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American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol
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American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust with Alasdair Nichol

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The first session in the Trov Webinar Series, featuring Alasdair Nichol, a regular appraiser on Antiques Roadshow and one of the foremost experts on the Pennsylvania Impressionist school. During the …

The first session in the Trov Webinar Series, featuring Alasdair Nichol, a regular appraiser on Antiques Roadshow and one of the foremost experts on the Pennsylvania Impressionist school. During the session, he discusses the current state of American impressionism, including:

-The impact of the recession
-How to be a smart buyer
-The best time to sell
-Predictions for the future

In partnership with http://www.pallmallartadvisors.com

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  • EP:Welcome to American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust. My name is Elbert Paul, a representative (or title?) from trov. I will be your moderator for today’s session. I would like to welcome you to the first in a series of webinars hosted by trov and our partners. Trov provides applications that help people collect and benefit from the information about every thing they own and each webinar will focus on a different area of tangible wealth and how to effectively manage it. We are connected to a wide network of experts across a diverse range of fields and will be bringing these people in to educate webinar attendees. For our first webinar we have partnered with Pall Mall Art Advisors, an international appraisal and advisory firm. Their experienced appraisers and specialists provide appraisal and management services for personal, corporate and institutional collections, as well as advising on the acquisition and disposal of individual works. We are excited to join with them to take a deep look at the American Impressionist Market. - Before we begin, a few housekeeping items. First, this webinar is being recorded so you will be able to access the full recording and slides in the next week, from the trov blog at www.trov.com/blog. Second, this is intended to be an interactive session, so feel free to ask questions in the right hand discussion pane and we will have some time at the end to have a little bit of a question and answer period. Finally, if you are interested in learning more about Trov and how it helps people collect and benefit from every thing they own, we will be providing a brief overview it as well as Pall Mall in the last few minutes of the webinar, along with a sneak peek at our next webinar.
  • EP: For our first session, I am delighted to to welcome Alasdair Nichol.Alasdair has a rich set of experiences, including work as an artist, lecturer auctioneer and appraiser in Europe and the US and as a regular appraiser on Antiques Road ShowHe is Vice Chairman of Freeman’s, America’s oldest auction house and is the North American representative for Lyon & Turnbull, Scotland’s leading auction house. Alasdair is an expert in the Pennsylvania impressionist school. His sales set the benchmark for the prices for many of the leading Pennsylvania Impressionist painters and is uniquely qualified to discuss trends in American Art. Without further ado, I’ll pass things over to Alasdair to get things started. [Alasdair START]
  • Thank you Alasdair, that was extremely informative and entertaining. We have a several questions from attendees that came up during your presentation….[Jeff to filter through questions and provide them to Elbert in a shared google doc]
  • [EP] Before we close, I’d like to take a few minutes to discussTrov and how it works. Trōv is a private cloud-hosted digital locker where detailed data about users’ property and possessions is uploaded, regularly valued, securely managed and selectively connected to partners who offer advantages to Trōv members. Qualified appraisers and insurance risk managers use Trōv’s professional application, “TrōvCollect”, to gather detailed information about tangible assets and assess value when they are in clients’ homes. Additionally, new acquisitions can be automatically added to a personal Trōv at retail point-of-sale, via electronic receipts, and – soon – through Trōv’s mobile application. Trov regularly updates the values of possessions, through its partner network (including Pall Mall) so that you always know the value of your tangible assets. Members receive unique benefits from Trōv partners, including the world’s leading insurers, wealth managers, luxury retailers, financial services, auction houses, appraisers, and more.To learn more about Trov or inquire about membership, visit www.trov.com. [***Suggest rewording to suit your style]
