Christine Neptune founded Neptune Fine Art in 2000 after twenty years of experience in auction houses, museums, fine art publishing, and galleries to exhibit Modern and contemporary works as well as publish new editions. To date, Neptune Fine Art has collaborated with established artists including Jennifer Bartlett, Vija Celmins, Wolf Kahn, Stone Roberts, James Siena, David Row, Mickalene Thomas and Jenny Holzer. Neptune Fine Art has placed editions in The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC; The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, The Baltimore Museum of Art, The Haggerty Museum, and The Sheldon Museum of Art, among others.
Christine Neptune understands the concerns of the first-time art buyer and seeks to alleviate the stress of decision-making by providing expertise on connoisseurship, authentication, and condition. She works with her clients through every step of the process, from acquisition to framing to installation. Christine Neptune is a proven curator of modern and contemporary works on paper collections, and is sensitive to the client’s aesthetic tastes. Start to finish, she is a trusted curator with the passion to educate and expand her clients' vision of the art world. She has lectured on collecting works on paper, hosted print making demonstrations, supports printmaking institutions, and is a valued member of the IFPDA.
She also handles discreet and confidential acquisition and sales for clients worldwide.
In addition to these services, Christine Neptune advises clients on conservation and care of works on paper, framing options, assessing works for consignment, as well as provides accurate research analysis of works. With a knowledgeable background in auction sales, she guides individuals on purchasing quality prints and works on paper at public auctions.
With locations in both New York City and Washington, D.C., Christine regularly meets with private clients at these locations as well as in their homes.
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