"No obstacles are insurmountable when God commands and we obey"
- - Heber J. Grant
Moments in Art
by Lawrence Jeppson

Heroes, Mostly - January 30, 2016
Heroes and Scoundrels - January 28, 2016
Rubens in the Lion's Den - December 14, 2015
Marie de Meddler (Rubens 6) - November 30, 2015
Joyous Celebrations (Rubens 3) - November 02, 2015
Merchantile Magic (Rubens 2) - October 26, 2015
Master Meetings (Rubens 1) - October 19, 2015
Liberty in Many Cloaks - October 05, 2015
Van Gogh's Magic Guests - September 21, 2015
Genius Short Lived - September 07, 2015
Fleeing the Nazi Plague - August 31, 2015
Starting from Zero, Again - August 24, 2015
Auction Blockheads - August 17, 2015
Square Wars - August 10, 2015
From Gold Futures to Oil Futures - August 03, 2015
Lost in the Stock Exchange - July 27, 2015
Art and a Paris Lunch - July 20, 2015
Art Buying on a Skyrocket - June 22, 2015
Stuck Art - June 15, 2015
Post Tuna, Part Two - June 01, 2015
After the Big Tuna Beat Him - May 25, 2015
Pocket Poaching - May 18, 2015
Fakery Foibles - May 11, 2015
Hammer and Fire - May 04, 2015
How Much is a Dead Zebra Worth? - April 27, 2015
Acts of God and the Art Market - April 20, 2015
Victor Choquet, Canny Collector - April 06, 2015
Mategot and the Hamburg Museum - March 30, 2015
Encounters with Spooks - February 02, 2015
Under Nazi Noses, 3 - January 26, 2015
Under Nazi Noses, Part 2 - January 19, 2015
Under Nazi Noses - January 12, 2015
Miraculous Toothache - January 5, 2015
Banc-ing on a Joyeux Noel - December 22, 2014
Monumental Men, Part One - December 15, 2014
A Christmas Feast like No Other - December 8, 2014
Lamp in the Night - November 17, 2014
Help! Help! Help! - November 10, 2014
The Lady Vanishes - November 3, 2014
William's Coup - October 27, 2014
Pontiff of Past and Future - October 20, 2014
From Z to A - October 13, 2014
Not So Simple Simon - October 6, 2014
Very Underground Art - September 29, 2014
Many Down to One - September 15, 2014
Multiplications, Sort Of - September 8, 2014
Scream Heard Round the World - September 1, 2014
"Shadow and Sunshine" - August 18, 2014
Out from Oblivion - July 28, 2014
The Joy of Vision! - July 21, 2014
From Revelers to Vespers - July 14, 2014
$20 for a Renoir? - July 7, 2014
Crucial Encounters - June 30, 2014
A Burning Passion for Art - June 23, 2014
Live Still Lifes - June 16, 2014
Brushes with History - May 26, 2014
Mategot the Magnificent - May 19, 2014
The Artful Lodger - May 12, 2014
Crowning Achievement - May 5, 2014
Hugger-Mugger in the Louvre - April 28, 2014
Daum Dream Doom - April 21, 2014
Warp and Weft in Jerusalem - April 14, 2014
Stan Watts - April 7, 2014
Go Thou and Do Likewise - March 31, 2014
Flatboats on the Mighty Mo - March 24, 2014
Swiss on Wide Missouri - March 17, 2014
First Fix - March 10, 2014
Encountering Catlin - March 4, 2014
The Eight Faces of Moses - February 24, 2014
Real or Fake? - January 27, 2014
The Real Sherlock Holmes - January 20, 2014
Folk Sculpture, Three of Thousands - December 30, 2013
They Shared a Grand Passion - December 23, 2013
An Arty Fish Tail - December 16, 2013
The Folk Art That Many Folk Get - December 9, 2013
Booby Trap in Washington - December 2, 2013
Circling the Circus Wagons - November 25, 2013
Circus in the Eye - November 18, 2013
Legacy Lunacy - November 11, 2013
Rhinos with Lipstick and Skirts - October 28, 2013
The Smart Imbecile - October 21, 2013
Blundering into Art - October 14, 2013
Szyk Sticks It to the Axis - October 7, 2013
Along Our Questing Paths, Part 3 - September 2, 2013
Along Our Questing Paths, 2 - August 26, 2013
Along Our Questing Paths - August 19, 2013
The Mormon Epic on a Roll - August 12, 2013
