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American International Fine Art Fair Set to Launch



At AIFAF 2013 collectors and connoisseurs will come together to experience what the event organizers call “an array of spectacular artworks assembled in a glamorous setting.” 


Sir Thomas Lawrence, “Portrait of a Young Man,” Oil on canvas, 30 1/8 x 25 1/8 in. Alexander Gallery, New York.
 
The American International Fine Art Fair is now in its 17th year. The fair hosts international dealers presenting artwork of all periods, from antiquity to contemporary. Unlike more contemporary art fairs, the American International Fine Art Fair aims to present artworks whose quality has withstood the test of time. In the Paintings, Drawings, and Prints section, collectors will enjoy works by the likes of Thomas Lawrence and Camille Pissarro, represented by Alexander Gallery, New York, and Richard Green Gallery, London, respectively.


Camille Pissarro, “Le marché Saint-Honoré,” 1889, Watercolor, 11 1/2 x 9 in. Richard Green Gallery, London.
 
In conjunction with the fair, several art world experts will present informative lectures. Presenters include Maria Prather, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Metropoitan Museum of Art, Dr. Roger Ward, former Chief Curator and Deputy Director of the Norton Museum of Art, Geza von Habsburg, an esteemed author and widely known authority on Fabergé, and Michael Komanecky, Chief Curator at the Farnsworth Museum.
 
The American International Fine Art Fair, “The International Art, Antique, & Design Fair of the Palm Beaches,” will be held February 5-10, 2013, at the Palm Beach Country Convention Center. An exclusive, invitation only preview will be held on Tuesday February 5.
 
For more information view the event website: http://www.aifaf.com/.
 
Fine Art Connoisseur is a proud sponsor of The American International Fine Art Fair.

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