Spring and Summer 2014
We are pleased to present our new acquisitions for Spring and Summer 2014 in conjunction with our ongoing exhibition California Modernism 1910 – 1950. These artworks are exceptional for their diversity and historical importance.
Our new acquisitions include a magnificent rendering of a lighthouse surrounded by an iridescent sky by Ferdinand Burgdorff, a stunning 1938 abstract by Helen Clark Oldfield, an early and rare self-portrait by Otis Oldfield, a sensitive and beautiful sculpture by Nina Saemundsson, and an amazing, large mythological and surrealist painting by Frede Vidar from 1939 that was exhibited at the San Francisco Museum of Art. We also are pleased to present a rare work by Irving Norman entitled City Rush, an indictment of the inhumane conditions of the worker in 1941 San Francisco. This artwork has been included in numerous museum exhibitions.
You will find works in our ongoing exhibition by Victor Arnautoff, Ferdinand Burgdorff, Ralph Chessé, Adam Dabrowski, Francis de Erdely, Pele de Lappe, Boris Deutsch, Robert Gilbert, NIls Gren, Adaline Kent, Jeffrey Kirby, Knud Merrild, John Mottram, Irving Norman, Helen Clark Oldfield, Otis Oldfield, Abraham Palansky, Stan Poray, Edna Reindel, Nina Saemundsson, Benjamin Vaganov, Frede Vidar, Bernard Zakheim, and many others.
Artwork Featured in This Exhibition