A profile of violinist Tessa Lark, winner of a 2016 Avery Fisher Career Grant Award. And a visit to The Museum of Modern Art for a look at “Water Lilies,” one of Claude Monet’s most iconic paintings.

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I HAD ALL SORTS OF MUSIC PLAYING IN THE HOUSE.

BOTH OF MY PARENTS ARE MUSIC LOVERS AND MY FATHER PLAYS BLUEGRASS BANJO.

A VISIT TO THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART FOR A LOOK AT ONE OF THE MOST ICONIC PAINTINGS, 'WATER LILIES.'

THESE WERE WORKS MADE WHEN HE WAS IN HIS 70s AND 80s.

> FUNDING FOR 'NYC ARTS' IS MADE POSSIBLE BY ROSALIND P.

WALTER, KATE W KAS I HAD EE FOUNDATION.

JODIE AND JOHN AROUND HALT.

ELLEN AND JAMES S MARCUS.

THE LOUIS SUNNY TURNER FUND FOR DANCE.

ELISE JAFFE AND JEFFREY BROWN, JODY AND JOHN ARNHOLD, THE MILTON AND SALLY AVERY ARTS FOUNDATION, AND ELROY AND TERRY KRUMHOLZ FOUNDATION.

THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED IN PART BY PUBLIC FUNDS FROM THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITY COUNCIL.

ADDITIONAL FUNDING PROVIDED BY MEMBERS OF 13.

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GOOD EVENING AND WELCOME TO NYC ARTS.

I'M PAULA ZAHN AT THE TISH AT LINCOLN CENTER.

TOOK PLACE IN MARCH AT THE JEROME L. GREEN PERFORMANCE BASE AT WQXR.

THESE INDIVIDUAL GRANTS OF $25,000 GIVE PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANCE AND RECOGNITION TO TALENTED INSTRUMENTALISTS WHO HAVE GREAT POTENTIAL FOR SHOAL OWE CAREERS.

A NATIVE OF RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, CASTLE LARK BEGAN PLAYING VIOLIN AT THE AGE OF SIX.

SINCE THEN SHE HAS PERFORMED WITH ORCHESTRAS ALL OVER THE WORLD.

AND WHILE SHE IS A DEDICATED CHAMBER MUSICIAN, HER PASSIONS ALSO INCLUDE PERFORMING BLUEGRASS AND APPALACHIAN MUSIC.

SHE IS CURRENTLY EARNING HIS ARTIST DIPLOMA AT THE JULIARD SCHOOL.

I WAS BORN AND RAISED IN KENTUCKY, AND THAT IS, OF COURSE, THE BLUEGRASS STATE.

I HAD ALL SORTS OF MUSIC PLAYING IN THE HOUSE.

BOTH OF MY PARENTS ARE MUSIC LOVERS AND MY FATHER ACTUALLY PLAYS BLUEGRASS BANJO.

THE FIRST INSTRUMENT I ACTUALLY PLAYED WAS NOT THE VIOLIN BUT THE MANDOLIN.

I WANTED TO PLAY THE PIANO, BUT SINCE WE DIDN'T HAVE AN ACTUAL PIANO THE TEACHER WE FOUND SUGGESTED I START THE VIOLIN.

APPARENTLY EIGHT MONTHS LATER AT THE AGE OF SEVEN I DECLARED MYSELF A VIOLINIST.

THE VIOLIN I WILL BE PLAYING FOR THE NEXT FEW YEARS IS THIS X GINGOL STRATIVARIUS.

IT WAS MADE IN 1863 AND IS OWNED BY THE INTERNATIONAL VIOLIN COMPETITION OF INDIANAPOLIS.

THIS IS THE FIRST VIOLIN THAT PLAYS ME MORE THAN I PLAY IT.

I HAVE BEEN VERY AFFECTED BY THIS AMAZING INSTRUMENT.

WHEN I WAS TOLD THAT I RECEIVED AN AVERY FISHER CAREER GRANT, IT DIDN'T REGISTER FOR A WHILE.

