Pollon Art - Contemporary Australian Aboriginal Art


Based in New York City, Pollon Art provides Australian Aboriginal art advisory and art appraisal services.

Founder, Miriam Grundy, offer clients her intimate knowledge and experience in Australian Aboriginal art, gathered through extensive professional experience in both the primary and secondary art markets

Aboriginal art appraisals prepared by Miriam comply with the highest standards in the field, known as Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, or USPAP. All appraisals adhere to the strict code of professionalism and ethics set out by USPAP.

Miriam can perform appraisals for Australian Indigenous and non-Indigenous art for the following purposes:

Fine art insurance
Damage and loss insurance claims
Charitable contributions and gifts
Estate tax liability
Disposition of collections or individual works


New York, New York
United States

Neighborhood: Lower East Side
View Phone(323) 899-2787
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Years in Business: 3 years
Number of Employees: 1
Additional Locations: Sydney
  1. Features
  1. Exhibitions, Appraisals, Collection Management, Advisory, Interior Design Collaborations, Resale and Research.

Services & Specialties: Acquisitions, Advisory Services, Authenticity Determination, Certified Appraisals, Collection Management, Donation, Exhibition & Museum Loans, Existing Inventory for Sale, Informal Valuation, Interior Design, Locating Art for Purchase, Private Collection Advisory, Private Viewing Gallery Access, Provenance & Title Research, Research, Sales, Secondary Market, Site Visits, Valuation for Sale, Valuations for Private Sales

Additional Information

Taking New Clients?: Yes

Willing to Travel?: Yes

Works with New Collectors?: Yes

Affiliations: USPAP accredited 2015-17
Art Consultants Association of Australia

Key Personnel: Founder, Miriam Grundy

Background of Key Personnel: Having stated her career in the commercial sector, founder, Miriam Grundy has worked with some of the most respected art galleries and private dealers in Australia, including Tim Olsen, Tim Goodman, and most recently, Adrian Newstead, who is regarded as one of the world’s top experts on Aboriginal art and bark paintings.

Miriam trained at the College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales where she obtained her BA in Art History and French, and her MA in Arts Administration.

Fee Structure: POA