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

July Edition

Ivey-Selkirk Auctioneers – Since the beginning of this year, 77 complaints had been filed against this firm with the Better Business Bureau.  On April 7, the Missouri Attorney General Charles Koester announced that he has obtained a temporary restraining order prohibiting the 187 year old firm from doing any further business.  In another action, Koester … Continue reading

Coverage on the London Impressionist and Modern Sales

As the month came to a close, Sotheby’s and Christie’s held their series of Impressionist and Modern sales in London. With the day sales and works on paper sales being rather… “Ho-hum, nothing to write home about,” we typically turn to the evening sales to gauge the health of the market, but these results could … Continue reading

Coverage on the May 2014 American Sales

Both Sotheby’s and Christie’s unveiled their top American works at the end of May, leading to strong sell through rates and strong realized prices. At Sotheby’s, half of the top ten lots were by Norman Rockwell (in fact, there were 10 Rockwell’s sold in the sale and together they totaled $20M).  After the Prom, painted in … Continue reading


Janitors Trash 60 Works at the Dusseldorf Academy of Art

Students and faculty are outraged as 60 destroyed works were found in a dumpster outside the Kunstkademie Dusseldorf (Dusseldorf Academy of Art).  According to an article posted on ArtNet News, a frustrated janitor or group of janitors took knifes to the canvases and stomped on the works in order to break their stretchers. While the individual(s) who … Continue reading

Happy Birthday Antoni Gaudi

In celebration of Antoni Gaudi’s Birthday, let’s celebrate the late Spanish artists 162nd birthday with a retrospective of his most dazzling works!