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gallerist

(ˈɡælərɪst)
n
(Art Terms) a person who owns or runs an art gallery
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Portraits were saved for high dignitaries and members of the aristocracy," the gallerist added.
Drawing on family papers, archives, photos, and interviews with the artist, Humpal, an art historian, independent curator, and gallerist, traces the life and work of landscape artist Ray Stanford Strong (1905-2006), known for his paintings of California, and provides color plates and images of his work.
But rather than giving up, dealers are redefining what it means to be a gallerist " in some cases joining forces to create cooperatives and in others becoming virtual with just an online presence.
Ever since Leo Castelli established his New York gallery in 1957--the pioneering example of a contemporary art gallery--the intimate relationship between gallerist, artists and collectors has been at the core of a very personalised business model, with galleries usually bearing the name of their founder above the door.
GALLERIST Eli Wilner is selling his exclusive Montauk Point "oceanfront paradise" for $48 million.
On April 5, Surface co-hosted a private dinner in Milan for renowned Italian gallerist and April cover subject Rossana Orlandi Surface Media CEO Marc Lotenberg, Surface editor-in-chief Spencer Bailey, and more than 100 notable guests gathered in Orlandi's eponymous spazio.
Speakers include Tom Arnel, co-founder, Bull & Roo; Dan Greenpeace, entertainment entre- preneur; Sunny Rahbar, gallerist, Third Line; and Butheina H.
Eric Ginsburg turned to his mentor artist and gallerist Kazuko Miymato for assistance with this project.
According to the New York Post, art gallerist Edward Tyler Nahem was the lucky winner of Portnoy's Complaint, coughing up $52,000 for Roth's 1969 novel.
Quinn is a gallerist called Louise, played by 39–year–old Ana.
Judges in the painting category were artists David Batchelor and Michael Raedecker and gallerist Sadie Coles.
The penthouse owner, a London gallerist, lent the property gratis, says Manera, because of "his belief in the film," about the theft of a $25 million Goya painting in London.