Michael Altman Fine Art & Advisory Services represents individual collectors and institutional collections in all aspects of acquisition, deaccession, management, and long-term strategic planning. We strive to provide clients with personalized consultation based on dedicated art historical expertise and comprehensive market research.
With established access to rare and extraordinary American and European paintings, drawings, and sculptures from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Michael Altman Fine Art & Advisory Services has helped to enrich some of the most esteemed private and public collections, both nationally and internationally.
The gallery also remains committed to advancing art historical scholarship. For over three decades, Michael Altman has organized exhibitions that present significant works from rarely viewed public and private collections. Working closely with leading museums, scholars, galleries, and collectors, Michael Altman Fine Art & Advisory Services has mounted critical surveys on artists including Frederic Edwin Church, Sanford Gifford, John Singer Sargent, and Winslow Homer, as well as collaborated on exhibitions of Hudson River School, Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, Modern, and Post-War & Contemporary art.
The gallery is open by appointment and our private space provides clients the highest levels of discretion and confidentiality for exclusive, curated viewings.