January 2014 press release

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New York’s Upper East Side welcomes
MASTER DRAWINGS NEW YORK
as the world’s most acclaimed drawings dealers
greet private and institutional clients
Saturday January 25 – Saturday February 1 with Preview Friday Jan 24 4-8pm

NEW YORK Jan 11 – In a fifteen block stretch of the Upper East Side’s “Gold Coast’ in New York, 26 of the most acclaimed international dealers in Master Drawings will show the latest artworks entering the market during the eighth edition of MASTER DRAWINGS NEW YORK, January 25th through February 1, 2014 with a Preview Friday January 24th from 4 to 8pm.

Timed to coincide with New York’s major January art-buying events, including the Old Master auctions and The Winter Antiques Show, MASTER DRAWINGS NEW YORK (www.masterdrawingsinnewyork.com) includes top dealers from the US as well as the UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy.

Originally conceived as an annual walkthrough, MASTER DRAWINGS NEW YORK has grown into a ‘must see’ event with a number of New York dealers making their galleries available to their overseas colleagues for the week.

MASTER DRAWINGS NEW YORK has received strong support as its range and influence has grown each year. Critics applaud the fact that the artworks on view cut across the full range of styles, centuries, mediums and genres and provide pricing options that are attractive both to seasoned and new collectors. Dealers show important pencil, pen and ink and chalk and charcoal drawings, as well as oil on paper sketches and watercolours.

Among this year’s highlights is an introduction for the MDNY brochure by artist ERIC FISCHL – the first time MDNY has invited an artist to contribute. There are also many noteworthy exhibitions planned by dealers, ranging from the largest selling exhibition of Thomas Gainsborough drawings in the US since 1914, by London dealer Lowell Libson, to a series of IPad drawings digitally printed on rag paper by the contemporary Mexican artist, Elena Climent, who is expected to be in New York for the exhibition.

New York Old Masters specialist Margot Gordon and London dealer Crispian Riley-Smith jointly founded the New York event in 2006 and are delighted to see how well it has matured, with top tier dealers offering an incredibly diverse array of artworks created between the sixteenth and twentieth centuries.
Gordon says, “As an art form master drawings are unique because they represent the very first creative spark of the artist. You are invited to enter the artist’s mind and share his passion. It’s a strong motivator to those who love art and care about possessing the very first thoughts of the artist.”

“MASTER DRAWINGS NEW YORK has become very special to both private and institutional clients because it makes it convenient to see a number of exhibitions from the very top tier of world dealers in a single area of the city and close by other venues they need to visit,” Riley-Smith adds. “For those interested in learning more about the quality and range of drawings on offer, there’s simply no better way to expose yourself to the very finest examples.”

Gordon admits that, “Some visitors to our shows are surprised to see that not all our drawings date to the early centuries. We have several dealers who specialize in 20th century works. In fact, our members display everything from Medieval illuminations to preparatory studies by Raphael, to Picasso sketches. We particularly love the fact that curators, museum patrons, private collectors and the press all get to see the newest market offerings of each form at one time. It’s a model that works similarly well with our sister event in London each June, London Art Week, which also incorporates top dealers in master drawings.

“With our format, dealers get to put their individual stamp on their own exhibitions and can entertain their private and museum clients as they like. We stage Private Previews for our clients the day before MASTER DRAWINGS NEW YORK officially begins. This year that will be Friday, January 24, from 4 to 8pm.”

MDNY will host a late night opening Tuesday, January 28th and a series of talks by drawings specialists among its members.

With such a wide range of options on offer, Gordon and Riley-Smith point out that drawings and watercolours represent a wonderful collecting opportunity, especially to those forming a new collection. Price points range from several thousand dollars to several million.

