Rose Littlejohn
President, Owner | R.R.L. Fine Art
Roseramey Littlejohn Showcases Professional Accomplishments through Worldwide Branding
Roseramey Littlejohn has four decades of experience in art collecting

NEW YORK, September 12, 2014, Roseramey Littlejohn, President and Owner of R.R.L. Fine Art, has been recognized by Worldwide Branding for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in fine arts.

With 40 years of experience in her field, Ms. Littlejohn is known for her expertise in art restoration. Over the course of her career, she has restored pieces all over the world, including London, Prague, Paris, and Germany. As the owner of her very own fine arts business, she is tasked with managing operations, setting up showrooms, overseeing exhibitions for private clients, and selling art.

R.R.L. Fine Art deals primarily with early 19th and 20th century fine art, impressionist and post-impressionist art, and German expressionist sculptures, including Edgar Degas, Ossip Zadkine and Michael Henry. Ms. Littlejohn’s experience living in Europe served as a catalyst to propel her even further into the art field. She was able to make essential contacts while living there, had an excellent mentor and met Dali Miro Chagall David.

While pursuing a master's degree, Ms. Littlejohn had to design her own program at New York University. The mentor that she learned from and made friends with helped her design it; he was in conservation and restoration, and helped her get in the right place and learn the ropes to build her own program of study. Ms. Littlejohn attributes her success to her mother, who maintained an excellent art collection.

When she was 12 years old, Ms. Littlejohn found copper-lined trunks in her attic that were filled with the most magnificent gray paper manuscripts that her great great-grandmother acquired from relatives that lived in Europe; they were luxury pieces that didn't get displayed. Ms. Littlejohn was fascinated by the work and used to go all around Europe to find old papers, the ones she received were usually torn and had missing parts or holes, and she would dissolve, build and replace them. She became involved in her profession because of these early experiences.

In the years ahead, Ms. Littlejohn plans to belong to every museum on call for any major catastrophes and help the police with stolen artifacts. She also wants to find other major works of art that are not outrageous, and help to exhibit and expose four underappreciated artists. In addition, she has 800 art pieces that she would like to make well known.

Rose Littlejohn
President, Owner
R.R.L. Fine Art
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