Blog Posts tagged with Fred Shane

Will Barnet, Summer (also titled Repose), 1952

SUMMERTIME

Posted: July 15, 2014 11:32 Last Updated: | Susan Teller

American paintings and works on paper and glass from the 1930s to the 1950s are on view in Summertime at the Susan Teller Gallery, July 8 through August 14, 2014. Artists love the summer as much as the rest of us. On the Gallery’s South Wall there’s a stream of identical blue flowing from an Angelo Pinto drawing to a Fred Shane painting to a William Baziotes watercolor.  Long days at the beach (Wellfleet, Long Beach Island, NYC, Kennebunk, the Aleutians, LaJolla), in the water (ocean waves, lakes, bays, rivers), boardwalks, amusement parks, picnics, bikinis, trees burstin...


Mr.  Wizards, St.  Louis

St. Louis Mercantile Library Fair Review:

Posted: June 13, 2012 08:44 Last Updated: | Susan Teller

St. Louis Mercantile Review: As with so many places, Spring came early this year to St. Louis, and there were many wonderful gardens to see while driving to Mr. Wizard’s.      It was a beautiful weekend on the University of St. Louis campus, with only a few thunderstorms. There were malllard familes with tiny babies in the pond and precious sweet strawberries from Thies' Farm on North Hanley Road.      The fair, May 4, 5 and 6, was very well attended – by far the biggest crowd ever.  There was interest in the Fred Shane material as well as t...


Theodore Haupt, The Three Graces, 1941

Susan Teller Gallery at Palm Springs Fine Art Fair

Posted: February 15, 2012 12:06 Last Updated: | Susan Teller

It’s Modernism Week in Palm Springs and the debut of the Palm Springs Fine Art Fair, Feb. 17-19. At the Susan Teller Gallery booth, THEODORE HAUPT'S Acrobats, 1939, and Three Graces, 1941, HUGH MESIBOV'S Mechanical Dancers, 1943, and ANNE RYAN'S Collage, 1951, will all be on view. Industrial Realism with FRED SHANE'S monumental painting Clam Shell Dredge, 1952, JUDITH SHAHN’S Plimsoll Line, 1949, and CHARLES KELLER'S Saturday Siesta, 1946 will also be featured. PEGGY BACON & HER CIRCLE show up as well with drawings and prints by Isabel Bishop, Reginald Marsh, and Marguerite Zorach.&...


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...


Art Miami, November 30, 2010

Art Miami, Booth A-85

Posted: December 02, 2010 07:44 Last Updated: | Susan Teller

Art Miami is in full swing.  At our booth, A-85, in the north tent (one of three), Hugh Mesibov's Siege (Leningrad), 1943-44, and Fred Shane's Portrait of Man with Orange Shirt, 1940, are getting lots of attention.  The New York, NY section features James Daugherty, Riva Helfond, Anne Ryan, and Louis Schanker.  Lynd Ward wood engravings, Peggy Bacon prints and drawings, and modernist works by Fannie Hillsmith, Peter Grippe, and Bernard Rosenquit, roundout the collection. The Big Storm of '10 came through yesterday afternoon and rattled the tent; no rain to speak of but th...


Fannie Hillsmith, Abstraction, 1945, artist-made frame

Art Miami

Posted: November 29, 2010 07:34 Last Updated: | Susan Teller

Yesterday, we began setting up at Art Miami.  Four works from Hugh Mesibov's Wartime Shipyard are up along with three from our recent Fred Shane show.  There is a group of New York City subjects (James Daugherty,  Riva Helfond, and Louis Schanker) and modernist works by Fanne Hillsmith and Anne Ryan. Peggy Bacon and Will Barnet are also featured. The benefit preview is tomorrow evening, November 30, and the show runs through Sunday, December 5.  


Fred Shane, Simi Valley, 1975

30th Annual Baltimore Antiques Fair, Booth 1837

Posted: September 03, 2010 07:52 Last Updated: | Susan Teller

Home of Mary Pickersgill, maker of Francis Scott Key’s Star Spangled Banner, the Emerson Bromo-Seltzer Tower, 1911, and the 30th Annual Baltimore Antiques show -- Baltimore is terrific. We are at the fair (along with more than 500 other dealers) with several of Hugh Mesibov's Wartime Shipyard pieces, Anne Ryans' New York Harbor from the Helluva Town show, and Fred Shane's Simi Valley, California.     


St. Louis Mercantile Library Fair

Posted: May 20, 2010 11:06 Last Updated: | Susan Teller

    Back in the Gallery from Missouri.  The St. Louis Mercantile Library fair was wonderful. In spite of the rain the event was amazingly well attended. In particular there was interest in work by Michael J. Gallagher, Joe Jones, and Fred Shane. At the Gallery the Hugh Mesibov Wartime Shipyard is extended through Thursday, May 27.


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