Lecture and Lunch with Lluria Vizcaya Museum Miami

Miami, FL, August 21, 2007 --(PR.com)-- Juan P. Lluria, Art Historian, presented a lecture on Mme de Pompadour and the Arts at Vizcaya Museum. Mr. Lluria spoke for 1.5 hours to a packed house at the converted garage meeting room at the Vizcaya Museum. Vizcaya was honoring its volunteer guides and Mr. Lluria presented in what has become a much-anticipated annual event.

Mr. Lluria lecturing talents are in much demand and on rare occasion such as this the public gets to see his exquisite knowledge of French history in action. His lecture circuit competes with his personal property appraisal business Lluria Fine Arts Services, which keeps him extremely busy. Mr. Lluria is a Master Appraiser with the International Appraisers Association based in Miami of which he is a co-founder.

When asked for a comment after his lecture Mr. Lluria expressed the wish that he could lecture more on "the 18th Century, a period that still sets a standard for us today in the art of civilized living." The museum's guests, who are volunteer guides, shared a light lunch with Mr. Lluria afterwards in what turned out to be a beautiful Miami day. In the afternoon Mr. Lluria gave a private tour of the Vizcaya museum.

Mr. Lluria may be contacted at jplluria@bellsouth.net or at (305) 446 6542. He may also be contacted at the International Appraisers Association (IAA) in Miami, Florida, (305) 479 7850, email: info@iappai.com , or mail: International Appraisers Association Inc., P.O. Box 144232, Coral Gables, Florida 33114.

International Appraisers Association Inc.
Evin Daly
(305) 479 7850