Gladwell & Patterson at ‘Palm Beach Jewelry, Art and Antique Show,’ West Palm Beach

GUSTAVE LOISEAU L’Yonne à Auxerre Medium: Oil on canvas Size: 19¾” x 25½” / 50cm x 65cm

Gladwell & Patterson exhibits at “Palm Beach Jewelry, Art and Antique Show,” West Palm Beach.

The “Palm Beach Jewelry, Art and Antique Show” includes a series of beautiful and vibrant landscapes near Auxerre, by Gustave Loiseau. The artist will form the focus of the Post-Impressionist Collection of paintings. On display are the works of Alfred Sisley, Georges Robin, Alexandre Jacob, Gustave Loiseau and Salvador Dali among the other notable Impressionist and Post-Impressionist artists.

Their magnificent collection of Marine paintings by Derek G. M. Gardner, Montague Dawson, and Ronny Moortgat will showcase the finest talent in maritime painting from the twentieth century till today.

The company’s origins are to be found in Gladwell & Company, founded by John Boydell in 1752. Boydell initially specialized in the commission of fine prints from the leading artists of the day. In the late 19th century Harry Gladwell, son of Henry William Gladwell, travelled to Paris where he made an impression on a struggling young artist, one Vincent Van Gogh, and over the course of the 20th century the gallery’s fortunes became indelibly entwined with the Fuller family who still runs the business to this day. In 2004, a new venture saw the business arrive in Mayfair, as Gladwell and Company purchased the old, highly-regarded firm of W.H. Patterson Fine Arts at No. 19 Albemarle Street.

The exhibition will be on view from February 14 through February 20, 2018, at Palm Beach, County Convention Center 650 Okeechobee Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33401.

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Click on the slideshow for a sneak peek at the exhibition.

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