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Maser Galleries in Pittsburgh Intro

Maser Galleries in Pittsburgh Introhraimvaan | dodany 944 dni 20 godzin 59 minut temu | ( | Dodaj do obserwowanych obserwuj Maser Galleries was established in 1970 at the Seven Springs Mountain Resort, 75 miles east of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Founder Ron Maser joined the art business in 1966 as the Pittsburgh manager of Arts International, a Chicago based gallery, created by the brilliant art dealer Jack Soloman to distribute original oil paintings. In the early 1970s, Maser Galleries was on the ground floor for the first marketing of the graphic giants: Leroy Neiman, Normal Rockwell, Erte, and Simbari. Throughout the 70s Maser Galleries operated in Seven Springs, Shadyside and downtown Pittsburgh. In the 1980s, Maser Galleries added a publishing division involving two of Americas greatest illustrators: Robert Peak and Bernie Fuchs. Later, local artists Nat Youngblood, John Shryock, and Tom Mosser joined in the publishing endeavors. Presently, Maser Galleries is proud to offer the largest inventory of paintings and limited edition works on canvas and paper in the city. Much of the art at Maser Galleries is contemporary; but the collection is eclectic, including sports art, traditional oil paintings, and work by the finest national and international masters. Visiting Maser Galleries is an adventure where you can discover everything from etchings by Rembrant to pop art by Burton Morris. Please visit us at our long established Walnut Street gallery in Shadyside.
Maser Galleries in Pittsburgh Intro

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