Charles Barry Goldstein, ISA CAPP, Fine Art
Charles Barry Goldstein
ISA member since Jan 01, 1988
(301) 340-6775 (Office)
8 Hardwicke Place
Rockville, MD 20850-3010 map
Internationally and nationally recognized Fine Art Specialist Appraiser and Dealer. Recognized in Who's Who in American Art, since 2003. Dual Peer Testing Certifications: Certified Member (ISA CAPP in Limited Edition Prints, since 1991. ISA CAPP in Fine Art). Former ISA National Fine Art Chair. 2007 ISA Lamp of Knowledge Award for his outstanding achievements in leading appraisal theory and methodology group discussions and for his art expertise as demonstrated in his published writings and speaking engagements. Art Dealer since 1975.
Art Author-Art Fraud, Misrepresentation and GobbledygookTM. Multitude of articles written for the International Foundation for Art Research, CLE (Continuing Legal Education) International Course Materials, Journal of the Printworld, PrintThoughts, ISA Appraiser's Information Exchange, Art Calendar and Washington Print Club Quarterly. Published art articles include (museum reviews): History of Printmaking; Rembrandt prints, Edward Hopper Paintings, Cezanne paintings, assorted photographers and photography techniques, Paul Gauguin, Toulouse Lautrec, Original Print, How Limited is a Limited Edition?, The Importance of an Artist Signature, Edvard Munch and many more.
Qualified Expert Witness in Art and/or Trial Consultant in a multitude of states. Clients also include the US (Leon Amiel art fraud case) and Canadian (Landmark tax flip case) Governments and assisted in high profile cases, such as Goldman vs. Barnett art fraud case.
Member Catalogue Raisonne Scholars Association, Member of ISA since 1988. Forensic Art Guest Lecturer at George Washington University Masters Forensics Sciences Program Washington, DC in Artists Signatures. USPAP Tested. Former Designation & Review National Committee.
Art Specialties include: Art Valuation, Appraisal Theory and Methodology, Art Fraud, Art Misrepresentation, Art Forgery, Art Terminology, Art Flip donation cases, contract disputes and more.
Areas of Experience include: 15th - 21st Century American & European Paintings, Prints and Sculpture. IRS (Internal Revenue Service) Qualified Art Appraiser (Charitable Contributions).
MPA American University and BBA Ohio University
Legal references available upon request.
- Photography & Photographs
- Appraisal Review
- Estate Tax
- Expert Witness
- Insurance Claims
Performs Appraisals Of
- Art - American
- Art - European