About the Appraiser
Rochelle Eisenberg President of ART DIRECTIVES has taught professional appraisal courses at George Washington University for the American Society of Appraisers (ASA). She is an instructor of a course on Collecting and Appraising Fine Art and Antiques at Temple University and has lectured on this subject at the University of Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Eisenberg has researched and analyzed the art market during extensive travels throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia, and has participated in major auction house exhibitions and sales in Philadelphia, New York, California and the surrounding areas from 1978 to 2019.
Mrs. Eisenberg is a graduate of Temple University, The Winter Institute at the Winterthur Museum in Wilmington, Delaware, and the Barnes Foundation Art Department in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She has studied the history of art at the New School for Social Research in New York, the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Fields of Appraisal Expertise Include:
- American, English and French Paintings
- American, English and European Furniture, Porcelains and Decorative Art
- Modern and Contemporary Art
- Asian Porcelains and Paintings
- Silver, American Sterling, English and Continental
- Midcentury Modern and 20th Century Design
- Art Glass: American, French, English, such as Tiffany, Lalique, Gallé, Daum, and Webb
- Art Pottery: American, English and French such as Rookwood, George Ohr, and Majolica
- California, Pennsylvania and French Impressionist Paintings