Keith Sheridan, LLC

MYRTLE BEACH, SC

Artists Represented

Ida Ableman

Anni Albers

James E. Allen

Sybil Andrews

John Taylor Arms

Milton Avery

Lou Barlow

Will Barnet

Leonard Baskin

Gustave Baumann

Romare Bearden

Fred Becker

George Bellows

Thomas Hart Benton

Harry Bertoia

Leon Bibel

Isabel Bishop

Emil Bisttram

Morris Blackburn

Abe Blashko

Bernarda Bryson Shahn

Paul Cadmus

Elizabeth Catlett

Howard Norton Cook

Arthur B. Davies

Dorothy Dehner

John Stockton DeMartelly

William Hunt Diederich

Louis Leon Dolice

Arthur Wesley Dow

Werner Drewes

Mabel Dwight

Leonard Edmondson

Fritz Eichenberg

Lyonel Feininger

Don Freeman

Mark Freeman

Isac Friedlander

Wanda Gag

Emil Ganso

Gerald Kenneth Geerlings

Hugo Gellert

Sam Glankoff

Albert Gleizes

Douglas Gorsline

Harry Gottlieb

William Gropper

Jolan Gross-Bettelheim

Robert Gwathmey

Terry Haas

Edward Hagedorn

Childe F. Hassam

Stanley William Hayter

Riva Helfond

Helen West Heller

Joseph Hirsch

Ellison Hoover


Edward Hopper

Helen Hyde

Jacob Kainen

Wassily Kandinsky

Paul Kelpe

Rockwell Kent

Gene Kloss

Jean-Émile Laboureur

Paul Landacre

Edward Landon

Julius J. Lankes

Jacob Lawrence

Clare Veronica Hope Leighton

Martin Lewis

Louis Lozowick

Boris Margo

Samuel L. Margolies

John Marin

Reginald Marsh

Jackson Lee Nesbitt

Bror Julius Olsson Nordfeldt

Elizabeth Olds

Stephen Parrish

Margaret Jordan Patterson

Joseph Pennell

Gabor Peterdi

Angelo Pinto

Salvatore Pinto

Leonard Pytlak

Krishna Reddy

Doel Reed

Robert Riggs

Luigi Rist

Arnold H. Ronnebeck

Louis C. Rosenberg

Ernest David Roth

Louis Schanker

Charles Sheeler

John Sloan

Joseph Solman

Benton Murdoch Spruance

Ruth Starr Rose

Bernard Steffen

Harry Sternberg

Walter Tittle

Charles Turzak

Albert Urban

Herman Volz

Sylvia Wald

Abraham Walkowitz

Lynd Kendall Ward

Hyman Warsager

Max Weber

Stow Wengenroth

Levon West

James McNeill Whistler

Lawrence Nelson Wilbur

Grant Wood

Marguerite Thompson Zorach

William Zorach

Fine Prints and Drawings, 1890-1960. Specializing in regionalist, social realist, urban/industrial, and modernist works by American and European masters.

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