Andrea Rico-Dahlin

Senior Director

Approaching 20 years in the industry, Andrea holds a BA in Art History, Minor in Fine Art, and MA in Modern Art, Connoisseurship, and History of the Art Market. She brings expertise from her experience in both museums and auction houses, having worked at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City and Christie’s in New York.

Since joining Heather James Fine Art in 2015, Andrea has secured consignments and helped build notable private and museum collections with important artists, which include Claude Monet, Alfred Sisley, Henri Matisse, Edgar Degas, Norman Rockwell, Andrew Wyeth, Elaine de Kooning, Andy Warhol, and Tom Wesselmann.

In the News

Women Artists with Andrea Rico-Dahlin

Andrea Rico-Dahlin, Senior Director, Heather James Fine Art speaks about pioneering women artists on view at our Jackson Hole gallery

De Kooning with Andrea Rico-Dahlin

Andrea Rico-Dahlin, Senior Director, Heather James Fine Art speaks about Elaine and Willem de Kooning on view at our Jackson Hole gallery

Latin American Masters with Andrea Rico-Dahlin

Andrea Rico-Dahlin, Senior Director, Heather James Fine Art speaks about Latin American masters on view at our Jackson Hole gallery

Jackson Hole Gallery Walkthrough – Summer 2021

Join us for a video tour of our Jackson Hole, Wyoming gallery location featuring art by Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Frida Kahlo, and Elaine de Kooning, among many others

Gustave Caillebotte with Andrea Rico-Dahlin

Fine Art Consultant Andrea Rico-Dahlin speaks about Gustave Caillebotte

Jackson Hole Gallery Walkthrough 2020

August 2020 walkthrough of our Jackson Hole gallery with Fine Art with consultant Andrea Rico-Dahlin

Edward Hopper Exhibition

Our exhibition of work by Edward Hopper in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, presents a personal look at the artistic history of the quintessential American artist. The paintings and works on paper explore the influences on Hopper’s profound, honest, and affecting American Realism. 

Guenther Uecker – Poesie der Destruktion

A co-founder of the ZERO group, an art movement based in Germany in the 1950s, Guenther Uecker and his contemporaries disrupted traditional painting.