In previous years, noted experts on the subject have contributed to the brochure, including William Griswold, Director The Morgan Library and Museum, New York; Cara Dufour Denison, Curator Emerita Drawings and Prints at The Morgan; Linda Wolk-Simon, the Charles W. Englehard Curator and Department Head Drawings and Prints, The Morgan Library; Rhoda Eitel-Porter, former Curator and Department Head; Isabelle Derveaux, Curator Modern and Contemporary Drawings, The Morgan Library; Rick Scorza, Thaw Senior Fellow Morgan Drawing Institute; and Margaret Holben Ellis, Eugene Thaw Professor of Paper Conservation and Director, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University and Director, Thaw Conservation Center Morgan Library & Museum.
Cara Denison says, “Master Drawings New York is an indispensable event for lovers of drawings.”

If You Go
2014 MASTER DRAWINGS NEW YORK
Private Preview Friday, January 24, 2014 from 4 to 8 pm
Open to the public Saturday, January 25 – Saturday February 1
January 24(Friday)                      4-8pm Private view opening of Master Drawings New York
January 25(Saturday)                  Open weekend: 11 am to 6pm
January 26(Sunday)                    Open weekend: 2-6pm.
January 27(Monday)                   Open 11am-6pm
January 28(Tuesday)                   Open 11am-6pm, late opening till 8pm
January 29(Wednesday)          Open 11am-6pm
January 30 (Thursday)                Open 11am-6pm
January 31 (Friday)                     Open 11am-6pm
February 1(Saturday)                  Finish of Master Drawings New York at 6pm.

The 2014 brochure is available at www.masterdrawingsinnewyork.com

Exhibitors at MASTER DRAWINGS NEW YORK include….
Didier Aaron                                       www.didieraaron.com
L’Antiquaire & The Connoisseur     www.lantiquaire.us
Jean-Luc Baroni www.jlbaroni.com
Richard A. Berman Fine Art                    richardberman@earthlink.net
Christopher Bishop Fine Art                www.oldmasterdrawingsandprints.com
Les Enluminures                                 www.lesenluminures.com
C. G. Boerner                                      www.cgboerner.com
Sigrid Freundorfer Fine Art                 www.artnet.com/sigridfreundorfer.html
Lowell Libson                                     www.lowell-libson.com
Margot Gordon Fine Arts                    mgordonfinearts@aol.com
Mary-Anne Martin www.mamfa.com
Van Doren Waxter
in collaboration with Beck & Eggeling    www.vandorenwaxter.com
Leonard Hutton Galleries                   www.leonardhuttongalleries.com
Jose de la Mano Galeria de Arte          www.josedelamano.com
Marianne Elrick-Manley
Fine Art and Artur Ramon Art            www.arturamon.com
Barbara Mathes Gallery                       www.barbaramathesgallery.com
Moeller Fine Art                                  www.moellerfineart.com
Jill Newhouse www.jillnewhouse.com
Nissman, Abromson Ltd                     www.pada.net/members/memDetail.php/31
Mireille Mosler Ltd                             www.mireillemoslerltd.com
Stephen Ongpin Fine Art                    www.stephenongpinfineart.com
Pandora Old Masters                           www.pandoraoldmasters.com
Crispian Riley-Smith Fine Arts            www.riley-smith.com/crispian
Laura Pecheur                                     www.laurapecheur.fr
Mia N. Weiner                                     www.oldmasterdrawings.com
Guy Peppiatt Fine Art Ltd                   www.peppiattfineart.co.uk
Simone Romano e Figli                      www.antiksimoneromanoefigli.com

Didier Aaron, Inc.
32 East 67th Street
New York, NY 10065
Telephone: +1 212 988 5248
Email: info@didieraaron.com
Website: www.didieraaron.com

Exhibition Title: Master Drawings 1600 – 1850

Antoine Berjon (1754 – 1843)
An apple tree branch
Oil on board laid down on panel
9⅜ x 12 ½ in (239 x 319 mm.)
Executed circa 1800

Luc Olivier Merson (1846-1920)
Illustration project for the ‘ Trophées’ of José Maria de Heredia
Graphite, black ink and white gouache
14 ⅜ x 9 ⅞ in. (365 x 251 mm)
Bears the Merson’s stamp on lower right
Executed circa 1895

L’Antiquaire & The Connoisseur Inc.
36 East 73rd Street
New York, NY 10021
Telephone: +1 212 517 9176
Email: info@lantiquaire.us
Website: www.lantiquaire.us

Daniel Dumonstier (1574–1646)
A Portrait of a Young Woman in a Ruffled Collar
Medium: Black chalk and pastel
10 ¼ x 7⅝ in. (260 x 192 mm)

Octavianus Monfort (active in Turin, 2nd half 17th century)
Still life with pomegranate, apple, peach, pears, plums and gourd; with carnation and hyacinths, resting atop a ledge
Tempera on parchment
8 x 9½ in. (204 x 242 mm.)

