A giant in the field of American Antiques has passed from the scene. Albert Sack is dead at the age of 94. In a field characterized by its fragmentation, Albert Sack was a unifier, a scholar, a much-loved mentor, an incomparable leader and a legendary dealer whose hand guided many of the best collections, public and private, in the field of American decorative art. To say that he will be missed is inadequate; Albert Sack is irreplaceable. With his departure the curtain has closed on a seminal era in the appreciation and collection of American antiques.
Kent D. Anderson