In our fine art and antiques gallery in Lenox, Massachusetts you will find wonderful works of fine art, original drawings and paintings by Norman Rockwell, antiques, folk art and other collectibles for sale. Fine art and antiques may be found on our website although the collection is constantly changing. If you see fine art and antiques you like, please call us, and if you are in Berkshire County please stop in our gallery for a visit.
The Charles Flint Fine Art & Antiques Gallery has been in operation since 1978. In the early days the focus was on Antiques and American Folk Art. In the ensuing years Charlie’s gallery grew to include Shaker Furniture (he became one of the leading Shaker furniture dealers in the country) and American and European 18th and 19th century fine art paintings, including paintings and drawings by Norman Rockwell. His many years of close collaboration with the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA allowed him to build a unique expertise in Norman Rockwell and his art so that he is now a regular authenticator for the Museum. Not finished growing in fine art and antiques, Charles Flint Flint Art & Antiques Gallery has expanded more recently into 20th Century and Latin American art.
Charles Flint’s collecting passion started with antique bottles he found in local cellar holes as a boy growing up in Lee MA. His passion for collecting has never subsided but the scope has grown exponentially! In the following fifty years Charles Flint has built a thriving fine art and antique gallery, carefully studying and researching each new area of interest so that today he has both a broad and deep understanding of the fine art and antique market.
Charles Flint is very involved in the local community and has, over the years, sat on the boards of many local historical museums and institutes such as The Lenox Historical Society, Berkshire Historical Society (Arrowhead), Mount Lebanon New York Shaker Village (where he was Director for three years), The Berkshire Museum, Recording for the Blind, and the Antique Bottle Association. He currently sits on the board of the Bidwell House in Monterey MA, Arrowhead Museum (Berkshire Historical Society) and the Lee Bank Advisory Board. His fine art and antique appraisal and authentication services have also been used by the Norman Rockwell Museum, Hancock Shaker Village, Edith Wharton Restoration (The Mount), the Clark Institute of Art Conservatory in Williamstown MA, Insurance companies, and of course many countless private customers.
Charles Flint is a leading fine art appraiser and authenticator of original works of art by Norman Rockwell and he has built one of the largest private collections of photographs of Norman Rockwell’s life in the Berkshires.
Charles Flint is a member of the New England Appraisers Association in good standing. As a certified appraiser, Charles Flint can give you a clear idea of what your fine art, antiques or treasures are worth and how best to handle them. In addition to appraisals for important private collectors, insurance companies, banks and estates, Charles Flint has also done appraisal and authentication work for:
- Norman Rockwell Museum*
- Berkshire Museum
- Arrowhead (Berkshire Historical Society)
- Berkshire Museum
- Berkshire Athenaeum
- Clark Institute of Art Conservatory
- Edith Wharton Restoration (The Mount)
- Bidwell House Museum
- Hancock Shaker Village
- Mt. Lebanon Shaker Village
- and many other historical societies and libraries.
As a collector and fine art and antiques dealer, Charles Flint is always on the hunt for fine art, antiques, folk art, glass or other collectibles And recipes! He loves to cook and share his latest creations with friends and family. Charles Flint has six adult children and lives with his wife Joy in Lenox, MA.
Joy Flint joined the gallery in 2004. In addition to helping customers with their fine art and antique purchase decisions, Joy Flint manages all aspects of the gallery’s fine art and antique appraisal business as well as inventory management and on-line fine art and antique gallery listings for the new CharlesFlint.com web site.
Joy has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Tyler School of Art. Joy raised her two adult children in the Berkshires. Charlie and Joy were married in 2002.
Tonio joined Charles Flint Fine Art and Antiques Gallery in 2011 and focuses primarily on fine art sales. He has had a life-long interest in fine art and is now able to marry this interest with his business background. Tonio spent four years as director of Marketing, Language and Culture Programs, at the Lauder Institute, Wharton’s dual degree MBA/MA program at the University of Pennsylvania. He launched his first company in 2000 to bring German companies to the US. Notable ventures included a German language TV channel called GermanTV and IOSONO Inc., a revolutionary audio technology where he was their first CEO. Prior Tonio spent seven years in Germany working for W.L. Gore and Hill-Rom.
Tonio is the founder and president of Carowik Inc., makers of the Wizzy Wrap™, an innovative way to wrap gifts with fabrics (www.wizzywrap.com)
Tonio is a graduate of Bowdoin College and holds an MBA from the Wharton School and an MA in International Studies as a graduate of the Lauder Institute. He speaks German and Portuguese and lives with his wife and three children in the beautiful Berkshires.
Meet Nancy, the newest member of our gallery! Nancy has spent the last 20 years in the Berkshires, raising two girls and working in the Healthcare and other industries. Most recently Nancy was the office manager at the venerable Lenox Club handling special events, back office and customer service. At the gallery she is responsible for keeping us organized, the bills paid, and the place running smoothly.
A native of New York City, Nancy attended Pace University. Nancy is an avid swimmer and active volunteer in the Pittsfield school system.
A lifelong interest in fine art and antiques brought Arline Reilly to work in the gallery on Saturdays. She spends the rest of her time creating and maintaining many beautiful gardens as “Arline Reilly, Garden Artist.”