Complimentary verbal appraisals and Q&A with James M. Goodman
When: Sunday July 8th, 4:00 – 5:30pm
RSVP Required to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Complimentary verbal appraisals are limited to one per person and available to the first batch of people to RVSP. Let us know if you are intending to bring work to be looked at and if so, provide a brief description. You will be given a code for the free appraisal. If you would like an official documented appraisal for legal, insurance, or other purposes, please speak to Mr. Goodman after the program for service rates.
As part of its PRINT x PRINT exhibit, Bleicher Gallery announces an informal lecture and open discussions on the art of collecting and a ‘Antiques Roadshow’ style presentation of complementary appraisals of fine art paintings, prints or sculptures by James M. Goodman. Bring in work from your collection and get a verbal analysis and valuation of your piece.
“All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up. ”
James M. Goodman has garnered his expertise of and passion for the art world with over thirty years of wide-ranging experience and specializing in 19th and 20th century Fine Art and Prints. As president of two auction galleries, he has handled such notable estates as those of Judy Garland, Mary Pickford, E.F. Hutton, and Jascha Heifetz.
A founding member of the International Society of Appraisers, Southern California Chapter, Goodman served as both president and vice-president, and was the recipient of ISA’s Distinguished Service Award. He co-founded International Network of Appraisers, is regularly called upon as an expert witness and to appraise major collections and estates.
As an art consultant, he has counseled and acquired art for major international collections. As a fine art appraiser and expert witness, Goodman is often called upon by such organizations as the FBI, IRS and The Department of Justice from which he holds letters of recommendation. In 2000, Goodman acted as lead appraiser on behalf of The Department of Justice in the Richard Nixon Presidential papers case, that was successfully argued in Judge Penn’s court in the District of Columbia. James was also the past Senior Art Columnist for The Design Magazine for which he wrote a monthly art column.
For more information about Mr. Goodman visit his website at www.jamesmgoodman.com.