With over 30 years of experience, Robin Rosenberg Fine Art offers a wide range of services to a diverse set of clients. We are committed to advising both novice and seasoned collectors on how to enhance, expand and edit their current art collections. We guide our clients to make sound investment decisions when purchasing artwork, as well as offer counsel in navigating the sale of artwork from their collections, inheritances and/or estates. RRFA offers a highly confidential environment for our clients as well as a complete array of value-added services, including market analysis, evaluations, importing and exporting art, restoration, framing and on-site professional installation.
FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT
My “art story” begins when I was just a kid living in Toronto. I would look through art books until the late hours of the night, literally, until my eyes closed. It wasn’t long, before I began taking studio art courses in practically every medium known, including painting, drawing, sculpting, printmaking, and ceramics.
During high school, I was never that brainy physics student, but I gravitated to art history, and I knew that this was the area of study I would pursue in university.
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.