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SUSAN TELLER GALLERY The focus of the gallery is American paintings, prints, and unique works on paper, of the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, including the WPA Era, Urban and Industrial Realism, and Modernism.
The Susan Teller Gallery was founded in 1988. We feature American paintings, prints, and drawings, of the 1920s to the 1950s, including Urban/Industrial Realism, Modernism, and Surrealism. After 26 years in SoHo we changed format. In February of 2015 we started to work by appointment, as well as to participate in art fairs, to travel, and to continue the development of our presence on the web.

Prior to leaving SoHo recent exhibitions included American Mining, 2014, and American Modernist Drawings, 2013. Among the many one-persons shows were those for Peggy Bacon, Will Barnet, William Baziotes, Bernarda Bryson Shahn, Fannie Hillsmith, Hugh Mesibov, Angelo Pinto, Anne Ryan, Louis Schanker, Ben Shahn, Mitchell Siporin, Harry Sternberg, and Lynd Ward - all artists or artists' estates represented by the gallery.

We work with private collectors and museums throughout the country and placed works with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of Art, the New York Public Library, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, and the British Museum, London, as well as the museums of universities such as Stanford, Northwestern, Harvard, Wellesley, and Yale.

The gallery participates in numerous art fairs including those in New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Palm Springs, Chicago, San Antonio, and St. Louis.

Susan Teller graduated from the University of Rhode Island, 1967; and earned a master's degree in art history at Queens College, NY, 1975. She was employed by the Museum of Modern Art, 1967-68, and at Associated American Artists, NY, holding the titles of Director of Publications, 1973-1982, Gallery Director, 1984-1987, and Associate Director, 1987-1988. She is a member of Art Table, sits on the advisory boards of the Society of American Graphic Artists, NY, the Art Deco Society, NY, and the St. Louis Mercantile Library. She also serves on the Foundation Board of the International Fine Print Dealers Association.
Contact: Susan Teller
PO Box 1291 New York, NY 10113
Phone: (212) 941-7335 Email:

Levis Fine Art, Inc. Levis Fine Art specializes in the acquisition, scholarship, exhibition and sale of Pre and Post-War modernist paintings and sculpture.
Levis Fine Art represents the estates, legacies and heirs of Jose de Creeft, Beauford Delaney, Maurice Golubov, Budd Hopkins, Elaine de Kooning, Walter Plate and Albert Wein. We pride ourselves in offering the finest examples by these and other pre and post-war modernists, including George Grosz, Grace Hartigan, Ibram Lassaw, Milton Resnick, Jose de Rivera, Leon Polk Smith and Hedda Sterne who were highly respected by their peers, critics and museums, but are for the most part still relatively unknown to most collectors today.

Levis Fine Art has mounted or been instrumental in organizing numerous exhibitions over the past 10 years, including the 2008 retrospective on Albert Wein, N.A. at the Boston Athenaeum, ?The Fourth Dimension-the genius of Maurice Golubov?, ?de Kooning -works by Willem de Kooning and Elaine de Kooning?, and ?Form and Figure- Avery through Zuniga?," Beauford Delaney Internal Light" and others.

Levis Fine Art has participated in numerous national fine art fairs. Mr. Levis has been a speaker before museum groups and the World Presidents Organization, and is a member of the Chief Executives Organization.
Contact: Jim Levis
Phone: (646) 620-5000 Email:

Chengdu Meiboxiu Cultural Communications Co. Ltd Artists representitive - Specializing in Marketing American Art in China
Contact: Gloria Gao, 高晓影
9 Bridge Road, Bld 11, 11 Floor, Suite 1110 Chengdu, Wuhou District, China
Phone: +86 139 0805 9723 Email: