Charles Flint Antiques To Present Art and Antiques Appraisal

Roz Chast, illustration from "Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?"

Roz Chast, illustration from “Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?” 2014. [Bloomsbury, USA, New York). Watercolor and ink on paper. ©Roz Chast. All rights reserved.

Stockbridge, MA August 18, 2015—As part of its Summer Evenings with Art series, Norman Rockwell Museum will present “What’s In Your Closet?” an art and antiques appraisal on Thursday, August 20, starting at 5:30 p.m. Charles Flint of Charles Flint Antiques in Lenox, Massachusetts, will talk about the unique qualities of art and objects that make them collectible and of value, and how they are then appraised. Visitors are invited to bring their own collected artworks and artifacts for an informal evaluation, provided by Flint (limit up to three objects per individual). Admission to the event is free for Museum members or with regular Museum admission. Reservations are recommended by contacting the Museum at 413.931.2221 or programs@nrm.org.

Charles Flint Fine Art & Antiques Gallery opened in 1978, with a focus on antiques and American folk art. In the ensuing years the gallery grew to include Shaker furniture (becoming one of the leading Shaker furniture dealers in the country) and American and European 18th and 19th Century paintings, featuring works by Norman Rockwell. Through Charles Flint’s many years of close collaboration with Norman Rockwell Museum, he built a unique expertise in Rockwell and his art, so that he is now a regular authenticator for the Museum. Recently, Flint has expanded the gallery into 20th Century and Latin American art. Learn more at www.charlesflint.com.

Summer Evenings with Art
Thursdays, August
5:30 to 7 p.m.

Enjoy this series of talks, performances, and wellness experiences inspired by the art of Norman Rockwell and Roz Chast. Free with Museum admission; members free. Reservations are recommended.

Laughter in the face of…well, you know
Thursday, August 27, 5:30 p.m.

Enjoy a humorous, melodic evening of song with a cappella group, Quintessential. Free with Museum admission, Museum members free.
Roz Chast: Cartoon Memoirs
On view through October 26, 2015

Over the past 37 years, readers of The New Yorker have been enjoying cartoonist Roz Chast’s signature style and wit. From her timelessly funny cartoons and lively children’s picture books, to her intricately painted pysanka eggs and hand-made textiles, Roz Chast: Cartoon Memoirs will feature works representing the breadth of Chast’s entire artistic career. A highlight of the exhibition will be nearly 120 original drawings and objects from her award-winning memoir, Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant? which tackles the sensitive subject of caring for the elderly, with thoughtful insight and humor.

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