Caldwell Gallery Hudson is pleased to open our new exhibition “Spring – The Return Of Color”, featuring both traditional representations of the season as well as many abstract works whose palettes reflect the colors so often seen this time of year. More than a dozen canvases in this show are new to the market.
Of particular note are a 1952 canvas by Paul Burlin, a major Joseph Solman NYC scene from 1939, and important 1963 canvas by the recently deceased John Grillo.
This exhibit will run through June 1 and include works by regionalist painter Paul Sample, American impressionist Allen Tucker, and a rare early piece by Ogden Pleissner. It will also showcase artworks by John Grillo, Edward Potthast, Hans Burkhardt, David Burliuk, Jimmy Ernst, Russell Cowles, Carl Holty, and Jenne Magafan. You may view the show online here.
Starting this week our new spring hours are Thursday – Saturday 11-6, Sunday 12-5 and Monday – Wednesday by chance or appointment.
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Hudson, New York
About Caldwell Gallery Hudson
Joe and Marcy Caldwell founded The Caldwell Gallery in 1973. The principles they learned and applied as passionate collectors of early American art and antiques were ones they incorporated into the daily goal of their new enterprise - bringing great art, backed by exceptional value, to the homes of their clients. Joined by their son Jay Caldwell in 1985, The Caldwell Gallery expanded to include a focus on American modernist movements, including Post-War and Abstract Expressionist works. After 42 years in business, the Caldwell family expanded their activities in the art world with new gallery in the historic city of Hudson, NY.