Private Tour: Tribal Art from the Collection of Allan Stone
Registration Information
October 13, 2018 | 11:00am - 2:30pm
333 North Main Street
Lambertville, NJ

Join the Appraisers Association of America at Rago for an introduction to the eminent art dealer and collector Allan Stone and his collection of tribal arts, on exhibition prior to auction on October 19.  The auction encompasses 300+ lots from Stone’s renowned collection, mostly African in origin, but also Oceanic, Asian, North and South American (as well as property from various other owners).  

The day begins with a screening of The Collector, a 60-minute documentary about Allan Stone created by his daughter Olympia. A tour of the exhibition begins after a quick lunch. 

John Buxton, the sale's specialist-in-charge, will  speak about the market for tribal art, past/present/future, about select pieces in the sale, and offer advice for appraisers who are not specialists in the field.

3 CE credits

FEE: $50 Members
         $60 General Admission

Register online (at the top of this page); OR
by calling 212.889.5404 x 11 


Email confirmation will be sent upon receipt of payment. Registration is accepted only with payment. All cancellations must be made a week prior to the program to receive a refund.

John Buxton is a Certified Appraiser of Personal Property with the International Society of Appraisers - one of four appraisers nationally to qualify with a specialty in African, Pre-Colombian,  Oceanic and American Indian art. Through Shango Galleries, he deals in tribal art, appraises, authenticates, and evaluates for private and institutional clients. Other services offered by his company include expert witness testimony, appraisal review, purchase consultation, and collection management (using the proprietary software AuctionTrak and ArtTrak).  He has been an appraiser of tribal art with Antiques Roadshow since its first season in 1997.   




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