I haven’t posted anything in a long while. I have two beautiful new aquatints for sale. An aquatint is an etching made by dipping a metal plate, usually copper or zinc, in a nitric acid bath after an asphaltum coating … Continue reading
Haven’t reached out in seven months. Egads, where does time go? So the world keeps on spinning, no physical, tangible universe shows in about fifteen months now on this covid logged planet. But we are all trying to hang in … Continue reading
It has been a trying time for everybody in the entire world, antique dealers are no different. I just got word that the Palm Spring Modernism Fall Show has now been officially cancelled. It makes me wonder if we will … Continue reading
It’s getting hot out here. Not an ideal time to be recuperating from minor heart surgery, not like we get much choice in these kinds of matters. The tank is definitely on fumes, lets see if we can turn it … Continue reading
I have some excellent new material in the shop, starting with this lovely 25 x 30″ Maurice Braun (1877-1941) landscape of the San Diego back country. I actually featured this painting in the 2003 Native Palette The early painters of … Continue reading
I have a lot of new inventory to share with you, much of it modern. I have been working with the Dorothy Stratton King estate for about a year and have been focussed on her prints. Heather was sweet enough … Continue reading
Well, between Chanukah, Christmas, extended bouts with my mortality and a hospitalization or two, the show and mortgage must go on! Hope that everybody is having a nice holiday and hasn’t gained too much weight eating cookies and watching sports. … Continue reading
I am so pleased to announce that the gallery has been entrusted to sell a wonderful collection of western art including etchings and original works by Edward Borein, Maynard Dixon, John Moyers, Olaf Weighorst and Joe DeYoung as well as … Continue reading
The gallery is bursting with new inventory. I will tempt you with a few things and add more stuff all week. Like these two beautiful Robert Crowder panels painted in the Nihonga style. We have another large paper screen currently … Continue reading
Rico Lebrun – 1947
The Palm Springs Modernism show is fast approaching. The Winter show will have an opening night gala on February 16 and run through the 19th, a Monday. The show is held at the beautiful Palm Springs Convention Center. You can find more information on the show here.
Madelaine Pereny – Mabel, oil on canvas
I have been getting some very interesting material for the show, including a beautiful mixed media drawing from 1947 by Rico Lebrun. This work on paper is in what appears to be its original frame, which measures 24 x 30″. A fabulous example of this pivotal artist’s work.
A wild surrealist canvas signed Ian.
Beatrice Levy – Through the old gate, 1916 Aquatint etching
Dorothy Stratton – Traffic face
Other new works include pieces by Mina Pulsifer, Beatrice Levy, Francis DeErdely, Dorothy Stratton King, Roy Eskridge, John Sloan, Irene Emker, Cornelis Botke, Leonard Edmondson, Madelaine Pereny, Roger Kuntz and Barney Reid.
Really too much to list.
Barney Reid – Sunday, 1981
I will try to put pictures on the website by the end of next week. As you know, I have been doing modernism shows for well over two decades. I tend to bring a wider mix then most. Last year I even sold an indian basket. This year I will have a beautiful piece of Georg Jensen silver and a mammoth vase from Newcomb College. Hope that you can come see the show!