I MEAN EVER SINCE I WAS A CHILD I HAVE READ ABOUT INSTRUMENTALISTS WHO HAVE RECEIVED THESE GRANTS, SO WHEN I GOT THIS PHONE CALL I WAS JUST SO ABSOLUTELY HONORED.

IT IS REALLY A DREAM COME TRUE.

THE PIANIST THAT'S PLAYING WITH ME TONIGHT IS AMY YANG, AND SHE HAS BEEN A COLLEAGUE OF MINE THAT I'VE ADMIRED FOR SO LONG.

SHE IS JUST A FANTASTIC PERSON AND SUCH A POETIC ARTIST.

THE PIECE I'M PLAYING TONIGHT IS REVEL ZAGON.

ZAGON COMES FROM A WORD THAT MEANS GYPSY.

ONE OF THE REASONS I LOVE REVEL IN GENERAL IS HE IS INSPIRED BY ALL TYPES OF MUSICAL CULTURES.

YOU CAN NEVER TRUST THAT THE MUSIC IS GOING TO STAY IN ONE PLACE FOR TOO LONG, AND IT IS JUST SO STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS, SO EXCITING AND FLAVORFUL, AND I ABSOLUTELY LOVE PLAYING THIS PIECE.

I THINK MY UPBRINGING IN BLUEGRASS STYLES AND APPALACHIAN STYLES DEFINITELY INFORMS PERFORMANCES OF PIECES LIKE THE ZAGON.

WITH REVEL, THIS PIECE, HE IS SO DETAILED.

THE PIECE DOESN'T NEED MUCH DONE TO IT.

BUT WITH MY BLUEGRASS TRAINING I FEEL THAT IT MAY HELP A LITTLE BIT IN THAT EVEN WHILE I'M TRYING TO MAINTAIN INTEGRITY TO THE SCORE, IT CAN STILL INFUSE IT A LITTLE BIT WITH SOME DOWN HOME AND LOW KEY PAIR DOWN SQUARE.

IT'S IN BASICALLY TWO PARTS THERE'S VERY EXTENDED VIOLIN CADENZA.

IT SEEMS LIKE THIS AMAZING THING OF A GYPS FINALLY IN THE STREET, TRYING TO LET EVERYTHING OFF HIS OR HER CHEST.

AND, FINALLY, WHEN THAT ENDS THERE ARE ALL OF THESE TRILLS AND JUST A SPOOKY ATMOSPHERE AND THE PIANO COMES IN WITH THE DIMINISHED HARMONIES, AND THE REST OF THE PIECE GETS STARTED FROM THERE.

IT IS A TOTAL ROMP ALL THE WAY TO THE END.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE LATEST IN ARTS AND CULTURE IN OUR AREA, HERE IS CHRISTINA HA WITH THE NYC ARTS NEWS.

GOOD EVENING.

I'M CHRISTINA HA WITH TONIGHT'S NYC ARTS NEWS.

WE ARE A NEW JERSEY'S LARGEST MUSEUM FOUNDED OVER 100 YEARS AGO, AND CURRENTLY ON VIEW IS AN EXHIBITION CALLED 'MODERN HEROICS.'

75 YEARS OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN SUPPRESSIONISM AT THE NEWARK MUSEUM.

IT HIGHLIGHTS THE MUSEUM'S IMPRESSIVE COLLECTION OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN ART.

THE MUSEUM BEGAN COLLECTING AFRICAN-AMERICAN ART IN 1929, HOSTING ITS FIRST EXHIBITION IN 1931, AND ORGANIZING ITS OWN IN 1944.

WILFORD DELANEY, ARTISTS WHO ALL LENT THEIR WORK DIRECTLY TO THE MUSEUM FOR THE LANDMARK 1944 EXHIBITION, ARE REPRESENTED IN THE CURRENT SHOW.

MODERN HEROICS FOCUSES ON A PARTICULAR SITE OF THE MUSEUM'S COLLECTION, SELECTING FROM AMONG THE LARGER COLLECTION, WORKS THAT USE SUPPRESSIONIST STRATEGIES AND EXAMINE HEROIC SCENES.

