Nancy Schwartz specializes in 19th/20th c. Masters: Paintings, Sculpture and Works on Paper.

    With premises in three countries, Moretti is an internationally known gallery specialising in Italian Old Master paintings.The president of the company is Fabrizio Moretti, son of the well-known Italian antique dealer, Alfredo Moretti. Following graduation from the University of Florence with a degree in literature and history, Fabrizio founded Moretti Srl at the tender age of just 22.The company’s principal gallery is located in the heart of Florence, between the Strozzi palace and Santa Maria Novella, and opened its doors in 1999 with the inaugural exhibition, Da Bernardo Daddi a Giorgio Vasari. From that point forward the gallery become known as a specialist in gold ground painting, mostly from Tuscany.Moretti also has a London gallery in Ryder Street, St James’s, at the heart of the London art market and a New York gallery at East 80th Street, in the shadow of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.Since its inception the gallery has strived to develop its constant commitment to study and research, and has achieved this through its involvement in exhibitions. In 2001, the show Pittori attivi in Toscana dal Trecento al Settecento signalled the expansion of the gallery’s specialization to include Italian paintings up to the XVII century. In 2003, Da Ambrogio Lorenzetti a Sandro Botticelli included in its exhibition the superbly structural and volumetric triptych by Taddeo Gaddi, a close follower of Giotto. The fifteenth century, a great period for Medici and humanistic Florence, was represented by a refined work by the young Francesco Botticini. The show was also able to display the diverse milieux of Italian artists with the rare Genoese Giovanni Mazone and a sophisticated Adorazione of the Magi by the Sienese Pietro di Francesco Orioli. The catalogue, Dagli eredi di Giotto al primo Cinquecento, was published in October 2007 and included two works by Lorenzo Monaco, Taddeo Gaddi and Savoldo.The gallery exhibits at TEFAF Maastricht, Masterpiece London, The International Fine Art Fair in New York and the Pavillon des Antiquaires et des Beaux-arts in Paris.

    Georgian, Victorian, and Edwardian  period furniture.

    American and European Antique and Reproduction Frames; Conservation of Paintings and Works of Art on Paper.Founded in 1907 by Julius Lowy, Julius Lowy Frame and Restoring Company is recognized as the country's leading fine art services firm, offering fine art conservation and restoration services, an extensive collection of antique frames, reproductions and modern frames. Comprised of over 4,000 frames ranging from extremely rare 16th century Renaissance through 20th century Arts & Crafts models, Lowy's antique frame collection is the largest in America and one of the top in the world.

    Carlton Hobbs specializes in the acquisition, conservation, and research of 17th, 18th and 19th-century British and Continental furniture and works of art, with a focus on pieces of exceptional merit, including specially commissioned items with royal or aristocratic provenance and pieces designed by architects.Mr. Hobbs is well-known for his academic approach to the acquisition of historically significant pieces. Now headquartered in New York, he runs his gallery, Carlton Hobbs LLC, together with his long-time business partner, Stefanie Rinza, a graduate of Harvard Business School and former employee of McKinsey and Co., in London.Recognizing the importance of provenance, maker and artistic content, the company created a research department that has since developed into what is now one of the most comprehensive specialist antiques archives of several thousand books and source materials. Mr. Hobbs publishes the company’s research in a series of scholarly catalogues and descriptions to share his findings with a broad academic community and to demonstrate the extent to which Carlton Hobbs researches provenance, maker and artistic content for each piece in his gallery’s collection.Carlton Hobbs LLC sells to a discreet customer base, concentrating on major private and institutional collectors. Some of the world’s most prestigious museums and private collections now house Carlton Hobbs’ pieces.

    Peg Alston Fine Arts, Inc. specializes in African-American Artists.

    Abrimos la galería en Mayo de 1995 en una casa antigua que fue restaurada para tal efecto, estamos ubicados en el corazón del Distrito Colón de la ciudad de Torreón, Coahuila, México. ​ La búsqueda y conocimiento de las antigüedades es una ardua tarea que, para realizarse, al igual que la pátina, requiere de tiempo, es por eso que a lo largo de 30 años hemos encontrado un sin fin de piezas de las cuales conservamos una gran cantidad. ​ Nuestra galería ha albergado además de su colección de antigüedades, exposiciones temporales de artistas nacionales contemporáneos y conferencias, así como múltiples participaciones en eventos conjuntos con otras instituciones culturales. También hemos participado en diferentes ferias de antigüedades, locales, nacionales y en el extranjero. ​ Actualmente contamos con un acervo de centenares de piezas selectas que reúnen todas las características en cuanto a forma, técnica, proporción, equilibrio, movimiento y autenticidad necesarias para una obra de arte, todas ellas propias de diversos procesos históricos. ​ Gracias por visitarnos!

    American Classical & Empire Furniture 1805-1840; American, English & French Decorative Arts, first half 19th century; French & English Furniture first half 19th century; Old Master Paintings; 19th & 20th century American Paintings, Interior Design.

