Fine Art Appraisals Jacksonville
Helmut is a conservator in private practice. (see Curriculum Vitae)
He has been restoring works of art since 1981. He has restored works by Singer Sargent, Winslow Homer, Child Hassam, George Innes, Willard Leroy Metcalf, Robert Motherwell, Will Barnet, Henry Moore, Norman Rockwell, Thomas Hart Benton, John Dobbs, Lilian Cheviot, as well as many other European and lesser-known works of art.
He has had the privilege to restore works of art for institutions such as Manhattan College (past presidents, twenty paintings), works of art for Fordham University, The Salmagundi Club, The Century Association, and the Scarsdale’s Library collection of thirty Anna Richard Brewster paintings.
Barbara is the Gallery Director, head of the Framing Department and an Appraiser of Fine Art. She has coordinated exhibitions since 1986. She has spent five years researching the art of Robertson K. Mygatt 1861–1919 (see New York Times article “Celebrating a Little Known Artist”, June 30 1991.) This artist is once again well established. His work can be seen in museums, major art galleries and in many private collections.
Barbara is responsible for all fine art appraisals, oil Painting, paper art restoration, archival framing; and has supervised projects for many private and institutional collections such as the
Guggenheim Foundation, the Vatican, The Century Association, Salmagundi Club, Fordham University, Manhattan College and many more.