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Acquavella Galleries  Impressionist, Modern & Contemporary Masters Follow us on Twitter @acquavellaart

#sneakpeek of our sculpture show, "Three Dimensions: Modern & Contemporary Approaches to Relief and Sculpture," opening next week. The show will be on view from September 25 - November 17th.
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🔎Here is one of Jacob El Hanani’s micrographic drawings, “Cursive Hebrew Alphabet” (2006), which will be on view in our upcoming exhibition opening October 2nd. The show, “Jacob El Hanani Linescape: Four Decades,” will be comprised of over thirty drawings on canvas and paper.
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Since he moved to New York in the early 1970s, Jacob has been committed to his exacting process, creating meticulously detailed, all-over drawings with thousands of microscopic marks in pen. From a distance, his drawings appear to be shimmering, abstract fields; only at close range does the viewer appreciate their painstakingly detailed surfaces. -
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#Regram from @prestel_UK: Unplug from the audio tour, ignore those information labels and leave your camera phone in your pocket, our Director @michaelalistairfindlay urges museum goers to really see art with all of their senses. His new book, "Seeing Slowing: Looking at Modern Art" is now available online and in bookshops. -
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🎾To celebrate the final day of the US Open, here is Wayne Thiebaud's "Tennis Ball" painting from 1968. An avid tennis player, the 97-year-old painter still plays the sport several times a week.🎾
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Wayne Thiebaud
"Tennis Ball," 1968
Oil on canvas, 12 x 12 inches
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🔭 Photo of our artist @damian.loeb shooting the #solareclipse in Wyoming a few weeks ago. We can't wait to see his new paintings based on these images!
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🍉Happy Labor Day weekend! 🍉To kick off the last weekend of summer, here is Wayne Thiebaud's "Watermelon Slices" from 1961. The gallery will reopen on Tuesday, September 5th. -
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Wayne Thiebaud, "Watermelon Slices," 1961
Oil on canvas, 16 x 22 inches
Private Collection
Art © WayneThiebaud / Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY
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#WayneThiebaud #LaborDay #watermelon #AcquavellaGalleries

Happy #NationalDogDay! 🐶 This painting by Lucian Freud features the whippet, Eli, whom Lucian gifted to his longtime assistant @davidelidawson. Eli was the great, great-niece of Lucian's beloved dog, Pluto. -
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Lucian Freud
"Eli," 2002
Oil on canvas
Private Collection
© The Lucian Freud Archive
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This photo was taken by our artist @damian.loeb in Wyoming during the total #solareclipse yesterday. 🔭☀️🌘🌑
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Two images of the sun (a photograph from 2013 and an oil study from 2014) by our artist @damian.loeb, in honor of the total solar eclipse which will be visible in New York City this afternoon! 🌞🌘🌑
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Happy National Lemon Meringue Pie Day! 🍋🍰 As a quintessentially American dessert, Wayne Thiebaud has depicted the subject in a variety of media over the past six and a half decades. This slideshow includes works from 1961-2013.
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This week's #MuseumMonday features a 1913-14 canvas by Marc Chagall which was sold by the gallery twice in the 1970s. Today this painting belongs to the @metmuseum, where it is currently on view.
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Marc Chagall met his wife and muse, Bella Rosenfeld, in their Russian hometown of Vitebsk in 1909. The artist was 22, and Bella, a talented writer, only 14, but for Chagall, it was love at first sight: “Her silence is mine. Her eyes, mine. I feel she has known me always, my childhood, my present life, my future.” It was this type of mystic love that Chagall portrayed in countless canvases of himself and Bella over the course of his career. In "The Lovers" (1913-14), begun during the period in which the approach of World War I separated Chagall from his future wife, we see a pair of nearly translucent, geometric figures reclining in an abstracted interior. The fiery red of a Russian sunset pours its light over the passionate lovers. Molded by Chagall’s thin, gentle hands, Bella’s blue and white body assumes the swirling motion of a night sky; for Chagall, Bella contained the world. The scene is edged in a deep black, contributing to our sense of magical, aestheticized vertigo; in "The Lovers," we see Chagall painting the spellbinding beauty of a lifelong romance, the dreamlike sensation of falling in love again and again.
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Marc Chagall (1887-1985), "The Lovers," 1913-14
Oil on canvas
43 x 53 inches (109 x 135 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York;
Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection, 1998
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Here is Wayne Thiebaud's painting, "Beach Dogs," to kick off the summer weekend! 🏖
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Wayne Thiebaud
"Beach Dogs," 2004-10
Oil on canvas
60 x 48 inches
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