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Location: 506 East 74th Street, #4W, New York, NY 10021
Call: 212 288-7272
Email: info@godelfineart.com
Hours: Monday – Friday 10am – 6pm, Weekends by appointment

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AboutEst. 1980

We are a different art gallery. We own the vast majority of our inventory because we believe that artworks of superior quality prove to be excellent investments over time. During the past thirty-two years we have sold artworks of major historical importance to museums and private collections across the country. We understand the relevance of rarity, composition, subject matter, dating, condition, provenance, and framing. Some of the museums that we have sold to in the past include The L.A. County Museum of Art, The Baltimore Museum of Art, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, The National Gallery of Art, and many others. We welcome all inquiries.

Our extensive inventory regularly features landscapes in the Hudson River School and luminist styles, as well as still-life, genre, and marine subjects. Our collections also incorporate Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, the Ashcan School, and early modernism. Artists represented include Albert Bierstadt, William Bradford, J. G. Brown, James Buttersworth, Thomas Cole, Jasper Cropsey, Asher B. Durand, Childe Hassam, Martin Johnson Heade, Winslow Homer, Eastman Johnson, John F. Kensett, Fitz Henry Lane, John Marin, Willard Metcalf, Thomas Moran, Raphaelle Peale, William Trost Richards, Theodore Robinson, Severin Roesen, and Taos School artists such as Irving Couse, E. Martin Hennings and Walter Ufer, just to name a few.

Primary Areas of Expertise

Landscapes in the Hudson River School and luminist styles, as well as still-life, genre, and marine subjects. Our collections also incorporate Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, the Ashcan School, and early modernism.

  • Drawings: 19th century, Modern & Contemporary, Paintings & Watercolors:, American 19th Century, European & American Impressionism, Post Impressionism & Modern, Post-War & Contemporary
  • Sculpture (excl. Asian, Ancient & Medieval): Art Deco & Art Nouveau, Modern
From the Dealer

BUYING & SELLING FINE ART
We are always interested in purchasing high-quality works of art. If you are thinking about selling a single work or an entire collection, please call or e-mail us. We guarantee strict confidentiality and a prompt response.

APPRAISALS AND AUTHENTICATION
We will provide written insurance and fair market value appraisals for your fine art. We can also offer our opinion regarding the authenticity of your fine art. For appraisals go to www.americanartappraisal.com .

RESEARCH
We offer free research on your fine art on a limited basis. Services include artist biographies, approximate dating, and unofficial scholarly opinions on American paintings before 1940. In your inquiry, please include the unframed dimensions, the medium (oil, watercolor, pastel), the support (canvas, wood, cardboard, paper), any inscriptions on the front or back of the painting, and clear digital images of the front and back of the painting. Please direct inquiries to Thomas Quick, Director of Research.

FRAMING
We can advise and assist in choosing the perfect antique or reproduction frame for your paintings. We are also interested in purchasing antique frames. For more details, please visit our frame department website at www.fineartframes.com, or call Nino De Leon at 212-288-0058.

CONSERVATION
Preserving and maintaining the beauty of your works of art requires the advice of trusted experts. We work with the best restorers in the New York area, and can help you make the right decisions in caring for your paintings and frames.

LIGHTING
We recommend Decorative Lighting Inc. Specializing in the Illumination of Fine Art. Contact the gallery or call Scott Barker of Decorative Lighting Inc. at 845-692-5539.

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