GROGAN & COMPANY CELEBRATES TWENTY-FIVE YEARS Twenty-five years ago this past March, Michael Grogan conducted the Inaugural Auction of his new company, Grogan & Company Fine Art Auctioneers and Appraisers. To commemorate this milestone, Grogan an
and iconic Paul Revere Broadside, The Bloody Massacre, in the attic of a local estate which made a record price at the time of $195,500. A 2006 auction included William Morris Hunt’s Gloucester Harbor, which sold for $391,000, a price which still stands as an auction record for the artist. In the Modern field, a classic Joseph Albers, Homage to the Square, ‘Late Sound’, was sold in Grogan’s May 2012 auction for $236,000.
In the next 25 years, Michael Grogan and his wife, Nancy, contend their Auction company will move ahead with the times, as their daughter, Lucy Grogan, former coordinator of the Jackson Hole Art Auction, comes on board to work with the company's Fine Art and Jewelry departments. Their other daughter, Emily Grogan, currently works for Sotheby's London in the Digital Media Dept. and with luck one day will also join the "family business".
The auction will be begin at 10:00 a.m. Sunday, June 16th, with a three-day exhibition opening on Thursday, June 13th. For a fully illustrated catalogue and more information about Grogan and Company's upcoming auction and appraisal services, visit www.groganco.com or call 781.461.9500.