consists of my personal art collection!
"Collecting Art" has always been very gratifying for me. From
searching for specific artists, or works, to buying the art; and
specially enjoying the art itself. Unfortunately, over the years
the challenge has changed from acquiring art to finding a place to
exhibit all that I have accumulated! My collection is not focused
on any particular period, type, or medium. This collection is
about the artists I like; some great, and some not so great!
For each artist I have made a master page with his/her works,
biography, sales price, and comparable market prices available for
On these pages you will find listed the artwork in my collection.
Many of the items are for sale with their prices listed; should
any interest you, please
email, or call me at (514) 944_7027.
You will also find our
Artists' Prices Pages. Here we list what prices our
artists' works have realized over time; either at auctions or
galleries. This should help the viewer/collector feel comfortable
with the value of the art they are interested in purchasing. New
entries are posted almost daily.
Please also visit our
Auction Page, where you will find listed most of the
important auctions in which our artists' works are listed. These
pages are also continuously updated as new auctions come about.
What is being sold, and he prices realized.
Another of our pages that may interest you is our
Upcoming Exhibitions. Similar to our Auctions Page, here
we list exhibitions you can visit that are showcasing our artists,
privacy very seriously.
We never sell, give, lend, show, or otherwise share information
about our clients or visitors to our website.
We do not gather any kind of information from you as you use our
We only use information given us freely by our customers, such as
their email address if they request information by email, and
ordering information when a purchase is made from our site. We
also use that information to deliver our products to customers.
We do not share information about individual customers with any
third party. We never share mailing lists with any other parties.
If you wish us to remove your personal information from our
database, simply email us at
Acceptable payment is through Pay Pal, major credit cards,
Money order, Cashier check, Personal check or Wire Transfer. We
also have a very simple
Most of our orders are
shipped within 24-48 hours.
We are responsible for our art, declaration of condition, and
asking prices. Art purchased from us is covered by a full refund
of the purchase price if the art is proven not to be authentic by
a noted authority, estate, or foundation of said artist, for a
period of 30 days from the date of delivery. Frames are not
included in our price.
Collectors Guides - For sale by Joanna Booth
This information has been compiled through the generous help
of CINOA's trade associations. The text has been slightly
modified to make it less country specific.
Although some of the topics have been classified in either the
Art Collectors' Guide or the Antique Collectors' Guide, please
do not hesitate to read both guides carefully because much of
the information can be applied to either trading in Antiques
or Art. This sometimes artificial division is based on the
fact that the information has been provided by a trade
association that either caters to the Art Market or the
For specifc details regarding the information in these guides,
please contact a trade association in the country in which you
require more information.
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Period Art & Design including Jewellery
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Da Vinci -
The Lost Treasure
Added to our Price Index Guide:
THE YELLOW SHAWL,
INTERIOR - DINING ROOM
of FRUIT: ORANGES & PERSIMMONDS,
Hommage à Marc Chagall XXe Siècle,
Oriental Fan Dancer,
Salvador Dali -
Dali with black cat at his home in Cadaques, 1955,
Dali with his Afghan Hound,
Dali with swans,
Introvert young Salvador Dali,
Dante's Divine Comedy Series (Purgatory), "Arachne",
Dante's Divine Comedy Series (Paradise) "Piccardi Donati",
Dante's Divine Comedy Series ,(Purgatory) "The Slothful",
Dante's Divine Comedy Series , "The Black Cherub",
Dante's Divine Comedy Series (Paradise) , "Church and Empire",
Portrait Of Picasso,
Dante's Divine Comedy Series (Hell) , "Cerebrus",
Dante's Divine Comedy Series (Inferno) , "The Delightful Mount",
Dante's Divine Comedy Series (Paradise) , "Dante",
Winged Swan for Bacchanale Ballet 1939,
Dante's Divine Comedy Series (Paradise) , "The Angel of the First
Faun, Man-Head Horns,
Dante's Divine Comedy Series (Inferno), "The Avaricious and the
Dante's Divine Comedy Series (Inferno), "The Furies",
Dante's Divine Comedy Series (Paradise) , "Dante In Doubt",
Erté (Romain de Tirtoff)-
Belle Du Bal Bronze Sculpture",
L'amour De Vin,
Bath of the Marquise, 1980,
Charleston Couple, 1980,
Bath of the Marquise, 1980,
Louis Icart -
Invitation (H., C. & I. 206), 1924,
Seller (H., C. & I. 378), 1929,
Love's Awakening (H., C. & I. 429), 1933,
White (H., C. & I. 426), 1932,
Laughing Buddha (H., C. & I. 215), 1924,
Manon (H., C.
& I. 328), 1927,
Ben Kamihira -
SCOTCH GUARD 1967,
BLUE DENIM 1975,
GIRL AND FISH TANK,
Reclining Nude, 1980,
STREET SCENE WITH FIGURES,
The Card Players,
Two figures seated under a tree,
GREEN CHAIRS 1975,
Boats in the Harbor,
Gransow, Helmut -
Village in Winter,
Toulouse Lautrec - Yvette
Guilbert-Saluant le Public,
Madame Réjane (D.; W. 266; Adr. 57), 1898/later,
Henri Matisse -
Pablo Picasso -
Woman Drawing Before A Mirror,
Portrait of Jacqueline Roque with Flowers,
Portrait of Marie Therese Walter,
GENERAL'S TIPS FOR PURCHASING ART ON INTERNET AUCTION SITES
1. Determine the identity of your seller, and try to contact
others who have purchased art work from them.
2. View the "feedback" page, if it exists, and read the
comments of others who have bought art from the same seller.
3. Ask the seller questions you may have about the art work.
Be wary of evasive responses.
4. Make inquiries into a work's history of ownership. If in
doubt, contact the work's previous owners to evaluate its
5. Obtain a computer image of the artist's signature on the
art work and compare that signature to the artist's.
6. Obtain from the art merchant computer images of the back of
the canvas; they can be used to reveal indications of fakery.
7. Be wary of paintings that are sold at prices far below what
the artist's work normally would command.
8. If you have any concerns about authenticity, seek an expert
opinion quickly after purchasing the art.