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Gayil NALLS Painting "Transformation" "Transformation" by New York artist Gayil Nalls is signed & dated on the back: G. Nalls, 1981. This painting has very thick impasto. More photos are available via email. In recent shows, Nalls' work has grown more Conceptual. Interdisciplinary artist Nalls' "World Sensorium" was part of New York City's New Years Eve millennium celebration. Nalls work has been exhibited over the past 20 years in Soho (NYC) and Chelsea (NYC) galleries. 
GARBELL "Deroulement XI" Oil Painting on Paper Russian-born School of Paris painter Alexandre Garbell (1903-1970), painted Deroulement XI in oil on paper. Like Item # 501845, this paintings shows a dockside crowd--these two Garbell paintings make a good pair. After WWII, the artist exhibited at Galerie du Siecle, Galerie Delpierre, Galerie Art Vivant (Paris), David Findlay (New York) and Galerie Bettie Thommen (Basel). This work's provenance is Galerie Framond (Paris). Both Galerie Framond and Galerie Charpentier mounted retrospe ctives honoring the artist in 1970. 
French Painting GARBELL Foule a Quai Russian-born School of Paris painter Alexandre Garbell (1903-1970), painted this picture of a French dockside crowd in oil on paper. After WWII, the artist exhibited at Galerie du Siecle, Galerie Delpierre, Galerie Art Vivant (Paris), David Findlay (New York) and Galerie Bettie Thommen (Basel). This work's provenance is Galerie Framond (Paris). Both Galerie Framond and Galerie Charpentier mounted retrospectives honoring the artist in 1970. Please note its companion piece Item # 501847. 
Charles HEWITT Painting "Black Cherry" Charles Hewitt's painting "Black Cherry" is a layering of transparent shapes and forms in a very romantic manner. The opaque Black Cherry--an image that Hewitt finds endearing and durable--visually pulls the painting together. Please email for lar ger and more detailed photos of this painting. The piece is framed simply with a wooden strip frame. Hewitt's work is represented in such major collections as : The Metropolitan Museum of Art (NYC), The Museum of Modern Art (NYC), The Library of Congress (DC), MIT--List Visual Arts Center (MA), The Brooklyn Museum & amp Chase Manhattan Bank (NYC). Buyer pays shipping and insurance. Visit Charles Hewitt's studio. View more Hewitt's graphics and paintings for sale.