We also value and investigate rare and antique books, such as bibles and first editions, maps, photographs, autographs, drawings in pencil, silver point, pen and ink and charcoal.
As well as authentication of ceramics, pottery, figurines and furniture and collectibles, particularly Picasso ceramic authentication issues.
In Canada we also have Canadian Art and Antiques authentication experts serving the Provinces of: Ontario, Quebec, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Labrador, Nunuvit and the Yukon.
We take on a huge amount of art authentication work from New York, California and Florida where authentication and the identification of forgery and fraud in art in particular, is a main concern of clients requiring in the main, Pablo Picasso authentication.
Its luxuriant pastures especially have originated and supported a great industry in the shape of dairy farms which produce the celebrated Glo'ster cheese.
In the west of the county are 2 great coal fields - the Forest of Dean on the north, and the Bristol coal-field on the west.
It was during his time in the village that Furniss began his collection of local views in oils and watercolours, as well as a handful of prints.
I stumbled across this on twitter and immediately knew where this location was - The 120 year old painting, titled 'Watering at the Village Ford', painted s&d 1898.
Freemanart in Australia: We advise clients in New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Capital Territory.
We also appraise and research with a view to authenticating and proving the authenticity of African, tribal and Aboriginal art and antiques, including: Indian, Persian, Turkish, Indonesian and South American works.
And be it the artwork of Pablo Picasso of an old master.
"GLOUCESTERSHIRE, a west Midland county [Map (right) shows location], situated upon the estuary of the Severn, and bounded north and north-east by Herefordshire, Worcestershire, and Warwickshire; by Oxfordshire; south by Berks, Wilts, and Somerset; and west by Monmouthshire, Herefordshire, and the estuary of the Severn; greatest length, south-west to north-east 54 miles; greatest breadth, north-west to south-east, 33 miles; area, 783,699 acres; population 572,433.