Caldwell Gallery Hudson is pleased to open our Winter exhibition "A Gallery Collects - American Art (1870's-1970's). The exhibition features more than 50 works in a wide range of subjects and styles.
Highlights include: Carl Holty's "Red Gold" (1958), a major expressionist work by the artist exhibited in his one-man show at Graham Gallery in NY in 1958. Henry Lee McFee's "The Blue Compote" (1930-31) which is reproduced in John Baker's monogaph on the artist as "Current whereabouts unknown". Charles Houghton Howard's rare surrealist work from 1962 which he exhibited in his one-man show at McRoberts & Tunnard Limited in London in 1963. And Wesley Lea's surrealist work "Ancient Revel" (1945-46) which exhibited at the National Academy in 1947. Other artists include Grace Hartigan, Peter Busa, Emil Bisttram, Joseph Meert, Louis Stone, Paul Sample, Oscar Berninghaus, Allen Tucker, Eugene Berman, Ed Garman, Walter Launt Palmer, Frank Shapleigh, Ralph Rosenborg, and many others. The exhibition may be viewed online at http://bit.ly/1xXNkvs.
Caldwell Gallery Hudson's Winter hours are Friday-Sunday, Noon-5. We are also open by chance or appointment.
Caldwell Gallery Hudson
355 Warren Street
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 41 years in business, the Caldwell family decided to expand their activities in the art world with this new enterprise in the historic city of Hudson, NY.