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Howard L. Rehs
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After graduating from New York University in 1981, with a degree in Art History, I moved to London for a year to study and buy 19th century British Victorian art for our gallery. Since then my interests have included all schools of art from the 19th and 20th centuries. Today, I am considered one of the leading art dealers in 19th century French Academic and Realist painting and the world's expert on Julien Dupre (1851-1910), Daniel Ridgway Knight (1839-1924), Emile Munier (1840-1895), and Antoine Blanchard (1910-1988). I was the President of the Fine Art Dealers Association from 1997 - 2009 and was appointed to the Internal Revenue Service's Art Advisory Panel in 2008. To see more about my gallery, please visit Rehs.com.
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03.20.2012

A Vetting (Or Vexing) Problem at the American International Fine Art Fair
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This past month we participated in the American International Fine Art Fair; one of the best in the U.S. Setup was a rather long, tedious and an almost deadly endeavor — I added deadly because at one point the workers were installing a ceiling in our...
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09.07.2011

Trusting the Dealers at Art Shows | Advice From an Insider
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I was asked to comment on this topic almost two years ago and have been thinking about it ever since. Bob, the individual who posed the topic, is a very good friend and client of ours. After seeing us at a show he sent an email asking the followi...
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06.01.2011

Art Market Support: Determining an Artist's Value
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Have no fear; I am not going to talk about stocks. What I am referring to is overall market support for specific artists. People often ask us for an opinion on an artist's work and if they are a good investment. The conversation usually turns to the ...
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02.28.2011

Auction Results: When a Loss is Really a Profit
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I have covered this topic before, but people are always bringing it up so I thought I would go through it once again; especially since it is a very important factor when trying to understand the market for a specific artist-or even the art market in ...
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02.02.2011

Etiquette in the Art World: Even More Comments Better Left Unsaid
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This past month we were at the Los Angeles Art Show and after five days and tens of thousands of people, I did hear a few new, or variations on, "Comments I Would Rather Not Hear and Things You Should Not Do." This list is getting long! 1. What, n...
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Rob, Glad to hear you. With a little prep, the hunt is a lot more enjoyable. Trusting the Dealers at Art Shows | Advice From an Insider Arts & Culture 09.09.2011
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