IT INCLUDES WORKS FROM WOMEN BY NELLIE MAY ROW TO SUSHANNA WEINBERGER AS WELL AS SELF-TAUGHT ARTISTS LIKE THORTON DYAL WHO HAS BEEN HISTORICALLY UNREPRESENTED IN MUSEUMS.

MODERN HEROICS, AT THE NEW ARK MUSEUM REMAINS ON VIEW THROUGH JANUARY 8th, 2017.

SINCE 1955 THE CARLISLE HAS BEEN HOME TO CLASSIC CABARET IN AN ELEGANT AND INTIMATE SETTING.

THE CAFE CARLISLE'S FALL SEASON BEGINS WITH A NOTABLE DEBUT BUT INCLUDES THE RETURN OF SEVERAL AUDIENCE FAVORITES.

STRAIGHT OFF HER TONY NOMINATED RUN IN THE HIT BROADWAY MUSICAL, 'SHE LOVES ME,' THE IRRELEVANT REPRESSABLE LAURA BONATTI MAKES HER FIRST APPEARANCE AT THE CAFE CARLISLE OPENING THE SEASON WITH TALES FROM SO BRAN OWE ISLE.

TAKE A TRIP THROUGH THE MIRN SONG BOOK OR ENJOY A MODERN JAZZ TAKE ON POPULAR SONGS WITH HUSBAND AND WIFE DUO JOHN FITZARELLI AND JESSICA MOLASKY.

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THE FALL SEASON ALSO INCLUDES TONY AWARD WINNER CHRISTINA EBERSOL, SLN ALUM, AND JUDY COLLINS WITH SPECIAL GUEST ARI HESH.

OCTOBER, THE MONTH-LONG FESTIVAL OF ARCHITECTURE ACTIVITIES, PROGRAMS AND EXHIBITIONS STARTS EARLY THIS YEAR WITH THE ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN FILM FESTIVAL.

THE FESTIVAL NOW ENTERING ITS EIGHTH SEASON IS LARGEST IN THE NATION DEVOTED TO ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN.

THE FESTIVAL INCLUDES OVER 30 FEET LENGTH AND SHORT FILMS THAT CELEBRATE THE CREATIVE SPIRIT THAT MOVES ARCHITECTS, DESIGNERS AND MAKERS OF ALL STRIPES.

THE FESTIVAL OPENS WITH A SNEAK PEEK AT AERO SINEN, THE ARCHITECT WHO SAW THE FUTURE.

THE FILM ON THE FINISHED VISIONARY HAS ITS BROADCAST PREMIERE ON PBS'S AMERICAN MASTERS SERIES IN DECEMBER.

ALSO INCLUDED IS PEDRO E.GREGERO, A PHOTOGRAPHER'S JOURNEY, ANOTHER FILM ABOUT THE MEXICAN AMERICAN ARTIST WHO IMMORTALIZED THE BUILDINGS OF FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT IN HIS PHOTOS.

THE FESTIVAL TAKES A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE WITH FILMS THAT LOOK AT THE CONTINUING LIFE OF A SOVIET ERA THEATER IN RUSSIA, THE CHALLENGES OF BUILDING A SCHOOL IN RURAL AFRICA, AND THE POWER OF DESIGN TO HEAL AROUND THE WORLD.

THE ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN FILM FESTIVAL RUNS FROM SEPTEMBER 28th THROUGH OCTOBER 2nd.

CELEBRATE THE 110th BIRTHDAY OF ARCHITECTS PHILIP JOHNSON WITH A TRIP TO HIS ICONIC GLASS HOUSE IN NEW CAIN NAN, CONNECTICUT.

IT IS ALSO MARKS THE 10th ANNIVERSARY OF ITS OPENING TO THE PUBLIC WITH A WHOLE NEW LOOK THIS MONTHS.

JAPANESE-BORN NEW YORK-BASED ARTIST SITE SPECIFIC INSTALLATION WILL HAVE YOU SEEING SPOTS.

HIS OBSESSION ALIVE, SEEKING FOR ETERNAL HOPE, COVERS THE GLASS HOUSE WITH SIGNATURE POLKA DOTS AND IS ON VIEW ONLY THROUGH SEPTEMBER 26th.

