Female Old Masters: Who Are They?

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Female Old Masters have recently become a bright spot in the Oldf Masters market. In this webinar*, Veronique Dulack, AAA, will discuss the market for Female Old Masters, what collectors look for, and the specific issues to consider when appraising them.

*This is a recording of a previously held live webinar.

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vVeronique Dulack, AAA was born and raised in Belgium where she obtained her Masters degree in Art History and Archaeology at the University of Louvain. She has been working in the field of Art History since 1976, starting as a researcher and later as an independent curator until moving to the United States in 1986. In 1987, she became a Research Associate in the Department of European Paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, studying the collection of Early Netherlandish Paintings which is the largest collection in the field outside of Belgium. For 17 years, she taught Art History and Art Appreciation at the University of Connecticut, Waterbury Campus, and specifically a course on the topic of Female artists, especially Female Old Masters. Her lecture today is an extension of the expertise she acquired simultaneously as a teacher and appraiser.  Her scholarly work also includes the history of collections and the Old Masters trade in Europe during the 19th century. She started her appraising business in 2005, and became a Certified Member of the Appraisers Association of America in 2016.

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