Rare Art Appraisals comes up with years of seasoned expertise in fine art appraisal and has been offering quality options to art lovers. The appraisal consultancy is founded and owned by eminent International fine art appraiser Lisa Barnes who has been in the field for long 24 years.
“Ms. Lisa Barnes has developed, planned, curate and appraised varied art pieces for numerous private and corporate collectors. She comes with deep knowledge & training in every aspect of the art appraisals, art history, conservation & framing installation”, says the spokesperson of Rare Art Appraisals, adding that their founder has been one of the seasoned fine art appraisers and personal property appraisers for more than 2 decades.
The expert art appraiser has reportedly gathered a comprehensive education which includes attending Oxford and Cambridge University as well as The Jeu de Paume, Louvre & British Institute. She is also a certified member of different prestigious expert art appraisers’ organizations like American appraisers association (AAA), IFAR, IFAA and many more.
Commenting about their range of expert services, the spokesperson of the international art appraisal agency adds, “We are the specialists in personal property fine art photography, antiques, collectibles, fine wines, glass works and pottery. You will also get help regarding expert witness, insurance, estate trusts and specialized appraisal consultancy in 17-20th C paintings”. Ms. Barnes is reportedly one of the seasoned memorabilia experts and has even promised of specialized appraisal aide regarding 20th-21st C Russian art.
Barnes’ art appraisal consultancy is also offering expert fine art evaluation services for a huge range of clients. Their customer base includes museums, private collectors, attorneys, galleries, banks and trust officers, adjusters, insurance companies, non-profit associations, certified accountants and universities. The Arizona based company is found to have a really impressive list of clientele. Their list of previous clientele has the eminent names like America’s Marshal’s Office, US Attorney’s Office in Phoenix, Internal Revenue Service in Ogden, Boca Raton Florida Art Museum, Trust Department of Bank of America, Pepperdine University in Malibu and many more.
To know more about Lisa Barnes and her art appraisal consultancy, call up at 480 212 6248 or else click on to www.rareart.net.