John Levy Galleries [1865-1938]
ECA Control Number: 15271
Record Level: Listing
Record Type: Private Art Gallery/Dealer
Auction House/Private Gallery Name: John Levy Galleries
Aka: The John Levy Galleries
[1930-1938] 1 East 57th Street, New York, NY
[1920-1927] 559 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY
Frequent exhibitors include Carleton Wiggins, Percival Rousseau, Aston Knight, Carle J. Blenner, W. Lee Hankey, Alfred Hoen, Johanna K. W. Hailman, L. Bonamici, Ridgway Knight, George Hitchcock, and Jean Charlot.
Citation: “John Levy Galleries scrapbook, 1920-1938.” Updated 1993. Archives of American Art (Smithsonian). Accessed October 2, 2016. http://www.aaa.si.edu/collections/john-levy-galleries-scrapbook-6437
This House of Levy since its establishment as an Art firm in 1865, has kept pace with the growth of New York by moving with the trend from various locations to the present building of The John Levy Galleries at 559 Fifth Avenue and has likewise progressed with the growth of interest in Art by the American people, by applying their best judgement and long experience to the selection of paintings worthy to be offered to the most exacting clients.
The great number of paintings that have passed through the galleries has included many of the finest and best-known canvasses brough to this country, which has been the result of untiring efforts to acquire the most desirable paintings that America and Europe can provide.
Citation: “The John Levy Galleries, New York and Paris.” Updated unkown. Archives of American Art (Smithsonian). Accessed October 2, 2016. http://library.si.edu/digital-library/book/johnlevygallerie00lloy
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