1155 Westminster Street
Providence, RI 02909)
Vallot Auctioneers was founded in 2003 as a fine art specialty auction house in lower Manhattan. Vallot’s was one of the first specialized fine art auction houses in Manhattan.
Vallot has sold works both at public auction and in private sales of important collections and noted works of art, setting numerous artist records.
We were one of the first auction houses to broadcast live online auctions. Auctions in the early 2000’s included live internet bidding. Some of the first auctions happened at the Salmagundi Art Club in New York where Vallot also auctioned important works from the club’s private collection.
Vallot’s focus has always been on bringing quality artworks and objects to the market and being an accessible and an easy forum for consignors and bidders.
We are still real people with real expertise, not just a computer program or platform. We are are in possession of every lot we sell because we don’t believe you can do an honest job as an auctioneer without inspecting and examining each lot.
In 2019 we moved our principal place of business to Providence Rhode Island. As we continue to grow and expand, we will continue to introduce new innovative ways to conduct our auctions and we always welcome your feedback.
Michael Dym has had a multifaceted career in fine art and auction sales. He has written numerous articles and lectured on forgery and the auction market. He has worked with numerous prestigious collections and estates. He has served on and was a founding board member of several noted art organizations including: The Print Club of NY, Printed Matter NY and The National Arts Club, just to name a few . In addition to his work as a fine art auctioneer Michael has represented several noted artists and collectors in art law matters and art collecting. Contact Michael