceted art experience as Art Collector, Art Dealer, Fine Art Executive and Online Gallery...

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Keeping up with Payne Fine Arts

Warren Payne

Here's the latest news from Payne Fine Arts, the online art gallery based in Louisville, Kentucky. In addition to...

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Antique Helper: Art, Antiques and Collecting

Antique Helper

Reflections on collecting art and antiques and auction going penned by Antique Helper Staffers, including Bill Kranz,...

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Navigating the marine art market

Marine Arts Gallery

Advice and news on collecting antique and contemporary marine art for the beginner or seasoned collector. Answering...

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On the Hunt

Stephen B. O'Brien Jr.

Located on Newbury Street in Boston, Copley Fine Art Auctions specializes in antique decoys and 19th- and...

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Hudson River School Stories

Paul G. Stein

Behind-the-scenes vignettes of the Hudson River School, culled from the increasing abundance of online archival...

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Art Wynwood 2012

Pamela Cohen

Art Wynwood will feature paintings, photography, sculpture, art video and new media, conceptual art and urban street...

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Gene Oliver: Musings about Fine Arts

Gene Oliver

Gene Oliver Gallery

Musings about fine arts from the Gene Oliver Gallery In San Juan Bautista, California. We specialize in European and...

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Blue Heron Fine Art Blog

James Puzinas

Blue Heron Fine Art

Blue Heron Fine Art is a fine art gallery founded in 1995 specializing in American paintings from the 19th through...

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Discoveries: Fitz Henry Lane

James A. Craig

In 2006, the American art world was stunned to discover that it had been calling one of its most beloved artists by...

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DeChant Art Consulting, LLC

Teresa DeChant

DeChant Art Consulting

DeChant Art, LLC is dedicated to bringing you the highest quality in art consulting and representation. I strive to...

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Anatomy of an Auction

Bill Roland

Bill Roland takes a hands-on approach to valuing and selling the antiques, fine art and decorative arts that move...

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Laura Beach

Dispatches from the collecting world.

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Treasure of the Month

Norton Museum of Art

On the third Wednesday of every month, the Norton Museum of Art shares a focus on an artwork from its collections.

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Tales of an Art Dealer

Carey Vose

Founded in 1841, Vose Galleries specializes in top quality 18th, 19th and early 20th century American realist artwork.

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Art & Antiques Notes

Julie Carlson Wildfeuer


Art world news, exhibition reviews, and notes on collecting.

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Art News of the Day

ArtfixDaily Staff

Art, antiques, and design news.

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Latest Posts

15 Tips for Decorating with Antique Rugs by Nazmiyal Collection

How to Decorate with Antique Rugs Decorating with Antique Carpets – Adding an antique carpet to an interior space can drastically change the look of a room. While there are many ...

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Ansei Uchima, After Redon, 1972.  Watercolor, sheet 14 x 10 inches.  Signed, titled, and dated, in pencil.

After Redon, 1972, was shown in Artists with Okinawan Roots, Symphony of Colors and Wind; The World of ANSEI UCHIMA at the Okinawa Prefectural Museum & Art Museum, Naha City, Okinawa, ...

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Lobby of Executive Park Towers, Stuyvesant Plaza -model of Hudson River steamboat PETER STUYVESANT.

It's not surprising that a resurgence has occurred within office settings that overlook shorelines. Whether it be on the river...or the mighty Atlantic, executives are taking a second ...

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5th Annual Landscapes Online Art Competition

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery announces its 5th Annual “Landscapes” online juried art competition for the month of April 2015.  The gallery urges all 2D and 3D artists ...

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When selling art, you must choose a venue. The two most popular methods are through art dealers or through an auction house. Both have advantages and disadvantages that should be weighed ...

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Jéan-Leon Gérôme, Leda and the Swan, Circa 1895

This is the second of a three part series of blog posts preceding our exhibition Innocence, Temptation and Power: The Evolution of Women in Art, on view at M.S. Rau Antiques from March 27 ...

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"Colors produce a spiritual vibration, the impression they create is important   only as a step towards this vibration." ...

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The Reader by Carl Holsøe

On March 12 we celebrate three famous artists birthdays. Carl Holsøe 1863 - 1935 (Denmark) Kay Nielsen 1886 - 1957 (Denmark - USA) Elaine de Kooning 1918 - 1989 (USA) Visit ...

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An Exhibition and Sale Friday, March 13–Saturday, April 11, 2015 Hours: Monday–Friday 10–6, Saturday 10–5 and by appointment Questroyal Fine Art proudly presents Voyeurs in Virgin ...

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a vintage tessellated bone table lamp

It's a lamp.  A tessellated bone lamp.  With the original finial.  Okay, now what?  Well, now we take a look at one of the most sought after (and imitated) designers of recent memory - ...

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French Revival Period with HAND painted Galleries

Holiday parties mean festive foods, gifts galore, and guests gathered 'round the piano singing carols. But whether tickling the ivories, or planning to give or receive a piano this ...

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Artist Boardwalk Tag Sale Farmington Valley Art Center

The Farmington Valley Arts Center in Avon, CT announces a HUGE special Artist Tag Sale on their boardwalk this Saturday, July 19, 2014 from 9:00am-1:00pm. With twenty plus artist studios ...

