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We are currently purchasing key works by select Bay Area and Blue Chip artists.  Please send images and details to

Jun Kaneko

Untitled Dango - ceramic 1999 20.25"h


Manuel Neri

Ostrakon Series Number 1 - 1997, bronze with patina, 19.5"h
AP from an edition of 4

sold, please inquire about other available works by Manuel Neri

Manuel Neri Ostrakon bronze sculpture


Roy DeForest painting for sale

Roy DeForest

The Cowboy - 28"x23"x2" acrylic and vinyl on board in custom frame


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Willem de Kooning

Untitled - oil paint on newsprint, Village Voice, 1976  ~11.5"x14.5"

Private Collection, United States (acquired directly from the artist)
Authenticity affirmed by Emily "Mimi" Kilgore




Willem de Kooning painting on newsprint Village Voice


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Izima Kaoru

three c-prints  

 (i) Shinohara Ryoko wears Vivienne Westwood, 1996
(ii) Yuki Nae wears Jill Sander, 2000
(iii) Shingyoji Kimi wears Hermes, 1996

each: signed in Japanese, titled, numbered and dated (on the reverse) 
each 10.3/4 x 13.3/4in. (27 x 34.4cm.)

$4200 each


Allen Ginsberg

photograph "Tangier 1961"

gelatin silver print  7.8"x11.6"
photograph signed, dated and annotated extensively in ink (in margin)

An absolutely historic gathering of the Beats in Tangier at William Burroughs'.



Allen Ginsberg photograph William Burroughs Corso Bowles Tangier


Terry St. John oil painting


Terry St. John

Mt. Diablo Ranch - Oil on board 36"x30" - framed
Has Hackett/Freedman label and exhibition label from Hearst Gallery 1998

One of the most widely exhibited painters living in the San Francisco Bay Area, St. John's works are in numerous public collections:

Oakland Museum of California, Oakland, CA
Masur Museum, Monroe, LA
City of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
Mills Gallery, Mills College, Oakland, CA
Fresno Art Museum, Fresno, CA


Other available works by Terry Saint John


Raimonds Staprans

Late Afternoon with a Half Boat oil on canvas 42"x42"


See available works by Raimonds Staprans here




Raimonds Staprans paintings gallery


Lisa Yuskavage painting 16"x12"


Lisa Yuskavage

Suspect oil on canvas 16"x12"

Museum collections which hold works by the artist include The Art Institute of Chicago; Gemeentemuseum, The Hague; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota; and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York



Peter Voulkos

Untitled ice bucket 6"h



Louise Nevelson love poem

Louise Nevelson

Handwritten and signed poem on Louise Nevelson's personal stationery.  


Manfred Schwartz

The Window - 22"x14" oil on canvas 1953




Manfred Schwartz painting art


Forrest Moses oil painting

Forrest Moses

Untitled - 48"x66" oil on canvas

Forrest Moses is one of the most respected contemporary landscape painters.
 “I  began finding my   way by direct observation and feeling. The land became my teacher.” Moses’ expressionistic landscape paintings, ranging from gentle New England streams to vast New Mexican panoramas, display a strikingly vivid juxtaposition between the literal and the abstract.  This is one of the finer examples of his large scale landscapes. 



Additional paintings and biographical information for Forrest Moses.

Mavis McClure

Milos - 2012 glazed ceramic, 26"hx25"x17"


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Mavis McClure seated male clay figure


Dale Chihuly original art glass midnight blue piccolo venetian          

Dale Chihuly

Midnight Blue Piccolo Venetian 1999 16.5"h


Beatrice Wood

Madonna charger 13" across

Wood's liaisons with artist Marcel Duchamp, writer Henri-Pierre Roche and others associated with the avante-garde Dada movement of the early 20th century, earned her the appellation "Mama of Dada."  Wood's ceramics are displayed in the permanent collections of 15 major U.S. museums, including the Smithsonian and New York's Museum of Modern Art.

Throughout her life, Wood challenged the relevance of age, saying often that "chocolate and young men" were the keys to her longevity. In the last few years of her life, neither her failing health nor her failing hearing were enough to keep her from entertaining guests at her Topa Topa mountain studio and home.



