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WESTCHESTER MAG AND PETER MAX

In 2012, Westchester Magazine got hold of Peter Max for a face to face interview to discuss his Master series, the 60s, celebrities, and some controversy that has followed Max for all his career. Tell us about the new Masters Series. Was this something that you planned? It just evolved. A few years ago, I

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Feeling Animated

Now is the time to own a piece of animation history! Purchase your favorites at our Warehouse Blowout Sale! Details of this event and can be found here on our website. If you are looking to buy back a piece of your childhood, now is a prime time as the demand and prices for hand-painted

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Mouly and Picasso

Marcel Mouly is the epitome of 20th-century modernism. In his paintings, he embraced and manifested the great styles of the century, including Fauvism and Cubism.  The scintillating colors of his seaside paintings are reminiscent of those of the Fauvist master, Henri Matisse. Yet his post-Cubist forms, which he employed primarily in his interior scenes, invoke

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Picasso’s World Record

With Baterbys Art Gallery’s newest exhibition fast approaching, Pablo Picasso: The Diary of a Master, we wanted to share just how valuable his artworks truly are! Don’t take it from me; check out this video of the moment when Picasso’s Les femmes d’Alger, Version O 1955 was acquired for 179,365,000 USD at a Christie’s auction in

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Picasso and the Minotaur

“I spend hour after hour while I draw, observing my creatures and thinking about the mad things they’re up to; basically it’s my way of writing fiction.” – Pablo Picasso The Vollard Suite is a series of etchings created by Pablo Picasso between 1930 and 1937. An art dealer and publisher, Ambroise Vollard was an

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PETER MAX ON MUSIC AND YOGA

In honor of what would have been the great Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday (December 12, 2015), Peter Max made a series of paintings. Max loved the music of his childhood and into his later life. He would also take on yoga as a way of life, claiming it to be one of his greatest decisions.

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Discovering New Art You Love…

Art enriches our lives and culture like nothing else. Without art, it is needless to say that we would live in a very different world. As we all do with food, fashion and other varying experiences, it is worthwhile to form a stance on what you find desirable in art. From classical landscapes, to modern

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It’s That Time Again: Rio Olympics 2016

The Olympics are upon us, and with it comes the global competition and gold medal counts. Located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the countries of the world have another opportunity to showcase their athleticism and skill. Over the years, we have been witness to historical and iconic moments that have helped define the Olympics for

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Our Lifetime Exchange Policy is One-of-a-Kind

Did You Know? Baterbys Art Gallery offers a Lifetime Exchange Policy on all fine art purchases. No other art gallery in the nation can say that. It’s true! Most art galleries offer the same amenities and services; appraisals, authentications, consultations, collection development, consignments, and with only 7-14 days after the initial art purchase allowable for refund

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