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American & European Art of the 19th and 20th Century - By Appointment & ConsultationContemporary Art


EugèneBoudin
Paul-HenriBourguignon
John LeslieBreck
Alfred ThompsonBricher
EmilCarlsen
MaryCassatt
William MerrittChase
MarcChagall
Frederic EdwinChurch
EdgarDegas
Frederick CarlFrieseke
AntoineGuillemet
William M.Harnett
ChildeHassam
Martin JohnsonHeade
DavidJohnson
HenriLebasque
ClaudeMonet
EdwardMoran
ThomasMoran
MaxfieldParrish
JanePeterson
Pierre-AugusteRenoir
NormanRockwell
John SingerSargent
EverettShinn
JohnWhorf
AndrewWyeth
RebeccaAlston
Jean-PierreArboleda
JoanBenefiel
Julie ElizabethBrady
DinaBrodsky
Ettorede Conciliis
MarkDassoulas
MichelleDoll
SteveForster
SabinHoward
CatherineHowe
LeonardKoscianski
MichelLanglais
MaggieRose
GrigorianRusu
ChieShimizu
ChristopherSimmons
RickSzczechowski
 Strong-Cuevas
MartonVaro
MelanieVote
JohnWellington
Upcoming Exhibition

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS INCLUDE:
Steven Assael  |  Cara Deangelis  |  Heidi Elbers  |  Benjamin Martins  |  Elizabeth Misitano  |  Tun Myaing  |  Lauren Amalia Redding  |  Nicolas V |  Sanchez  |  Guno Park  |  Maud Taber-Thomas  |  John Jacobsmeyer & Katrina Balling  |  Michelle Doll  |  James Linkous  |  Diana Corvelle  |  Jesse Stern  |  Katie Hemmer  |  Julie Elizabeth Brady  |  Zoe Sua Kay  |  Greg Tomezsko  |  Maria Teicher  |  Mark Dassoulas  |  Dina Brodsky  |  Melissa Basham  |  Peter Drake  |  Patricia Watwood  |  Steve Forster  |  Heidi Brant  |  Stephen Hannock  |  Alyssa Monks  [MORE]
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Island Weiss Gallery is pleased to announce we will begin the fall season premiering new works by New York artist Catherine Howe.  [MORE]
Past Exhibitions

Sculpture Fields of Nova's Ark in Bridgehampton, NY

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Island Weiss Gallery is pleased to announce it will be exhibiting at Art Hamptons, showing a selection of works including new works by Chie Shimizu, Catherine Howe, Strong-Cuevas and Joan Benefiel & Jeremy Leichman.  [MORE]


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When I look at Steve Forster's hauntingly beautiful work I find myself thinking, "if only Rockwell had tried mushrooms." All of the familiar signifiers are there; kids, schools, the artist in his studio, but in Forster's work no one is doing precisely what they should be doing. - Forward by Peter Drake  [MORE]


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Highlighting a stellar selection of important 19th and 20th century American, European, and contemporary paintings and sculpture. Premiering Christopher Simmons new photography series Three Generations of Travel and Intrigue.  [MORE]

The Ranney School, Tinton Falls, NJ

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The Two Rivers Antiques and Art Show and Garden Tour is the major fundraiser for the Wilentz Breast Center enabling it to remain on the forefront of breast cancer detection, diagnosis and treatment.  [MORE]


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Featuring 30 available artworks to enhance your life.  [MORE]


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A group exhibition of new works.  [MORE]

Naples International Pavilion

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Presenting a spring collection of important American and European masterworks, contemporary excellence and extraordinary emerging artists at the Art Naples Contemporary Art Fair in Naples, Florida. Curated by Island Weiss and Katie Albert.  [MORE]


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Featuring paintings by Jean-Pierre Arboleda, Sofia Bachvarova, Julie Brady, Dina Brodsky, Bonnie DeWitt, Michelle Doll, Uziel Duarte, Daniel Esquivia Zapata, Nicole Etienne, Jane LaFarge Hamill, Michael Meadors, Alyssa Monks, Isaac Pelepko, Jason Talley, Melanie Vote, Mitra Walter. Curated by Island Weiss & Michelle Doll.  [MORE]


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Featuring paintings by Julie Brady, Dina Brodsky, Maya Brodsky, Bonnie DeWitt, Michelle Doll, Peter Drake, Bryan Drury, Heidi Elbers, Karl Koett, Tun Myaing, Misha Rosnach, Jean-Pierre Roy, Melanie Vote, Mitra Walter, and John Wellington.  [MORE]


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Featuring paintings by Catherine Howe, Lisa Lebofsky, Alyssa Monks  [MORE]


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Recent paintings by Serge Clement and Maria Kamena.  [MORE]


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Nineteenth and 20th century American and European paintings and drawings.  [MORE]

Park Avenue Armory

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Curated by Island Weiss and Viviane Silvera.  [MORE]


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Featuring drawings, oils, watercolors and sculptures by Steven Assael, John Bowman, Lisa Lebofsky, Kim McCarty, Chie Shimizu, and Elena Sisto. Curated by Viviane Silvera.  [MORE]


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Champagne reception to benefit the New York Academy of Art.  [MORE]

