The Truth Behind Art Nomenclature

Because of the large auction houses (e.g. Sotheby's, etc.), the art world has largely accepted certain relatively new words to how artwork (and its authenticity) is described to potential bidders / buyers.  The use of the term "attributed to," "Circle of," "Follower of," "Manner of," and so forth are now used systematically by auction houses. 

Paper Money Grading Introduction: Grading is the most controversial component of paper money collecting. Small differences in grade can mean significant differences in value. To facilitate communication between sellers and

Tinsley joins Worthington Galleries

Worthington Galleries is pleased to announce the addition of Luke Tinsley to it’s team of professionals. Tinsley, a certified fine art and antiques appraiser, will lend his expertise to gallery

Worthington Galleries: A Destination for Art & History Lovers

Step inside Michael Keever’s art gallery and get ready to be impressed. Michael has a treasure trove of art that would make a pirate envious. Worthington Galleries in Gallatin is packed floor to ceiling with ancient coins and prehistoric pottery to contemporary works of art and everything else in between. Looking for an authentic 16th century Italian suit of armor? How about an original painting by Pablo Picasso? Cam Newton’s signed Carolina Panthers jersey? You’ve come to the right place.

Rubens masterpiece sets Christie’s record

An exceptional early work by Peter Paul Rubens, Lot and His Daughters, led Christie’s Old Master and British Paintings Evening Sale on 7 July, realising £44,882,500 /$58,167,720 after an intense battle between four bidders which lasted for an electrifying 14 minutes.

2016 Art & Finance Report

Many believe that investing in art is a dismal prospect. However, if we take a closer look at the latest trends which are directly or indirectly affecting the art markets’ environment, they suggest the emergence of a financial fine art market where fine art is considered as a new asset class. The simultaneity of those trends creates an environment that in the past has never been very favourable to supporting the materialisation of such a transformation.

Equity Crowdfunding for Art

Crowdfunding is an amazing way to get art projects funded, but an aspect that has been lacking is the ability to invest in art projects or the companies developing those project

The Smart way to Invest in Fine Art

People who collect for the long term may get more for their money by adapting the strategies of value investing. That means forgetting contemporary and postwar works and looking for unfashionable or neglected pieces with intrinsic value.

Worthington Galleries offers a wide range of services to meet our client’s needs. Whether you’re an artist, buyer or seller of fine art,  we facilitate the art buying or selling process.  Worthington has represented