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We own the vast majority of our inventory because we believe that artworks of superior quality prove to be excellent investments over time. During the past forty years, we have sold artworks of major historical importance to museums and private collections across the country. We understand the relevance of rarity, composition, subject matter, dating, condition, provenance, and framing. Please allow us to explain what constitutes above-average quality and value in paintings, sculpture, and works on paper. We welcome all inquiries.

Our extensive inventory of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American art regularly features landscapes in the Hudson River School and luminist styles, as well as still-life, genre, and marine subjects. Our collections also encompass Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, the Ashcan School, and early modernism. Artists represented include Albert Bierstadt, William Bradford, J. G. Brown, James Buttersworth, Thomas Cole, Jasper F. Cropsey, Asher B. Durand, Childe Hassam, Martin Johnson Heade, Winslow Homer, Eastman Johnson, John F. Kensett, Fitz Henry Lane, John Marin, Willard Metcalf, Thomas Moran, Raphaelle Peale, William Trost Richards, Theodore Robinson, Severin Roesen, and Taos School artists such as Irving Couse, E. Martin Hennings and Walter Ufer, just to name a few.

We count many of the most important museums in America as our clients, including:

Art Institute of Chicago
Baltimore Museum of Art
Birmingham Museum of Art
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
Detroit Institue of Arts
Dixon Gallery and Gardens
Georgia Museum of Art
Greenville County Museum of Art
High Museum of Art
Huntington Museum of Art
J.B. Speed Art Museum
Joslyn Art Museum
Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum of Art
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester
Minnesota Marine Art Museum
Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg
National Gallery of Art
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Newark Museum
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Saint Louis Art Museum
Terra Foundation for American Art
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts


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