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Art Basel Miami Beach 2022

November 30 – December 3, 2022

GEORGE WESLEY BELLOWS (1882–1925), "Grammy Ames’ House, No. 1," 1916. Oil on panel, 18 x 22 in. Showing gilded Louis XV-style frame.

Grammy Ames’ House, No. 1, 1916
Oil on panel, 18 x 22 in.
Inscribed (by the artist’s wife, at lower left): Geo Bellows / ESB; (on the back): GRAMMY AMES’ HOUSE / Mrs GEO BELLOWS / 146 E 19st / NY

Image of Oscar Bluemner's New Hampshire Town, watercolor and gouache on paperboard, 11 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches, painted in 1931

New Hampshire Town, 1931
Watercolor and gouache on paperboard, 11 1/2 x 8 3/4 in.
Signed (at lower left): OFBluemner [initials in conjoined monogram]

CHARLES EPHRAIM BURCHFIELD (1893–1967), "Cobwebs in Autumn," 1949. Watercolor on paper, 18 x 25 in. Showing gilded ogee combed frame.

Cobwebs in Autumn, 1949
Watercolor on paper, 18 x 25 in.
Signed (at lower right): CEB [monogram] / 1949

a sculpture by Lily Cox-Richard of plaster casts of tree bark, a sweater sleeve and part of a basket, all stacked on top of a piece of sandstone

Lily Cox-Richard (b. 1979)

Wristie, 2022

Wildhorse swirl sandstone, plaster, concrete, sweater fuss, and pigment, 12 x 11 x 5 1/2 in.

a painting by Angela Fraleigh of various birds in a turbulent abstract setting

Angela Fraleigh (b. 1976)

So Help Me on this Full Moon Night, 2022

Oil, watercolor, amethyst, and tiger's eye on dibond panel, 57 x 45 in.

an egg tempera painting by Colin Hunt of a silhouette standing on the beach, whose void is filled with different views of clouds

Colin Hunt (b. 1973)

Many-Worlds Interpretation (H.C.H.M) No. 2, 2022

Egg tempera on panel, 81 x 41 in.

JOSEPH “JOE” JONES (1909–1963), "Demonstration," 1934. Oil on Masonite, 48 1/8 x 72 1/8 in. Showing painted and carved Modernist frame.

JOSEPH “JOE” JONES (1909–1963)
Demonstration, 1934
Oil on Masonite, 48 1/8 x 72 1/8 in.
Signed and dated: (at center right): Joe Jones / x24 [illeg.] Ano / 1934

CHARLES HOUGHTON HOWARD (1899–1978), "Bouquet," 1932. Oil on canvas, 31 x 41 in. Showing gilded Modernist frame.

Bouquet, 1932
Oil on canvas, 31 x 41 in.
Signed and dated (at lower right): howard 32; (on the back): C. H. Howard

a complex, surrealist tabletop still life painting by Honoré Sharrer featuring a dog, a pink napkin, flowers, bees and honey

Honoré Sharrer (1920-2009)

Dog, 1984

Oil on canvas, 40 x 40 in.

George Tooker (1920-2011), Stations of the Cross, 1984

George Tooker (1920-2011)

Stations of the Cross, 1984

Egg tempera on board, 14 panels, each 14 x 14 in.

Press Release

Hirschl & Adler eagerly looks forward to returning to Miami for Art Basel Miami Beach in 2022, our eleventh year in this important art fair. Every year the gallery’s mandate is to bring top examples of both the Pre-War and Post-War periods. Our unique approach to illuminating the narrative of modern American Art is grounded in highlighting the nuanced relationships between artists, both blue-chip and new discoveries. This year we will feature works by George Bellows, Oscar Bluemner, Charles Howard, Joe Jones, Blanche Lazzell, Norman Lewis, Grandma Moses, Winold Reiss, John Singer Sargent, Honoré Sharrer, Bill Traylor, Christopher Wilmarth, and others. These Pre-War and Post-War offerings will be complimented by work from contemporary artists Lily Cox-Richard, Angela Fraleigh, Julie Heffernan, Colin Hunt, and Elizabeth Turk. Additionally, we will once again participate in the fair’s Kabinett sector with a presentation of two late masterpieces by the American Realist painter George Tooker (1920 –2011) – The Seven Sacraments (three of the seven panels), 1980, and Stations of the Cross, 1984 – on display for the first time together outside the St. Francis of Assisi Church, in Windsor, Vermont. We look forward to seeing you there!

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