Join our team of Specialists on Thursday, July 13 in East Hampton for an Appraisal Day to benefit the East Hampton Historical Society and a walkabout of their current exhibition of Long Island landscapes.
Caught on Canvas: A Conversation
EHHS Senior Curator Richard Baron and Doyle’s Director of American Art Anne DePietro will present a conversation and gallery walkabout highlighting the American artists and paintings in the EHHS’s new summer exhibition, Caught on Canvas: Eastern Long Island Landscapes from the Wallace Collection, 1850-1935. The conversation and walkabout are free. Enjoy coffee and donuts following this lively dialogue.
Following the conversation and walkabout, Doyle’s team of Specialists will provide verbal auction estimates for Paintings and Prints, Jewelry, Watches and Silver. Discover the value of your treasures in today's auction market. Photographs of large objects are acceptable. $20 donation to the EHHS for up to five objects. The appraisals will be conducted by appointment.
All Donations benefit the collections fund of the East Hampton Historical Society.
Thursday, July 13, 2017
Conversation & Walkabout at 9:30am
Appraisal Day by appointment
151 Main Street
East Hampton, NY
INFORMATION & APPOINTMENTS
212-427-4141, ext 211
EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY
The East Hampton Historical Society serves the residents of and visitors to East Hampton by collecting, preserving, presenting, and interpreting the material, cultural, and economic heritage of the Town of East Hampton and its surroundings. Visit the EHHS web site.