Taylor | Graham is one of the most diverse and unique galleries in the world. We expertly handle American and European paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries, covering all major and minor movements from Academic, Impressionist, Symbolist, Expressionist, Tonalist, and Modernist, to Post-War and Contemporary. The gallery is distinguished by our museum-quality sculpture, also covering the above periods. As well, we selectively work with vintage and contemporary photography.
Madison Avenue Gallery Walk
A lively Saturday we report that brought in old clients, new faces, visitors to the city, and art appreciators! We feel this event is the starting point of our Spring Season – thank you Art News and the Madison Avenue Business Improvement Disctrict, especially Matthew Bauer for all of his hard work!
Celebrating French Impressionist Painting
We are one of the only galleries in New York to still present a showing of works from this Blue Chip sector of the market; we are pleased to offer for sale some rare and exceptional works. This exhibition is on view from April 25th until May 21st, running concurrent to TEFAF and only a block away from this venue. Be sure to stop in and view the works!
Carl Holty – Cover of Art & Antiques Magazine this Month!
We are so pleased that a major article is running and gracing the cover of the May issue of Art & Antiques Magazine. Holty was a major New York influencer (although this word did not mean what it means today) and intellect on the New York abstract scene from the 1930’s and particularly through the Color Field Movement. We will present a stunning and monumental selection of his later Color Field explorations.
Diversifying Our Artist Repertoire
We are delighted to have started promoting and educating collectors to the work of female artists going back to the early 1990’s when we started the “Taylor” part of our business in Greenwich, CT. We remain committed to further revealing their stories and their work as well as African and Asian American Artists who worked during the Post War era in this country.
Impressionism at Pont-Aven
The exhibition oscillates between the artistic ventures of Paul Gauguin and those of his contemporaries in Pont-Aven.
New Renderings Of Amenity Spaces At 420 Kent In Williamsburg
Designed to feel like a boutique hotel, the lobby boasts a co-working area, and an art gallery which will permanently showcase a bronze sculpture by Bill Barrett.
The Alexander Calder projects that never left the drawing board
Curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist and designed by Renzo Piano, a new exhibition at Centro Botín explores the boundless possibilities of the artist’s unrealised commissions and sheds light on little-known stories within his oeuvre