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.
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,
Little was written about Mora since his death. Ms. Baron
participated in writing the first catalogue about Mora since his
Press will soon publish a book with a section about the artist.
A biography has been placed on an important internet art research
and a published biography is planned in conjunction with art
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.