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SELECTED ART GALLERIES

 

Allinson Gallery, Inc.   Storrs, CT
1-860-429-2322  |  allinson@earthlink.net

HELEN WEST HELLER
Bankrupt. c. 1928. woodcut, Migratory Urge, $275.
Centaurs, c. 1927, woodcut, $325.
Cop, 1927 woodcut, $850.
   signed and annotated 'Chicago' verso.
Dune, 1927, woodcut, $600.
Flogging, 1927, woodcut, $750.
Ghost on the Stair, c.1927, woodcut, $325.
Hall Bedroom, 1928, woodcut, Migratory Urge$175.
Hand and Rose, 1928 woodcut, Migratory Urge, $175.
Hooves, 1927, woodcut, $850.
In the Last Day the Sea Will Be Master, 1940, woodcut
   Actually 1926, HWH's 1st woodcut. . . $325.
March, c.1927, woodcut, $275.
Mother Earth , 1928, woodcut, $850.
November Twilight, 1928, woodcut, $650.
Pisces, 1928, woodcut, $850.
   Illustrated: Print Collector's Quarterly 29 (1942): 164.
Pont and War, c.1927, woodcut, $500.
Saint Francis Singing, 1928 woodcut, $650.
   Illustrated: Print Collector's Quarterly 29 (1942): 266
Secret woodcut, $475.
Silence, woodcut, $475.

Nicholas Angelo Fine Art & Prints
Lyons, CO   |   1-303-823-0607
nickart@greenspeedisp.net

Annex Galleries   Santa Rosa, CA
1-707-546-7352  |  artannex@aol.com

Arader Galleries   NYC
1-215-735-8811  |  info@aradergalleries.com

Frederick Baker, Inc.   Chicago, IL
1-312-243-2980  |  frebak@aol.com

James R. Bakker Antiques
Margaret J. PattersonBernard Simon
1-508-487-9081  |  jimbakker@aol.com

Bethesda Art Gallery   Glen Echo, MD

William P Carl Fine Prints
P.O. Box 958, Northampton, MA 01061
1-413-584-7020  |  WPCARL@aol.com

HELEN WEST HELLER (1872-1955)
Nocturne, 1928, woodcut, $900.
   Inscribed "St. Francis on Mount Verna."
   illustrated: American Prize Prints of the 20th Century,
   American Artist Group, 1949
   First Purchase Prize, Library of Congress, 1949.
BLANCHE LASSELL:
Provincetown Studio, 1933, woodcut, sold
Backyards, Provincetown,
   1926, white-line color woodcut, sold
Exhibition Announcement, circa 1930,
   woodcut printed in colors, $6,500
MARGARET JORDAN PATTERSON:
Woodcuts printed in colors:
Morning Glories, 1920s, woodcut colors, sold   (II)
Flanders Poppies, 1920s, woodcut colors, sold (II)
Poppies and Convolvolus, circa 1925,
   woodcut colors, sold   (II)
Summer Flowers, 1920s, woodcut in colors, sold
Swans, 1920s, woodcut in colors, sold
Monhegan , circa 1920-23, woodcut in colors, sold
The Sands, Chatham, likely 1918, woodcut in colors, sold
Summer Clouds, 1918, woodcut in colors, sold
Nantucket, circa 1920, woodcut in colors, sold
The Bouquet, 1920s, woodcut in colors, sold
Bleeding Heart, circa 1925, woodcut in colors, sold
Spring Flowers, 1920s, woodcut in colors, sold
Anemones, 1920s, woodcut in colors, sold
A Salt Creek, Cape Cod, circa 1918,
   woodcut printed in colors, sold

Marc Chabot Fine Arts  
P.O. Box 869
Southbury, CT 06488 1-203-206-2141  |  marc@mcfinearts.com
HYMAN BLOOM (1913-2009)
Three Fish Heads, etching
Two Fish, etching, ca. 1970
HELEN WEST HELLER (1872-1955)

Childs Gallery   Boston, MA [artists]
1-617-266-1108  |  info@childsgallery.com

HERBERT BARNETT
American (1910-1972)
JACK KRAMER
American (1923-1984)

Davenport & Shapiro Fine Arts   Bridgehampton, NY
1-631-537-3324 | cell: 1-631-834-6919
lsdart@optonline.net

HELEN WEST HELLER (1872-1955)
HWH PRINTS:
HWH: WPA Mural Panels

Equinox Gallery Limited
Vancouver, Canada   1-604-736-2405

Abigail Furey Fine Prints, LLC.
Brighton, MA
www.fineprintcollecting.com
1-617-782-1382 |  abigailfurey@aol.com

Gallery West   Humble, TX

Conrad R. Graeber Fine Art  Clyndon, Maryland
Portraits of ArtistsArt/Print Related Web Sites
1-410-526-3770  |  cgraeber@conradgraeber.com

