Tag Archives: Bernard Ewell Art Appraisals

Update on ARTFUL DODGERS

It seems I get almost daily inquiries about the progress of Artful Dodgers: Fraud and Foolishness in the Art Market toward publication and availability. I am working with an agent to craft a Proposal to publishers and the advice I … Continue reading



Memories With Duncan

My son Duncan is visiting Colorado Springs on a trip from his home in Rio de Janeiro and Melinda and I with our two dogs drove up from Santa Fe to see him. We’ll also have visits with my daughter … Continue reading



Salvador Dali Is Everywhere!

Those of us who both know well the work of Salvador Dali and also have opportunities to see lots of art are always finding Dalinian imagery and ideas in the work of other modern and contemporary artists. Some acknowledge their debt … Continue reading



INVESTING IN ART? DON’T BET ON IT

Every day I receive online a posting by Todd Sigety titled “Appraiser Workshops”. It usually has reprints and synopses of articles related to art that have appeared elsewhere. It’s a great way to keep up with a wide range of … Continue reading



MORE GOOD STUFF HAPPENING

Wouldn’t it be great if we could stop worrying about and talking about Theresa Franks and Fine Art Registry? After being attacked by her Googlebomb for three years and being the target of her lying rants on Youtube, it’s so nice to … Continue reading



WHY NOT A DALI CATALOG?

Whether you spell it “catalog” or “catalogue” raisonne, it’s an important tool for collectors, curators, appraisers and others who want information about an artist and his art. Certainly the world of Salvador Dali has long needed a fully dependable catalog … Continue reading



TRUTH AND JUSTICE ARE TRIUMPHING AT LAST!

IMPORTANT THINGS ARE HAPPENING IN THE DALI WARS! Good news just keeps rolling in for those who represent the truth in the Salvador Dali market. First came the news that the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the … Continue reading



THEY PAID WHAT?

We all know that Edvard Munch’s The Scream, 1895 sold for just under $120 million. A T206 Honus Wagner 1909 baseball card brought $1.2 million in a recent auction. The five hundred and fifty-one day old company Instagram sold for a … Continue reading



IRISH GREETINGS

“Whatever happened to that Bernard Ewell?” is a question that is frequently asked throughout the year. The answer is usually that I’m somewhere else. So it is until May 22. During that time, I’ll not only be in the extreme … Continue reading



REVISITING THE KING COLE BAR

Those of us who are Salvador Dali fans know that when the Master was in New York he stayed at the St. Regis Hotel at 2 East 55th Street and … Continue reading