Alyssa T. Rehs

Alyssa Rehs is a fourth generation Art Dealer at her family owned art galleries, Rehs Galleries, Inc. and Rehs Contemporary Galleries, Inc., New York City, New York. She received an Art History degree from the University of Rhode Island in 2012 as well as interned at Christie’s Auction House, New York City. Using her art historian degree, gallery experience, and a summer spent working at the auction house, she has a well rounded understanding of the art market. Alyssa appreciates the market from multiple standpoints; art lover, art buyer and art seller!
Alyssa T. Rehs has written 77 posts for THE ARTOHOLIC

19th Century European Art in New York, May 2016 

  On the 18th of May, Sotheby’s presented an interesting sale of 19th century works of art. For the past 6 or 8 years these sales have struggled … not because there was a lack of interest, but because the quality of the art just wasn’t there.  Yes, they had a sprinkling of good works; … Continue reading

Mouse movie leads to long-lost painting

Art Historian, Gergely Barki,  researching the avant garde works of Robert Bereny, was shocked to spot a long lost painting by the artist on the wall of the movie his daughter was watching. On set of the 1999 movie, Stuart Little, hung Bereny’s “Sleeping Lady With a Black Vase” which hadn’t been seen since 1928. … Continue reading

Coverage on the November 2014 Contemoprary & Post-War Sales

Ok, just give me a second while I pick my jaw up off the floor. Wow. Just, wow… $2.3 Billion worth of art sold in 2 weeks.  Damn, that’s a lot of money.  So, in case you forgot to read the title, we are talking Contemporary & Post-War and as shocking as it may seem, … Continue reading

Coverage on the November 2014 Impressionist & Modern Art Sales

Incredible records were made early in November as the Impressionist & Modern Art auctions were held in New York City.  Kicking off the week was Sotheby’s Evening sale on November 4th.  Buyers in 40 countries, most of which were from the US, Europe and China, battled it out on the block for the latest pieces … Continue reading

October Edition

James Meyer- this former assistant, of over 25 years, to the American contemporary artist Jasper Johns, pleaded guilty to interstate transportation of stolen property.  According to the reports, between 2006 and 2011, Meyer, 52, stole 22 unfinished artworks from the artist’s studio and sold them as authentic/finished pieces to an unidentified Manhattan art gallery.  Claiming … Continue reading

Large Picasso leaves the Four Seasons restaurant after over a century

When the building owners of the Four Seasons restaurant proposed to remove Picasso’s “Le Tricorne” for wall repairs, conservators quickly stepped in and halted the plan.  “Le Tricorne” is a 95 year old original Picasso curtain that has hung on the restaurant wall for over half a century.  Conservators feared that the removal process and … Continue reading