Selling Your Artwork

We have extensive experience navigating sales of individual pieces or collections. When selling we remain the single point of contact as we guide the client thorough the entire sales process. We ensure that the clients best interests and goals are met. We take an objective, unbiased position for the sale and every step of the way including (but not limited to):

  • If necessary, first properly identifying the piece of collection in question such as artist or period by utilizing our expertise and our vast network of specialists and colleagues.
  • Analyzing the market for comparable sales so that an accurate and realistic market value is properly negotiated and achieved.
  • Confidentiality.
  • Primary point of contact throughout the entire process.
  • Pinpoint the most advantageous platform for the sale by accessing our network of private collectors, dealers and auction house contacts.
  • Contract negotiations with auction houses, dealers or private collectors, with which we have established working relationship.
  • Navigating all the logistics of the sale such as fine art shipping, handling and potential formal authentication procedures.
Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
Lady Alston
Sold on behalf of a Private Client
“Lady Alston” Thomas Gainsborough (English 1727-1788)
Authenticated by Hugh Belsey, Gainsborough Authority and to be added to Gainsborough’s pending catalogue raisonne.
Sold on behalf of institution
Abraham Lincoln Life Mask taken from original plaster cast life mask. Clark Mills (American 1810-1883).​
Petrov Vodkin
Sold on behalf of a private client
“Vasya” Kuzma Petrov Vodkin (Russian 1878-1939)
A very important discovery of Russian Avant-Garde Art,
this piece had been in private hands for over 88 years.
Federal Sofa
Sold on behalf of an institution.
American Federal Period Sofa
Sold on behalf of private client
“Ponte di Rialto con il Palazzo dei Camerlenghi”
Francesco Guardi (Italian 1712-1793)
There are two extant versions of this at the Met in NY
and in the Collection of Lord Iveagh.
Sold on behalf of a private client
“St. Patricks in Winter” Guy Carlton Wiggins (American 1883-1962)
Previously undiscovered and in private hands for over 80 years.​