Acquavella Galleries, Inc.
New York, United States

Acquavella Galleries, Inc.
18 East 79th Street (between Madison and Fifth Avenues)

New York, NY 10021 United States
Phone +1.212.734.6300, Fax +1.212.794.9394
http://acquavellagalleries.museum.com    info@Acquavellagalleries.com
http://www.Acquavellagalleries.com

Hours Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Holder William Acquavella
Contact Person Eleanor, Alexander, Nicholas Acquavella

between Madison and Fifth Avenues

Detailed Information about us (overview)
Gallery publicity: Publications

Description
Acquavella offers 19th, 20th and 21st century works by the world’s most renowned artists.
Acquavella is a family-owned gallery founded by Nicholas Acquavella in 1925. The gallery first specialized in works of the Italian Renaissance, but in 1960, when William Acquavella joined his father, the focus of the gallery expanded to major works of the 19th and 20th centuries, including masters of Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Cubism and Surrealism. Recently, William Acquavella has been joined by daughter Eleanor and his two sons Alexander and Nicholas, and the entire scope of the 20th century is now represented, including Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art.
For over eighty years, Acquavella has sold major paintings and sculpture to private collectors and museums worldwide. The gallery has presented museum-quality exhibitions of Monet, Degas, Cézanne, Sisley, Renoir, Pissarro, Modigliani, Bonnard, Tanguy, Léger, Picasso, Matisse, Rauschenberg, Feininger, Giacometti, Miró, Freud and Rosenquist. Acquavella is the exclusive international agent for the renowned British painter Lucian Freud and the celebrated American painter James Rosenquist.

Esperanza Sobrino, Tsutomu Takashima, Michael Findlay, Eleanor Acquavella, Nicholas Acquavella and Alexander Acquavella are directors of Acquavella. Their combined experience represents a wide range of expertise in acquisition, appraisal and education. Business can be conducted in French, Italian, Japanese and Spanish as well as English.

Acquavella is located at 18 East 79th Street in New York City, occupying a five-story French neo-classical townhouse.

Artists:
The Featured Works listed below have been selected from the gallery inventory. Please contact us for more information about available paintings, drawings and sculpture by these artists.

Arp, Jean
Biography: Jean Arp
Featured Work: Paolo et Francesca


Auerbach, Frank
Biography: Frank Auerbach



Bacon, Francis
Biography: Francis Bacon


Basquiat, Jean-Michel


Bonnard, Pierre
Biography: Pierre Bonnard
Catalogue: Pierre Bonnard


Boudin, Eugene
Biography: Eugene Boudin
Featured Work: Beach Scene


Bourgeois, Louise



Brancusi, Constantin
Biography: Constantin Brancusi


Braque, Georges
Biography: Georges Braque



Caillebotte, Gustave


Calder, Alexander
Biography: Alexander Calder


Caro, Anthony
Biography: Anthony Caro
Catalogue: Anthony Caro 1982-1984 Four Phases


Cézanne, Paul
Biography: Paul Cézanne
Catalogue: Cézanne Watercolors


Chagall, Marc
Biography: Marc Chagall



Cornell, Joseph
Biography: Joseph Cornell



Dali, Salvador
Biography: Salvador Dali


Daumier, Honore
Biography: Honore Daumier


Davis, Stuart


de Chirico, Giorgio
Biography: Giorgio de Chirico


de Kooning, Willem
Biography: Willem de Kooning


de Vlaminck, Maurice
Biography: Maurice de Vlaminck



Degas, Edgar
Biography: Edgar Degas
Featured Work: Danseuse Rajustant son Chausson
Catalogue: Edgar Degas


Delacroix, Eugene
Biography: Eugene Delacroix


Delaunay, Robert
Featured Work: Hommage a Bleriot (Esquisse)


Delvaux, Paul
Biography: Paul Delvaux
Featured Work: La Halte


Derain, Andre
Biography: Andre Derain
Featured Work: Le Pont de Chatou


Diebenkorn, Richard
Biography: Richard Diebenkorn
Catalogue: Richard Diebenkorn


Dubuffet, Jean
Biography: Jean Dubuffet
Featured Work: Goodbye by the Window



Dufy, Raoul
Biography: Raoul Dufy



Ernst, Max
Biography: Max Ernst



Feininger, Lyonel
Biography: Lyonel Feininger


Fontana, Lucio
Biography: Lucio Fontana


Francis, Sam
Biography: Sam Francis


Freud, Lucian
Biography: Lucian Freud
Featured Work: David and Eli || Head of Ib
Catalogue: Lucian Freud: recent work 1997-2000 || Lucian Freud: New Work