Jean-Luc Baroni
at Carlton Hobbs LLC
60 East 93rd Street
New York, NY 10128
USA
Tel: 001 212 423 9000
7/8 Mason’s Yard, Duke Street, St James’s, London SW1Y 6BU
Tel: 0044 20 7930 5347
Email: info@jlbaroni.com
Website: www.jlbaroni.com

Lucian Freud Berlin 1922-2011 London
A Walk to the Office
Conté crayon on paper.
224 x 141mm.

Benedetto Luti Florence 1666-1724 Rome
A Pair of Head Studies both in profile, a Girl with her Hair Tied back and a Gold Earring and a Young Boy. Both pastel on board. Original frames and backing boards inscibed Il Cavalier Benedetto Luti 1719.

Richard A. Berman Fine Art / Master Drawings 16th to 20th Centuries
Exhibiting at: Gavin Spanierman 1044 Madison Avenue Suite 4F NY 10075
Cell: +1 917 378 0543
310 Duke Ellington Blvd New York NY 10025
Telephone: +1.212.678.0543
Email: richardaberman@earthlink.net

Paul Bril (1554-1626)
Mountainous Landscape with a River
Pen and brown ink, washes over charcoal,
circa 15805-159°5
8Vg x 10’4 in’ 208 x 277 mm

Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo
Rinaldo Abandoning Armida
Pen and black ink and gray washes

Signed in brown ink (lower right):  Dom Tiepolo f
284 x 202 mm. (11 1/8 x 8 in.)
Executed circa 1757 From the important album of Earl of Beauchamp, broken up and sold at Christie’s in 1965.  The album was formerly owned by  Francesco Guardi and Horace Warpole.

Christopher Bishop Fine Art
Exhibiting at Dickinson Fine Art, 19 East 66th Street, New York, NY 10065
Telephone: +1 212 772 8083
173 Main Street, Norwalk CT, 06851
Cell: +1 203 494 8853
Email: bishopfineart@optonline.net
Website: www.oldmasterdrawingsandprints.com

Pietro Antonio Novelli (1729-1804)
Diana at her Bath
Pen and grey washes.
11¼ x 8⅛ in. (287 x 205 mm)

Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, called il Guercino (1591-1666)
Study of a Woman with a Hand held to her Breast
Brown ink and brown washes
5¾ x 6 ½ in (145 x 165 mm)

C. G. Boerner
23 East 73rd Street, New York, NY 10021
Telephone: +1 212 772 7330
Fax: +1 212 772 7334
Email: info@cgboerner.com
Website: www.cgboerner.com

Exhibition Title: Old Master Drawings from Osberton Hall

Paolo Farinati (1524 1606)
Lamentation
Pen and brown ink with wash and white heightening on blue paper
15 ⅝ x 10 ⅞ in. (397 x 275 mm)

Roman School
Apollo and Diana, a partial copy of a frieze by Polidoro di Caravaggion depicting The Punishment of Niobe.
Pen and brown ink with wash and white heightening
9 3/16 x 14 1/8 in. (235 x 359 mm).

