Category Archives: Salvador Dali
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
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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
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It’s apparently now all over but the printing! The galley has been proofed. The cover has been proofed. The marketing is in progress. Now all we have to do is wait a couple of weeks to order from amazon.com. We … Continue reading
“The Dali Dilemma” That’s the title on an article that will very soon be appearing in the new edition of Journal of Advanced Appraisal Studies. I am proud to be a contributing author to this excellent professional journal that carries … Continue reading
With Artful Dodgers: Fraud and Foolishness In The Art Market through editing and into production at Abbott Press and with the front cover and back cover text finalized by my brilliant designer Lindsay Holt, I am into marketing discussions with … Continue reading