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Kraushaar Galleries

15 E 71st St, #2B, New York
Tuesday - Friday: 10 am - 5 pm




Summer's Coming
Apr 06-May 25
Our spring exhibition will begin as we say good bye to winter with Alice Neel’s painting, Snow Scene, circa 1938, which comes from the collection of the writer Fanya Foss. Foss and Neel maintained a stormy friendship and each featured their relationship in their own work. The arrival of warm weather, spring and summer, will be on view in a selection of 20th century works. John Sloan captures the vibrant colors of Gloucester and the heat of the sun in his 1914 ''portrait of a place,'' Niles Pond, Gloucester. Alfred Maurer's equally lush and modern Landscape with Path is a fauvist rendering of the landscape in the woods along the Hudson River. Working the garden with a shovel, ''an object made by anonymous hands'', becomes intimate as you move the soil with the painterly surface of Jim Dine's Shovel, 1975. With a nod to Cezanne, Matisse and Renoir, the southern France landscape bears fruit in William Glackens’ Picking Fruit, 1925. The graphics gallery will focus on images of fruit and include works by Gifford Beal, Catherine Drabkin, William Glackens, Robert Kulicke, William Sommer, and Max Weber.