Marianne Elrick-Manley Fine Art and Artur Ramon Art
Exhibiting at: Leigh Morse Fine Arts, 22 East 80th Street – #5, New York, NY 10075
Telephone: +1 917 747 7605
Marianne Elrick-Manley Fine Art, 118 Riverside Drive, New York, NY 10024
Telephone: +1 212 873 7282
Email: marianne@elrickmanley.com
Website: www.arturamon.com

Andrea de Lione (Naples 1596 – 1677)
Head of a man with turban
Red chalk
11 x 8¼ in (280 x 210 mm)

Mariano Fortuny y Marsal (Reus 1838-1874 Rome)
The Tapestry Merchant
Watercolor, signed, dated and dedicated ‘al amich Moragas / Fortuny / Roma 1867’ in brown ink at the lower right.
11⅞ x 8 in (301 x 203 mm)

Les Enluminures
23 East 73rd Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10021
Telephone: +1 212 717 7273
Email: newyork@lesenluminures.com
Website: www.lesenluminures.com

Italy, Lombardy [Santa Maria di Monte Oliveto di Baggio near Milan?], c. 1430’s
f. 9v, Monks singing the Office; Decorated Initial A Asperges me…]
Gradual, (Use of the Olivetan Benedictines)
In Latin, illuminated manuscript on parchment
5 miniatures by the Olivetan Master (Frater Jeronimus?) and the Maestri del Corali di Lodi
23½ x 17⅛ in. (595 x 435 mm)

France, Paris, c. 1320-1330
f. 169v, The Ascension of Christ
St Taurin Missal (Use of the Benedictines)
In Latin and French, illuminated manuscript on parchment
15 large historiated initials by an artist in the circle of Jean Pucelle, signed by the scribe Jean de Massingy
8⅞ x 6¼ in. (225 x 157 mm)

For Master Drawings New York 2014 Les Enluminures hosts a special exhibition entitled ‘Sacred Song: Chant in the Middle Ages and Renaissance.’ Approximately 35 manuscripts from the thirteenth to the sixteenth centuries will be on view. A fully illustrated catalogue with color photographs and scholarly entries by Susan Boynton (Columbia University) and Laura Light (Les Enluminures) accompanies the exhibition. There will be a special event at 6 pm on February 5 “The Singer and the Scholar” with Anne Azema (Director, The Boston Camerata) and Susan Boynton. Reservations are required for this event.

Sigrid Freundorfer Fine Art, LLC
790 Madison Avenue, Suite 602, New York, NY 10065
Telephone: +1 212 517 9700
Fax: +1 212 744 5982
Email: sffa@earthlink.net
Website: www.artnet.com/sigridfreundorfer.html
Closed Sunday 26 January
Exhibition Title: The Natural World: Modern and Contemporary Drawings

Merce Cunningham (1919-2009)
Untitled (Grasshopper), 1998
Ink and colored pencil
9 x 12 in. (230 x 305 mm.)

Merce Cunningham (1919-2009)
Untitled (Grey Bird)
1998
Ink and colored pencil on paper
12 x 9 in (305 x 230 mm.)
Signed lower center

Margot Gordon Fine Arts
Exhibiting at: Shepherd/ W & K Galleries, 58 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10075
Telephone: +1 212 861 4050
1400 5th Avenue, Townhouse A, New York, NY 10026
Email: mgordonfinearts@aol.com
Telephone: +1.212.595.4969

Martyn Gregory
Exhibiting at Pia Gallo, 53 East 64th Street, Third Floor, New York, NY 10065
Tel +1 212 369 4420
Exhibition title: British watercolours and drawings 1770-1870

34 Bury Street, St James’s, London, SW1Y 6AU.
Tel +44 20 7839 3731
Email mgregory@dircon.co.uk
Web www.martyngregory.com

James Ward, RA (1769-1859)
Study of two stags’ heads
Oil over pencil on paper
RA’
10 ⅞ x 17⅜ in (275 x 440 mm)

Joseph Mallord William Turner, RA (1775-1851)
A windmill with cottage and wagons
Pencil and watercolor
7 x 9 ¼ inches (178 x 235 mm)

Leonard Hutton Galleries
790 Madison Avenue, Suite 506, New York, New York 10065
Telephone: + 1 212 751 7373
Email: art@leonardhuttongalleries.com
Website: www.leonardhuttongalleries.com
Exhibition title: Worldly Impressions: A Century of Drawings
Closed Sunday 26 January

