Bright red, yellow, blue and white artwork by Sam Gilliam. The shape if the composed of nine sides

The Art Show 2019 Presentation Preview

Join us February 27 - March 3, 2019, at the Park Avenue Armory

We are pleased to be exhibiting at the Art Show, where we will present works by Sam Gilliam, Alfred Jensen, Stuart DavisGeorge Ault, Harry BertoiaIrene Rice Pereira, Charles Sheeler, and Helen Lundeberg. Below, discover some of the works we’ll be presenting or download our preview document here.

Detail of a work by Alfred Jensen using bright red, yellow and blue colors
Alfred Jensen, Guatemalan/American, 1903-1981. Doric Order, 1962. Oil on canvas. 54 x 54 inches. Signed, titled, inscribed and dated on the verso
Bright red, yellow, blue and white artwork by Sam Gilliam. The shape if the composed of nine sides
Sam Gilliam, American, b. 1933. King of Prussia, 1980. Acrylic on canvas. 80 x 90 1/4 inches. Signed, titled and dated on the reverse
This work by George Ault shows a desert landscape under a bright blue sky
George Copeland Ault, American, 1891-1948. Moonlit Desert, 1941. Oil on canvas. 20 x 28 inches. Signed and dated lower left
This work by Irene Rice Pereira shows an industrial composition inspired by cubism
Irene Rice Pereira, American, 1902-1971. Machine Composition, 1935. Oil on canvas. 34 x 42 inches. Signed lower right
This detail shows blue, grey and pink shapes inspired by industrial designs
Charles Sheeler, American, 1883-1965. Meta-Mold, 1952. Oil on Canvas. 25 1/4 x 31 inches. Signed and dated lower right
This work by Helen Lundeberg depicts four female characters next to a river and trees in front of a mountain
Helen Lundeberg, American, 1908-1999. The Mountain, c. 1933. Oil on celotex. 48 x 54 inches. Signed lower right

Cover image: Sam Gilliam, American, b. 1933. King of Prussia (detail), 1980. Acrylic on canvas. 80 x 90 1/4 inches. Signed, titled and dated on the reverse