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Los Angeles, US

Since 1978, Jonathan Novak Contemporary Art has been an important source for Post-War and Contemporary works by established American and European artists, with a focus on Abstract Expressionism, Pop, Minimalism, and Photorealism, including paintings, drawings, sculpture, and editions.

Mr. Novak has been actively involved with the Sam Francis Estate and Foundation in assisting with the publication of the online catalogues raisonné of paintings on canvas and paintings on paper. The gallery also provided support for the publication of Jim Dine’s print catalogue raisonné.

The gallery has placed works in many museums and institutions including, most recently, the Rose Art Museum in Waltham, MA, the Perez Museum in Miami, and the Musée Centre Pompidou in Paris.


Untitled (c. r. 3075), Richard Diebenkorn


Since the inception of Jonathan Novak Contemporary Art, the gallery program has featured a wide variety of works on paper, paintings, sculpture, and multiples from many artists. We are pleased to present this collection of unique works and multiples by some of the most recognized modern and contemporary masters. Spanning six decades, from the 1960s to the present, these works encompass the gallery’s focus on post-war works from photorealism to pop. From the iconic robes of Jim Dine to the graphic and playful prints of Michael Craig-Martin, this selection truly has “something for everyone”. I hope you enjoy visiting our “booth”; we are excited to share these wonderful works with you.

~ Annie Burrows, Director