Joan Miró (1893-1983)
Le numéro de music hall, 10 November 1938
Gouache and pencil on cardboard
10 x 7 ½ in (254 x 191 mm)

Lowell Libson Ltd
Exhibiting at: Mitchell-Innes & Nash, 1018 Madison Avenue,
New York, NY 10075
Cell: +1 347 403 0333
Telephone: +1 212 744 7400

3 Clifford Street, London W1S 2LF
Telephone: +44 (0)207 734 8686
Email: pictures@lowell-libson.com
Website: www.lowell-libson.com

Exhibition title: British Art and a special exhibition: ‘Gainsborough and the Landscape of Refinement.’ The largest selling exhibition of Thomas Gainsborough drawings to be held in the US since 1914 with several newly published and never exhibited before.

Thomas Gainsborough RA (1727-1788)
A Family Outside a Cottage Door, circa 1775-6
Pen and ink, grey and pink washes over pencil, 7⅝ x 9 ¾ in (194 x 247 mm)

Edward Lear (1812 – 1888)
The Cedars of Lebanon
Inscribed, dated and numbered: ‘The Cedars / Lebanon / 20 . 21 May 1858 (193)’, pencil, pen and ink and watercolour
(14 ¾ x 21 ¼ in) 375 x 540 mm

José de la Mano Galería de Arte
Exhibiting at: Arader Galleries, 2nd Floor, 1016 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10021
Telephone: +1 212 628 7625
Claudio Coello, 6 28001 Madrid, Spain
Madrid Telephone: +34 91 435 0174

Email: info@galeriajosedelamano.com
Website: www.galeriajosedelamano.com

JUAN NIÑO DE GUEVARA (Madrid, 1632–Malaga, 1698)
The Apparition of the Virgin and Child to Saint Francis and the Vision of the Cross
Pen, ink and brown wash on paper
212 x 153 mm

MARIANO SALVADOR MAELLA (Valencia, 1739-Madrid, 1819)
The Allegory of Eternity, 1802-1804
Pencil and grey wash on paper
197 x 374 mm

Mary-Anne Martin Fine Art
23 East 73rd Street, New York, NY 10021
Telephone: +1 212 288 2213
Email: mamartin@mamfa.com
Website: www.mamfa.com
Exhibition Title: Elena Climent: Drawing with Light

Elena Climent, Mexican, b. 1955
Alebrije Cat in Oaxaca
8 x 10 3/16 inches (image)
IPad drawing digitally printed on rag paper
2012

Elena Climent, Mexican, b. 1955
Tin Cactus and Old Leaves
8 x 11 inches (image)
IPad drawing digitally printed on rag paper
2012

Barbara Mathes Gallery
22 East 80th Street, New York, NY, 10075
Telephone: +1 212 570 4190
Fax: +1 212 570 4191
Email: art@barbaramathesgallery.com
Website: www.barbaramathesgallery.com

Exhibition Title: Modern and Contemporary Master Drawings

Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008)
Spring Clearance, 1961
Solvent transfer, ink, gouache, and graphite on Strathmore paper, signed and dated on verso: Rauschenberg 1961
23 x 29 in (584 x 737 mm)

Jan Dibbets (b. 1941)
Wien, 1990-91
Color photo, watercolor on paper on cardboard, signed, titled, and dated on verso: Jan Dibbets, “Wien,” 1990/91
24 x 24 in (610 x 610 mm)

Moeller Fine Art, New York – Berlin
IMPRESSIONIST, MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART
35 East 64th Street, New York, NY 10065
Telephone: +1 212 644 2133
Email: mail@moellerfineart.com
Website: www.moellerfineart.com
Exhibition Title: Lyonel Feininger: Precision of Fantasy

Lyonel Feininger (1871-1956)
Gasse, 1923
Watercolor and ink on paper
15 ¾ x 11 in. (400 x 302 mm)

Mireille Mosler Ltd
35 East 67th Street, New York, NY 10065
Telephone: +1 212 249 4195
Email: info@mireillemoslerltd.com
Website: www.mireillemoslerltd.com
Exhibition title: Dutch and Flemish Old Master Drawings

Jacobus van Looy (1855- 1930)
A Water Carrier in Tangier
Signed ‘Jac.v. Looy’
Pastel on paper
320 by 250 mm.

