Pia Gallo, Jurjens Fine Art, Richard A. Berman Fine Art

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PIA GALLO, established in 1981, is dedicated to the research, acquisition and sale of fine old master and modern prints and drawings, from the 16th – early 20th centuries.

Established in 1989, Richard A. Berman Fine Art specializes in Master Drawings and Works of Art, from the 16th to the 20th centuries.
Richard Berman is a qualified appraiser (USPAP certified), and works as an agent and art advisor in art of all media.

Tambaran Gallery
5 East 82nd Street, New York, NY 10028

Pia Gallo
New York, New York
T: +1 212 369-4420
cell: +1 917 331-0248
Email: info@piagallo.com
Website: www.piagallo.com

Jurjens Fine Art
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
cell: +31 (0) 6 57 555 734
Email: info@jurjens-fine-art.com
Website: www.jurjens-fine-art.com

Richard A Berman Fine Art
New York, New York
T: +1 212 378-5430
cell: +1 917 378-0543
Email: richardaberman@earthlink.net

Exhibited with Pia Gallo:
Giovanni Francesco Grimaldi (1606–1680)
A vertical river landscape
Pen and brown ink with traces of black chalk
number ‘2’ in ink (lower right), traces of black chalk
381 x 208 mm (15 x 8.25 in.)
Provenance: Ann Sutherland Harris. Adolphe Stein, Paris 1986.
Exhibition: Frick Art & Historical Center, Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh Collects: European Drawings, 1500 to 1800, 2004-2005, no. 16

Exhibited with Jurjens Fine Art:
Cornelis Dusart (1660 – 1704)
A Farmer Taking a Pee
Pen and brush in brown ink, framing lines in brown ink, laid paper, old mounting
224 x 203 mm (9 x 8 in.)
Provenance: Collection of Hans-Ulrich Beck, Augsburg (not in Lugt); C.G. Boerner,
Dusseldorf in 1977 (as Adriaen van Ostade).

Exhibited with Richard Berman:
Girolamo Mazzola Bedoli, (1500 – 1569)
Design for a Façade or Wall Decoration
Pen and brown ink, brown wash, heightened with white over traces of black chalk;
An old inscription in brown ink, lower left: Parmigino
Laid down on an old mount.
174 x 151 mm (6 3/4 x 6 in)
Provenance: Nicolas Lanier, London (Lugt 2885); Pierre Crozat?, his number (perhaps Lugt 3612); Richard Cosway, London (Lugt 628); Francis Abbot, Edinburgh (Lugt 970), his sale 22-26 January 1894, part of lot no 88 (as Parmigianino); Maurice Delacre; Gand, with a red label bearing an inscription in brown, n° 267, (Lugt 747a); Pierre Dupin; Onesse and Laharie, Landes; Christian and Isabelle Adrien, acquired by exchange, June 1976



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