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October Regional Consignment Days | Maine & Westchester

We invite you to join us online for regional consignment days in Maine and Westchester, New York. Skinner specialists look forward to evaluating items via email, and beginning the conversation about the advantages of selling at auction.

Gather information and images for up to three items of fine & decorative arts, furniture, jewelry, silver, watches & coins and much more. Send an email with the information and images at newyork@skinnerinc.com, maine@skinnerinc.com or at the buttons below.… Read More

10 Designers to Buy Now – Create a Unique Work From Home Space from Auction

Learn how to reasonably acquire and assemble a stylish work-from-home space to improve your productivity and video teleconferencing presence

VIRTUAL EVENT | THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15 AT 1PM

Join us on Zoom for the talk 10 Designers to Buy Now – Create a Unique Work From Home Space from Auctions by Director of 20th Century Design, Dan Ayer.

Let’s face it, working from home and video teleconference is the “new normal.” If you haven’t done so already, or need inspiration, now is the time to create a sophisticated and functional workspace to step up your Zoom game.… Read More

The Art of Set Decoration: How Japanese Textiles Inspire Andrew Baseman

Set by Andrew Baseman for the movie Crazy Rich Asians

ONLINE EVENT | MONDAY, OCTOBER 5 AT 4PM

Join us to explore how antique Japanese textiles have influenced the vision and creative process of Andrew Baseman, a designer and set decorator on diverse film and television projects including Crazy Rich Asians, Mindhunter, Gotham, The Nanny Diaries, Eat, Pray, Love, The Americans, and The Normal Heart. Andrew will share how he turned motifs from the fabric swatches on offer in our upcoming Asian auction into a line of handmade rugs for his interior design clients.… Read More

Talking Auctions with Karen Keane & Steve Fletcher | Online September 30

Talking Auctions with Karen Keane and Steve Fletcher

ONLINE EVENT | WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH AT 4PM

Join us for a casual, free-flowing conversation with Karen Keane and Steve Fletcher  — get their inside view. The discussion will touch on the current market for antiques & fine arts, and delve into the fascinating stories behind some recent auction highlights, from the consignor with a great eye, who purchased a group of furnishings a half-century ago from legendary dealers of the day; to a carved model of a figurehead, donated to Goodwill, purchased on eBay, and sold at Skinner. 

Please register at the button below.… Read More

Regional Consignment Days | Maine & Westchester

We invite you to join us online for regional consignment days in Maine and Westchester, New York. Skinner specialists look forward to evaluating items via email, and beginning the conversation about the advantages of selling at auction.

Gather information and images for up to three items of fine & decorative arts, furniture, jewelry, silver, watches & coins and much more. Send an email with the information and images at newyork@skinnerinc.com, maine@skinnerinc.com or at the buttons below.… Read More

A Fortune for a Fake? Shenanigans, Chicanery & Skullduggery in the Art Market | Virtual Talk August 10

Virtual Talk by Robin S.R. Starr

MONDAY, AUGUST 10th AT 4PM

Join us on Zoom for the talk A Fortune for a Fake? Shenanigans, Chicanery & Skullduggery in the Art Market by Robin S.R. Starr, Skinner Vice President and Director of American & European Works of Art. Listen in to what promises to be an informative and highly engaging talk on the art market.

Please register at the button below. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.Read More

George Way: The Collector You Always Wanted to Know | Virtual Talk July 23

Virtual Talk by Historian Patrick Grenier Collector George Way

THURSDAY, JULY 23 AT 2PM

Patrick Grenier met George Way in 2009 when he was the Director of Visual Arts at Snug Harbor Cultural Center on Staten Island. They formally worked together for six years on three separate exhibitions at Snug Harbor. Patrick then continued working with George to create a comprehensive inventory and educational programming on this collection and advised George up until his passing in 2019.… Read More