Gauguin, Paul
Biography: Paul Gauguin



Giacometti, Alberto
Biography: Alberto Giacometti
Catalogue: Alberto Giacometti


Gorky, Arshile
Biography: Arshile Gorky


Gris, Juan


Guston, Phillip
Biography: Phillip Guston
Featured Work: The Wall II


Guttuso, Renato
Biography: Renato Guttuso



Hockney, David
Biography: David Hockney
Featured Work: Lila de Nobili



Jenney, Neil
Biography: Neil Jenney
Featured Work: Husband and Wife



Johns, Jasper
Biography: Jasper Johns



Kandinsky, Wassily
Biography: Wassily Kandinsky
Featured Work: Grun (Green)


Kelly, Ellsworth


Kiefer, Anselm
Biography: Anselm Kiefer
Featured Work: Emanation


Klee, Paul
Biography: Paul Klee


Klein, Yves
Biography: Yves Klein


Klimt, Gustav
Biography: Gustav Klimt



Kline, Franz
Biography: Franz Kline



Léger, Fernand
Biography: Fernand Léger
Catalogue: Fernand Léger


LeWitt, Sol
Biography: Sol LeWitt


Lichtenstein, Roy
Biography: Roy Lichtenstein


Lipchitz, Jacques


Louis, Morris
Biography: Morris Louis
Featured Work: Libation



Magritte, René
Biography: René Magritte



Maillol, Aristide
Biography: Aristide Maillol


Manet, Edouard
Biography: Edouard Manet


Manzoni, Piero
Biography: Piero Manzoni


Marden, Brice


Marini, Marino
Biography: Marino Marini


Matisse, Henri
Biography: Henri Matisse
Featured Work: Odalisque on a Striped Coat


Matta, Roberto
Biography: Roberto Matta
Featured Work: Untitled



Millares, Manolo
Biography: Manolo Millares
Featured Work: Cuadro 186


Miró, Joan
Biography: Joan Miró
Featured Work: Femme 1/6
Catalogue: Joan Miró


Mitchell, Joan
Biography: Joan Mitchell


Modigliani, Amedeo
Biography: Amedeo Modigliani
Catalogue: Amedeo Modigliani 1971


Mondrian, Piet
Biography: Piet Mondrian


Monet, Claude
Biography: Claude Monet
Catalogue: Four Masters of Impressionism: Monet, Pissarro, Renoir & Sisley || Claude Monet


Moore, Henry
Biography: Henry Moore



Morandi, Giorgio
Biography: Giorgio Morandi


Motherwell, Robert
Biography: Robert Motherwell



Newman, Barnett
Biography: Barnett Newman


Noguchi, Isamu
Biography: Isamu Noguchi



Oldenburg, Claes
Biography: Claes Oldenburg
Featured Work: Cigarettes with Smoke



Picasso, Pablo
Biography: Pablo Picasso
Featured Work: Femme Nue, Homme a la Pipe et Chien || Deux Hommes en Armure || Tete || L'Atlelier a la California


Pissarro, Camille
Biography: Camille Pissarro
Catalogue: Four Masters of Impressionism: Monet, Pissarro, Renoir & Sisley



Pollock, Jackson
Biography: Jackson Pollock



Rauschenberg, Robert
Biography: Robert Rauschenberg
Catalogue: Robert Rauschenberg Drawings 1958-1986


Redon, Odilon
Biography: Odilon Redon
Featured Work: Trees Under a Stormy Sky || Anemones


Renoir, Pierre-Auguste
Biography: Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Catalogue: Four Masters of Impressionism: Monet, Pissarro, Renoir & Sisley


Richter, Gerhard


Riopelle, Jean Paul
Biography: Jean Paul Riopelle


Rosenquist, James
Biography: James Rosenquist
Featured Work: Air Hammer



Rothenberg, Susan
Biography: Susan Rothenberg


Rothko, Mark
Biography: Mark Rothko


Ryman, Robert
Biography: Robert Ryman



Schiele, Egon
Biography: Egon Schiele


Seurat, Georges
Biography: Georges Seurat


Signac, Paul
Biography: Paul Signac


Sisley, Alfred
Biography: Alfred Sisley
Catalogue: Four Masters of Impressionism: Monet, Pissarro, Renoir & Sisley



Smith, David
Biography: David Smith


Soutine, Chaim
Biography: Chaim Soutine



Tanguy, Yves
Biography: Yves Tanguy
Featured Work: Untitled (Les Profondeurs Taccites)
Catalogue: Yves Tanguy


Tinguely, Jean
Biography: Jean Tinguely
Featured Work: The Excavator


Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de
Biography: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec


Twombly, Cy
Biography: Cy Twombly



Van Dongen, Kees
Biography: Kees Van Dongen



Van Gogh, Vincent
Biography: Vincent Van Gogh


Vuillard, Edouard
Biography: Edouard Vuillard



Warhol, Andy
Biography: Andy Warhol
Featured Work: Flowers (Four Blue Flowers on a Green and Black Field)


Wesselmann, Tom
Biography: Tom Wesselmann











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