Jody Klotz Fine Art is excited to be returning to the Theta Charity Antiques Show for our second year! We were so impressed with the organization and quality of the fair, and appreciative of its dedication to raise funds for such worthwhile causes. We hope to delight guests of the show with a beautiful selection of art from our inventory, and have been busy acquiring new paintings both here in the States and overseas.
Our booth will have a focus on late 19th to early 20th century French Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings, with lovely examples by artists such as Francis Picabia, Maxime Emile Maufra, and Ferdinand du Puigaudeau. Additionally, if not sold before the fair, we will be featuring a charming painting by Pierre Auguste Renoir!
Maxime Emile Maufra (French, 1861-1918)
Le port Haliguen presqu’île de Quiberon, 1909
Coincidentally, there will be a major retrospective on the French artist Francis Picabia at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in November. He is a fascinating figure in art history, beginning his career as an Impressionist artist, and evolving into a major figure of Surrealism.
Francis Picabia (French, 1878-1953)
Contrasting our Impressionist works will be a spectacular selection of large and colorful paintings from mid-20th century abstract artists. Featured among these will be important American artist Carl Holty, whose paintings are a study in color, shape and form, and Belgian artist George Collignon, who was a member of the CoBrA school, and a founding member of the Abstract Art group in Paris in the early 1950’s.
Georges Collignon (Belgian, 1923-2002)
Vents Chauds, 1957
Carl Holty (American, 1900-1973)
Untitled (Yellow, Gray)
For more information on Jody Klotz Fine Art, visit their website and visit their booth at the Show in November.