There’s still time to gain valuable appraisal knowledge and skills through the International Society of Appraisers summer offerings, but time is running out.
COURSE INFORMATION: This course taught by Daphne Rosenzweig, Ph.D., ISA CAPP and is presented exclusively by ISA. It will give students a background of history, artists, periods and styles that appraisers/dealers/collectors must know to analyze and value Japanese prints. Students must do pre-course reading and data collection at home prior to coming to the course, bringing their completed work with them. The course then provides a two-day workshop with formal instruction plus a “hands on” connoisseurship session with prints, followed by a full day of tours with the Asian Art II students.
ASIAN ART II: ASIAN SCREENS AND PAINTINGS – June 26-28, 2013
COURSE INFORMATION: This class will be an examination of various forms of screens and paintings in Asian art, including Tibetan, Chinese, Korean and Japanese examples. This will be a guide to description information, what to ask the client, the effect of condition problems, where to search for artist and value information and other aspects of connoisseurship and appraisal in this difficult field. The first day of class will be a tour day with the students from the Asian Art I course.
*COURSE MATERIALS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE AND BROUGHT TO CLASS.
LOCATION/HOTEL INFORMATION (NAPERVILLE, IL)
Asian Art I and Asian Art II will be held in Naperville, IL at the NIU – Naperville Campus. There is shuttle transportation available between the host hotel and the university.
Shuttles are available from both Chicago O’Hare International Airport and Chicago Midway International Airport. More information regarding airport transportation and daily course transportation will be sent with your confirmation.
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