Upcoming Shows


Our upcoming showcases are listed below by date. At these shows, you can see and purchase featured artworks.


Saturday, April 02, 2016 through Sunday, April 03, 2016

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. Here is the website for the fair:http://www.capitalartprintfair.com/ PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR FREE ADMISSION

Thursday, September 22, 2016 through Sunday, September 25, 2016

CLEVELAND FINE PRINT FAIR
Location:  Cleveland Museum of Art

We are pleased to be returning to this wonderful fair after a one year hiatus. As always we have been busy adding to our inventory with a selection unmatched in all of our previous years. Some highlights are several early prints by Will Barnet, Peggy Bacon, "Dance at the League", Thomas Hart Benton, "Wreck of the Ol' '97", John Steuart Curry "Mississippi Noah", Stuart Davis " Theatre on the Beach" Childe Hassam, "Lion Gardiner House", Paul Landacre "The Press", Martin Lewis " Rain on Murray Hill" and several other of his important prints, Raphael Soyer "The Mission", Benton Spruance "American Pattern Barn" , "Forward Pass"-Grant Wood - "Approaching Storm. Please return to this listing for further updates. As always there will be a fine selection of French color prints, American art of the 1930's as well as a large selection of white line color woodcuts in the Provincetown tradition by the contemporary printmaker, Kate Hanlon. An exceptional selection will be available in all price ranges. Hopefully, something for everyone.

Wednesday, November 02, 2016 through Sunday, November 06, 2016

26th 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 Bottini, Frank Morley Fletcher, Ada Gilmore, Mabel Hewitt, Edna Boies Hopkins, Ethel Mars, Margaret Patterson, Luigi Rist, Wuanita Smith, Maude Hunt Squire, and Carl Thiemann. ---- This year we will have over many new WPA works mostly done for the New York City Project-----We will also have our finest selection ever of early social realist works from the 1930's including many works by George Bellows, Thomas Hart Benton, Glenn O. Coleman, Howard Cook, 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 -"Three Love Birds"---Lou Barlow - "Jitterbugs"---Thomas Hart Benton-"Wreck of the Ol '97"---Letterio Calapai-"Labor in a Diesel Plant"----Howard Cook- "Hudson River Bridge"---- Howard Cook- "Lower Manhattan"---- John Steuart Curry -"John Brown" ---John DeMartelly- "White Pastures"---Gerald Geerlings, "Jewelled City"---Paul Landacre "The Press" and "Counterpoint" Martin Lewis- "Passing Storm" Rain on Murray Hill, ----Raphael Soyer "The Mission"--- Benton Spruance - "American Pattern Barn" , "Forward Pass"---- Grant Wood - "Approaching Storm-- A lovely group of French color prints done c. 1900 including work by Drian, Gatier, Helleu, Jenniot, Legrand, Muller, Osterlind, 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

Friday, November 18, 2016 through Sunday, November 20, 2016

The Flint Print Fair
Location:  Flint Institute of Arts

This exceptional fair features three local Michigan dealers along with four or so others from across the country. We will have a selection of prints from about $200 to several thousands. Our inventory is geared for the casual as well as the sophisticated collector. The Flint Institute of Arts is a real treasure within one hour of the Detroit area. Some of the items we will be featuring will be: -----We will also have our finest selection ever of early social realist works from the 1930's including many works by George Bellows, Thomas Hart Benton, Glenn O. Coleman, Howard Cook, 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 -"Three Love Birds"---Lou Barlow - "Jitterbugs"---Thomas Hart Benton-"Wreck of the Ol '97"---Letterio Calapai-"Labor in a Diesel Plant"----Howard Cook- "Hudson River Bridge"---- Howard Cook- "Lower Manhattan"---- John Steuart Curry -"John Brown" ---John DeMartelly- "White Pastures"---Gerald Geerlings, "Jewelled City"---Paul Landacre "The Press" and "Counterpoint" Martin Lewis- "Passing Storm" Rain on Murray Hill, ----Raphael Soyer "The Mission"--- Benton Spruance - "American Pattern Barn" , "Forward Pass"---- Grant Wood - "Approaching Storm-- A lovely group of French color prints done c. 1900 including work by Drian, Gatier, Helleu, Jenniot, Legrand, Muller, Osterlind, Ranft, Robbe, and Villon. We look forward to seeing you at this wonderful fair.


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