An Exhibition of Paintings and Collages by Flora Jacobson
SHOW EXTENDED THROUGH JUNE 30!
Phyllis Lucas Gallery / Old Print Center
235 East 60th Street
"Jacobson's pictures occupy a space somewhere between the fanciful miniatures of Paul Klee, the wildly inventive drawings of the great New Yorker draftsman Saul Steinberg, and such graphic masters of Art Nouveau as Gustav Klint and Egon Schiele."
-Ed McCormack, Gallery & Studio
Flora Jacobson, "Over The Bridge," collage and mixed media, 3.5 x 3.75"
Flora Jacobson, "Still Life," oil on canvas, 11 x 14"
Flora Jacobson, "Jenine," oil on canvas, 12 x 16"
Our friend, Salvadore Dali...
The Phyllis Lucas Gallery - Old Print Center, established in 1928, is one of the oldest antiquarian print galleries in New York City. In the 1930s and 1940s, the Gallery was also a publishing house which specialized in French etchings under the label "Paris Etching Society." In the early 1960s, the gallery worked exclusively with Salvador Dali as the North American publisher of the artist's limited edition lithographs.
Today, the Gallery continues to carry a diverse selection of antique, modern and contemporary works on paper and offers a large inventory of antique maps and illustrations; engravings, etchings and lithography; modern and contemporary fine art photography and prints; original paintings; and vintage posters. Our large selection of
classic New York City scenes from the early 19th century make unique and memorable souvenirs of a visit to Manhattan.
The Phyllis Lucas Gallery - Old Print Center also offers custom, archival and museum quality framing services as well as archival restoration of prints, works on paper, photographs, paintings and antique frames.
We welcome you to browse our online catalog and encourage you to visit the Gallery on your next visit to New York City. We are located in the Upper East Side/Midtown East neighborhood of Manhattan.
Our hours are:
Weekdays 10am - 5pm
Saturdays 2pm - 5pm
For information, please call 212-755-1516 or click here.
Visit us at 235 East 60th Street, between 2nd and 3rd Avenues. We look forward to seeing you in our new space.