Do Not Purchase Artwork from a Park West Gallery on a Cruise Ship!
My husband and I recently purchased three pieces of artwork at a Park West Gallery art auction aboard the Celebrity Constellation.Although we have a number of fine art works, we were not current with the latest prices of the art work we were considering purchasing.
We purchased two Peter Max pieces and one Yaacov Agam Agamograph for a total expenditure of $8800. We were told that the two Peter Max mixed media pieces were worth $7000 each and that the Agamograph was work $12,000 each. In addition to one of the pieces, that Agam, arriving in a different frame than we were promised, the appraisals for the artwork fall far short of what we were "told and sold" by the gallery director on the ship. The appraisals that we paid Park West Gallery for state the values at $3650 and $3750 for the two Peter Max mixed media pieces and $7200 for the Agamograph.
We feel that we were lied to and completely misled by the Park West Art Gallery staff.DO NOT PURCHASE ARTWORK AT A PARK WEST GALLERY AUCTION aboard ANY cruise ship.
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