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|In their own words: Quent Cordair Fine Art was established by artist Quent Cordair in 1996. As a premier provider of contemporary Romantic Realism in painting, sculpture and drawing, QCFA has grown to serve an international clientele of private and corporate collectors. -- https://www.cordair.com/|
QCFA represents about 30 different artists. Perhaps the best known is Nick Gaetano who created many of the covers for recent editions of Ayn Rand's books, including Atlas Shrugged, and The Virtue of Selfishness. He is the creator of the U.S.P.S. 33-cent Ayn Rand commemorative.
The works of Bryan Larsen are also found all over the Objectivist blogscape in thumbnails such as this: The gallery offers original paintings, and prints and posters from them. They also present sculpture, including fountains. The prices are surprisingly affordable: originals in the tens of thousands, prints in the mid-hundreds, posters in low hundreds. They are willing to work out zero-interest financing. Catalogs are $20 and I bought four. One for myself and three for colleagues as gifts.
"Wanting to own a painting or piece of sculpture is not a matter of prestige — as too often is thought. It is your lifeline to the very world you yourself are seeking to create through your own work. To own a painting or piece of sculpture that captures your view of the world is not megalomania. It is an expression of your own desire for happiness." -- Sylvia Bokor
Added by Michael E. Marotta on 6/27/2007, 7:35pm