NOW OPEN: The American Masters

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  • October 08, 2021

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Marsden Hartley (1877–1943), Roses Oil on canvas, 18 5/16 x 14⅜ inches, initialed lower left: M.H Available at Questroyal Fine Art, LLC, New York, New York
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Charles Burchfield (1893–1967), Rocks and Stumps, 1918 Watercolor and charcoal on paper 24 x 17½ inches (sight size), signed and dated lower right: Chas Burchfield / 1918 –; on verso: April 14, 1918 / “The Cave” / Not for sale Available at Questroyal Fine Art, LLC, New York, New York
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Thomas Moran (1837–1926), Sunset, Amagansett, 1905 Oil on canvas, 30½ x 40½ inches, monogrammed and dated lower right: TMoran 1905 Available at Questroyal Fine Art, LLC, New York, New York
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Questroyal Fine Art kicks off an exhibition-packed fall season on Thursday, October 7 with the opening of The American Masters. In this exhibition and sale, Questroyal presents over fifty paintings by artists whose work has endured the progression of time, remaining vital even as the cultural values of each successive generation have changed. These masters aspired to a perfection not determined by formula or conferred by intellect but by an understanding of unassailable truths inherent to the ages. Theirs is an art that transcends the preferences of any time or place, assuring the lasting extension of its century-old inclusion in our museums. This is an art that will prevail, an art to believe in.

 

This exhibition and sale features paintings by Thomas Moran and Albert Bierstadt, whose awe-inspiring canvases of the West encouraged the creation of our national parks; Sanford Robinson Gifford, whose command of Luminism established a visual poetry that rivals the literary genius of his contemporaries; Charles Burchfield, whose modernist conceptions acquaint the viewer with the artist’s deeply personal relationship with nature; Rockwell Kent, whose visions of Alaska reawaken a lost sense of wonder; and the immutable Grandma Moses, who takes us home to contemplate a simpler place and time.

 

The American Masters will remain on view through December 30 at Questroyal’s expansive galleries at 903 Park Avenue. For guests unable to visit in person, a virtual exhibition is available at www.questroyalfineart.com. This show is the first of three planned through the end of the year; Captivating Shores: Tom Yost Reveals Connecticut’s Coast will open October 28, followed by New York Forever: Important Paintings of the World’s City, opening November 10. Exhibition catalogues for all shows are available by request.

 

To request a copy of the exhibition catalogue, visit www.questroyalfineart.com/publications, email gallery@questroyalfineart.com, or call 212-744-3586.

Contact:
Nina Sangimino
Questroyal Fine Art, LLC
212-744-3586
gallery@questroyalfineart.com

Questroyal Fine Art, LLC
903 Park Avenue (at 79th Street)
Third Floor
Questroyal Fine Art, LLC, New York
gallery@questroyalfineart.com
212-744-3586
http://www.questroyalfineart.com
About Questroyal Fine Art, LLC

Questroyal Fine Art, LLC, is an established American art gallery specializing in quality American paintings from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Questroyal’s extensive inventory of over four hundred artworks includes important Hudson River School, tonalist, impressionist, and modernist examples.


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