  • EP:Welcome to American Impressionist Market, Boom or Bust. My name is Elbert Paul, a representative (or title?) from trov. I will be your moderator for today’s session. I would like to welcome you to the first in a series of webinars hosted by trov and our partners. Trov provides applications that help people collect and benefit from the information about every thing they own and each webinar will focus on a different area of tangible wealth and how to effectively manage it. We are connected to a wide network of experts across a diverse range of fields and will be bringing these people in to educate webinar attendees. For our first webinar we have partnered with Pall Mall Art Advisors, an international appraisal and advisory firm. Their experienced appraisers and specialists provide appraisal and management services for personal, corporate and institutional collections, as well as advising on the acquisition and disposal of individual works. We are excited to join with them to take a deep look at the American Impressionist Market. - Before we begin, a few housekeeping items. First, this webinar is being recorded so you will be able to access the full recording and slides in the next week, from the trov blog at www.trov.com/blog. Second, this is intended to be an interactive session, so feel free to ask questions in the right hand discussion pane and we will have some time at the end to have a little bit of a question and answer period. Finally, if you are interested in learning more about Trov and how it helps people collect and benefit from every thing they own, we will be providing a brief overview in the last few minutes of the webinar.
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    • 1. www.trov.com www.pallmallartadvisors.com
    • 2. Alasdair Nichol • Born in Edinburgh, Scotland • Artist, lecturer, auctioneer and appraiser in Europe and the US. • Regular appraiser on Antiques Roadshow (since 1998) • Vice Chairman of Freeman’s, America’s oldest auction house, and the North American representative for Lyon & Turnbull. • Expert on the Pennsylvania Impressionist school.
    • 3. “GROUP WITH PARASOLS (A Siesta)” John Singer Sargent __________________ December 1, 2004 $23,528,000
    • 4. “FLAGS, AFTERNOO N ON THE AVENUE” Childe Hassam __________________ May 21, 1998 $7,922,500
    • 5. “CHILDREN PLAYING WITH A DOG” Mary Cassatt __________________ May 24, 2007 $6,200,000
    • 6. “BOATS ON A LANDING” Theodore Robinson __________________ May 21, 2003 $2,136,000
    • 7. “SARA HOLDING A CAT” Mary Cassatt __________________ May 16, 2012 $2,546,500
    • 8. “FOXGLOVES” Frederick Carl Frieseke __________________ May 16, 2012 $2,210,500
    • 9. “BLUE AND OPAL – THE PHOTOGRAPHER” James Abbott McNeill Whistler __________________ December 4, 2011 $469,000
    • 10. “BYRAM HILLS, SPRINGTIME” Daniel Garber __________________ December 3, 2003 $1,128,00
    • 11. “NOVEMBER” Daniel Garber __________________ May 22, 2013 $755,000
    • 12. “THE GRAY HOUSE” Robert Spencer __________________ December 5, 2004 $135,750
    • 13. “JANUARY SUNSHINE” Fern Isabel Coppedge __________________ June 21, 2009 $109,000 “SWAN CREEK ROAD” Fern Isabel Coppedge __________________ September 22, 1993 $12,650
    • 14. “SCREEN OF GOLD” Fern Isabel Coppedge __________________ June 4, 2000 $54,625
    • 15. “LUMBERVILLE, OCTOBER” Fern Isabel Coppedge __________________ December 9, 2001 $110,000
    • 16. “THE DELAWARE - REFLECTIONS” Fern Isabel Coppedge __________________ December 5, 2004 $201,750
    • 17. “THE DELAWARE VALLEY” Fern Isabel Coppedge __________________ December 3, 2006 $308,025
    • 18. “VIEW ACROSS A HARBOR” Fern Isabel Coppedge __________________ December 5, 2004 $38,188 June 9, 2013 $46,080
    • 19. “RUSHLAND” Roy Cleveland Nuse __________________ June 23, 2002 $30,550
    • 20. “THREE BOYS AT THE SHEEPHOLE” Roy Cleveland Nuse __________________ June 27, 2004 $311,750
    • 21. “THE CHILDREN OF JAMES W. HUNSBERGER” Roy Cleveland Nuse __________________ June 21, 2009 $115,000
    • 22. “THE QUARRY AT RUSHLAND ” Roy Cleveland Nuse __________________ June 3, 2012 $12,500
    • 23. “THE VILLAGE ROAD” George William Sotter __________________ December 5, 2004 $223,750 “A WINTER’S EVENING” George William Sotter __________________ December 4, 2005 $229,625
    • 24. “COVERED BRIDGE, WINTER ” George William Sotter __________________ June 9, 2013 $122,500 “HOMESTEAD AT NIGHT” George William Sotter __________________ May 22, 2013 $128,500
    • 25. “LANDSCAPE” Asher Brown Durand __________________ December 2, 2012 $386,500
    • 26. “HE’S GOING TO BE TALLER THAN DAD” Norman Rockwell __________________ May 22, 2013 $2,629,000
    • 27. “CUTTIING OUT PONY HERDS (A STAMPEDE)” Frederic Remington __________________ July 27, 2013 $5,625,000
    • 28. “ILLUSION OF A PRAIRIE, NEW JERSEY (RED FARM AT POCHUK)” Oscar Florianus Bluemner __________________ November 30, 2011 $5,346,500
    • 29. “WINTER HARMONY” Edward Willis Redfield __________________ December 8, 2013 $150,000-250,000
    • 30. Questions
    • 31. International Appraisal and Advisory Firm located in Philadelphia, San Francisco, Glasgow, Edinburgh, London

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