As expert fine art brokers, our experience is comprised of over 45 years in the business of evaluating, authenticating and selling major paintings and artwork, (American and European) antique Tiffany Studios lamps and authentic Tiffany Studios art glass. We are Private Brokers, not auctioneers or dealers. We do not purchase items outright or maintain our own inventory of items for sale. Likewise, we do not offer items at public auction.
We will assure you in writing of a professional and discreet sale, with no commissions or seller’s fees to you!
Fine Art Investments’ main purpose is to act as a private, expert fine art broker. We help anyone needing help in selling authentic, antique Tiffany lamps or major American and European original paintings by well known American and European artists. We have over 45 years as experts in evaluating and authenticating genuine Tiffany Studios lamps, which include: antique Tiffany table lamps, floor lamps and hanging shades. We are also full service expert brokers who can evaluate, authenticate and sell original American and European paintings by major artists from the 17th century to around 1985.
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Fine Art Investments are expert brokers who assess, authenticate and privately sell antique, original American oil paintings and antique, original European oil paintings by well-known artists. We accomplish this by using our 45 years of experience as fine art appraisers, experts and fine art brokers. Our job is to act as your exclusive American or European paintings expert, appraiser and private broker. More importantly, we are not fine art dealers, or auction houses with many employees and high rent and advertising costs. Our lower overhead enables us to sell your antique Tiffany lamps or your major American or European oil painting and get you a very good price. The important difference is that there is no cost to you. Our clients are guaranteed both a sale and a guaranteed “net” price to them in writing – in advance.
If you have a signed authentic Tiffany lamp, or an oil painting you know or believe to be by a major well-known American or European artist, please give us a call. We will tell you exactly what we need for photos and information. Better yet, take 2-3 minutes and click on the appropriate Evaluation Form (just below on this page – the oval brown bars). It is quick and easy. You will immediately be directed to the proper form to complete. When completed, simply click “Submit.” You will hear back from us within 24 hours.
For questions regarding a specific item in your possession, please take a minute to complete our short online Artwork Evaluation & Information Form or Lamp Evaluation & Information Form. These forms will provide us with the type of information we need to better assess what you have, and do our best to evaluate its potential for interest to our buyers. Just click below on the appropriate bar.
Our Private Tiffany Collectors Are Always Ready To Buy
We have an established list of private Tiffany collectors seeking to buy signed, authentic, antique Tiffany lamps. These include: Tiffany hanging shades, Tiffany table lamps, Tiffany floor lamps, Tiffany chandeliers, and floral or Dragonfly pattern authentic signed Tiffany lamp shades. For more detailed information about antique Tiffany Lamps, and our antique Tiffany Lamp Brokerage Services, we invite you to visit our sister site at: www.antiquetiffanylamps.com
We Have Many Buyers For Signed Original Paintings By American Artists Such As:
19th Century American: J.G. Brown, Fairfield Porter, Thomas Birch, Thomas Sully, James Bard, Guy Wiggins, Joseph Whiting Stock, Charles Nahl, Martin Heade, George Inness, Robert S. Dunning, Edward Moran, Herman Herzog, William Trost Richards and many others.
20th Century American: Andy Warhol, Lee Krasner, David Park, John Marin, Richard Diebenkorn, James Everett Stuart, Mark Chagall, Thomas Hart Benton, Mark Tansey, Gene Davis, Paul Reed and many others.
We Also Have Buyers For European Paintings By Artists Such As:
19th Century European: Eugene Boudin, Berthe Morisot, John Constable, Edouard Cortes, Adolph Kauffman, Frederick Cordey, Honore Daumier, Karl Bodmer, Marcel Dyf, Henri Cross and many others.
20th Century European: Albert Marquet, Charles Camoin, Louis Valtat, Henri Evenepoel, Maurice Marinot, Jean Puy, Maurice de Vlaminck, Henri Manguin, Othon Friesz, Alice Bailly, and many others.