Julien Farel Salon

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Island Weiss Gallery spring opening at JF Gymnastique featuring Mark Dassoulas's Transition series and new pigment prints.  [MORE]

Park Avenue Armory

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Featuring new work by Strong-Cuevas, Mark Dassoulas, and introducing Grigorian Rusu  [MORE]

Park Avenue Armory

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Park Avenue Armory

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Join us this holiday season for a viewing of a selection of American, European, and Asian contemporary art advantageously priced for the artful buyer.  [MORE]


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Island Weiss Gallery is pleased to present New Hope Modernists, Part I. An exhibition primarily featuring rare and important works by Joseph Meierhans, Josef Zenk, Richard Peter Hoffman, and Tobias Musicant. Many of these works come directly from the artist's estates. The exhibition includes woodblock prints, watercolors, temperas, pastels, and oils from the 30s, 40s, and 50s.  [MORE]


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Island Weiss Gallery is pleased to present the beautiful and elegant watercolors of Thomas WIlliam Jones.  [MORE]


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Island Weiss Gallery in association with James W. Palmer III '90 Gallery are pleased to present Strong-Cuevas: Thought Travels at College Center, Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY. The Palmer Gallery exhibition is in honor of the inauguration of Catherine Bond Hill, the tenth President of Vassar College.  [MORE]


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Island Weiss Gallery is pleased to present the new spring installation at Alain Ducasse at the Essex House in collaboration with image guru Montgomery Frazier. The new installation features Byzantine inspired silk scarves by Nicole Miller and sculpture by Elizabeth Strong-Cuevas.  [MORE]


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Island Weiss Gallery is pleased to present paintings by Belgian artist Paul-Henri Bourguignon (1906-1988), including previously unexhibited works spanning four decades.  [MORE]


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A Special Preview featuring the beautiful and lush paintings of Chunhong Chang and the visionary and elegant sculptures of Strong-Cuevas.  [MORE]

Robert Martinelli, 433 W. 14th St.

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Painting, sculpture, and photography by Island Weiss Gallery and signature home furnishings and accessories by Robert Marinelli.  [MORE]


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"These works are about finding equilibrium between movement and rest and the rhythms in nature which coalesce with the rhythms in one's self. To be in a state of equilibrium that allows for every appreciation and indulgence of life." -Mark Dassoulas  [MORE]


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About Island Weiss

Drawn to art at an early age, Island Weiss attended the Corcoran School of Art in his hometown of Washington, D.C., and later the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), where he graduated with a degree in sculpture and founded his first gallery at the age of 22.
 
In 1980, Weiss partnered with the late visionary Tony Goldman, launching Greene Space Gallery in New York City. A pioneer in the burgeoning SoHo art scene, the gallery was among the first to showcase visual and performing artists under one roof.
 
Weiss began acquiring and dealing in contemporary and 19th and 20th century British watercolors in Middleburg, Virginia before teaming up with Hollis Taggart Gallery in Georgetown, DC to spearhead their newly developed contemporary division. He then played a key role in bringing the gallery to New York City's Upper East Side.
 
In 1995, Weiss opened his own gallery in Manhattan. The inaugural exhibition featured an extraordinary collection of paintings by American painter Martin Johnson Heade, establishing Weiss as a dealer specializing in both American and European 19th & 20th century art.
 
Today, Weiss is a fervent supporter of contemporary art while continuing to represent secondary market works in his private Upper East Side gallery as well as participating in national art fairs. Besides acting as both artist agent and art dealer, Weiss is also considered a valued adviser to museums and institutions on both acquisitions and exhibitions.
 
He is currently serving on the National Advisory Board of the National Museum of Women in the Arts located in Washington, DC, and is the co-chair for its Greater New York Committee.
 
Weiss prides himself on being an artist as well as an art dealer. With over 30 years of experience in the profession, he prioritizes cultivating strong relationships with both his artists and his clients. An avid delegate for the arts, Weiss helped produce The National Art Show, a platform from which to support artists with disabilities.
 
Additionally, Weiss co-produced The Garland Appeal USA, inspired by the rich legacy of the late Linda McCartney in order to support breast cancer research. He has also hosted and co-hosted events for the Weizmann Institute of Science, the Middleburg Humane Foundation and Interlochen Arts Academy. Moreover, Weiss served as the sole juror at the 33rd Monmouth County Museum Annual Juried Exhibition in 2011.
 
As Chairman of the Advisory Committee and then a member of the Board of Directors for the Florence Academy of Art, Weiss deepened his interest in art education and the European art scene.
 
In recent years, he has been an active Trustee at the New York Academy of Art, and has worked with his fellow Board Members to raise the Academy's prominence in the national and international art community stating that, "we believe that rigorously trained artists are best able to realize their artistic vision. Academy students learn to master the traditional methods and techniques and are encouraged to use these skills to make vital contemporary art."
 
Curating exhibitions and collaborating with national art fairs on behalf of the school, Weiss is focused on broadening the awareness of Academy graduates.
 
Weiss is passionate about tailoring his knowledge and experience to create a one-on-one, finely tuned and personalized service for his clients at his by-appointment-only gallery in New York City.
 
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