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A Dealer's Story

With over three decades of experience as a fine arts dealer, Rachel Davis has seen it all. At 1 p.m. today, she’ll share her stories and experience during a free presentation at the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve, as part of the Archives’ ongoing Collecting Art lecture series. Rachel Davis Fine Arts (RDFA) was founded in Cleveland in 1987, and opened its first commercial gallery in 1992. Later that year, Davis began auctioning works on paper. In 1996, RDFA added auctions of paintings, and later that year, rare and out-of-print books. By 2001, RDFA was a full service auction house with the addition of furniture, jewelry and decorative arts. Davis received a B.A. in art history and chemistry from the University of Delaware, and an M.B.A. from Indiana University. This event is free, but space is limited. Register online or by calling the Archives. (Usmani)

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