Diane Epstein is an innovative fine art photographer, and the pioneer of Fresco Photography. With her images of monuments, statues, cityscapes and natural scenes, she captures the splendor of both architecture and nature, the beauty of decay, and the spirit and richness of the journey. She often collaborates with, and is commissioned by, designers, architects [...]
“Rocaille Revisited,” is ceramicist Eve Kaplan’s reinterpretation of 18th century Rococo forms – including ceramic mirrors and lighting. Artist Bio Eve Kaplan’s hand built ceramic work is infused with inspiration from 18th century gilded pieces. They have drawn comparisons to the mid-century work of Line Vautrin yet her sculptural objects are entirely modern and unique. Eve’s [...]
Models of understated luxury, Koeppel’s gilt pieces are made in the hand-coiled tradition and fired with oxides, then gilded in precious metals. She draws her inspiration from the pure and precise lighting design created by Alberto Giacometti and Diego Giacometti for Jean-Michel Frank. The resulting functional artworks are each one-of-a-kind and include custom shades and electrical components [...]
We are pleased to feature new work by artist Kinuko Imai Hoffman, a collection of acrylic with mixed media on canvas. Artist’s statement: “My work explores my personal interpretations of daily life through harmonious mixed media assemblages, inviting the viewer to absorb both the complexity and the clarity of my vision. I construct my paintings [...]
On view: new work from Harry Cushing. Harry Cushing began his career as a portrait and fashion photographer. Through a turn of events, this lead to 15 years in the world of home furnishings textiles where he held a number of posts. Ultimately, he ran the venerable firm of Clarence House. The pursuit of a [...]
View John Rosis new works. John Rosis works in several painting mediums, including large-scale paintings on canvas, small-scale reverse painting on glass and collage on paper. In all his work, the image comes about as a result of the process. The subject matter of his work is line, form, texture, and color as derived from [...]
Gerald Bland is pleased to present works by artist Lincoln Seligman. The vibrant collection entitled “Turbans,” was inspired by the artist’s extensive travels, particularly in Rajasthan. A review from Quanticle highlights his unique talent: “People take photographs as signposts for the memories of their travels. Seligman stores his travel memories as windows into scenes presently [...]
Gerald Bland is pleased to feature more than 40 small ‘INGA’ (industrial garden) mirrors by Cristobal Morales. Ranging in size from 7 to 15 inches in diameter, each mirror is one of a kind – their frames incorporating recycled parts from light fixtures and bolts to tractor wheel hubs. Prices from $1,200 – $2,200. For [...]
We are pleased to announce new works on view from artist Philip Allen. From the artist: I was born in New York City in 1952 and went to both private and public schools. I began taking figure drawing at the Art Students League when I was 12. My father was a very gifted artist, studied [...]
Leora Armstrong grew up on the West Coast of Scotland surrounded by the sea, hills and Scottish weather. It was this changing light of the West Coast, upon the landscape, which happens so dramatically and wonderfully that has inspired her to work with colour. After graduating with Honors from Chelsea College of Art, she now lives [...]
Gerald Bland was honored to announce the sale of Albert Hadley’s estate on One Kings Lane, May 5th – 8th, 2012. The sale consisted of three parts that included the contents of his New York apartment, the contents of his house in Southport, Conn., and drawings and sketches of projects for Parish Hadley with some [...]
Christopher was born in New York City in Carnegie Hill. He attended St Davids School for Boys. Subsequently, he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts, from Marietta College and a Doctorate in Psychology from Saybrook Institute in San Francisco. After co-founding the San Francisco Interior Design firm Martha Angus Inc., he relocated to New York [...]
From the extraordinary collection of the late Countess Consuelo Crespi: 20th Century design by John Vesey and Howard Dilday. The works are offered alongside decorative objects and smaller pieces of furniture from September 29, 2011. The Crespis commissioned the pieces from Vesey and Dilday, two American designers, for their apartment at the Palazzo Odescalchi [...]
New Orleans architect and painter James Lamantia graduated from Tulane University’s School of Architecture and received a degree from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design under Walter Gropius. He was awarded a Prix de Rome in 1949 and a Fullbright Fellowship in architecture and painting in 1950. He has taught at Harvard, Yale and Columbia [...]
Featured in the much-anticipated book “Sister Parish Design: On Decorating,” Mita Corsini Bland’s watercolor renderings were on view from October 20. The exhibit coincided with the book’s publication earlier that month. Please visit MitaCorsiniBland.com to view or commission artwork.
A collection of Chinese Ancestral Portraits. Popular throughout Chinese history, these works of art were commissioned to worship ancestors and were displayed on holidays and days of remembrance.