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American International Fine Art Fair To Feature Rare Treasures

Jean Beraud - "La Dame Utile" - Oil on panel, 12 x 15 inches -  Courtesy Trinity House, Worcestershire

PALM BEACH, FL.- Rare finds abound at The American
International Fine Art Fair (AIFAF), slated for February 3-8, 2010 at the Palm
Beach County Convention Center. The only American international art and antiques
fair rated 5-stars by The Art Newspaper, AIFAF has established itself as a
premier destination for sophisticated dealers and collectors.
The fair
has emerged as the most prestigious art and antique show in the United States
and has been recognized as the “crown jewel” of American art fairs. As one of
the world’s leading sources for museum-quality paintings, sculpture, and
antiques, AIFAF reflects traditional, modern and contemporary collecting trends.
Eighty dealers from more than a dozen countries including Great Britain, Spain,
France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Austria
convene in the tony enclave of the Palm Beaches to showcase their finest
offerings, all strictly vetted.