Art Haz, NY - Upcoming Auctions & 5 Past Catalogs
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Art Haz

Art Haz

Arthaz was established in 2005 to represent fine art collections. In the past 14 years, the company has sold 16th � 20th century oil paintings, works on paper, and sculptures. The collections vary from high-end to less significant works of art. Among our services we provide the following: General research Estimate value of the artwork Research the provenance for high-end works Find the proper buyer Insure works Warehouse storage Paypal or Direct deposit to client accounts Legal services Shipping Gallery presentations We research the works of art and evaluate the value of each piece. Our expertise lies in our ability to locate the proper place to sell each piece, even if the artwork is valued less than $500.
310 E 23rd St
New York, NY 10010
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Bidder Reviews for Art Haz (6)

4.2 out of 5.0 Stars

4 Latest Top ReviewsSee All

Marlborough, MA

Dec 30, 2021
Efficient process
Accurate description, fast shipping reasonably priced
Rockwell Kent Lithograph

Pittsburgh, PA

Nov 30, 2021
Smooth process, Fast shipping A +
Item as described. packaged well, shipped fast.. thanks
Sybilla Mittell Weber Etching

Lasalle, CA

Mar 09, 2023
Had two auctions going on at once, rendering the whole notion of an auction meaningless
I bid on an item in an Art Haz auction and won, but then found out that the item was not to be mine because Art Haz had another auction going on at the same time for the same item on BidSquare and that someone had beat me by $100. No one responded when I wrote that this seemed irregular. No one responded when I asked why my maximum bid ($100 higher than the winning bid on BidSquare) was ignored.
Group of 14: Still Life Watercolor

Northampton, MA

Feb 17, 2023
I Won a Lor and Demanded I Pay More For It Because of Their Mistake
I placed a bid through Invaluable weeks before the auction closed. I won the lot and was notified by Invaluable that an invoice was forthcoming. Instead, Art Haz said they had another bid that was identical to mine and wanted to know how much more I would pay for the item. I said they should determine who placed their bid first and award the lot accordingly. Instead they came back to me and said if I was willing to pay 75 % more than my winning bid I could have the item. That's simply extortion.
Chapman Toledo Drawing

Past Auctions from Art Haz