YOU CAN ENJOY A STROLL THROUGH THE GARDEN OUTSIDE THE HOUSE THROUGH NOVEMBER.

THE GARDEN INCLUDED 1300 FLOATING SPHERES IN THE LOWER MEADOW AND FOREST AS WELL AS AN ENORMOUS STEEL PUMPKIN IN A HILLSIDE PATCH.

DANCE LOVERS REJOICE AGAIN.

THE FALL FOR DANCE FESTIVAL RETURNS TO NEW YORK CITY CENTER WITH INEXPENSIVE TICKETS FOR TWO WEEKS OF PERFORMANCES FROM A WIDE RANGE OF INTERNATIONAL

THE FESTIVAL INCLUDES THE WORLD PREMIERES OF TWO FALL FOR DANCE COMMISSIONS.

ELIZABETH STREB'S LATEST EXTREME ACTION PIECE AND WAYNE McGREGOR'S NEW WORK FOR ALESSANDRE FERRERA.

CATCH THE NOW PREMIERE OF BRAZILIAN GROUP, FRESH FROM THE OLYMPIC PERFORMANCE THIS PAST CENTER.

OWED TO AUTUMN FOR ROYAL BALLET FLANDERS.

AND A TANGO-INSPIRED WITH WENDY WHELEN AND EDWARD WATSON.

A DANCE SET TO LOVE SONGS BY JEFF BUCKLEY.

ABORIGINAL STORY TELLING FROM AUSTRALIA'S DANCE THEATER.

AND A PREVIEW OF THE AMERICAN DANCE THEATER SEASON AT CITY CENTER LATER THIS YEAR.

THE FALL FOR DANCE FESTIVAL IS AT NEW YORK CITY CENTER SEPTEMBER 26th THROUGH OCTOBER 8th.

AND THAT'S THE NYC ARTS NEWS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON CULTURAL EVENTS IN OUR AREA, SIGN UP FOR OUR FREE WEEKLY E-MAIL AT NYC-ARTS.ORG/EMAIL.

FROM THE NEWARK MUSEUM I'M CHRISTINA HA.

NOW WE'LL HEAD TO THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART TO EXAMINE CLAUDE MONET 'WATER LILIES' WITH CURE ATOR ANN TIMPKIN AS OUR GUIDE.

THE WORK WAS PAINTED AT THE ARTIST'S HOME IN FRANCE DURING THE LAST DECK ATDS OF HIS LIFE.

THERE HE CULTIVATED A BEAUTIFUL GARDEN CONTAINING A WIDE RANGE OF PLANTS AND FLOWERS.

THE WATER LILY PAINTINGS REPRESENT A SHIFT FROM MONET'S TRADITIONAL IMPRESSIONIST WORK TO LARGE SCALE AND MORE ABSTRACT WORKS THAT WERE WADE AHEAD OF THEIR TIME.

HELLO, I'M THE CHIEF CURIATOR OF PAINTING AND SCULPTURE AT THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART.

WE WILL BE TALKING ABOUT CLAUDE MONET'S WATER LILY.

FOR ME ONE OF THE REMARKABLE THING ABOUT THE WATER LILIES THAT TODAY MONET IS SO FAMOUS FOR IS THAT THESE WERE WORKS MADE WHEN HE WAS IN HIS 70s AND 80s.

HERE IS A MAN WHO BECAME VERY FAMOUS AND WEALTHY AS A GREAT IMPRESSIONIST PAINTER IN THE 1870s AND '80s, AND IN THE 19 TEENS DECIDED TO START SOMETHING ACTUALLY COMPLETELY NEW IN HIS WORK.

THE SUBJECT THAT HE CHOSE WAS THE PROPERTY THAT HE HAD DEVELOPED AROUND HIS HOME ON THE OUT SKIRTS OF PARIS.

THE HOUSE, THE GARDENS, THE PROPERTY, THE TREES, ALL OF THIS WAS SOMETHING THAT MONET NURTURED AND LOVED AND REALLY OBSESSED OVER AS MUCH AS HE DID HIS PAINTING.

