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October 28th, 2016
Please explore the catalog for our Fall Show, Sam Francis & Art of the Post-War Era.


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October 24th, 2016

The De Young Museum in San Francisco will be featuring an important retrospective on the career of Frank Stella, one of the most important artists of the Pre-War era, beginning on November 5th.  Organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, and the Modern Art Museum of Forth Worth, the exhibition will include 55 paintings, sculptures and wall-mounted reliefs.  In addition, an exhibition of Stella’s highly influential original prints will be on display in the museum’s Anderson Gallery and will open the same day.  Read more..
March 8th, 2016
Following the tribulations of World War II, a great surge of creativity was unleashed in the U.S.  There was a profound optimism and bravado that infused the realm of art, leading to such bold movements as Abstract-Expressionism, Minimalism and Pop Art. Not only were there tremendous innovations in painting and sculpture in the Post-War era, but also in printmaking.  Artists including Robert Motherwell, Sam Francis, Frank Stella, Alexander Calder, David Hockney and Roy Lichtenstein created stunning graphics by pushing the boundaries of
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November 23rd, 2015
The Whitney Museum in New York is having a major retrospective of the work of Frank Stella, one of the most important living artists in America.  With a career that spans almost 60 years, Stella’s work is considered a touchstone of 20th century art.  From the early “Black Paintings” to his colorful and dramatic abstractions, he has successfully played the roles of creator, provocateur and mentor.  Equally adept in different media, Stella's forays into printmaking have been highly successful, resulting in works that  Read more..
August 23rd, 2015

Please explore the online Catalog for our Special Exhibition: An Artistic Legacy, Five Generations of the Pissarro


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