James Rottman, director of James Rottman Fine art, is an expert in Canadian post-war and contemporary art. James Rottman Fine Art has been advising clients on fine art collections since 1995. We specialize in important Canadian post-war and contemporary art. James Rottman Fine Art holds an impressive inventory of significant Canadian artworks, including but not limited to Painters Eleven, Automatistes, Regina Five, Quebec moderns, and historical Isaac’s gallery artists. We consult and advise on the development of private and corporate Canadian art collections. As part of our services , we acquire significant and rare works to complement existing collections. We work closely with our clients to ensure that they make the right choices when buying an important work of art. We appreciate the individual needs of our clients and in return our clients value the specialized services that we provide to them.
James Rottman, is a regular guest on the Business News Network to discuss the significance of important post-war and contemporary art, and how art can be used as an important vehicle for investment. James Rottman has collaborated with Iris Nowell, author of “The Life of Joyce Wieland” and “Hot Breakfast For Sparrows” on research and selection of art work to be reproduced in her latest book “Painters Eleven, The Wild Ones of Canadian Art”. James Rottman has participated as a guest speaker at the Art Gallery of Mississauga ARTalk series “Building a Collection”.
James Rottman discusses important Canadian post-war and contemporary art on THE BUSINESS NEWS NETWORK, November 2010