Sullivan Goss
AN AMERICAN GALLERY
Celebrating 27 Years of 19th, 20th and 21st Century American Art
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Palm Springs Modernism Show 2006
Highlights from the Sullivan Goss Inventory of American Modern Art
February 17, 2006 through February 19, 2006

Schedule of Events

  • Friday, February 17 - 6PM - 9PM: Early buying preview party and benefit for Palm Spring Preservation Foundation will feature booksigning by Julius Schulman in booth #500A and other surprises! $50 per person/$80 per couple
  • Saturday, February 18 - 11AM - 6PM: Modernism Show
  • Sunday, February 19 - 12PM - 5PM: Modernism Show
  • A Focus on Modernism

    As a gallery dedicated to promoting important American art from the nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first century, Sullivan Goss has been quietly assembling a collection of American modernism for the past five years. The artists represented by the gallery were some of the leading lights of American art in the twentieth century. Their influence as professional artists and, often as instructors, helped to establish America's importance in the global artistic dialogue. We strongly believe that major artists of this time are currently undervalued in the marketplace and that our gallery's depth of inventory gives us a unique opportunity to offer major works at reasonable prices.

    Artists in this Exhibit

    John Altoon | John Bernhardt | Ken Bortolazzo | Byron Browne | Harry Carmean | Lockwood de Forest | Aristides Demetrios | William Dole | Edgar Ewing | Anya Fisher | Richard Haines | Herb Kornfeld | Wayne Lacom | Emil Lazarevich | Dan Lutz | Anton Refregier | Frederick Remahl | Arthur Secunda | Claude Venard | Howard Warshaw