Not the Flame that Burned Within - August 5, 2013
Nazis Nullify Nolde, Bigtime - July 29, 2013
O'Shea Can You See - July 22, 2013
A Burning Passion for Art - July 8, 2013
Art on the Chopping Block - June 10, 2013
Repainting His Past - June 3, 2013
Van Gogh's Belated Visitors - May 27, 2013
Fabulous Find, Fowl Intrigue - May 20, 2013
Where's the Beef? - May 13, 2013
Friberg's Royal Friends - April 29, 2013
Clapp's Ploy for Painter's Pay - April 15, 2013
Birth of a Book - April 8, 2013
Stan Watts - March 25, 2013
Matégot the Magnificent - March 18, 2013
An Infamous Cupidity - March 11, 2013
The Misplaced Turkey - March 4, 2013
The Raft of the Medusa - February 25, 2013
Flagged for Fakes - February 18, 2013
Two Artists and a Model - February 11, 2013
Louvre Heist: Picasso's Hot Heads - February 4, 2013
Chalk Up Another for Avard - January 28, 2013
The Hahn-Duveen Tumult - January 21, 2013
JB Fairbanks, Pioneer Artist - January 14, 2013
Renaissance Impersonator, Part 3 - January 7, 2013
Renaissance Impersonator, Part 2 - December 31, 2012
Renaissance Impersonator, Part 1 - December 24, 2012
Getting on the Good List - December 3, 2012
Finding a Name - November 26, 2012
Russian Art Heists - November 19, 2012
Death and Rebirth of a Noble Art - November 5, 2012
Not a Prophet at Home - October 29, 2012
An Abstract Birth - October 22, 2012
Child Prodigies: Jef Banc - October 15, 2012
Unexpected Investment - October 8, 2012
Deception in Greece - October 1, 2012
How Long To Paint a Necktie? - September 24, 2012
Genealogical Consequences - September 17, 2012
$20 for a Renoir? - September 10, 2012
Military Consequences - September 3, 2012
Canadian Whiteout - August 27, 2012
In Steel, Delicate as Vivaldi - August 20, 2012
Crucial Encounters - August 13, 2012
An Arty Fish Tail - August 6, 2012
Art and a Paris Lunch - July 30, 2012
Humble and Heartbreak - July 23, 2012
The Unknown Cabbie - July 16, 2012
Rebirthing a Great Art Form - July 9, 2012
A Very Fishy Story - July 2, 2012
Hammer and Fire - June 25, 2012
Acts of God and the Art Market - June 18, 2012

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About Lawrence Jeppson

Lawrence Jeppson is an art consultant, organizer and curator of art exhibitions, writer, editor and publisher, lecturer, art historian, and appraiser. He is America's leading authority on modern, handwoven French tapestries. He is expert on the works of William Henry Clapp, Nat Leeb, Tsing-fang Chen, and several French artists.

He is founding president of the non-profit Mathieu Matégot Foundation for Contemporary Tapestry, whose purview encompasses all 20th-century tapestry, an interest that traces back to 1948. For many years he represented the Association des Peintres-Cartonniers de Tapisserie and Arelis in America.

Through the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, the American Federation of Arts, the Museum of Modern Art, and his own Art Circuit Services he has been a contributor to or organizer of more than 200 art exhibitions in the United States, Canada, Japan, and Taiwan. He owns AcroEditions, which publishes and/or distributes multiple-original art. He was co-founder and artistic director of Collectors' Investment Fund.

He is the director of the Spring Arts Foundation; Utah Cultural Arts Foundation, and the Fine Arts Legacy Foundation

Lawrence is an early-in-the-month home teacher, whose beat is by elevator. In addition, he has spent the past six years hosting and promoting reunions of the missionaries who served in the French Mission (France, Belgium, and Switzerland) during the decade after WWII.

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