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 Baron Art Estate Managers, Mission

  1. To increase the recognition of American artists.
  2. To offer estate artworks to a worldwide clientele. 
  3. To educate about an artist and how a work fits the oeuvre.

Art Estates

Values increase as recognition increases. For artists' estates, we give the artist proper recognition --  by enlisting art historians and scholars, museum curators and galleries.
For works consigned by estate heirs, we thoroughly research historical records and venues.

 

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Lynne Pauls Baron  
Email: baron@baronart.com

Lynne Baron has been a professional researcher and manager for twenty-five years, starting as a research assistant for NASA, public policy research in the health care industry, equities research on Wall Street, and now Art Research and Estate Management.

 She researched the whereabouts of the heirs of F. Luis Mora, N.A. (1874-1940), and now manages the artworks in the estate.  She engaged leading art historians and museum curators to implement www.fluismora.org, an information web site about the artist. In May 2005, she participated in the first gallery show for the artist since his death -- at ACA Galleries in New York City,  www.acagalleries.com.  Little was written about Mora since his death. Ms. Baron participated in writing the first catalogue about Mora since his death. Yale Press will soon publish a book with a section about the artist.  A biography has been placed on an important internet art research source:  www.askart.com, and a published biography is planned in conjunction with art historians.

In 1977, she earned an M.B.A. with highest honors at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, Bloomington. As a stock analyst on Wall Street, she  studied art wherever she traveled, in museums and galleries.  Ms. Baron studied Old Masters, Academic paintings, social revolutionary art, Japanese woodblocks and artifacts, and  French Impressionism. 

Back in New York, she focuses on American artists living between 1850 and 1970, particularly American Impressionism and Realism.

In 1995 she left Wall Street to pursue a career in fine art -- merging her MBA, investment training and art knowledge.  Since then, she has sold more than 3,000 investment-quality artworks to collectors  private dealers and galleries on four continents.

 

 

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        Email: jbaro@aol.com 

 

Jerry Baron, CPA, is Lynne Baron's husband. Baron Art is a husband and wife venture. For more than thirty years, Mr. Baron has been an avid collector of fine and rare time pieces.  That knowledge gave him an appreciation for finely crafted items and the background for an art-related business.

Mr. Baron is the man behind the scenes, managing the operations and records of this thriving international business.  He has a studio to photograph the artworks shown on this site.

Mr. Baron holds degrees from the University of Pittsburgh and The George Washington University. He holds an MBA degree, a CPA certification, and has considerable management experience.  Mr. Baron has held vice president positions with major bracket financial institutions including Merrill Lynch and First Boston Corporation, where he was a senior Financial Services Analyst.  Mr. Baron was voted an Institutional Investor magazine All-Star analyst six times.  In 2001, he left Wall Street to join his wife in Baron Art.

 

 

 

 

 

email:  baron@baronart.com   phone:  860-663-0222