Until February 13th, takes place in the Palm Beach County Convention Center, Florida, the 15th American International Fine Art Fair (AIFAF), where near 50 international exhibitors will show works of fine art, from classical antiquity to contemporay, as well as some of the world's finest jewelry and antiques, namely from specific periods.
Among the presented works is Pablo Picasso’s "Buste d’homme a la pipe", a self portrait of Picasso portrayed as a spirited musketeer dated January 28th, 1969, brought by Richard Green Fine Art.
A multi-color 46.52 carat diamond peacock brooch set in platinum and a 59.45 carat multi-shape diamond necklace with a 30.94 carat light pink briolette diamond drop, courtesy of Graff Diamonds, are sure to shine during the event and receive most attention from the feminin attendees.
The oil on canvas "After the Game"completed by Zonaro in 1887 and a bronze sculpture, "Sir Winston Churchill", created by Sir Jacob Epstein in 1946, are represented by MacConnal-Mason.
These are only a small sample of the fine art and jewelry that visitors to the AIFAF 2011 can appreciate.
One of the fair's highlights is a major Renoir exhibition in collaboration with Hammer Galleries, which includes approximately 20 pieces from Renoir’s later works dating between 1885 and 1912.
A partnership with Corfield Morris offers art advisory services to its visitors, as well as the possibility to be orientated throughout the fair or straight to whatever they seek.
Another partner of the 15th American International Fine Art Fair is the Norton Museum of Art, holding its 70th Anniversary celebration. Complimentary admission will be available to all events on February 8th, with shuttle buses running between the Palm Beach County Convention Center and the Norton Museum of Art on that day.
Following last year's successful format, the AIFAF provides daily activities to its visitors, including informative lectures presented by museum curators and art experts, cocktail parties and other social events.
The American International Fine Art Fair is organized by David and Lee Ann Lester, owners of International Fine Art Expositions (IFAE).