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A Hirschl & Adler Sampler

Staff Picks to Stimulate and Delight (Online and Social Media Only)

June 8 – August 21, 2020

Purvis Young (1943–2010), "Urban Angels with Funeral and Cars," about 1990. Mixed media on wood, 48 x 48 in.
Robert Natkin (1930–2010), "Untitled (Hitchcock)," 1988. Acrylic on linen, 70 x 80 in.
Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Diana Horowitz (b. 1958), "World Trade Center Reflecting Pools and Harbor #2," 2011. Oil on linen, 42 x 30 in.
Hiram Powers (1805–1873) "Bust of the “Greek Slave," 1852. Marble, 15 in. high x 9 5/8 in. wide x 6 in. deep
Elizabeth Turk (b. 1961), "Script: Column 9," 2018. Marble, 56 1/2 in. high x 10 in. wide x 10 in. deep (83 in. with wood base)
O. Louis Guglielmi (1906–1956), "Tumblers," 1942. Oil on composition board, 10 x 8 in.
Childe Hassam (1859–1935), "Seascape: Appledore, Isles of Shoals," 1902. Oil on canvas, 14 1/4 x 19 1/2 in.
"Neo-Classical Convex Girandole Mirror with Candle Arms," about 1810. American, probably Salem, Massachusetts. Eastern White Pine (Pinus strobus), gessoed and gilded, and partially ebonized, with convex mirror plate, glass drip pans, blown and cut, glass prisms, gilt-brass candle cups and bobeches, and brass chain 43 in. high, 38 in. wide, 10 5/8 in. deep
Honoré Sharrer (1920–2009), "Roman Landscape," 1990. Oil on canvas, 20 x 17 in.
Francis Guy (1760–1820), "Rhinebeck Landing, Hudson River," about 1817–20. Oil on canvas, 39 1/2 x 66 in.

Press Release

One of the great strengths of Hirschl & Adler is the scope of its inventory. From early American portraiture and Neo-Classical furniture, to groundbreaking paintings by Modernist masters and Self-taught artists, the gallery’s holdings truly offer something for nearly everyone. Over the next 2 weeks, the staff of Hirschl & Adler will present and discuss their favorite works on Facebook and Instagram, so please be sure to visit us daily. Enjoy the show.

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