Leonard Hutton Galleries

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LEONARD HUTTON GALLERIES

The Leonard Hutton Galleries, founded in 1957, specializes in paintings, works on paper and
sculpture by 20th century European and American artists. Located in New York, the gallery
maintains an active exhibition program and, over the years, has published more than 40 fully
illustrated catalogues for selected shows. A main focus of the gallery has always been
modernist movements of the first half of the 20th Century, notably German Expressionism
and the Russian Avant-Garde. Among artists identified with the gallery are Kandinsky,
Jawlensky, Klee, Nolde, Münter, Feininger, Kolbe, Marcks, Popova, Larionov, Gontcharova,
Exter, Chashnik and Suetin. Also featured are works by Picasso, Léger, Miró, Albers, Laurens,
Archipenko, Balla, Kupka, Brooks, Gottlieb, Francis, Pousette-Dart and both Robert and Sonia
Delaunay. The gallery has mounted more than ten exhibitions in its continuing efforts to
explore, document and exhibit the artists of the Russian Avant-Garde. Other exhibitions have
included the popular “Small Formats”, with works ranging from late 19th Century to
contemporary masters, and single-artists shows devoted to Sonia Delaunay, Lazar Khidekel
and Alberto Magnelli.

Leonard Hutton has placed important works of art in major private and public collections
including the Australian National Gallery, Canberra; Museum Bellerive, Zürich; The Solomon
R. Guggenheim Museum; Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden; Joslyn Art Museum,
Omaha; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; The Museum of Modern Art; National Gallery of
Art, Washington, D.C. and others. It participates in international art fairs including Art Basel
and TEFAF in Maastricht and is a member of the Art Dealers Association of America,
exhibiting at The Art Show in the 7th Regiment Armory in New York.

Highlights of the 2016 Tenth edition of MASTER DRAWINGS NEW YORK include a special show
at Leonard Hutton galleries: “Drawings and Watercolors: To Observe and Imagine.” It
showcases a selection of important 20th century European and American works on paper,
including an outstanding 1916 Sonia Delaunay gouache featured in the Sonia Delaunay
Retrospective exhibitions at Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris and Tate Modern,
London. Sonia and Robert Delaunay were in Portugal from 1915-1917 where they formed an
association called Corporation Nouvelle to stimulate “artistic action” to publish collaborative
albums of poetry and art accompanied by interpretations executed in pochoir, a stencil
process for making colored prints or adding color to a printed key illustration, by various
artists including Cendrars, Apollinaire, Rossine and a group of Portuguese architects and
critics. They intended to circulate exhibitions of the art of simultaneity throughout
Europe. Sonia Delaunay executed numerous studies in gouache for the cover of Album No. 1,
which unfortunately never appeared because of the difficulty a number of the artists
experienced employing the pochoir technique. Also on view is an important 1955 Sam
Francis Untitled watercolor, a 1965 Lucio Fontana Concetto Spaziale work on paper, a Louis
Marcoussis Couple Assis tempera on paper executed in 1922 and artworks by Gontcharova,
Gottlieb, Jenkins, Kandinsky, Klee, Krasner, Kupka, Léger, Magnelli, Miró, Motherwell,
Matisse, Nicholson, Picasso, Popova, Suetin, Survage, Tworkov and others.

The gallery’s exhibition during the tenth edition of MASTER DRAWINGS week in New York is
titled, “Drawings and Watercolors: To Observe and Imagine.” It features a selection of
important 20th century European and American works on paper, including an outstanding
1916 Sonia Delaunay gouache featured in the Sonia Delaunay Retrospective exhibitions at
Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris and Tate Modern, London.

Sonia and Robert Delaunay were in Portugal from 1915-1917 where they formed an
association called Corporation Nouvelle to stimulate “artistic action” to publish collaborative
albums of poetry and art accompanied by interpretations executed in pochoir — a stencil
process for making colored prints or adding color to a printed key illustration — by various
artists including Cendrars, Apollinaire, Rossine and a group of Portuguese architects and
critics. They intended to circulate exhibitions of the art of simultaneity throughout
Europe. Sonia Delaunay executed numerous studies in gouache for the cover of Album No. 1,
which unfortunately never appeared because of the difficulty a number of the artists
experienced employing the pochoir technique.

Also on view is an important 1955 Sam Francis Untitled watercolor, a 1965 Lucio Fontana
Concetto Spaziale work on paper, a Louis Marcoussis Couple Assis tempera on paper
executed in 1922 and artworks by Gontcharova, Gottlieb, Jenkins, Kandinsky, Klee, Krasner,
Kupka, Léger, Magnelli, Miró, Motherwell, Matisse, Nicholson, Picasso, Popova, Suetin,
Survage, Tworkov and others.


Leonard Hutton Galleries
790 Madison Avenue, Suite 506,
New York, NY 10065
Telephone: + 1 212 751 7373

Email: art@leonardhuttongalleries.com
Website: www.leonardhuttongalleries.com

Exhibition title:
Vicky Colombet
Time Travel
January 21-28, 2017
Closed Sunday January 22, 2017

Vicky Colombet
Très Riches Heures-Novembe
2015
Color pencils and ink on Rives paper.
10 ½ x 8 ¼ In (270 x 210 mm)
Signed in pencil lower right: “ V Colombet”

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