_F_rom January 26th until February 2nd, 2019, Master Drawings New York will take place in the Upper East Side of Manhattan. During this week, various international galleries and auction houses will display works in various galleries in the area – including several Dutch Old Masters works. To view all the locations of participating galleries and art dealers, download the brochure here.
Leo Gestel, “Portrait of Jan Wiegman seated on a Chair” (1921)
Established in 2006 and co-founded by Margot Gordon and Crispian Riley-Smith, Masters Drawings New York (MDNY) is the pre-eminent event for exhibiting and celebrating old master through contemporary drawings in the United States. Dealers from the United States and Europe showcase their highest quality drawings in galleries along Madison Avenue on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
Scheduled for the last week of January, the event coincides with the major Old Master auctions and scholarly events focused on drawings. It is a week dedicated to historic art, where collectors, scholars, museum curators and dealers travel to New York from around the world to view artwork and participate in the events around the city.
Galleries With Dutch Works
◊ Claes van Beresteyn, “Knotty Old Tree in the Dunes with a Fence” (Date unknown)
◊ Chris Beekman, “Moonlit landscape” (1904); “The Haystack” (1902); and “Young Woman in Profile” (1906)
◊ Willem van den Berg, “Andrean Condor”; and “Volendammer (Frerik Schokker or Kleine Frerik)” (1933)
◊ Jan van Bijlert, “Allegory of Smell” (c. 1630)
◊ Sigisbert Chrétien Bosch Reitz, “Morning Glory” (1899-1900)
◊ H.P. Bremmer, “The Water Well” (1903)
◊ Johan Briedé, “Skull” (1902)
◊ Theo van Hoytema (1863-1917), “Young Bearded Vultures”
◊ Willem van Konijnenburg, “Cranes and Deer” (1899); and “Manchurian Cranes” (1899)
◊ Jacobus van Looy, “The Mower” (c. 1898)
◊ Willem van Nijmegen, “Allegory of the Loss of Arnhem” (1672)
◊ Jan Toorop, “Pastor Van Straelen” (1902); “The Dream of the Seven Hills (De Droom der Zeven Heuvelen)” (c. 1913); and “The Crucifixion” (1920)
You can see all the works displayed by Mireille Mosler Ltd below: