Roosevelt Fine Art LLC Unknown artist - "Woman in blue" (before restoration left; after restoration, right), oil on panel a seemingly hopeless project, restored after many hours of meticulous work. Roosevelt Fine Art was established in 1984 to promote the production and sale of fine art, limited edition prints. In 2002, Maria and Michael Roosevelt added appraisal, art and antique doll restoration and conservation to the list of services provided by Roosevelt Fine Art. Maria has many years of restoration and conservationexperience after apprenticing with her grandmother who was herself the daughter of an accomplished painter and craftsman. Maria is an experienced restorer and conservator of paintings, and antique bisque and china dolls. She has done projects for individuals and institutions, as well as cataloguing for major auction houses and consulting for collectors.
Rachel Ruysch (Dutch 1664-1750)- "Still life with peaches."
Roosevelt Fine Art specializes in high quality but affordable restoration and conservation of paintings and other artwork which may not warrant the attention of costly conservation laboratories. We do not offer services such as X-rays or vacuum table lining of paintings. We do offer prompt restoration and conservation of family heirlooms or recently acquired auction finds. Both Michael and Maria Roosevelt are certified personal property appraisers and members of the Certified Appraisers Guild of America (CAGA) and are certified Graduate Personal Property Appraisers (GPPA and USPAP) experienced in estate and divorce cases. Appraisal of art objects and antique dolls are among the services offered. ROOSEVELT FINE ART LLC P.O. Box 162 West Danville, VT 05873 Tel: (802) 563-2215 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Unknown (American c. 1800) - "Portrait of Mrs. Weeks," (right) oil or canvas. This large portrait of a member of the Weeks family, Oyster Bay, New York, was cleaned, retouched, and revarnished - a routine conservation project.