Roslyn Bakst Goldman and John L. Goldman have been collectors of graphic art since the 1960s. A graduate of Cornell University and the University of Rochester, Roslyn has been an appraiser of fine art for 38 years, specializing in prints, and served as president of the Appraiser’s Association of America.

A Socially Acceptable Form of Addiction

Tom Huck, Dollar Dance (2001), woodcut, 52 x 38 inches. Courtesy of the artist.

Print collecting is a socially acceptable form of addiction. It can come to dominate one’s life, demanding time, travel and money. So it has been with us, since shortly after we married in 1959. As newlyweds we lived in northern New Jersey while John was in the Army, and we spent time in New York City exploring the art scene …Read More