With many years of experience, David W. Streets — Fine Art and Celebrity Memorabilia Advisor and Appraiser of Beverly Hills — has helped thousands of clients make the perfect, personal fine art selections for their homes, businesses or corporate collections worldwide.
David W. Streets is Los Angeles’ leading appraiser of all genres of fine art and celebrity memorabilia. He is also often called upon as an expert witness in litigation involving fine art and celebrity memorabilia. For over 25 years, Streets has appraised collections for banks, attorneys, insurance companies, and individuals.
Streets also serves as an appraiser, consultant and coordinator of celebrity memorabilia and rare items featured on NBC’s new show It's Worth What?, produced by Merv Griffin Productions and created by Lara Spencer.
Never pushy or hard sell, David delights his customers with his lavish attention and professional savvy. Street’s collectors include first time buyers, serious collectors, major corporations, American Presidents, politicians, foreign dignitaries and famous celebrities.
David is frequently called upon to advise major museums, auction houses, insurance/trust companies, banks, corporate and individual collectors with his opinions and advice. David invites you to call upon him to advise you on your fine art and celebrity memorabilia needs.
Whether for advice on art investment or art collecting, for appraisal or for liquidating your collection, David W. Streets is proven to be a respected and trusted Advisor in Fine Art and Memorabilia.
David has been featured on CBS, CNN, NBC, KNBS TV, BRAVO, HBO, THE INSIDER, ACCESS HOLLYWOOD, E! ENTERTAINMENT and in publications including TIME, PEOPLE, Architectural Digest, CelebLife Magazine, Beverly Hills 90210, Celebrity Society, The Beverly Hills Courier, The LA Times, CSQ Quarterly, Entertainment Today, Fine Arts LA, Westside Today, LA Confidential, Haute Living, The Malibu Times, Art Business News, and Art News.
Current projects and clients:
- "IT'S WORTH WHAT"- NBC and Merv Griffin Productions
- Warner Brothers Studios
- The Screen Actors Guild
- Peter Max
- Temple Beth Emet in Anaheim, CA
- The Estate of Michael Jackson
- The Estate of Robert Goulet
- The Estate of Jack Kevorkian
- The Estate of Sammy Davis, Jr.
- Patrick Shriver-Schwarzenegger
- Farahani Law Firm
- Julien's Auctions
- Heritage Auctions
- I.M. Chait Auctions
- and numerous collectors and individuals
David Streets was named
“Power Person of Los Angeles” by CELEBLIFE Magazine.
Latest News:Click here to view Dr. Kevorkian's oil paintings
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David W. Streets has been retained by the estate of Dr. Jack Kevorkian to coordinate the sale of his historic collection of 13 paintings and important personal papers/items. The sale will take place at the New York Institute of Technology in New York City on October 28th, 2011 with a preview on October 27th, 2011. A Los Angeles preview is also being planned.
The auction will include his famous "Death Machine", blue sweater and personal items, important paperwork, and the thirteen paintings which have been on display at the Alma Museum in Boston. Please contact us for further information and details. Dr. Kevorkian left the bulk of his estate to find a cure of Pediatric Cancer to which this sale will benefit. Click here to view a full listing of all items for sale.
David Streets recently appeared on CBS News Los Angeles to share some of Kevorkian's paintings. Read the full article and watch the video.
Watch for the Grand Opening of our new offices and gallery event space at 8712 Wilshire Blvd; Beverly Hills, CA 90211 in FALL 2011....on-site parking, New Orleans style courtyard, elevator, event space and appraisal office.
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David W. Streets ~ Beverly Hills Fine Art
is a leading appraiser of fine art and celebrity memorabilia