OCT 26-29, 2017

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Aaron Galleries

BOOTH #515

For the past thirty-seven years, Aaron Galleries has specialized in offering fine 19th, 20th and 21st Century paintings and prints. Aaron Galleries handles fine examples of historical American landscape, still life and portraiture as well as works by renowned American Regionalists, Modernists and Abstract artists. Since the year 2000, we have a strong African American specialty and are continuously adding new and exciting works. Among the artists whose works are regularly featured are Thomas Hart Benton, Grant Wood, Beauford and Joseph Delaney, Ross Braught, Herman Menzel, Joseph Meert, Robert Motherwell, Sam Francis, Charles White, Rashid Johnson, Eldzier Cortor and many more. We are very proud to have the estates of artists, Ross Braught, Joseph Meert, and Joseph Delaney. You are always invited to browse our website which is continually being updated with our newest acquisitions. Offering friendly and personal service, and an extensive research library, Aaron Galleries is happy to work with first-time and experienced collectors building investment-quality art collections. We also work with designers and families looking to enhance their homes. Aaron Galleries adheres to the highest professional standards as members of the IFPDA International Fine Print Dealers Association and CINOA International Confederation of Art and Antique Dealers. We provide complete fine art services, including certified appraisals, framing, conservation and restoration.

1031 Waukegan Rd
Glenview, IL 60025, US,
Tel: (847) 724-0660
Patrick Albano, Owner, (312) 320-0660
http://www.aarongalleries.com

Thomas Hart Benton

Margaret T. Burroughs

Letterio Calapai

Beauford Delaney

Werner Drewes

Helen Frankenthaler

Grace Hartigan

Edward Hopper

Richard Hunt

Rashid Johnson

Rockwell Kent

Lee Krasner

Sarah Leuchtner

Samuel L. Margolies

Reginald Marsh

Joan Mitchell

Robert Motherwell

Hubert Neal Jr.

Robert Riggs

Betye Saar

Clover Vail

John von Wicht

Charles Wilbert White

Zao Wou-Ki

19th C.

19th C. > American

American Pre-1950

American Pre-1950 > Harlem Renaissance

American Pre-1950 > Regionalism

Classic Modernism

Contemporary (1970+)

Post-war Modern