Title: Art Dealer
Company: New World Art Services
Location: Dixon, Illinois, United States
Marianne Huber, Art Dealer at New World Art Services, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in art dealing, appraising and consulting.
With a distinguished aptitude in the appraising industry, Ms. Huber has built a career based in the art industry. One of the highlights in her career has been providing an appraisal of an item that was worth much more than the person who owned it had imagined. Being able to contribute this knowledge to the field has been a remarkable experience for her. She originally became involved in this profession due to her husband, who loved Mexico and Mexican art. Together, they moved to Mexico City so he could attend Mexico City College. Ms. Huber received her own education at Cardinal Stritch University, earning a Bachelor of Arts in 1958. She is certified by the Appraisers’ Association of America.
Early in her career, Ms. Huber worked as a teacher at the St. Andrew Catholic Grade School and at the Garside School in Mexico City. Since 1963, she has worked as an art dealer, consultant and appraiser with her company, Huber Primitive Art. In 1993, she founded and became the president of New World Art Services. In addition, she has served as an expert for Heritage Auctions since 2010. Ms. Huber’s expertise has also been tapped as a participant in the Maya Meetings and as an affiliate with Naprstek Museum, the Indianapolis Museum of Art and the Freeport Art Museum.
On a more creative side, Ms. Huber has been involved as a translator for “The Frida Kahlo Papers,” and it the author and co-producer of “The Maya Calendar” and “Nebaj, Cotzal and Chajul.” She published “Echoes of a Distant Flute” in 1984 and has contributed to “The Cuna” among writing for and producing numerous exhibitions. Since 2005, she has been on the library board of the National Museum of Women in the Arts. She has previously served as a governor of the International Platform Association and been affiliated with the League of Women Voters, the National Women’s History Museum, the Appraisers Association of America, the American Society of Appraisers, the Phidian Society, the Illinois Democratic Women, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Delta Epsilon Sigma.
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