Arts
11:27 am
Fri May 31, 2013

Good fortune and staggering loss during "Antiqiues Roadshow's" 13th season opener on Monday

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW, with host Mark L. Walberg, opens its lucky 13th season in Palm Springs, California, with a mix of great good fortune and an equally staggering loss. At one extreme, ROADSHOW experts discover the most valuable object ever appraised on the series: a 1937 painting by noted American abstract expressionist Clyfford Still — received as a housewarming gift — conservatively estimated to be worth $500,000. At the other, collector Jim McCarty invites ROADSHOW viewers to join the hunt for stolen works from his private collection of California plein air paintings.

"Antiques Roadshow" airs on Monday, June 10th at 7:00 p.m. on channel 3 and channel 3-1.

At ANTIQUES ROADSHOW in Palm Springs, California, a guest learns a 1937 painting by noted American Abstract Expressionist Clyfford Still, received as a housewarming gift, is conservatively estimated to be worth $500,000.
At ANTIQUES ROADSHOW in Palm Springs, California, a guest learns a 1937 painting by noted American Abstract Expressionist Clyfford Still, received as a housewarming gift, is conservatively estimated to be worth $500,000.