An exhibition spanning more than 100 years and including some of the biggest names in art — from Mary Cassatt to Pablo Picasso to Andy Warhol — has opened for the summer at Heather James Fine Art.
An exquisite mixed media piece by Robert Rauschenberg and a bronze horse by Deborah Butterfield share a space with a stunning Cubist work by Pablo Picasso, and works on paper by by Anish Kapoor and Sean Scully. The Impressionist and Modern salon includes early California paintings, including a portrait by Joseph Kleitsch, and landscapes by William Wendt. This salon also features an intimate pastel by Mary Cassatt, a Surrealist canvas by Salvador Dalí, a Cubist painting by Maria Blanchard, and one of the earliest and best bronze sculptures by Henri Matisse.
The exhibition also includes paintings by Hung Lui, sculptures by Sophie Ryder, and Pop prints by Chuck Close, Jim Dine, Damien Hirst, Ed Ruscha, and Andy Warhol.