• Welcome

    A New Way To Acquire Fine Art

  • The Serrace® Sales System

    Why It's Revolutionary

  • The Components

    Working With Projects

  • The Innovation

    Virtually See Before You Buy

What's Hot?


Two Ways to See Art in Your Room


Use the FAE App and this target to view artwork on your wall through a smart phone or tablet


Use ArtTracker and this target to view artwork on your wall and manipulate it on your PC

Pick of the Day!

Pen & Ink on Paper
19 x 25 in. (Paper Size)
Listing no. 212
Photo for Welcome to FAE’s Collections Blog

Welcome to FAE’s Collections Blog


Welcome and thank you for taking the time to explore FineArtEstates.com and FAE’s Collections and Artists’ Estates Blogs.  These Blogs are where each participating dealer can post articles about the collections and estates they are offering on the FAE website.  Here, you will find:

  • The announcement of a newly published collection or artist estate on FAE
  • The relevance or significance of a collection or artist estate
  • The history of a collection or an artist’s biography
  • A focus piece on a special work from a collection or a major estate work that’s just been offered

Dealers have the option to post an article on both the collections and artists’ estates blogs monthly.  Articl...

Read More on FAE's Collections Blog »
Photo for Drawings from the Estate of Everett Franklin Spruce

Drawings from the Estate of Everett Franklin Spruce


Valley House Gallery and Sculpture Garden is pleased to represent Henry Spruce in the sale of a selection of his father’s drawings directly from the artist’s estate.

Everett Franklin Spruce (1908-2002)

Everett Franklin Sprucewas born in Holland, Arkansas on December 25, 1907.  When Spruce was 4 years old his father moved the family to Adams Mountain in Pope County and then later to Mulberry, Arkansas, where Spruce attended high school.  Spruce showed artistic talent during these early years, primarily in the drawings he did of the Arkansas landscape.  His abilities were called to the attention of Olin and Katherine Travis who were both noted Dallas painters.  The Travises had established the Dallas Art In...

Read More on FAE's Artists' Estates Blog »