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Art Lovers' Niche - April 24, 2020

Art Lovers' Niche

Art is Smart

When you buy a 19th century painting, you are preserving a small piece of history – that can make you happy. It is something created by a once living and breathing person. A person, just like you. If you really “tune in”, you can sense the aura of the artist – it transcends the years separating you. You see it in the composition and subject; feel it in the colors used; the way the paint is handled; and the atmospheric effects of light. Looking at a painting that has that effect on you and your recognizing these nuances will make you happy. Learning something about the artist will provide the final connector.

“Personally, I experience the greatest degree of pleasure in having contact with works of art. They furnish me with happy feelings of an intensity that I cannot derive from other sources.” – Albert Einstein

Frederic Rondel, Sr
Ernest Fredericks
David John Gue
 

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Our customers are the best!

From notable sales to many happy customers, who provide great testimonials, we listen to their desires and respect them – they are all the best!

“My wife Theresa and I are pretty ordinary people, who love extraordinary art. Discovering Bedford Fine Art Gallery and working with Jerry and Joan to purchase our first picture from them has been a smooth and joyful experience – and we haven’t even met in person yet. Gotta love internet commerce! And while we anticipate a wonderful visit to the actual gallery one day, our trust in their experience and integrity is complete. “Stepping Stones,” a beautiful British landscape is now under our family’s care for the second 150 years of its life, and more, I hope, a trust we welcome. Thank you Jerry and Joan!” – Bob and Theresa L.

Jules Frederic Ballavoine
Harry Herman Roseland
Frederick Mulhaupt

A Personal note from Jerry and Joan

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