    Carlton Hobbs specializes in the acquisition, conservation, and research of 17th, 18th and 19th century British and Continental furniture and works of art, with a focus on pieces of exceptional merit, including specially commissioned items with royal or aristocratic provenance and pieces designed by architects.Mr. Hobbs is a globally respected dealer with over forty years experience in antiques who is well-known for his academic approach to the acquisition of historically significant pieces. Now headquartered in New York, he runs his gallery, Carlton Hobbs LLC, together with his longtime business partner, Stefanie Rinza, a graduate of Harvard Business School and former employee of McKinsey and Co., in London.Recognizing the importance of provenance, maker and artistic content, the company created a research department that has since developed into what is now one of the most comprehensive specialist antiques archives of several thousand books and source materials. Mr. Hobbs publishes the company’s research in a series of scholarly catalogues and descriptions to share his findings with a broad academic community and to demonstrate the extent to which Carlton Hobbs researches provenance, maker and artistic content for each piece in his gallery’s collection.Carlton Hobbs LLC sells to a discreet customer base, concentrating on major private and institutional collectors. Some of the world’s most prestigious museums and private collections now house Carlton Hobbs’ pieces including: The Musée du Louvre The John Paul Getty Museum The Rijksmuseum The Metropolitan Museum of Art The National Gallery of Australia The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts The Boston Museum of Fine Arts The Musée des Beaux Arts, Dijon The Bowes Museum Paxton House The National Gallery of Greece Department of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University

    16th–19th c. watercolors, woodcuts, engravings and lithographs. Antique prints and maps illustrating natural history and world exploration. Complete atlases and plate books.

    Considered by many to be the nation's leading contemporary tapestry artist, Jon Eric Riis has perhaps more than any other artist taken the ancient craft of hand-woven tapestry to the level of important contemporary fine art. Often imbuing his subject matter with highly critical social and cultural ideas, Riis' provocative art is as important for its content as it is for its stunning execution and unmatched technical prowess. Jon Eric Riis creates extraordinary works of woven silk and metallic thread with textured undulating surfaces of hand-stitched pearls, coral and glass beads. The meticulous works are supremely crafted, astonishing in visual effect and profound in concept. The tapestries of Jon Eric Riis can be found in the permanent collection of The Art Institute of Chicago as well as the American Craft Museum in New York and the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Museum of Art, Washington D.C., among others. He is past recipient of many awards and grants including National Endowment for the Arts, Fulbright Grant and a prestigious Honorary Award at the 10th International Triennial of Tapestry, Lotz Poland, 2001.

    The Old Print Shop, Inc - founded in 1898 - is an art gallery specializing in American graphic arts, antiquarian maps, atlases, artist books (livres d'artist), and art reference books.The shop has an extensive inventory with very strong holdings of American historical prints, Currier & Ives, John James Audubon, American town views, and maps published before 1850. Our inventory of American fine art prints 1900-1950 is one of the largest in the United States . We represent a number of famous artists' estates and over seventy contemporary printmakers. The gallery has been in the same location in mid-town Manhattan since 1925 and is one of the oldest family run art galleries in the United States . Since our inception in 1898, we have focused on the graphic arts - artists that use printmaking as an expressive medium. Prints, as they are called in the industry, have been collected by individuals and museums since the fifteenth-century when Albrecht Durer began making prints. Most museums have holdings of prints. In the United States the Library of Congress has the largest public collection. However, the Amon Carter Museum , The Art Institute of Chicago, Boston Athenaeum, Boston Public Library, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art , New-York Historical Society, and New York Public Library also have extensive collections that are available for viewing by the public. In 2007 the shop purchased The Old Print Gallery in Washington , DC . The gallery is located in historic Georgetown just off M Street. The address is 1220 31st Street NW , Washington , DC 20007 , telephone 202-965-1818 . In the Washington gallery there is a fine selection of American art between 1750 and 1950 and a good selection of contemporary printmakers, as well as a fine selection of antique maps. The shop encourages you to search our on-line inventory and/or to visit the gallery during your next visit to New York City or Washington , DC . The online inventory can be searched in several ways. The easiest way is by selecting a category pictured above or on the left navigation bar and then selecting a sub-category. You can also use our search feature located at the top of every page. Type in an artist/cartographer's name, subject, location, or a key word and the items in inventory will come up. The gallery is a proud member of the following professional and trade organizations: The International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America (ABAA) International League of Antiquarian Booksellers (ILAB) The International Map Collectors' Society (IMCOS) The National Antique & Art Dealers Association of America (NAADAA) Confédération Internationale des Négotiants en Oeuvres d'Art (CINOA) The Ephemera Society of America American Historical Print Collectors Socitey

    Greek, Etruscan, Roman, Egyptian and  Near Eastern Antiquities; Greek and  Roman Coins; Old Master Prints and Drawings; Antique Egyptian Prints and Photographs.

    17th and 18th c. English and Continental Furniture and Works of Art.

    Lauded throughout the world for its knowledge and connoisseurship, Ward & Company, Works of Art provides private clients an opportunity to acquire and sell exceptional Ancient and Medieval Art.As a resource for museums and collectors since 1983, Ward & Company maintains the highest professional standards while striving to offer superlative works of art at all price levels.The gallery is located on 81st Street just off Madison Avenue, close to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and welcomes visits from students, scholars, curators and collectors.