Piccolo Art sells in the city of Brotherly Love Piccolo Art the leading dealerinternational dealer in portraits and portrai miniatures was pleased to have completed a succesful Philadelphia 23rd street Armory Show with some good paintings sold.
News-Antique.com - Apr 28,2009 - The Philadelphia 23rd street Armory Show was a succes for Piccolo Art with a number of very good paintings finding new homes.
Piccolo Art was very pleased that the Forbes-Gordon portraits from 1830 went to an appreciative client. The portraits were found in Paris last spring and came to America and had only had a light clean.
The Loring of a woman sewing one of my personal favorites went on the first day. Nesta Jarman portrait of Othella from 1935 had a great deal of interest and also went early.
Piccolo Art is always interested in acquiring new stock both of portrait miniatures and portraits of quality. The subjects must have some good looks or be quite interesting.
ABOUT FRANK GAGLIO AND BARN STAR PRODUCTIONS
Show promoter, Frank Gaglio, is a longtime dealer in American antiques with special expertise in furniture and folk art. In 1994, he created Barn Star Productions with the goal of providing premier antiques shows. These events transform host facilities into exciting arenas for antiques professionals to display and sell in a hands-on, approachable atmosphere. The many customer amenities offered to patrons create convenience and comfort, turning antiques shows into antiquing destinations. Within a ten year period, the name Barn Star Productions has become synonymous with a high quality, sophisticated presentation mixed with ease and accessibility.
Frank is an active member of the Professional Show Managers Association, Inc., (PSMA) and co-founder of the Antiques Dealers Association of America (ADA.).