Saturday, May 12, 2007


Skinner Appraiser Stuart Whitehurst will be hosting a live show in Dracut on June 6, from 7- 9 PM. The show, which is sponsored by the Merrimack Valley Rotary, will be held in the Grange Hall on Bridge Street in Dracut.
Whitehurst joined Skinner in 1995 with eleven years of experience in the field of fine and decorative arts. He also was instrumental in establishing Skinner as a leading source for all manner of historical documents, including books, manuscripts, letters, and autographs.
Beyond his knowledge of rare books and manuscripts, Stuart is a renowned senior generalist appraiser with extensive knowledge of Latin American Paintings; prints and manuscripts; and English, Continental and Chinese decorative works of art and furniture from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.. He is also a leading auctioneer at Skinner and has lectured before numerous audiences, including the Appraisers Association of America.
The price of general admission to the show is $10: all the appraisal spots are sold out. For more information and RSVP, call Ken Masson at (978) 446-9366.

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