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About Us

Kevin Zweyer Anderson, AAA, President of Anderson Fine Art Appraisals, is a specialist appraiser of Contemporary, Modern, Impressionist,19th Century Art and Old Masters.

As a Certified Appraiser, the Appraisers Association of America’s highest designation, he has appraised thousands of works of art over a career of thirty years. He joined the AAA in 1989 and has practiced continually since that time in New York and Los Angeles. Anderson now serves on the National Board of Directors of the Appraisers Association for the 2018/2020 term and is Co-Chair of the Education Committee. He is USPAP compliant through October 18, 2020.

Anderson received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Purchase College, New York. He has been a respected member of the art trade since1985, commencing his career at Hammer Galleries in New York City. He was the Director of Hammer Graphics from 1986 to 1989 before joining the European and American paintings department. He returned to his native Los Angeles in 1992 and held director and curatorial positions at two Beverly Hills galleries until 1997. He established Anderson Galleries-Beverly Hills in 1998 specializing in19th and 20th Century European masters. Anderson has written,lectured and organized numerous exhibitions on the art of this period.

Anderson is also a member of The Art and Antique Dealers League of America and the Confederation Internationale des Negociants en Oeuvres D’Art (CINOA). Anderson is a Library Reader at the Getty Research Institute in Brentwood, California.

Kevin works with Joyce Levin Anderson, his wife and partner in AFAA. They have three children, Ian, Sarah and Darci.

What are the Qualifications of a Certified Appraiser?

Certified Membership represents the highest level of accomplishment for members of the Appraisers Association. Certified Members have the most extensive level of expertise, qualifying education and a minimum of ten years of experience as an appraiser of personal property, specializing in the fine or decorative arts. Certified Members are distinguished by “AAA” after their name.

The Appraisers Association’s requirements for Certified Membership align with the Personal Property Appraiser Qualification Criteria established by The Appraisal Foundation (TAF). TAF is a congressionally mandated organization that oversees the valuation profession.

AFAA Institutional Clients Include:

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

The Huntington Museum and Gardens

Santa Barbara Museum of Art

Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena

Museum of Contemporary Art , Los Angeles

Paramount Pictures

Gucci, Beverly Hills

Occidental Petroleum

Borro Private Finance

Commerce Casino

Combined Properties

Long Beach Public Library

LA Department of Water and Power