Skinner Inc.

Auctioneers and Appraisers of Objects of Value

October 7 | First Tuesdays in Marlborough

Discover the value of your fine art

Tuesday, October 7
1:30PM – 4PM

Robin Starr

Robin Starr, Director of the Skinner American & European Works of Art Department.

Skinner Marlborough Gallery
274 Cedar Hill Street
Marlborough, MA 01752

Please join us for our monthly consignment event. Appraisers specializing in American & European fine paintings, prints, photography, works on paper, and sculpture will provide complimentary verbal auction evaluations.

First come, first served. No appointment necessary.
Limit of 3 works per person.

Contact Us:

Fine Art Department
Selling with Skinner

6 thoughts on “October 7 | First Tuesdays in Marlborough

  1. I will be bringing 3 paintings of Frederick E. Wallace, born in Haverhill, studied at Rockport Art Assn, painted 3 governors of Massachusetts and in the State House.

    I have more portrait paintings of his, but I wanted to start by getting an idea.
    I also have a picture of his funeral and his self portrait in the French Army Corps.

    Thank you,
    Susan Allen

    I am his niece. My aunt was Janet Wallace, well-known in the Barnstable County Courthouse for her excellent deed and title work.

  2. Will be bringing 2 JD Harding Lithographs “Birch & Elm” and “Sycamore”.

    They were purchased in Dublin from Pat O’Leary Associates in the 1950s, and the label reads “circa 1844″.

    Thank you!
    Ann Hill

  3. I have some artworks to be appraised, but I don’t know if I will want to consign them for sale. Do I have to consign them after the appraisal?

  4. I would like to bring 2 Asian wall hangings,they are rolled up like scrolls and a family book dating back to the Eighteenth Century. The wall hangings, if they’re of any value, I would like to consign. The book s historic in that it contains information and pictures about one of the founding families of St. Louis.

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