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David Tunick, Inc.
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David Tunick, Inc. was founded in 1966. We specialize in works of art on paper and occasional paintings from the 15th to the 20th century. Our gallery is housed in a townhouse on the Upper East Side, and we welcome visitors who are interested in works by such masters as Rembrandt, Dürer, Goya, Fragonard, Matisse, Picasso and many others. We are a member of the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA), Chambre Syndicale de l’Estampe (Paris), the Confédération Internationale des Négociants en Oeuvres d’Art (CINOA), the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA), and The European Fine Arts Foundation (TEFAF). Additionally, we participate in the TEFAF Maastricht Art Fair and the IFPDA Print Fair on a yearly basis. We work with major museums and private collectors throughout the world, and our clients include such leading institutions as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, the Pierpont Morgan Library, the National Gallery of Art (Washington), Yale University Art Gallery, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Chicago Institute of Art, the British Museum, the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, and the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam. Our inventory is extensive, and we welcome inquiries. In addition to buying and selling works on paper, we also provide cataloging, authentication, and appraisal services.
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Old Master, 18th and 19th Century, Modern (1900-1950)
Pablo Picasso: A Rarity on the Cusp of the Blue Period and the Rose Period
This virtual exhibition is a departure for us in that we are featuring one work only, Les Deux Saltimbanques, by Pablo Picasso. It can occupy center stage on its own.
William Hogarth: Select Prints
It is not an overstatement to characterize William Hogarth as pioneering and revolutionary. For his time he was avant-garde, cutting-edge, and shocking in his depiction of audacious subject matter.
Albrecht Durer: Select Prints
This exhibition highlights innovations in all three of the techniques in printmaking during the time of Dürer – woodcut, engraving, and etching – as exemplified in some of his best known graphic masterpieces.

Akersloot, Willem Outgertsz
Albright, Ivan
Aldegrever, Heinrich
Angrand, Charles
Arms, John Taylor
Baldung Grien, Hans
Balthus
Beham, Hans Sebald
Behrens, Peter
Behrens, Peter
Berthon, Paul
Berthon, Paul
Bolswert, Schelte
Bosch, Hieronymus
Boucher, François
Boucher, Marie-Jeanne
Bresdin, Rodolphe
Brustoloni, Giovanni Battista
Callot, Jacques
Chagall, Marc
Corot, Camille
Cox, David
Cozens, John Robert
Cruikshank, George
Daumier, Honoré
De Gheyn II, Jacob
De Visscher, Cornelis
Della Bella, Stefano
Dietrich, Christian Wilhelm Ernst
Durer, Albrecht
Flötner, Peter
Fontebasso, Francesco
Frisius, Simon Wynouts
Fyt, Jan
Gillray, James
Gole, Jacob
Goltzius, Hendrick
Goya, Francisco
Grimaldi, Giovanni Francesco
Hassam, Childe
Heath, William
Heckel, Erich
Hogarth, William
Hollar, Wenceslaus
Jegher, Christoffel
Klimt, Gustav
Laboureur, Jean-Émile
Lange, Hans
Lautensack, Hans Sebald
Lear, Edward

Lons, Dirk Eversen
Lorrain, Claude
Manet, Édouard
Maratta, Carlo
Masson, André
Master of the Die
Meryon, Charles
Millet, Jean-François
Mucha, Alphonse
Müller, Alfredo
Müller, Charles-Louis
Nolde, Emil
Ostade, Adriaen van
Pencz, Georg
Pennell, Joseph
Picasso, Pablo
Piranesi, Francesco
Piranesi, Giovanni Battista
Pissarro, Camille
Prout, Samuel
Quesnel, Augustin
Redon, Odilon
Rembrandt van Rijn
Rethel, Alfred
Rhine, Prince Rupert of the
Ricci, Marco
Rivière Henri
Robbe, Manuel
Rosa, Salvator
Rouault, Georges
Rowlandson, Thomas
Rysselberghe, Theo van
Sadeler, Aegidius
Saenredam, Jan
Saint-Aubin, Gabriel de
Soukens, Hendrick
Soutman, Pieter
Steinlen, Théophile-Alexandre
Tiepolo, Giovanni Domenico
Tissot, James Joseph
Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de
Van de Velde II, Jan
Van der Gouwen, Willem
Vico, Enea
Villon, Jacques
Vrancx, Sebastiaen
Vuillard, Jean-Édouard
Warhol, Andy
Whistler, James McNeill
Woodward, George