Great Talk | Street and Conventional Art: The Relevance of Museums Today

Alex Cooper was pleased to be the recent Silver Sponsor for the Great Talk Series Lecture entitled, “Street and Conventional Art: The Relevance of Museums Today.”  Panelists included, Christopher Bedford, Director of the Baltimore Museum of Art, Janis Goodman, Professor of Fine Arts at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at the George […]

October 24, 2019

Meet The Expert: Heather Haas

Meet the fresh face on the rug floor, Heather Haas. With more than 20 years in the design world, Heather’s detail-oriented approach coupled with her creative eye, sheds a new light on the gallery floor. What are the Pros of shopping at Alex Cooper? HH: When you shop at Alex Cooper you are getting the […]

August 13, 2019

The Big Rug Sale | 20% Off All Current Inventory

Our in-store collection includes more than 2,000 of the finest luxury, antique, oriental & modern rugs in all shapes and sizes, with thousands more available through our exclusive partnerships with the world’s premiere rug designers. No matter your style or space, there’s no better place to find your perfect rug. Stop by our Towson Rug […]

July 18, 2019

1988 Island Packet 31 Sail Boat for Auction

Bankruptcy Trustee’s Auction of a well-maintained 1988 Island Packet 31. Exceptional opportunity to purchase a well cared for IP31 which is located in Galesville, MD, just south of Annapolis and which is available for viewing with a private appointment. Contact Nick Luciani for more information, 443-465-4761 or nick@alexcooper.com. Specifications: LOA: 34′ 4″, LWL: 27′ 9″, […]

January 28, 2019

Evangeline “EJ” Montgomery: Pioneer, Advocate, Artist & Curator

“Through art we can have a better understanding of each other.”   Evangeline J. Montgomery. Evangeline “EJ” Montgomery was born in New York in 1933.  She has had a life-long career in art, arts advocacy and curation.   Following a move to California in 1954, she began studying art at Los Angeles City College and received a […]

January 15, 2019

A Classic 18th Century Silver Dollar

The first official US coins were made in 1792-1793. By the end of the 18th century, those coins were still very new to the country and someone was just as apt to see and spend Spanish, English or French coins as American coins. Spanish Silver was accepted as coinage as late as 1856 and words […]

October 24, 2018