Foundation for Appraisal Education Seminar at Quinn's Auction Galleries in Falls Church, VA
September 5-7, 2013

Registration is only $375 ($200 of which is a tax deductible contribution to the FAE).

Donations will benefit our newly established scholarship program at the Winterthur Museum, Library and Gardens in honor of Wendell Garrett. 

Hotel accommodations: Hyatt House, 8296 Glass Alley, Falls Church, Virginia.  Call the hotel directly (571.327.2277) to make a reservation and ask for the FAE/Quinn’s Seminar rate. 

Complete the registration form and submit directly or print and mail to 

FAE/Quinn’s Seminar 
Quinn’s Auction Galleries
360 South Washington Street
Falls Church, Virginia 22046


Download brochure   Registration Form



Call Andrea Lee at Quinn’s Auction 703.532.5632 or

Email Marcy Molinaro, ISA AM





Thursday September 5, 2013

7:00 – 9:00

Kick off Reception 2

Friday September 6, 2013


Opening Remarks & Introduction


Adorn us with His Blessings: Religion and
Furniture in the Southern Back Country

Sumpter Priddy III, Sumpter Priddy III, Inc.
Alexandria, Virginia

10:40 Coffee Break

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
in American Painting

Betty Krulik, Betty Krulik Fine Art, Ltd.
New York, NY


Lunch in the Courtyard


American Stoneware:
Its History & Uses (1812-1900)

Luke Zipp, Crocker Farm Auctions, Sparks, MD


Afternoon Break


"Vanishable Antiques": The Story of Israel Sack, Inc. and the Building of an American Industry

Louisa Brouwer, Israel Sack, Inc.,
Archives Fellow Department of American
Decorative Arts Yale University Art Gallery
New Haven, CT


Evening Reception 2nd Floor Gallery

Saturday, September 7, 2013


Google It: Using New Tools to
Unlock Secrets of Old Things

Daniel K. Ackermann, Associate Curator
Museum of Southern Decorative Arts
at Old Salem Museum and Gardens
Old Salem, NC


Coffee Break


Ten Ways to Tell a Fake Painting
Without Looking at it.

Alan Fausel, MA, FRICS,
Vice President and Director of Fine Arts,
Bonhams, New York,NY


Lunch in the Courtyard


Chinese Export for the American Market 1785-1940

Ronald W. Fuchs, II, Curator of Ceramics
and Manager of the Reeves Collection,
Washington and Lee University
Lexington, VA

2:45 Afternoon Break


Robert Wittman, Former FBI Agent & Author of "Priceless: How I went undercover to
Rescue The World's Stolen Treasures."
Chester Heights, PA


Closing Remarks

The International Society of Appraisers will provide 15.5 Professional Development Credit for complete attendance.