Thursday, February 16, 2023 | 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Kim Keever at the LouvreNovember 29th, 2023- April 28th, 2024The Musée des Arts Décoratifs at the Louvre, Paris will feature Kim Keever’s (American b. 1955) sensational color photographs from November 29th, 2023 through April 28th, 2024 as part of a major retrospective highlighting the collaboration between Kim and the esteemed Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen from her Spring 2019 couture show. The exhibition titled Fashioning the Future will highlight Kim’s artworks in rooms 11-12 Voyage Cosmique. Abstract 34733d and Abstract 37361b will be featured in the exhibition. Abstract 30780d and Abstract 32527c were used by van Herpen as inspiration for the textiles for this collection. For additional details regarding the artworks in the show please contact our New York gallery +1 212 717 9100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Palm Beach Show 202316 - 21 February 2023
Waterhouse & Dodd is pleased to participate in The Palm Beach Show 2023. Highlights from our booth will include works by Peter Blake, Eric Fischl, Sam Francis, and Pablo Picasso. We will also be showcasing select works by contemporary artists Martyn Brewster, Doug Argue, Graham Dean, Andy Harper, Alessandro Keegan, Jean-Francois Rauzier, and Edward Povey, to name a few.
We will also present a solo booth by Andy Harper. Harper's work is propelled by scientific and artistic experimentation, and he paints dense tangles of foliage-inspired abstractions, working only in thin layers of wet paint to create depth and motion.
Formerly known as the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show, this prestigious art fair is the largest of its kind in the United States and one of the top cultural events of the Palm Beach season. The fair features international exhibitors displaying fine art but also jewelry and antiques.
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Opening Night Preview Party
VIP Preview – 5:00 pm Entry
Collectors Preview – 7:00 pm Entry
Friday, 17 February - Tuesday, 21 February 11am – 6pm
25 Paintings by Richard Eurich RA, 1903-1992An exhibition of 25 oil paintings by the very English painter, Richard Eurich, RA, OBE
Richard Eurich has at various times been compared to both Giorgio Morandi and the Italian Modernists, and to Franz Radziwill and the German ‘magic realists’. His paintings often appear disarmingly simple, and are imbued with a delicate and highly personalised sense of mystery and wonder, but they remain quintessentially English.
We are delighted to exhibit a group of 25 oil paintings by Richard Eurich, including a group of charmingly eccentric small portraits, two of his New Forest scenes, and a number of the distinctive coastal and beach scenes for which he is best known.
Jean-François Rauzier: GivernyNew York 28 October - 18 November 2022Jean-François Rauzier was invited by the Fondation Claude Monet to spend 3 months from May 2022 living and working in the grounds of Claude Monet's famous home and gardens, from...
ARTHUR HUGHES: a glimpse into a Pre-Raphaelite lifeLondonPainted in 1856, 'Mariana at the Window' is a wonderfully direct and intimate painting of his wife, Tryphena, who had just finished sitting for his most famous work, 'April Love’. Without artifice, shorn of the medieval dressing-up box and febrile laudanum-soaked atmosphere in which Rosetti and Morris and others painted their wives, and without any sentimental or melodramatic narrative, it even has scant reference to its poetic title. Instead, we get a glimpse of the fresh-faced young woman with whom he was to have six children and who remained his wife for 60 years.
Clive Head: Women in the CityOnline
Clive Head has continued to develop his art year-on-year from his realist beginnings in the 1990s. In these four works we trace how his depiction of female sitters - more specifically female sitters in an urban space - has evolved in line with his manner of painting and his preoccupations.
This online viewing room will run from 27th October through to 27th November 2022.
'Coming Up for Air': Paintings by Jon Schueler30 September - 18 November 2022
In an exhibition of twenty oil paintings at their gallery on Savile Row, Waterhouse & Dodd trace the artistic trajectory of Jon Schueler (1916 - 1992), American Abstract Expressionist painter. From pupil of Clyfford Still in California, and friend and associate of Joan Mitchell, Mark Rothko, Franz Kline, Willem de Kooning and Helen Frankenthaler in New York in the 1950s, Schueler became a talented painter who found fresh air and renewed inspiration in the remote West Highlands of Scotland. 'Coming up for air' was how himself described his escape to the Scotland he had dreamed about since World War II.
To coincide with this exhibition, Diana Ewer has curated a suite of Schueler’s Scottish paintings at The Caledonian Club in nearby Belgravia (9 Halkin Street, London SW1X 7DR). Painted at Mallaig on the Sound of Sleat in the 1970s and 1980s, they show how effectively Scotland healed many of the demons from which Schueler sought to escape: his difficult childhood, the guilt and anguish of his personal life, and above all the distressing flashbacks from the war years when, as navigator in a US Air Force bomber, he emerged as one of only two survivors from the original crew by the time he was discharged on medical grounds in 1944.
EDNA MANN 1926 - 1985Bomberg, Borough and beyond 6 June - 9 July 2022
With this group of 14 paintings from the 1950s and 1960s we trace Edna Mann’s development from pupil of David Bomberg, and founder of the Borough Group, to an independent artist with her own unique vision.
Having been cast out by Bomberg from his inner circle, for the apparent crime of getting pregnant and becoming a mother, Edna was able to experiment more freely with abstraction than her former associates. In this rare group of paintings sourced from her son’s attic one can see the variety of influences that followed after Borough.
Paintings from this online exhibition can be viewed at 16 Savile Row, and a selection will be on view at the Masterpiece Fair from 29th June – 6th July.
MASTERPIECE 202230 June - 6 July
Waterhouse & Dodd is thrilled to be exhibiting at this year's Masterpiece Fair, running from 30th June until 6th July. We will be showing a number of primarily European contemporary and modern artists including Georges Valmier, Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, Gwen John, Alexej Jawlensky, David Bomberg, Henry Moore, Edna Mann, Henri Matisse and Michael Ayrton.
Waterhouse & Dodd is pleased to represent the estates of important British, European and American artistsWaterhouse & Dodd has the privilege of representing a number of estates by established British, European and American artists. These include Dorothy Mead, Dennis Creffield, Richard Eurich, Jon Schueler, Georges...
Kim Keever at the LouvreNovember 29th, 2023- April 28th, 2024The Musée des Arts Décoratifs at the Louvre, Paris will feature Kim Keever’s (American b. 1955) sensational color photographs from November 29th, 2023 through April 28th, 2024 as part of...
Now Representing : Nazar BilykAn intelligent mix of tradition and innovation is a peculiar feature of Bilyk's work. In his sculptures, Bilyk addresses the individual viewer, exploring the relationship between society and the environment....
Art Market Commentary from Ray WaterhouseSeptember 2022 NewsletterHaving personally visited in the last three months art fairs or auctions in New York, London, Brussels, Maastricht and Seoul, I can confirm the overall art market is resilient if...
Jean-François Rauzier Giverny15 September - 23 NovemberWe are now releasing this special series online and will exhibit them in October first at the San Francisco Fall Show. Our gallery exhibition in New York, with Jean-François in...