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  • CELEBRATING MIR APPRAISAL’S 20TH ANNIVERSARY: CHICAGO CLERGY MEMBER UNCOVERS LOST BELGIAN MASTERPIECE

    April 16th, 2014 · 11:36 am  →  Appraisal Art History Auction Authentication Blog Conservation Painting

    In celebration of our 20th anniversary, each month we will feature a favorite case from our archives that demonstrates our dedication to detailed research and analysis as part of the appraisal process. This month’s post highlights our experience working with religious institutions to research and appraise the hidden treasures in their extensive collections. In 2001,Read the Rest…

    ARCHITECTURE AS ART: STAINED GLASS WINDOWS

    April 2nd, 2014 · 9:41 am  →  19th Century Art Appraisal Art History Blog

    Throughout history, stained glass windows have been a key component in architectural design for churches and other religious institutions, beginning in ancient Rome and continuing through to modern day. Among other window types, stained glass is unique in that it serves as both a utilitarian architectural element and as fine art. Because stained glass windowsRead the Rest…