With more than 20 years of experience, Robin Rosenberg Fine Art specializes in educating and empowering art lovers and collectors to acquire special pieces that speak to their individual tastes and promise a strong return on their investment. Based in Montreal, with a presence in New York, Toronto and London, our team is positioned to work across the globe. Our expansive network of reputable, trusted sources provides us with early access to exclusive artworks, some of which are rarely offered on the open market.
We conduct thorough research to source quality art, at good value, verifying condition and authenticity before proposing an artwork to our client. Available add-on services include international import & export, restoration, framing and on-site professional installation. We always work with the best in the business and ensure competitive rates for our clients.
For clients looking to deaccession a single work or an entire collection on the secondary market, we take care to preserve the integrity and value of their cherished artworks, often exceeding the seller’s expectations! With the utmost confidentiality and discretion, we strategically offer the work to discerning buyers who appreciate the preferable opportunity to purchase art privately.
We build long-term relationships with like-minded individuals looking to expand and enhance their collection to reap the benefits of truly living with art—if this sounds like you, get in touch to discuss your vision.
FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT
Robin Rosenberg has been an art lover since childhood, reading every artbook she could get her hands on, taking studio courses in painting, drawing, sculpting, and printmaking and going on to study Art History at the University of Toronto and McGill University. Upon graduation, Robin launched her career as an independent art advisor, promoting and fostering the careers of emerging artists from Montreal and Toronto. Before long, Robin became the go-to fine art resource for some of Canada’s largest corporations including Rio Tinto Alcan, Hydro Quebec, The Royal Bank of Canada, Teleglobe Canada, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, and Bell Canada Enterprises to name a few.
Lauren Dobrin Klumak
Growing up in family of art collectors, I developed an appreciation for the arts very early on. I would often find myself buried in art books and visiting museums at home and abroad whenever I travelled. My love for the field led me to pursue my studies in Art History at McGill University.
Ever since I was old enough to hold a colouring pencil, art has been my passion. This was only strengthened with time as I took my first art history classes and became fascinated with the way art reflects momentous historical and social movements. I pursued my studies first at McGill University at the undergraduate level, completing a First Class Honours degree in Art History, and then at University College London in the U.K. for my masters. I am proud to have graduated from UCL with Distinction upon the submission of my MA dissertation, which focused on French Romantic painter Eugène Delacroix and the journals he kept during his six-month journey to North Africa in 1832.