The New York Academy of Art presents a lecture by fine art insurance specialist Laura Murphy Doyle. An invaluable presentation for both art collectors and working artists, Doyle will discuss all issues related to the acquisition, handling and storage of art pieces, including packing and transit conditions, ephemeral materials, common mistakes, ideal displays and the Visual Artist’s Rights Act
Laura Murphy Doyle attended the University of Richmond in Richmond, Virginia and the University of bristol in Florence, Italy, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History with a focus on Fine Art Management. Laura has a certificate in Appraisal Studies of fine and Decorative Arts from New York University in New York City. As the National Fine Art and Collections Specialist at Chubb, Doyle services high value collectors by consulting on risk mitigation for fine art, antiques, jewelry and collectibles. She is responsible for developing New Collector Services, including valuation reviews, review of consignment and loan agreements, advisory on packing, shipping, disaster planning and collection management, and referrals to fine art professionals such as art handlers and conservators. She is a member of the Arts & Records Committee of the Inland Marine Underwriter’s Association, ArtTable and the Appraisers Association of America.