Our new summer show, Monotypes, opened on Friday, July 17th, with a nighttime reception from 5-7pm. The exhibit will remain on view until September 12, 2015.
Our May 2015 Showcase has been sent to those on our mailing list. You can view it online here.
Our Early 20th Century and Contemporary Collection
was significantly expanded in summer and fall 2010, and we now feature a wide selection of work by modern American printmakers. We also regularly curate shows, often featuring regional and local artists.
Our Historical Collection
includes maps and prints on nearly all subjects from the 19th century and earlier. All prints are original, not reproductions.
American and Foreign Maps
depict all parts of the world. We also offer celestial maps and sea charts.
American and Foreign Views
include topographical and street scenes, bird's-eye views, and illustrations of events and landmarks.
consists of portraits and historical scenes illustrating the American Revolution, Civil War, Western settlement, industrialization, and political events.
Natural history subjects include botanicals and fruit, as well as birds, fish, animals,
shells, and butterflies.
depict yachting, naval history, and commercial shipping in port and on the high seas.
range from hunting and fishing to sports and games such as tennis, rowing, and football.
show scenes of everyday life, focusing on people at work and leisure, in both cities and rural areas.
Antiquarian Booksellers Assn. of America
Professional Picture Framers Assn.
Appraisers Assn. of America