Hirschl & Adler Galleries, Inc.   New York, NY
1-212-535-8810

Jerry W. Horn Art Gallery   Pittsburgh, PA 15234
1-800-477-6449  |  hornartgallery@aol.com

Howe Modern Art   Bloomingdale, IL
1-630-529-0787

JMW Gallery   Boston, MA  [prints]
1-617-338-9097  |  mail@jmwgallery.com

Kennedy Galleries, Inc.   New York, NY
1-212-541-9600  |  inquiry@kgny.com

Arnold Klein Gallery   Royal Oak, MI
1-248-647-7709  |  info@arnoldkleingallery.com

R. M. Light & Co. Inc.   Santa Barbara, CA

The Old Print Shop   New York, NY
1-212-683-3950  |  info@oldprintshop.com

SIGMUND ABELES

Paperwasp Studio   New York, NY

Paramour Fine Arts   Franklin, MI
1-248-539-7775  |  edogul@paramourfinearts.com

Edward T. Pollack Fine Arts   Mashpee, MA
1-508--539-4720  |  mailto:pollackbks@aol.com

Franklin Riehlman Fine Art   New York, NY
Walter Murch
1-212-879-2545  |  mail@keoghriehlman.com

Saltimbanque Fine Art   Long Island, NY

Keith Sheridan Fine Prints   New York NY
1-917-208-0717
KeithSheridanFinePrints@yahoo.com

HELEN WEST HELLER: (187 2-1955)
Dune, 1927, woodcut, sold
Flogging, 1927, woodcut, sold
Hooves, 1927, wood engraving, sold
Interference, c. 1927, woodcut, $650
   Annotated in the artist's hand: cat #3 and Key. Blk. #3
   Black "key" block for colored woodcut, Two Women
• untitled (Architect), 1948, woodcut, sold

Spaightwood Galleries   Upton MA
1-800-809-3343  |  sptwd@verizon.net

Spanierman Gallery   New York NY
Margaret Jordan Patterson
1-212-832-0208  |  info@spanierman.com

Craig Starr Associates   New York, NY
1-212-570-1739

M. Lee Stone Fine Prints, Inc.   San Jose, CA
1-408-446-5287  |  lee@mleestonefineprints.com

HELEN WEST HELLER (1872-1955)
Cop, 1927, woodcut, $750
Cider Press, 1939, woodcut, $275

Steven Thomas, Inc   Woodstock, VT
1-802-457-1764  |  stinc@sover.net

HELEN WEST HELLER (1872-1955)
West Wind, 1932 woodcut, $595
MARGARET JORDAN PATTERSON
Swans, circa 1920s,
   woodcut printed in colors with embossing.
Study for "Lily Pond" - watercolor & gouache, c. 1920, $3750
   With a graphite drawing of the same scene on the reverse.

Vose Galleries LLC   Boston MA
1-617-536-6176  |  info@vosegalleries.com

Wenniger Art Gallery   Rockport, MA
1-978--546-8116  |  wenniger@tiac.net

 

 

PRINTMAKING RESOURCES

 

IFPDA International Fine Print Dealers Ass.

 

 

Although Helen West Heller did not consider herself a modernist. Modernism, in the cultural historical sense, is can be defined as the new artistic and literary styles that emerged in the decades before 1914. On February 15th, 1913, the first avant-garde art show (Armory Show) in America opened in NYC. Modernist artists rebelled against the late19th century norms of depiction and literary form, in an attempt to present what they regarded as an emotionally truer picture of how people really feel and think.

 

 

SELECTED AUCTION HOUSES

 

ArtPrice.com auction results

AskArt  [Heller]

James R. Bakker Auctioner
1-508-487-9081  |  jimbakker@aol.com

Blackwood Fine Art
& Antique Auctioneers

3 South Avenue, Essex, MA 01929
Telephone: 978-768-6943
E-mail: info@blackwoodauction.com

Rachel Davis Fine Arts
1301 West 79th Place,
Cleveland, OH 44102
Tel. 216/939.1190   Fax 216/939.1191
Email: webinfo@racheldavisfinearts.com

William Doyle Galleries (auctions)

S.B. & Company Auctioneers
[Sharon Boccelli]
358 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02139
(617)354-7919
email: info@sbauctioneers.com

Skinner Auctions
Bolton/Boston, MA

Swann Galleries, Inc.
104 East 25th Street,
New York, New York 10010
Tel. 212-254-4710   Fax. 212-979-1017
General Inquiries: 212-254-4710, ext 0
Email: swann@swanngalleries.com
Prints and Drawings
Todd Weyman, Director (prints & draw)
212-254-4710 ext.32
tweyman@swanngalleries.com

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