David Allen has been buying, trading, and appraising prints, antiques, and silver since 1974. These activities extend through the United States and Europe. He has exhibited at major antique and print shows across the United States. He publishes a catalogue of American Prints once a year, and his expertise has earned him a fine reputation in the local antique community where he is actively involved.
Established in 1971, our interests have broadened over the years and our inventory includes over 8,000 works from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries, with the focus on American printmaking. Our specialties include color woodcut, modernist prints and abstract expressionist prints of the 1940s and 1950s. The Annex Galleries proudly represents the estates of Gustave Baumann, Edmond Casarella, Bernard Childs, Augusta Rathbone and William S. Rice.
Armstrong Fine Art is dedicated to presenting superior works of late 19th and early 20th century French art on paper. At times you will find works by high-profile artists such as Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Pierre Bonnard, Henri Matisse and James Jacques Tissot. However, we are known for our particular interest in the color, the unusual, and the experimental. We always carry works by artists such as Edgar Chahine, Henri Riviere, Richard Ranft, Jean-Emile Laboureur, Bernard Boutet-de-Monvel, just to name a few. Last, but not least, we show a select few talented representational contemporary printmakers.
We offer a wide range of works of art on paper from 1500 to the present. Offerings to institutions and private clients have been by known and not-so-well known artists from North America and Europe with particular attention to interesting techniques and aesthetic worth. Some specialty subjects include Whistler and circle; Modern French color prints 1880-1920, Pont-Aven and North American prints 1900-1950. The firm is the founder of The New York Fine Print Fair.
2017 represents 41 years in the business of buying and selling fine prints. We specialize in the period 1850 to the present with an emphasis on color woodcuts, American prints, Dutch, Belgian and other fine European printmakers. Museums in the United States and abroad are a significant part of our client base. We exhibit at print shows around the country and we publish periodic catalogs.
Founded in 1990 by Marc Chabot; himself a draftsman, printmaker and curator. A private dealer specializing in fine original prints and other works on paper. Our growing inventory of fine prints and other works on paper concentrates on works of the 19th-20th centuries from America and abroad, though we may also have the occasional photograph, old master print, reference book or bit of art ephemera to offer. We also have a particular interest in artists with ties to Connecticut, where we are based.
Davidson Galleries, founded in 1973, is widely regarded as one of the premiere venues for original prints in the Pacific Northwest. Three departments are devoted to original prints: The Contemporary Print & Drawing Center, which offers full portfolios by forty print artists and representative works by more than two hundred additional artists, the Antique Print Department and Modern Print Department, which maintain an extensive and diverse collection of original engravings, woodcuts, etchings, and lithographs dating from 1500 to 2000.
Pia Gallo has been a private art dealer since 1981. Her firm is dedicated to the research, acquisition and sale of fine old master and modern prints and drawings. Ms. Pia Gallo published numerous illustrated catalogues introducing Pietro Testa (1612-1650), Venice and Venetians (1602-1930), The Landscape in Europe (1531-1913) and several others. She numbers many major museums and private collectors throughout the world as clients.
A private dealer specializing in 19th and 20th century American, British, European and Japanese Fine Prints and Drawings.
Jan Johnson, Old Master & Modern Prints, Inc. was begun in 1979 by owner and director Jan Johnson. Specialized originally in Old Master Prints, the company expanded into 19th and early 20th Century European and Canadian prints on transferring from London to Montreal, Canada, in 1982. While major names such as Rembrandt, Dürer, Whistler, and Goya are usually represented, our taste also runs to the less obvious. This opens up the wider gamut of styles, schools and techniques that make artists’ prints so interesting, and our stock’s diversity brings with it a wide price range which enables us to encourage collectors at all levels.
Georgina Kelman - Works on Paper brings you 20 years of experience in the fields of fine prints and illustrated books from the 19th and 20th Century. Although the collection is primarily focused on French Turn of the Century prints, there is an excellent selection of other European and American art on paper spanning the period from approximately 1850 to 1950.
We have been dealers in fine prints and other works of art on paper for more than thirty years, focusing on American and European art of the 19th, 20th and 21st Centuries. We sell through our website, at Fine Print Fairs on the East and West Coasts, and by appointment at our gallery in Brunswick, Maine.
Keith Sheridan, LLC specializes in American fine prints and works on paper dating from 1900 - 1950. Our collection includes selected works by the following listed artists, as well as many others.
Steve Stoops of Stevens Fine Art handles mostly American art created 1850-1950. The gallery’s holdings include a wide selection of paintings, watercolors and fine prints by an eclectic group of listed artists. We have interest in depression era art; urban and city subjects, Regionalism, as well as California Impressionists, and early abstraction. We sell by private appointment and through our web site. We also exhibit at several Fine Art and Fine Prints shows around the country. Please check the events page on our web site to see where we will be exhibiting next.
M. Lee Stone has been in the business of selling fine prints and drawings since 1975. We specialize in American works of art on paper. Focusing on the 20th and 21st Century that includes the Depression Era, WPA, industrial and cityscapes, social commentary and men and women working themes. We also have a special interest in African American artists. We represent many artists and artist estates thereby giving the collector to choose from a wide variety of art. We will be bringing many recent acquisitions, some of them have not been on the market in many years and a wide variety of other wonderful images.