Prints 2.0

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Course Registration $40.00 Member
$50.00 General Admission

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In this live webinar, Roslyn Bakst Goldman, AAA will Prints
address questions and problems relating to appraising
original prints. The webinar is intended for appraisers
with a basic knowledge of prints, and will address the following:

  • Condition issues
  • Current market
  • Methods of printmaking
  • Posthumous prints

This is a recording of a previously held webinar.

1 CE Credit

Register online (at the top of this page) or by calling 212.889.5404 x 11. 

Email confirmations will be sent upon receipt of payment; registration accepted only with payment. 

No refunds. 

rgRoslyn Bakst Goldman, AAA has appraised fine art for forty years with a specialty in original prints from all centuries. She is a member of Appraiser’s Association of America (AAA) since 1986, and President 2007 to 2009 receiving the Belmont Award in 2017 for continued service. She has taught the appraisal of fine prints at NYU and the CASP program at AAA, instructing new appraisers in print research techniques and the recognition of print media.

Goldman is a member of ArtTable, a national organization of professional women in the arts. She is a graduate of Cornell University and the University of Rochester. She was Chair of the Monroe County Public Art Committee, selecting art for the Greater Rochester International Airport, Past President of the Arts & Cultural Council, and a former board member of the Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester.

Goldman and her husband have collected prints for more than 50 years, specializing in German Expressionism and contemporary artists. The German Expressionist collection now resides at Grinnell College in Iowa, available for viewing online. At present, the Goldmans collect contemporary prints with an emphasis on new media by artists that are primarily printmakers. Goldman lectures on prints, has curated exhibitions, judges art competitions, and advocates for public art.

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