Our upcoming showcases are listed below by date. At these shows, you can see
and purchase featured artworks.
Friday, November 22, 2013
Sunday, November 24, 2013
5th ANNUAL FLINT PRINT FAIR
Location:  Flint Institute of Arts,1120 Kearsley Street, Flint, MI
This small print fair features the work of six print dealers with several thousand
works for sale. . There is also a website for the fair at:
Karen and I will be bringing approximately 1200 prints to the fair. Some of the highlights include:
A large selection of color woodblock “Arts and Crafts” prints
including several by Ada Gilmore, Mabel Hewit, Edna Hopkins, Ethel Mars,
and Maude Squire---
African-American artists and images---
An expanded selection of European and British prints including many wonderful
color aquatints by French artists done at the turn of the century---
Social realist and regionalist imagery of the 1930’s and 1940’s by
American printmakers including, Thomas Hart Benton, Howard Cook,
John Steuart Curry, Mabel Dwight, Rockwell Kent, Martin Lewis, Kyra
Markham, Robert Riggs, Raphael Soyer, Grant Wood, and numerous others.---
A nice selection of prints by Michigan artists---
Prints are available in a wide range of prices from a few hundred to several
thousand dollars. We take pride in working with beginning as well as advanced collectors.
A preview of our offerings can be found on our expanded website with over 3100 items at www.paramourfinearts.com
Our email address is EdOgul@ParamourFineArts.com
Please do not hesitate to request that we bring a particular print from our inventory to the fair We will do our best to accommodate your interests.
We look forward to our return visit to Flint and seeing you again
Saturday, April 05, 2014
Sunday, April 06, 2014
CAPITAL ART FAIR
Location:  Rosslyn Westpark Holiday Inn
A unique event in the Washington DC area. Capital Art is an art fair that features affordable high quality original art. The fair has 20+ distinguished dealers from across the United States and Canada with expertise and inventory ranging from Albrecht Durer to Jim Dine. This is the only art fair in the Washington D.C. area where an extraordinary range of fine art will be available for collectors, museums, and the curious to purchase.
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Sunday, September 28, 2014
CLEVELAND FINE PRINT FAIR
Location:  The Atrium at the Cleveland Museum of Art
This long running print fair (in its 30th year) is a really special opportunity to see the finest works on paper.
Karen and I will be bringing approximately 1000 prints including some 250 new arrivals to the fair. Some of the highlights include:
A large selection of color woodblock “Arts and Crafts” prints including several by Mabel Hewit, Edna Hopkins, Ethel Mars, and Maude Squire---
African-American artists and images---
An expanded selection of British and French prints including several wonderful color aquatints by T.F. Simon done at the turn of the century---
Social realist, regionalist, and WPA prints of the 1930’s and 1940’s by American printmakers including, Thomas Hart Benton, Howard Cook, John Steuart Curry, Mabel Dwight, Wanda Gag, Rockwell Kent, Martin Lewis, Kyra Markham, Robert Riggs, Raphael Soyer, Grant Wood and numerous others---
A nice selection of prints by Cleveland artists---
A preview of our offerings can be found on our expanded website with
over 3000 items at www.paramourfinearts.com.---
Our email address is EdOgul@ParamourFineArts.com.
Please do not hesitate to request that we bring a particular print from our inventory to the fair. We will do our best to accommodate your interests.
We look forward to our return visit to Cleveland and seeing you again. Please also visit the website for the show at: www.PrintClubCleveland.org.
Wednesday, November 05, 2014
Sunday, November 09, 2014
24th ANNUAL IFPDA PRINT FAIR
Location:  The Park Avenue Armory (Park Avenue at 67th Street)
THE FINEST PRINT FAIR OF ITS TYPE IN THE WORLD-----------We will be featuring a large group of 20th century international color woodcuts & linocuts including work by Sybil Andrews, George Botini, Frank Morley Fletcher, Ada Gilmore, Mabel Hewitt, Edna Boies Hopkins, Ethel Mars, Margaret Patterson, Luigi Rist, Wuanita Smith, Maude Hunt Squire, and Carl Thiemann. ---------------------We will also have a large selection of early social realist works from the 1930's including many works by George Bellows, Thomas Hart Benton, Glenn O. Coleman, Howard Cook, Salvador Dali, "St George and the Dragon" Mabel Dwight, Don Freeman, Isac Friedlander, Wanda Gag, Martin Lewis, Louis Lozowick, Harry Mack, Kyra Markham, Angelo Pinto, John Sloan, Raphael Soyer,(EARLY HAND COLORED LITHOGRAPHS), Benton Spruance, and Grant Wood. Other items of note are the following: Ivan Albright - "Showcase Doll"----George Bellows -
Howard Cook - '"Brooklyn Bridge"---- Howard Cook- "Financial District"---- Howard Cook- "Hudson River Bridge"---- Howard Cook- "Lower Manhattan"---- John Steuart Curry -"John Brown" & "Mississippi Noah"---- John DeMartelly- "White Pastures"----Lawrence - "The Martin Lewis- "Passing Storm", Fifth Avenue Bridge", Chance Meeting", "Corner Shadows"---- Louis Lozowick- "Through Brooklyn Bridge Cables", "Manhattan Bridge"--- Kyra Markham- "Nightclub"---- Benton Spruance -"Forward Pass"---- Grant Wood - "Approaching Storm--- A lovely group of French color prints done c. 1900 including work by Drian, Gatier, Helleu, Jenniot, Lunois, Muller, Ranft, Robbe, and Villon. An expanded offering of British and European prints with several fine images by Bonnard, Brockhurst, Goerge, Laboureur, and Zorn. Over 200 black and white woodcuts and wood engravings including a a large group by Rockwell Kent. . A fine group of etchings by James Tissot. . Several exceptional images by many little known 20th century printmakers.-------------- --PLEASE VISIT THIS SITE FOR FURTHER UPDATES AND ALSO THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE AT : /www.ifpda.org/content/print-fair