Beatrice Wood plate Madonna


Evgenij Kleno

Scene with fruit and bottles

oil on canvas

1965 40"x40"  



William Henry Jackson

Mirror Lake, Yosemite
c.1880s mammoth albumen print with hand coloring


Jackson was the leading photographer of the American West in the 19th century. His photographs helped turn Yellowstone into the first national park. He was the first white man to see and photograph the Mesa Verde ruins of the Anasazi people in Colorado. After the Hayden Survey years, Jackson settled down to a successful commercial career in Denver. His pictures now revealed the steady conquest of the Frontier by the railroads. By the 1890's he was called "America's greatest landscape photographer."

Jackson's credit, title, and number '1350' in the negative; double-mounted; in near pristine condition, minor fading; unframed.




William Henry Jackson photograph Yosemite


John Fincher painting

John Fincher

Demons of Memory - oil on canvas 36"x48"

Fincher was born in Hamilton, Texas, in 1941, but is primarily associated with the resurgent New Mexico arts community. Fincher's works have been widely collected and exhibited, including the Smithsonian, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Museum of New Mexico, The Dallas Museum of Art, and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.  This is a rare and stunningly personal work by Fincher, who is best known for his landscapes.



William Morehouse

Hills - Oil on canvas, 1963 18"x24"

William Morehouse [1929-1993] was born in San Francisco and attended the California School of Fine Arts 1947-1951 studying under Richard Diebenkorn, David Park, Clyfford Still and Elmer Bischoff. Morehouse taught with Diebenkorn, James Weeks and Nathan Oliveira from 1958 until 1967 at the California School of Fine Arts, later named the San Francisco Art Institute. Selected collections:

Yale University Graphics Collection, NY

Whitney Museum of American Art, NY

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Oakland Museum of Art

University Art Museum, Berkeley

Museo de Arte Moderno, Spain

Archives of American Art, Smithsonian, Washington DC

Crocker Museum of Art, Sacramento, CA




William Morehouse oil painting


Maria Porges sculpture

Maria Porges


Signed and dated on the cover sheet: Maria Porges 6/92
Glass and stacked paper 9 x 8 inches ( 22.9 x 20.3 cm )

Maria Porges received her MFA from the University of Chicago. She has exhibited at several national galleries, including John Berggruen, San Francisco; David Beitzel Gallery, New York; and Gallery A, Chicago. Porges has taught at the San Francisco Art Institute, UC Berkeley, and Stanford University






Anne Marie Paul

Target - bronze on black marble base 15"h

Anne-Marie Paul's life and work have been touched by extraordinary talent. Though essentially self-taught, her sculpture has been nurtured by the tutelage of Aimé Mæght and Joan Miro in Nice, France, where she was born in 1949, then in Paris in the ateliers of Alexander Calder, Georges Mathieu and César. At the early age of 25, Paul received France's most prestigious national art award, "Le Prix de Rome".

We are Anne Marie Paul's exclusive dealer for all the America's.  Dealer inquiries always welcome. 


Additional Paul works and biographical information. 



Anne Marie Paul sculpture


David Park male figure drawing

David Park

Seated Male Figure graphite on paper, 12"x8.8",  matted and framed

Inscribed "Lydia Park Moore 8-24-66" on reverse 

Exhibition sticker from the Stanford University Museum of Art
where it was featured in their 1988 David Park show.

David Park was part of the post-World War II alumnae of the San Francisco Art Institute which was called the California School of Fine Arts (CSFA) at the time. He revived an interest in figurative art, at first experimenting with still-abstracted forms that relied on color for their impact, dynamics and warmth. Park, along with Richard Diebenkorn and Elmer Bischoff, broke away from the philosophy of painting promoted by Clyfford Still, who taught at the Institute, forming what would later be called the Bay Area Figurative Movement. Their influence may be seen in the work of later Bay Area Figurative School artists such as Paul John Wonner, Nathan Oliveira, Manuel Neri, Henry Villierme and Joan Brown.


Archie Held

Lovers - water sculpture: stainless steel with basin 8'h


Additional works by Archie Held


Archie Held water sculpture "Lovers"
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