Tag Archives: Rosemary (aka Watson) Hallin

Watson on Conservation

                    So. You have your wonderful fine art piece. The Art Detectives have assisted you in determining the identity of the artist. Whether it is a portrait of a distant ancestor, … Continue reading

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The Team

Isn’t the secret to a successful business respecting and celebrating the unique talents that each team member brings to the table–or in this case, the easel?  In this post, Patricia Moss, art historian and founder of Fine Art Investigations, celebrates … Continue reading

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Watson’s Insight: “Chain of Custody”

In detective novels and police dramas, we often hear the term “chain of custody.” Chain of custody, simply put, is a chronological documentation.  Items documented are origin, the identity of all handlers, the duration of custody at each point along … Continue reading

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Watson’s Insight

This last weekend, I watched the wonderful film The Artist with a group of friends.  I was reminded how often people and things of the past are put aside, to become distant memories.  Our belief that the rush of new … Continue reading

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“Elementary, My Dear Watson”

This post is by our very own Watson, Rosemary Hallin.  I retired long ago from a career of assisting a well-known detective.  Recently, I found myself missing the stimulation of the hunt for clues.  As fate would have it, I … Continue reading

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