The Wildenstein Plattner Institute - Live Webinar
 
Registration Information
May 25, 2022 | 1:00 - 1:45 PM EST
Live Webinar

Join 
Elizabeth Gorayeb, Executive Director of
the Wildenstein Plattner Institute
 for an overview
of 
The Wildenstein Plattner Institute and the resources
WPI has to offer the public and appraisers in particular. 

Learn about the WPI’s mission, history and the fundamental
components of the WPI’s own research and publication
initiatives, including digital cataloguing and archive platform.

Mission: The Wildenstein Plattner Institute, Inc. is
non-profit, private foundation dedicated to the compilation
of digital catalogue raisonnes and archives that support
research in the field of art history.
 


Fees: Free - Members Only

Register online (at the top of this page).

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


Please note that closed captioning is available during this program.

Terms of Registration
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Elizabeth Gorayeb is Executive Director of the Wildenstein Plattner Institute, Inc., a non-profit art historical research foundation based in New York. For nearly two decades, Elizabeth has specialized in art historical research on the provenance and attribution of works of art. As the senior vice president and senior specialist in the Impressionist and Modern Art department at Sotheby’s and as director of research, Elizabeth led provenance research and restitution projects in London, Paris, and New York. Her research has facilitated the reattribution of major works of art, including an important sculpture by Gauguin, and led to the rediscovery of a painting by Venezuelan artist Arturo Michelena lost for 70 years. Elizabeth has lectured internationally about attribution and provenance research, including presentations at the Columbia Law School, New York; The American Bar Association, Miami; Museum of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires; The Appraisers Association of America, New York; The Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal; The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh; and National Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. Elizabeth is a graduate of Wellesley College and New York University's Institute of Fine Arts.

 
 
 
 
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