PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) — In 2013, some old paintings were found in the attic of Portland’s City Hall. One of them is a portrait of William Pitt Fessenden, who served in the United States Congress and later as Secretary of the Treasury under Abraham Lincoln. Read more…
Saturday, October 3rd • 10 AM – 2 PM
University of New England Gallery • 716 Stevens Ave, Portland, Maine
Gather your treasures for an energetic and entertaining fundraising appraisal event, featuring industry experts Bruce A. Buxton, Susanna Fichera, Douglas Hardin and Beth Turner.
Appraisal Fees: $10 – one item • $18 – two items • $25 – three items (max amount)
Objects should be small enough to carry. No stamps, coins or bottles.
A very special thanks to those dedicated to the conservation of Maine’s treasures:
Two Josef M. Arentz seascape paintings donated to Project MEAC.
“In loving memory of Anne and Andy Phillips of South Portland, Maine.”
Project MEAC received a grant from the Davis Family Foundation for a mobile
floor stand and a stereo microscope.