AFM MFM FINE ART APPRAISING ▪ ADVISING ▪ SALES ▪ COLLECTIONS MANAGEMENT Concurrently, she was a faculty member in the art department of Oberlin College. Ms. Moore received B.A.

Anne Frances Moore, AAA (AFM) is certified by the industry’s leading professional group, the Appraisers Association of America, as a specialist in American art. Her company, AFM•MFM, is well qualified to appraise all areas of fine and decorative art, as well as household contents. For the past 10 years Anne Moore has submitted USPAP compliant appraisals for hundreds of clients ranging from private

collectors to institutions, and from one important work of art to large estates. Prior to her career as an appraiser of fine and decorative art, she held curatorial, educational and administrative positions at major American museums, including The Kimbell Art Museum, The Dallas Art Museum, The Peabody Essex Museum and The Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, serving as the Director of the latter institution from 1991-1996. Oberlin’s permanent collection, considered one of the finest teaching collections in the country, contains over 14,000 works of art from all major geographic locations, time periods, and media. The AMAM produces 10-12 exhibitions and reinstallations per year, a bi-annual scholarly Bulletin, a quarterly Newsletter, and 1-2 additional publications per year, as well as acquiring several hundred thousand dollars of art each year. She was a popular lecturer on a variety of topics throughout her museum career. and M.A degrees in art history from Columbia University and Hunter College and a Certificate in Appraisal Studies from New York University. While her graduate work was in Italian Renaissance painting, she has a broad knowledge of the fine and decorative art of all periods and cultures. In recent years her interests have focused on American painting and decorative art. She has served as vice president of the Board of the Intermuseum Conservation Association and is currently on the Board of the Appraisers Association of America. She is a member of the International Foundation for Art Research, a past member of the Association of Art Museum Directors, and a member of the Century Association. Anne Moore’s museum background establishes her expertise in recognizing and identifying works of art and highly developed connoisseurship while her experience in conservation insures accurate assessment of condition issues and associated costs. Her rigorous training in appraisal practice insures adherence to the highest standards in the profession and legally sound documents. Marya Mezzatesta (MFM) is a specialist in Latin American Art, having served as assistant director at CDS Gallery in New York alongside Clara Diament Sujo. She has worked in the Department of Contemporary Indian Art at Christie’s, the Palm Beach International Fine Art and Antique Fair and at Mimi Ferzt Gallery in Soho, which specializes in Contemporary Russian Art. Mezzatesta received her MA in Art History from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland.


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