Collecting Art: Personal Reminiscences From The World Of The Art Auction With Rachel Davis

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Artists Archives of the Western Reserve says
Rachel Davis has over 30 years of experience and many stories to tell about the quirkier side of being an art dealer. Anything you ever wanted to know about art auctions will be addressed by Rachel.

This talk will take place in a talk show format, full seating provided. After the talk, open questions from the audience are welcome.

About Rachel Davis
Rachel Davis holds a B.A. in Art History and Chemistry from the University of Delaware, along with an M.B.A. from Indiana University. She worked as a Painting Conservation Assistant at Winterthur Museum from 1980-1982, and was Director of Fine Arts at WOLF's from 1983-1991. While at WOLF's, Rachel managed sales of $4 million per year, and she was responsible for the authentication and documentation of fine arts and antiques.

About Rachel Davis Fine Arts
Rachel Davis Fine Arts was founded in July of 1987 and a commercial gallery opened in May 1992. We began auctions of works on paper in October of that year, and added auctions of paintings in March 1996. Later in 1996, we began auctioning rare and out-of-print books. In 2001 we branched out to become a full service auction house including furniture, jewelry and decorative arts.


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