On the second day of Antiques in Charlottesville strong sales of furniture were noted. This seemed to be a a very welcome and unexpected event. Some visitors came from yesterday’s NBC Channel 29 news. Here is a slide show of our photo coverage from the exhibition.
With the generous help from the dealers in Antiques in Charlottesville, UAA team presents here a short video of finding affordable for young collectors. As George Stout said in the interview: “Oil paintings are not for everyone,” the graphic print from the 50’s, silhouette cut which preceded the invention of photography, chromolithograph prints and even dish-washer safe Chinese export porcelains, are not much more expensive than a date with a dinner and two movie tickets, and most of all they would ignite interests in collecting because of their practicality and decorative beauty. Dealers were patient and passionate to cater the need of young collectors with a budget.
The show will open on Sunday from 11Am till 4PM.