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September 2 | First Tuesdays in Marlborough

Sold for $43,050. Aaron Siskind (American, 1903-1991), Suite of 10 Photographs from the Series PLEASURES AND TERRORS OF LEVITATION.

Sold for $43,050. Aaron Siskind (American, 1903-1991), Suite of 10 Photographs from the Series PLEASURES AND TERRORS OF LEVITATION.

Discover the value of your photography and fine art

Tuesday, September 2
1:30PM – 4PM

Skinner Marlborough Gallery
274 Cedar Hill Street
Marlborough, MA 01752

Please join us for our monthly consignment event. Photography expert Michelle Lamunière and appraisers specializing in fine paintings, prints, 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:
events@skinnerinc.com
508-970-3240

Fine Art Department
Selling with Skinner

Robin Starr

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

6 thoughts on “September 2 | 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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