Alexander Calder’s Mobile Mania
‘Big Red,’ Alexander Calder, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York A key performer in quantifying the sky-high contemporary market…
So, you MIGHT have a Picasso?
Veritas has worked with many clients who either own or are considering purchasing a work of art that might have…
Why Must Art Be Static?
Alexander Calder’s famed mobiles are made primarily of sheet metal, wire and paint. They’re incredibly simple to the naked eye…
Four Pandemic Recovery Opportunities for Art Collectors
I think we can all agree we are moving through 2021 this with mixed emotions. While we are optimistic about…
Is a Free Appraisal Really Free?
Buyer beware – why free appraisals are not really free and why consumers should choose an unbiased source like Veritas Fine Art Appraisals when valuing their art, antiques and collectibles.
Antique French Mantel Clocks
Tick-tock! Spring has sprung! What better way to welcome the arrival of springtime than with an antique French mantel clock!…
Finding Phyfe: America’s Elusive Furniture-Maker
Although having an acclaimed name within American decorative arts history, Duncan Phyfe furniture is extremely rare to behold. So, for…
Rookwood Pottery: An American Heritage
Rookwood pottery was one of the most illustrious American pottery manufacturers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. Winning…