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Janet Lehr's Art Market Recap

AIPAD's gala opening built quickly to a crowded crescendo last evening.  Dealers reported healthy sales on works of 19th, 20th and 21st century artists as disparate as Edward Steichen, Carleton Watkins, Irving Penn, Man Ray and Vic Muniz.    It's an exhibition, where all the works are for sale.  It's certainy worth a special trip into the city.  The exhibition, at the 67th Street Armory in NYC runs until 6pm this Sunday.

 

1>MATTHEW BRANDT    From the series Lakes and Reservoirs (unique print)  YOSSI MILO GALLERY

2>VERA LUTTER    Pepsico  HOUK GALLERY

3>MAXFIELD PARRISH  (2) Landscape photographs c.1910-20 VINTAGE Largest 16x20 inches  One with handdrawing on the photograph by Parrish  PAUL CAVA GALLERY   -   Parrish paintings sell in the multi-millions

4>EDWARD WESTON  Steel Mill OH 1922 VINTAGE PRINT  GITTERMAN GALLERY

5>ROGER FENTON  Orientalist  VINTAGE Albumen print c.1856  DANIEL BLAU GALLERY

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