Fine Art Service
We have the ability to locate art on a local, national and international scale and deliver to our clientele at considerable savings to them. The variety of art can range from originals and graphics by Old Masters (i.e. Rembrandt, Renoir) to Modern Masters (i.e. DALI, Picasso, Chagall, Miro) to Contemporaries (i.e. Leroy Neiman, Alexandra Nechita, Peter Max, Erte, Wilkinson, McKnight, Yamagata, Andy Warhol, Frederick Hart, David Hockney, etc.). Our clientele include galleries nationwide that are searching for difficult to find pieces. We deal with the source as well as rely on our extensive Archival Collection, which we have been amassing for over forty years.
Art Appraisals & Restoration
Solomon Rabinowitsch is our art restoration expert has been working in the fine art field for over 30 years. His background includes an Honors BFA from the School of Visual Arts, Appraisal Studies Certificate from NYU, and has worked with numerous Art Publishers, Various Cruiselines, Galleries, and Artists over his career. He is extrordinarily well versed in all mediums of art, including antiques.
2006- Present Owner, SR Fine Art Restoration, LLC, Servicing Art & Antique Galleries, Cruise ship lines, & Private collectors
1994-Present Artist/Conservator and Fine Art Appraiser, Painting and Sculpting; conservation of fine art and antique; fine and decorative art appraisals
1987-1994 Quality Control Manager, Chalk & Vermilion Fine Art LTD. Supervisor of development and production of limited edition sculpture and graphics, evaluations and inspections at foundries and studios, Art Expo’s.
1983-1987 Conservator, Fine Art Acquisitions, LTD: Dyansen Galleries Duties included conservation, quality control, evaluations and inspections at art production locations, framing and exhibitions.
The Herald, “Fix it buried in a closet or nook: A treasure that needs tender loving care. Our guide will bring it back to life”., by Jo Werne. Section H Page 1, February 15, 1998, FL
Sun Storm, “Artist as Conservator, Solomon Rabinowitsch” by Kathy Milford, page 11, June 1985, NY