The firm advises families, private collectors, estate lawyers, trust companies, private wealth management firms, business advisors, accountants, museums, foundations and other non-profit institutions on all aspects of the art market.
We act solely in the best interests of our clients, with complete transparency, and are skilled in resolving complex issues related to the valuation, authentication and sale of artwork.
Having collected over the years many of the glorious catalogues published by the Museum of Modern Art going back to the 1940s—on a dizzying array of topics such as Futurism, Britain at War, 20 Centuries of Mexican Art, Americans 1942, Bauhaus 1919-1928, New Japanese Photography, Built in USA: Post-war Architecture, and any number of artist monographs—I recently came across one published […]
“Geoffrey operated from modest premises perched on a corner of Pimlico Road. No one in London, however, had more original stock. His items were unearthed whilst scouring Britain in a Rover, and his beady eye missed nothing.” —Terence Stamp, reminiscing about the legendary English decorator Geoffrey Bennison
“There’s magic in the air tonight. Fleecy clouds sail high above . . .and your road is a ribbon of glistening moonlight.” Nash magazine advertisement of 1940 entitled “Night Flight”