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  • >Black Lights: Fine Art, Antiques & Collectibles

    August 29th, 2008 · 11:51 am  →  Blog

    >As a collector, it is important to fully understand the quality and condition of your objet d’art prior to making a purchase. Both quality and condition directly contribute to value, and a black light is a great tool to use on fine art, antiques, collectibles and other objects of curiosity. Overall, contemporary paints and repairsRead the Rest…

    >Contemporary Art Tycoons: Hirst, Freud & Koons

    August 21st, 2008 · 4:10 pm  →  Blog

    >In the midst of a recession, there is no shortage of cash flow in the contemporary art world. With Damien Hirst’s major group of works entitled, Beautiful Inside My Head Forever coming up at auction, September 15 -16 at Sotheby’s London, auction estimates, including 223 lots are anticipated to exceed $121 million. His previous PharmacyRead the Rest…

    >Lollapalooza 2008: Art Behind the Music

    August 11th, 2008 · 11:16 am  →  Blog

    >Lollapalooza may be long over, but the music still lives on and so does the art. After all, music and art make a perfect couple. Just looking around our office at artwork left for research, I can see pieces by artists that have at some point created album covers for popular bands throughout the 20thRead the Rest…

    >The “Do’s” and “Don’ts” When Choosing a Fine Art & Personal Property Appraiser

    August 1st, 2008 · 2:10 pm  →  Blog

    > Would you take a medication or vitamin that wasn’t FDA approved? Would you hire a lawyer that didn’t pass the Bar Exam? If you needed surgery, would you Google surgery methods or watch a tutorial on YouTube and do it yourself? Most likely (hopefully) your answers are no, so why would you choose anRead the Rest…