You are a successful and extremely busy Baby Boomer art collector with important paintings and other categories of valuable tangible property. Possibly you are facing a life change event and the disposition of your treasures is very much on your mind.
You are an heir to an estate or an estate executor. You may need correct market values for tax purposes, or you may need help liquidating the art and valuables in order to equitably distribute the proceeds.
Oil on canvas Max Schmitt in a Single Scull Met Museum, New York
"Tulip" lamp Met Museum, New York.
Tin-glazed earthenware jar Met Museum, New York.
(1858–1942) Library Table Oak, leather Met Museum, New York
Still Life: Flowers and Fruit Oil on canvas Met Museum, New York
(1866–1944) Improvisation 27 (Garden of Love II) Oil on canvas Met Museum, New York
Coypel (1694–1752) Allegorical Figure of Painting Black, white, and touches of red chalk on blue paper, lightly squared in black chalk Met Museum, New York
Homage to the Square: On Near Sky Oil on Masonite Met Museum, New York
(1887–1986) Grey Line with Lavender and Yellow Oil on canvas Met Museum, New York
Untitled Oil on canvas Met Museum, New York
Harlequin with a Guitar Oil on panel Met Museum, New York.
Reclining Morris Chair Bird's-eye maple Met Museum, New York.
Lady of the Lake Oil on canvas Met Museum, New York
(1882–1963) Bottle, Glass, and Pipe (Violette de Parme) Cut-and-pasted newspaper, painted paper and wallpaper, charcoal, graphite, and gouache on paperboard Met Museum, New York
Van Rijn (1606–1669) The Artist's Mother: Head and Bust, Three-Quarters Right Etching; New Holl. second state of four Met Museum, New York.