Nicolaas Struyk (1686-1769)
Lizards and crustaceans
Bodycolor and grey wash on paper
380 by 262 mm

Jill Newhouse Gallery
4 East 81st Street, New York, NY 10028
Telephone: + 1 212 249 9216
Email: maildrop@jillnewhouse.com
Website: www.jillnewhouse.com

Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947)
Woman Painting, 1944
Pencil on paper, signed lower center
6 ⅞ × 5¼ in (176 × 132 mm)

Nissman, Abromson Ltd
Exhibiting at: Jill Newhouse Gallery, 4 East 81st Street, (1st floor), New York, NY 10028
Telephone: +1 212 249 9216
Cell: +1 617 792 6044
286 Clinton Road, Brookline, MA 02445
Telephone: +1 617 735 0467
Email: mail@nissman-abromson.com
Website: www.pada.net/members/memDetail.php/31
Exhibition Title: Italy and the Italianate

Francesco Fontebasso (1707 – 1769)
Study of Heads
Pen and brown ink with umber and brown washes and traces of red chalk.
8 x 10¼ in. (204 x 260 mm.)

Giorgio Morandi (Bologna 1890 – 1964 Bologna)
Still Life
Graphite. Signed: Morandi / 1941. 6 3/8 x 8 5/8 in. (163 x 220 mm.)

Stephen Ongpin Fine Art
Exhibiting at: Mark Murray Fine Paintings, 39 East 72nd Street, Fifth Floor
New York, NY 10021
Cell: +1 917 587 1183
Riverwide House, 6 Mason’s Yard, Duke Street, St James’s London. SW1Y 6BU
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7930 8813
Email: info@stephenongpinfineart.com
Website: www.stephenongpinfineart.com
Exhibition title: Five Centuries of Master Drawings

Nicolas II Huet (c.1770-1828)
An Indian Elephant
Pen and brown ink and watercolour, with touches of gouache on vellum laid down on board.
Signed and dated huet fils 1810 at the lower right.
312 x 446 mm. (12 ¼ x 17⅝ in.)

Claudio Bravo (1936-2011)
A Seated Man Seen from Behind
Pastel on buff paper.
Signed and dated ‘CLAUDIO BRAVO / MCMLXXXIII’ in red chalk at the upper right.
381 x 300 mm

Pandora Old Masters Inc.
Exhibiting at: Leon Tovar Gallery, 16 East 71st Street
New York, NY 10021
PO Box 1761, New York, NY 10021
Tel: +1 212 628 1974
Fax: +1 212 409 8961
Mobile: +1 917 664 1124
Email: info@pandoraoldmasters.com
Website: www.pandoraoldmasters.com

Laura Pecheur
Exhibiting at: Gallery Stephen Schlesinger & Franklin Riehlman, 24 East 73rd Street,
2nd Floor, New York, NY 10021
Cell: +33 (0)6 07 37 35 48
Telephone: +1 212 734 3600
Telephone: +33 (0)147 70 04 38
16 Rue de la Grange Batelière 75009 Paris, France
Email: l.pecheur@free.fr
Website: www.laurapecheur.fr

Marguerite Burnat-Provins (1872 -1952)
Ma ville
Pen and brown ink with watercolor over pencil
17¾ x 12½ in (455 x 320 mm)
Signed, dated 1926

Gillis Claesz Hondecoeter (1575 -1638)
A wooden Landscape
Pen and brown ink, with yellow wash and blue chalk
10 ⅜ x 15 in (263 x 380 mm)

Guy Peppiatt Fine Art Ltd
Exhibiting at: Godel & Co
39A East 72nd Street, Fourth Floor, New York, NY 10021
Cell: + 44(0) 7956 968 284

