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Susan Teller

We feature American paintings and works on paper from the 1920s to the 1950s with special interest in the Urban/Industrial Scene, Modernism, Atelier 17, Surrealism, and African American work.

Blog entries from susantellergallery for March 2011

Louis Schanker, Abstraction, 1946

ABSOLUTE ABSTRACTION

Posted: February 28, 2011 07:59 Last Updated: | Susan Teller

American Paintings, Sculpture, and Works on Paper, 1942-1972. Absolute Abstraction is on view through March 12. Works in this extensive, wide-ranging show date from Josef Albers’ classic lithograph, Prefatio, 1942, to James Daugherty’s pastel, Synchromist Compostion, 1972. Also included are cubist works by Fannie Hillsmith, painterly expressionist pieces by Hugh Mesibov, op art by Bernard Rosenquit, Indian Space by Howard Daum, and those by Fred Becker and Hans Burkhardt that touch on the surreal. A strong selection of Atelier 17 students and teachers includes Minna Citron, Worden Day (w...


Peggy Bacon, Very Young World, 1928

Chicago Print and Drawing Fair

Posted: March 17, 2011 21:25 Last Updated: | Susan Teller

  The Chicago Print and Drawing Fair is currently on view in the Yates Gallery of the Chicago Cultural Center, March 17 through March 20, 2011. Fourteen dealers are showing, all International Fine Print Dealers Association members. At this fair we are featuring works by women: Peggy Bacon (in advance of our April show), Riva Helfond, Anne Ryan, and Marguerite Zorach. Will Barnet, James Daugherty, Howard Daum, Peter Grippe, Hugh Mesibov, and Fred Shane, round out the group.          


County Courthouse, Fredericksburg, TX

Day Off, Stonewall, Texas, March 23, 2011

Posted: March 23, 2011 16:38 Last Updated: | Susan Teller

This is our day off after the Chicago Print and Drawing fair and before the McNay Fair in San Antonio.  We are in the Texas Hill Country, actually Stonewall, established 1860. We spent the day visiting historic Fredericksburg and Enchanted Rock, a pink granite batholith, the second largest in the US.   Since arriving last night we’ve also seen llamas, alpacas, buffalo, something that may have been a dwarf antelope, horses (thoroughbreds, palominos, and miniatures), camels, sheep, goats of many stripes including “showgoats,” several kinds of cattle (longhorn, black angus, and...