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Image identified as Phillis Wheatley

Now that we have the fascinating story of Dido Belle, let’s take another look at the supposed portrait of the American slave and literary prodigy, Phillis Wheatley, in evening dress ...

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Amelia Jeffers visited China for the 2014 International Auctioneer Forum.

Last week I made a ridiculously quick trip to China. Invited as a representative of the US luxury auction market by our live online auction platform provider,, the trip ...

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Sean McCormick, Owner and Curator at McCormick Place in Downtown Miami poses with the McCormick Place design concept that is now a rooftop mural (visible by all points in central Downtown) created by Miami-based Venezuelan artist, Eleazar Delgado.

McCormick Place is certainly a place to go visit. Rich in history (specifically, Miami history) stories emerge from each corner, room and floor, as well as, the elevator, walls, and the ...

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"Prelude" by Agnes Pelton at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

31. Museum of Fine Arts Boston With the recent Art of the Americas Wing expansion, the allure of MFA Boston has grown exponentially. These four floors showcase artworks from the entire ...

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Picasso Madura.  "Bearded Man's Wife." Est.  25/35,000 USD.

     The New Year at Clarke Auction will start, perhaps stronger than ever before, with a demonstration of their resolution for consistent excellence in 2014.      The fine art ...

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Rehs Contemporary on Amazon We are eager to announce our growing involvement in the newest trend that has been sweeping over the art gallery market.   According to Amazon, their ...

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Allen Brisson-Smith for The New York Times

This New York Times article points out a serious problem in the art world that has been created as a result of the new AAM (American Association of Museums) collecting guidelines. ...

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Purported Jasper Johns Bronze Seized by FBI

The FBI arrested Brian Ramnarine, 58, on charges he created a purported Jasper Johns Bronze Flag sculpture and attempted to sell it for $11 million. In 1990, Jasper Johns had provided Mr. ...

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Indianapolis 500 presentation frame by Heintz Art Metal Smiths, 1913

We have had the privilege to offer some fantastic Indy 500 and auto racing-related treasures over the years. Thanks to the Duesenberg and Clarence Cagle Estates, and the ...

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Bass and Blues by Ralph Cahoon

Ralph Cahoon was born in Chatham, Massachusetts, (Cape Cod). As a youth his favorite pastime was sketching the waterways. He met his wife Martha and was married in 1932. Both developed a ...

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Steve's catch of the day

In New England, every summer we unfurl the sails, dust off the golf shoes, break out the fishing rods, and with a little luck, dine on freshly caught seafood. The seasonal changes as the ...

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David Johnson (1827-1908) - "Near Buck Mountain" - pencil on paper

When he wasn’t painting, Hudson River School artist David Johnson loved to draw, with confident lines on big sheets. Every once in a while his pencil traced the figure of a woman. For ...

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    FLYING MURALS OF WYNWOOD & CAMO DEER Capturing the essence of what the Wynwood Arts District and the Miami art scene have to offer, Wynwood pioneer Tony Goldman will exhibit ...

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Portrait of a young lady with a bird pastel, dated and signed in right corner 1760

It is tempting for anyone who creates art to believe that it would be easier somewhere else.  Where less people pursue art. Where every artistic creation has not already been done. Where ...

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Robert Cook, Lane at age 31, 1835, American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts

Given the enormous interest Fitz Henry (formerly Hugh) Lane’s artwork has generated over the years, it is perhaps only natural that little attention has been paid by scholars on Lane’s ...

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Teresa DeChant

Senior Entrepreneurial Fine Arts Consultant with over 18 years experience as a professional fine art consultant, fine art appraiser, curator to corporations, hospitals, financial ...

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Detail of an oil painting by Kazuo Shiraga

As co-founders of Roland Auctions, Manhattan's newest auction house, my brother Rob and I face a recurring challenge. As soon as the property in the monthly auction is picked up, we have ...

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Seated Woman, Pastel #42

Previously kept in family hands over the last 70 years, Edith Branson's paintings are currently being reintroduced  to American collectors by Blue Heron Fine Art.  It is hoped that the ...

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Banquito by William P.  Henderson.

SANTA FE, N.M. – December is the best month to be in Santa Fe. Snow sugars the old town and farolitos – occasionally still the paper bag and candle variety of childhood memory – climb ...

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John Sloan (American, 1871-1951) Yolande in Gray Tippet, 1909.  Oil on canvas.  Bequest of R.H.  Norton, 53.179

In this half-length portrait, a young brunette woman peeks flirtatiously at the viewer from the corners of her almond-shaped eyes.  There is a hint of a smile on her closed lips, and ...

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Jasper F.  Cropsey

Having been in business for six generations, our family has amassed a number of great stories.  Luckily, my grandfather, Robert C. Vose Jr., was an amazing storyteller, and spent the last ...

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Frank Vining Smith, The Red Jacket, 1922.  Oil on canvas, 24 x 28 in.  Private Collection.

The marine art of Frank Vining Smith (1879-1967) has become part of America's collective consciousness. When we envision a wind-propelled sailing ship plying the high seas, often the ...

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Hudson River School artist Thomas Cole is part of the John and Jean Wilkinson Collection.

Twenty works by leading American artists such as Thomas Cole, George Inness, Alfred Maurer, Jane Peterson, Thomas B. Pope and Anthony Thieme, are on loan from the private collection of ...

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