Pre-Columbian Art - On Demand
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November 12, 2017 | -
1hr On-Demand

2017 Of Value: National Conference

Pre-Columbian Art: An Appraisal Primer

Howard M. Nowes, AAA
Director, Art for Eternity

This session analyzes how to  identify, grade and appraise Pre-Columbian art,  largely
decorative, from Mexico to South America created by indigenous peoples before
contact from European conquistadors.

Speaker powerpoints are available only where permission has been given. 

1.5 CE credits

Sponsored by:

Mary Rabbitt




$40   Members
$50   General Admission









Howard M. Nowes, AAA, is a world-renowned gallery director, scholar, lecturer and consultant on classical antiquities and ancient ethnographic art with 25 years of experience. Nowes is the Director of Art for Eternity, a gallery and boutique appraisal services firm, located in the heart of Manhattan’s Upper East Side museum mile. He is a certified appraiser and has been a member of the Appraiser’s Association of America since the inception of his career. He has worked directly as a leading consultant and appraiser for classical antiques and ethnographic arts initiatives with the world's leading arts institutions including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Sotheby’s and Christie’s. 












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