Author's Note: This book would have been difficult for the non-profit Arts and Crafts Research Fund to undertake had it not been for the support and encouragement of the following underwriters. When you have the opportunity, please thank them for their role in making it possible for this, the first definitive, detailed investigation into Grant Wood’s nineteen lithographs, to be available for you.
Galleries and Dealers
William P. Carl Fine Prints
William Carl PO Box 14688 Durham, NC 27709
Tel. (919) 294-8228 cell (413) 221-2383 email@example.com williampcarlfineprints.com
We specialize in fine prints from the period 1850 to the present with an emphasis on color woodcuts, American prints, Dutch, Belgian and other fine European printmakers. Museums are a large part of our client base. We exhibit at print shows around the country including the IFPDA Print Fair in New York.
Steven Thomas, Inc.
Fine Art and Antiques PO Box 41 Woodstock, VT05091
(802) 457-1764 Stinc@sover.net Woodblock-prints.com
Steven Thomas deals in paintings and woodblock prints, etchings, and lithographs with an emphasis on those works created during, and exhibiting the tenets of, the Arts & Crafts movement. Steve enjoys introducing people to this wonderful artwork, offering reasonably priced items at shows and through his website.
Catherine Burns Gallery
PO Box 11201 Oakland, CA 94611
(510) 654-7910 firstname.lastname@example.org catherineburns.com
Catherine Burns, formerly a museum curator, has been a private dealer in fine prints and drawings for over thirty years. Her extensive inventory is focused on American 20th century art, French 19th century art, and British Modernism. In addition to Grant Wood, artists such as Mary Cassatt, Edward Hopper, Paul Landacre, Martin Lewis, Whistler and Edward Munch are well represented.
Eron Johnson Antiques
389 South Lipan Street Denver, CO 80223 (303) 777-8700
After forty years in business, our collection continues to evolve and expand with over 8000 pieces of antique and vintage, fine art, architectural salvage, furniture and lighting dating from the 17th century to the mid-20th century. Visit our 30,000 square foot Denver showroom or view out entire inventory online.
Stevens Fine Art
Steve Stoops Phoenix, AZ (by appointment only) (602) 870-3889
Stevens Fine Art handles American art from 1900-1960 and specializes in paintings and fine prints from the Depression era by numerous artists, including the Regionalists Benton, Wood, and Curry. Subjects include urban scenes, Prairie Printmaker works, and early abstratcions. We sell through our web site and at fine art and print shows.
445 Park Avenue New York, NY 10022 (212) 486-3580 email@example.com www.HA.com
The largest auction house founded in the United States and the world's third largest, Heritage Auctions has established a deep, diverse community that features precious objects in 40 unique collectibles categories. Heritage Auction's founders are collectors themselves, and their leadership in the fine art, collectibles and luxury goods industries have made Heritage the trusted choice for their worldwide clientele.
Swann Auction Galleries
104 E. 25th Street New York, NY 10010 (212) 254-4710 ext. 32
Todd Weyman, Director, Prints & Drawings Department firstname.lastname@example.org www.swanngalleries.com
Founded in 1941, Swann is the world's leading auction gallery for fine prints by American artists such as Benton, Curry, Wood, Lozowick, Hopper, Lewis and Sloan, among others. Swann sets the industry standard for American prints at auction, handling the most prints in a variety of multi-consignor and single-owner sales each year.
175 East 87th Street New York, NY 10128
Cynthia Klein, Director, Prints & Multiples prints@Doyle.com Doyle.com (212) 427-2730
Founded in New York in 1962, Doyle offers prints from the 17th century to the present in approximately fifteen auctions each year that showcase a wide range of artists at all price levels. Examples include Old Master, European, American and Contemporary prints and multiples, in addition to posters and Picasso ceramics.