FOR MONET THESE PAINTINGS, LIKE HIS PROPERTY, REALLY WERE AN OASIS FROM WORLD WAR I, FROM THE DEATHS OF MOST OF HIS COLLEAGUES AND FRIENDS BECAUSE LIVING WELL INTO HIS 80s AT THAT POINT WAS UNUSUAL, AND THESE GAVE A KIND OF JOY AND SOLACE THAT HE WAS VERY UP FRONT ABOUT WANTING TO PROVIDE NOT ONLY FOR HIMSELF BUT FOR A MASS PUBLIC.

I THINK THE SURPRISING THING ABOUT THESE PAINTINGS IS HOW VERY ABSTRACT THEY ARE.

SO WHAT YOU HAVE, OF COURSE, IS A VIEW OF THE POND WITH, IN FACT, THE WATER LILIES ON IT THAT HE HAD MADE IN HIS PROPERTY AND AROUND WHICH HE HAD VERY CAREFULLY PLANTED AN INCREDIBLE ASSORTMENT OF PLANTS AND FLOWERS.

WHEN MONET DECIDED TO PAINT THESE MURAL SIZE CANVASSES OF THE WATERLILY THEME WE HAVE WHAT WOULD BE THE EQUIVALENT IN TODAY'S TERMS OF ZOOMING IN ON THE SURFACE OF THAT WATER, SO THAT WHAT ACTUALLY BECOMES VISIBLE TO THE VIEWER OF THE CANVAS IS THIS VAST BLUE GREEN EXPANSE WITH THESE BITS OF COLOR THAT WOULD BE THE BLOSSOMS ON THE SURFACE AND THIS OCEANIC FEELING OF SCALE.

YOU'RE LOOKING AT THE SURFACE OF THE WATER, BUT HE'S NOT GIVING YOU THE EDGES.

SO YOU FEEL LIKE YOU ARE ACTUALLY KIND OF ON IT AS OPPOSED TO LOOKING ACROSS AT IT, WHICH IS, OF COURSE, WHAT PEOPLE WERE USED TO FROM PAINTINGS THAT WERE THE SIZE OF A CANVAS THAT COULD FIT ON AN EASEL.

NOW THE CANVAS IS BIGGER THAN THE PERSON'S PERIPHERAL VISION COULD EVER TAKE IN AT ONCE.

YOU ARE PUT INTO WHAT IN TODAY'S TERM WE WOULD CALL AN INSTALLATION OR AN ENVIRONMENT, AND THAT WAS SOMETHING THAT AT HIS TIME PEOPLE FAILED TO UNDERSTAND.

THESE MONETS WERE SEEN AS FAILURES, AND IN FACT MANY PEOPLE SPOKE ABOUT HOW THEY WERE ONLY THE RESULT OF MONET'S FAILING VISION.

HOW ELSE WOULD HE BE MAKING THESE BIG BLURS OF BLUE ON AN 18-FOOT CANVAS.

THEY BECAME INTERESTING TO CURATORS AND COLLECTORS ONLY AT THE POINT IN WHICH CONTEMPORARY ART SUCH AS PAINTINGS BY JACKSON POLLACK BEGAN TO MAKE THEM RETROACTIVELY SEEM VERY PREDICTIVE OF THE ART OF THE MID CENTURY.

IT IS ONE OF THE BEAUTIFUL STORIES IN WHICH THE TASTE OF THE PRESENT ABSOLUTELY REVISES OPINIONS ABOUT THE ART OF THE PAST.

OBVIOUSLY IT TOOK A WHILE BUT WE CAUGHT UP TO MONET'S IDEA OF WHAT BEAUTY COULD REALLY BE.

> HELLO.

I'M RAPHAEL PURAMAN, WELCOME TO LINCOLN CENTER.

YOU KNOW, ALL YEAR AROUND NEW YORKERS AND GUESTS FROM ARNOLD THE WORLD VISIT THIS CULTURAL MECCA FOR THEATERS OVERFLOWING WITH THE BEST IN MUSIC, DANCE, OPERA, DRAMA AND FILM.

ON SEPTEMBER 30th AND OCTOBER 1st JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER WILL HOST PERFORMANCES FEATURING SOME OF THE MOST TALENTED SOLOISTS OF THE 21st CENTURY.

