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Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc.
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Founded in 1981, Mary Ryan Gallery specializes in modern and post-war/contemporary prints and works on paper. We are a member of the Art Dealer’s Association of America (ADAA) and a founding member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA).The gallery has continuously been open to the public since its founding, and is currently located in Chelsea on 26th Street overlooking the High Line. We have organized over 200 solo and group exhibitions, and have published numerous catalogues that have generated, and continue to further, important artistic legacies. In between exhibitions, there is a rotating selection of works by 20th century and contemporary artists on view. These primarily consist of works on paper, and include a selection of paintings, sculpture editions, and photography as well.Mary Ryan Gallery is known for our expertise and original scholarship in prints and works on paper. We pride ourselves on being a place of discovery, as we are constantly striving to expand our knowledge and support of new artists and fields. Our long-standing commitment to prints and works on paper has translated to established relationships with museums and curators throughout the United States and abroad, as well as extensive experience guiding collectors as they build their collections over decades.The gallery began with a focus on modern prints, and introduced some of the first exhibitions of British Linocuts, Provincetown Woodcuts, and Atelier 17 in the United States. We became the exclusive representative of several modern masters and estates including Sybil Andrews, Hugo Gellert, Louis Lozowick, Ethel Mars and Lill Tschudi, promoting their work and generating collector awareness and major museum exhibitions. The gallery continues to represent contemporary artists and estates.By the late 1980s, the gallery expanded its focus to include important post-war and contemporary prints and photography such as Josef Albers, Emma Amos, Louise Bourgeois, Richard Diebenkorn, David Hockney, Alex Katz, Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Longo, Joan Mitchell, Jean Pagliuso, Kiki Smith and Donald Sultan, and has become a leader in promoting the American renaissance of printmaking. We work with leading artists and publishers, and have collaborated with numerous artists to publish original prints. Since its inception, the gallery has championed the work of women artists from the early 20th century to today.
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Modern (1900-1950), Contemporary, Publisher of Fine Art Prints
Sets and Series: IFPDA – Fine Art Print Fair 2020
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Revolutionary by Nature: Master Prints by Women Artists 1896-2020
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Donald Sultan: Mimosas, Poppies and Camelias
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Sun Light & Air
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We Love New York
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Josef Albers
James E. Allen
Emma Amos
Sybil Andrews
Richard Artschwager
Joseph Beuys
Louise Bourgeois
Jean de Brunhoff
Laurent de Brunhoff
Paul Cadmus
Alexander Calder
Chuck Close
Richard Diebenkorn
Mabel Dwight
Richard Estes
Helen Frankenthaler
Ellen Gallagher
Hugo Gellert
Sam Gilliam
Philip Guston
Stanley William Hayter
Mabel A. Hewit
David Hockney
Yvonne Jacquette
Jasper Johns
Deborah Kass
Alex Katz

Ellsworth Kelly
Blanche Lazzell
Roy Lichtenstein
Robert Longo
Louis Lozowick
Brice Marden
Ethel Mars
Michael Mazur
Mildred McMillen
Joan Mitchell
Robert Motherwell
Takashi Murakami
Jean Pagliuso
Fairfield Porter
Andrew Raftery
Robert Rauschenberg
Ed Ruscha
Richard Segalman
Richard Serra
Kiki Smith
Maud Hunt Squire
Pat Steir
May Stevens
Donald Sultan
Wayne Thiebaud
Lill Tschudi
James Turrell
Cy Twombly
Andy Warhol
John Woodrow Wilson