Author Archives: Bernard Ewell
Part one of eight: Everyone who examines a fine art print is looking for certain things. If she doesn’t know much about prints, this may be fairly few things. If she knows a lot, she’ll know more things to look … Continue reading
Just like any other professional, I can truly say, “Everyone who comes to see me wants to use me.” Frequently, however, it entails much more than just an office visit. I have traveled to France, Italy, Switzerland, Mexico, Ireland and … Continue reading
The United States, and, to a lesser extent, many other countries, are awash with hundreds of thousands of art prints attributed to Salvador Dali (Spanish 1904-1989). In my thirty-six years of studying, examining and authenticating them, I have personally seen … Continue reading
Now that the Fall is here it’s time for the big New York auction season. Already we have the amazing sale of a Giacometti “Chariot” sculpture at $101 million and a Van Gogh painting titled “Still Life, Vase With Daisies … Continue reading
Artist Billie Schenck wrote to me with some very nice comments about my book Artful Dodgers: Fraud and Foolishness in the Art Market and confirmed the information I included about a court case in which he testified. He also asked for my … Continue reading
From San Diego to New York and Connecticut the past several weeks have seen a great response to Artful Dodgers: Fraud and Foolishness in the Art Market as I have traveled across the country. That impressive Dali scholar and (I am … Continue reading
The reviews posted so far on Amazon and artfuldodgers.us have been great!!! All 5 stars!
On September 5th at 2:00 PM I shall be doing a book signing at the AARP Ideas @50+ national convention at the San Diego … Continue reading
It’s true! And it’s available from Abbott Press (www.abbottpress.com) You can also order a Signed and dedicated copy by going to the book website: www.artfuldodgers.us.