VISIONARY PIANIST WILL MAKE A HIGHLY RETURN TO ROSE THEATER.

MADAL IS WELL-KNOWN FOR HIS ABILITY TO TAKE A DIVERSE RANGE OF MUSIC AND MAKE IT ENTIRELY HIS OWN BY ISOLATING POWERFUL THEMES AND EXPANDING THEM INTO LYRICAL EXPLORATIONS.

IBRAHIM MALUF WILL MAKE A DEBUT WITH HIS WORK.

HAILED BY THE 'NEW YORK TIMES' AS A VIRTUOSO OF THE QUARTER TONE TRUMP FET, HE COMBINES JAZZ IMPROVE SITUATIONS AND EUROPEAN CLASS CAKE FLUENCES WITH THE SOUNDS OF HIS NATIVE LEBANON AND CURRENT HOME IN FRANCE TO CREATE A FAR REACHING BLEND OF CULTURES.

FOR COMPLETE DETAILS VISIT JAS.ORG.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT MUSIC, DANCE, THEATER, OPERA AND FILM HERE AT LINCOLN CENTER YOU CAN VISIT THEIR WEBSITE AT LINCOLNCENTER.ORG.

WE HOPE YOU HAVE ENJOYED OUR PROGRAM THIS EVENING.

I'M PAULA ZAHN.

THANKS FOR JOINING US.

NEXT WEEK ON NYC ARTS, A BEHIND-THE-SCENES LOOK AT THE METROGRAPH THEATER, A HOT NEW SPOT FOR CINEMA ON THE LOWER EAST SIDE.

WHETHER YOU ARE GOING TO SEE A MOVIE, WHETHER YOU'RE GOING TO HAVE A MEAL, WHETHER YOU'RE GOING TO LOOK AT THE BOOK STORE, WHETHER YOU ARE PASSING BY AND CHECKING OUT THE CANDY STORE, STOPPING FOR A DRINK, HAVING A MEETING, IT IS A PLACE THAT CAPTURES AN IMAGINARY IDEA OF AN OLD MOVIE STUDIO.

A VISIT TO THE GOLDEN AGE OF AMERICAN CAROUSEL MAKING IN BROOKLYN BRIDGE PARK.

IT IS A CLASSIC THREE WHEEL MACHINE THEY CALL THEM.

IT IS 48 HORSES.

THERE'S KIND OF A HIERARCHY TO THE HORSES.

THE OUTSIDE ROW ARE STANDERS, WHICH MEANS THEY DON'T GO UP AND DOWN.

THEY'RE QUITE HUGE ACTUALLY, AND THEY'RE THE MOST DECORATIVELY CARVED.

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> FUNDING FOR 'NYC ARTS' IS MADE POSSIBLE BY ROSALIND P.

WALTER, KATE W. CASSIDY FOUNDATION.

JODIE AND JOHN ARNHOLD.

THE LOUIS AND SUNNY TURNER FUND FOR DANCE.

JODY AND JOHN ARNHOLD, ELISE JAFFE AND JEFFREY BROWN, JODY AND JOHN ARNHOLD, THE MILTON AND SALLY AVERY ARTS FOUNDATION, AND ELROY AND TERRY KRUMHOLZ FOUNDATION.

THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED IN PART BY PUBLIC FUNDS FROM THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITY COUNCIL.

ADDITIONAL FUNDING PROVIDED BY MEMBERS OF 13.

'NYC ARTS' IS MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY FIRST REPUBLIC BANK.

FLEXIBILITY, COORDINATION, EXCELLENCE.

FIRST REPUBLIC PRIVATE WEALTH MANAGEMENT.

IT'S A PRIVILEGE TO SERVE YOU.

AND BY SWANN AUCTION GALLERIES.

SWANN AUCTION GALLERIYS WE HAVE A DIFFERENT WAY OF LOOKING AT AUCTIONS, OFFERING SINCE 1941, WORKING TO COMBINE KNOWLEDGE WITH ACCESSIBILITY.

WHETHER YOU ARE FIRST TIME BUYER OR LOOKING TO SELL, INFORMATION AT SWANNGALLERIES.COM.