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Robert M. Quilter

A native of Montreal, Robert Quilter received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Maryland.  For thirty three years he worked for the Baltimore City government as an architect, design review coordinator and city planner. In 1993 he decided to venture into the antiques business as a side line. Bringing his design expertise to the art and antiques market has proven to be a successful effort with a large and growing customer base.


Upon retirement from The Baltimore City Department of Planning in 2012, Mr. Quilter purchased a former antiques shop at 829 North Howard Street on Baltimore's historic Antique Row. Five years of full renovation work produced a new home for Robert M. Quilter Fine Arts.  The 1840's Greek Revival building is in the Mount Vernon neighborhood, just north of Downtown and close to world class institutions, fine shopping and dining. The business has steadily grown in the Mid Atlantic area and Mr. Quilter has consistently participated in Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington area shows. 

Since 1993, Robert M. Quilter Fine Arts has strived to present its customer base quality offerings at reasonable prices.  By quality - good design, craftsmanship and presentation. By reasonable - competitive and  value-driven.  All pieces in the collection have been evaluated as to authenticity, historical context and cultural relevance. Recognising the broad base of the cultural world, unusual or one-of-a-kind objects are a specialty of the gallery.

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