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A Tale of Two Portraits: A Previously Undiscovered Folk Art Painting Brings $252,000 at Auction

Sold for $252,000: Attributed to Sturtevant J. Hamblen (Massachusetts, 1806-1873) Portrait of Young Girl Seated in a Rocking Chair with Her Dog

I’ve been an appraiser on Antiques Roadshow since the very first episode in Concord, Massachusetts  eighteen  years ago. Now, the Emmy® Award nominated show attracts thousands of people to events in cities around the country. I love meeting these people and seeing what keepsakes they treasure.… Read More

Stellar Examples of American Furniture and Decorative Arts at Auction on October 27

BOSTON, MA – October 1, 2013 – Numerous examples of fine, newly discovered furniture, decorative arts and Folk Art – including two important single-owner collections – will be auctioned at Skinner, Inc.’s American Furniture & Decorative Arts Auction, on October 27.

An Ohio Collection of American Folk Art

Rare Painted Wood Carving of a Boston Bull Terrier, by Augustus (Gus) Wilson (1864-1950), South Portland, Maine, 1930-35 (Lot 33, Estimate $125,000-$175,000)

Skinner is pleased to offer an exceptional, single-owner collection, featuring a small group of objects gathered over more than forty years by a Midwestern couple.… Read More