June and July are normally busy months for the art market, the last gasp before the summer break. Things of course are a little different this year, but there are still great events to attend from the comfort of your sofa.
What does an art advisor actually do? The answer is perhaps best given in the form of case studies. Here, we discuss how a rare 17th-century triple portrait has become a valuable addition to a client's collection.
In their efforts to offer dealers an alternative to the cancelled Frieze New York, the fair has launched an Online Viewing Room, where works can be browsed digitally. Follow the link below for Corfield Morris' selected highlights.
This remarkable pair of George III library globes have not seen the light of day since they were bought some twenty-seven years ago. Find out more about these remarkable objects by following the link below:
Corfield Morris' favourite charity, WeSeeHope, creates sustainable change for vulnerable children in Southern and Eastern Africa. Follow the link below to find out how you can help the organisation persist during the coronavirus crisis:
Art Basel Hong Kong has launched a series of online viewing rooms, allowing galleries to present their would-be booths to collectors digitally amid the spread of COVID-19. Follow the link below for Corfield Morris' selected highlights.