This especially informative talk is presented by James Glennie of Art & Antiques Appraisals, formerly of international auctioneers Bonhams.
The value of artworks can be undermined by lack of good title and greatly enhanced by good provenance. This talk by James Glennie, an experienced practitioner (as opposed to a lawyer) will briefly seek to explain, in simple terms, the difficulties of establishing good title in an international marketplace and demonstrate with examples the importance of and often dramatic effect on price of good provenance.
James Glennie is a qualified valuer with over thirty years’ experience in the art valuation and auction field, fourteen of which were with international auctioneers Bonhams, where he established their national Museums Department, their first office in East Anglia and the popular East Anglian View sales, he was responsible for several country house sales as well as single owner auctions in London and New York.
He left to establish Art & Antiques Appraisals Ltd in 2007, which in addition to its private clients receives instructions from many important institutions including The British Museum, English Heritage, The Supreme Court, The Royal College of Art and The Church of England.
Although the talks & presentations are free to attend for visitors to the art fair, places are strictly limited, so visitors must register for a place in advance. All places will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.
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