Dennis Sheehan Work Sells At Christie's

  • ANNAPOLIS, Maryland
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  • March 09, 2011

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Dennis Sheehan's Homestead sold at Christie's New York in March 2011.

Dennis Sheehan, an artist represented by Mark Myers (Myers Contemporary) for almost ten years, sold his first painting at Christie’s last week.

"This sale at Christie’s has been a pivotal step in my career. To have a work of art in such a prestigious venue, and have it sell in this economy at a good price, is extremely rewarding."

Dennis Sheehan, an American-born artist, taught at the Putney School and is a member of The Guild of Boston Artists. His work can be found in major public and private collections, including the White House.

“Dennis Sheehan has a very contemporary handling of the paint surface while working with a traditional subject matter,” says Myers. “His control over the paint skillfully conveys the nuances and dynamic energy of light.”

Molly Hughes Wilmer
Vision Strategic Marketing & Communications

Myers Contemporary
1851 McGuckian Street
Annapolis, Maryland
About Myers Contemporary

Myers Contemporary is a relatively new gallery led by Mark Myers, who has been a private dealer and consultant for over 25 years. Myers seeks finely finished works with content, avoiding the ephemeral in favor of long term relevance and value. Myers works with a diverse range of artists in reputation and accomplishment, as well as imagery and content. In addition to working with private collectors, Myers recently worked with Legg Mason on a Caio Fonseca large scale commission piece for their new headquarters in Baltimore, MD.

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