What is a COA and why are they important?

A Certificate of Authenticity is a bit like an artwork’s birth certificate, passport and quality guarantee all rolled into one.

Keith Haring – Untitled, 1988

Keith Haring’s Untitled is vibrant deconstruction of the artist’s iconic painterly process. Visible sketches and patches of color serve as groundwork for Haring’s distinct, bold lines with each color representing … Continue reading Keith Haring – Untitled, 1988

Love Is In The Air

In 2002, Banksy started an annual initiative called Santa’s Ghetto. Santa’s Ghetto typically operates during the month of December out of a small store on Oxford Street in London, where … Continue reading Love Is In The Air

For The First Time Ever, Norman Rockwell’s “The Rookie” (Red Sox Locker Room) To Be Included In Christie’s May Sale of American Art

Christie’s announced that Norman Rockwell’s iconic painting The Rookie (Red Sox Locker Room) will be included in the May 22nd sale of American Art. The work, which has never been … Continue reading For The First Time Ever, Norman Rockwell’s “The Rookie” (Red Sox Locker Room) To Be Included In Christie’s May Sale of American Art