Riverwide House, 6 Mason’s Yard
Duke Street, St. James’s
London SW1Y 6BU

Telephone: +44 (0)20 7930 3839
Email: guy@peppiattfineart.co.uk
Website: www.peppiattfineart.co.uk

Samuel Palmer (1805-1881)
View on the Devon Coast
Watercolour over pencil heightened with touches of bodycolour
7 ¼ by 10 ½ in. (187 x 269 mm)

Francis Towne (1740-1816)
Ludlow Castle, Shropshire
Signed lower left: F. Towne/delt. 1777/no 46 and inscribed verso: a view of Ludlow Castle, Shropshire./ Drawn on the spot/ by/ Francis Towne July 21st 1777
Pen and grey ink and watercolour on five sheets of paper joined on original washline mount
11 ¾ by 22 ¼ in. (30 x 57 mm)

Crispian Riley-Smith Fine Arts Ltd
Exhibiting at: Shepherd/ W & K Galleries, 58 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10075
Cell: + 44 (0)7771 552509
Telephone: +1 212 861 4050
Exhibition Title: ‘Italian Figure drawing’ and ‘The Dutch Vision: Birds, Cities and Landscapes’
Summergill, Kirkby Malham, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 4BS
UK Tel: +44 (0)1729 830 734
Email: crispian@riley-smith.com
Website: www.riley-smith.com/crispian

Gaetano Gandolfi (1734-1802)
A Sheet of studies of Six Fantastical Heads, circa 1780s
Pen and brown ink on paper
213 x 211mm. (8½ x 8⅜ in)

Aert Schouman (1710-1792)
A Black tailed Godwit [Limosa Melanura]
Pencil, pen and ink and watercolour and gum arabic
357 x 247 mm. (14 x 9 ¾ in.)

Mattia & Maria Novella Romano
Exhibiting at: Trinity House Paintings, 24 East 64th Street, N.Y., NY 10065
Telephone +1 212 813 0700
Cell: +39 339 81 90 183
Email: info@antiksimoneromanoefigli.com
www.antiksimoneromanoefigli.com
Simone Romano e Figli – Firenze
36, Borgognissanti, 50123 Florence, Italy
Telephone/Fax: +39 055 239 60 06

Francesco Salghetti Drioli (1811 – 1877)
Hector reproaches Paride
Pen and brown ink, brown wash, heightened with white, on paper, signed and dated ‘F. Salghetti f.1831 Roma’
9 ¾ x 13 ¼ in (236 x 336 mm)

Van Doren Waxter in collaboration with Beck & Eggeling
23 East 73rd Street, New York, N.Y. 10021
Telephone: + 1 212 445 0444
Email: info@vandorenwaxter.com
Website: www.vandorenwaxter.com
Exhibition title: Emil Nolde: Expressions in Watercolor

Emil Nolde (1867-1956)
Young Woman with a Big Hat
Watercolour on paper
5⅜ x 3⅞ inches (137 x 99 mm)

Mia N Weiner
Exhibiting at: L’Antiquaire and The Connoisseur, 36 East 73rd Street, New York, NY 10021
Telephone: +1 212 517 9176
Cell :+1 860 480 0100
Mountain Road, Norfolk, CT 06058
Telephone: +1 860 542 1893
Cell: +1 860 480 0100
Email: mweiner@oldmasterdrawings.com
Website: www.oldmasterdrawings.com

Attributed to Giovanni Battista Baiardo (circa 1620–1657)
Christ Restoring the Heart of St. Catherine of Siena
Pen and brown ink , brush and wash
15 ½ x 10 ¼ in. (394 x 261 mm.)

Josephus Augustus Knip (1777 – 1847)
Landscape with Ruins of a Monastery by a River
Signed Lower left ‘J.A.Knip’ and inscribed by the artist, pencil under drawing, pen and grey ink, brush and watercolour
14⅞ x 20 in. (377 x 500 mm.)

For more information you may contact:
Susan Bishopric
THE BISHOPRIC AGENCY
212 289 2227 susan@susanpr.com

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