I think it's safe to say that most people nowadays have some sort of Artwork displayed in their home, be it a small, subtle piece by a local and perhaps relatively unknown artist, or a larger and perhaps more elaborate piece by a well known, renowned artist. Either way, what ever you have hanging on your walls, its presence is likely to add a certain something to your home and is likely to mean something to you. Our Dealer of the Month for March is an Art specialist who may have your next piece of Art waiting in the wings.
Fox Fine Art is managed and run by Roger who has been selling fine art on the internet for approximately twelve years. His business was started as a result of a lifelong interest in paintings, and a family tradition of dabbling in art. Situated in North Wales, he has dealt in an eclectic range of paintings from Australian Hermannsburg watercolours to 17th Century portrait miniatures. And with an extensive client base, his customers have included many household names and some of the most prestigious instituations and collectors in the world.
Rogers' desire to sell art pieces was brought to life when he decided one day to take to the internet where he was able to turn this passion in to a business and bring the joy of art in to the lives of others online. It's platforms such as LoveAntiques.com that have enabled him to showcase his collection to a global audience and the past 15 years have seen his business go from strength to strength whilst having the added bonus of pursuing his dreams to carry out a job that he loves.
When asked what it is that he enjoys most about the Antique Trade, Roger told us, "The essence for picture dealing for me is the thrill of the chase and the interesting people you meet on that journey. If you buy a painting, it is a statement about you and your tastes, with this in mind I hold to the maxim that, A good painting is like a friend, it keeps you company, comforts and inspires" And we would most certainly have to agree.
To see Rogers' full Stock list on LoveAntiques.com, click here