Suffrage Movement Banners & Clothing

As America approaches the centennial of the ratification of the 19th amendment, granting women the right to vote, Alex Cooper  is pleased to offer a local collection of rare American and Maryland suffrage movement banners. These handmade banners were carried during parades and conventions advocating for women’s right to vote. They display their message in […]

January 29, 2018

The Best Gifts Come In Orange Boxes

Legendary French manufacturer Hermès is a name synonymous with luxury. Known for their sought-after accessories and wait list worthy handbags, Hermès is an iconic powerhouse in the world of high-end fashion. Since establishing the company in 1837, Hermès has been recognized for hand crafting the finest leather goods and accessories. The Hermès Fashion House was […]

January 15, 2018

Six Degrees of George Wesley Bellows

Sometimes there are coincidences, in life and in art.  Alex Cooper is very thrilled to have one such coincidence in our January 27th auction as we offer the very famous lithograph, “A Stag at Sharkey’s,” by George Wesley Bellows (lot 908).  Known for his role in the Ashcan School and for depicting sports and New […]

January 4, 2018

The Current Palette: The Art of Giving Art

  Art is a timeless gift, often remaining in families for generations and bringing joy and beauty to all who see it.  The holidays are right around the corner and our December gallery auction on Saturday, December 16, offers multiple opportunities for gifting art. While an amazing present, the buyer should keep a few key […]

December 12, 2017

Sports Memorabilia Discovery Auction

Browse our current online-only sports memorabilia auction featuring: signed baseballs, photographs, ephemera & autographs; and Hall of Fame items, from the collection of Robert R. Burns. Find the perfect unique gift for your favorite fanatic or collector here! Robert R Burns was born in Philadelphia, PA in 1923 and died in Media, PA in 2016, […]

November 29, 2017

The Current Palette: November Art Auction Highlights

Much Ado about Dali… This month we are highlighting one of my personal favorites, Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989).  He is arguably the most famous of the Surrealist artists easily recognized by his melting clocks and handlebar mustache. He was highly imaginative and prone to wild, eccentric behavior.  The biographer, Saladyga, in “The Mindset of Salvador […]

November 7, 2017