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Spring Online Edition, May 14 - 28, 2021

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PETTIBONE FINE ART

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Jean Pettibone began working with contemporary art in Europe in the mid-1960s.  After moving to New York in 1968, she first worked with prints and other works on paper at the Peter Deitsch Gallery, then New York's preeminent print gallery.  After that she co-founded the Print Department at the Martha Jackson Gallery, before working with Aldis Browne Fine Arts for ten years.

 

She became the New York representative for Krugier Gallery of Geneva in 1984. As a print specialist, her primary focus (both in New York and in Europe) was the vast collection of Picasso prints inherited by the artist's granddaughter, Marina Picasso.

 

In 1991, she founded Pettibone Fine Art, dedicated to exceptional works on paper of the 20th and 21st centuries.

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Happy Death Prints - Sam Francis

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There is no over-arching theme to this on-line presentation, nor to the work we sell, although I have noticed over the years that I have acquired many pieces by women artists.  I choose pieces from artists whose work I admire.  They are very personal choices. Each drawing or print is a work I have found interesting and of appealing aesthetic quality. Most of them have been purchased directly from the source -- artist, printer, or publisher.  The earliest print is from 1942, and I continue to purchase work to this day.
A complete list of artists in our inventory can be found under Pettibone Fine Art at IFPDA.org.

We are open by appointment only, with a wide range of art and pricing.

— Jean Pettibone

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Jean K. Pettibone - Owner

Roy Lichtenstein

Moonscape

1965

19 7/8 x 23 15/16 inches

Screenprint on blue Rowlux

6/200

Jim Dine

Eleven Hearts

1969

22 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches

Etching with watercolor

12/50

Antoni Tapies

A Damunt Vermeil

1976

22 1/4 x 29 3/4 inches

Etching and aquatint in color

H.C. aside from the edition of 75

$4,500

Terry Winters

Novalis

1983-1989

37 1/4 x 26 3/4 inches

Etching and aquatint in color

43/50

$5,000

Deep Sky - James Turrell

Louise Nevelson

Dusk in August

1967

16 3/4 x 22 inches

Lithograph with embossing

98/100

Happy Death Prints - Sam Francis

Roy Lichtenstein

Moonscape

19 7/8 x 23 15/16 inches

Screenprint on blue Rowlux

6/200

Jim Dine

Eleven Hearts

22 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches

Etching with watercolor

12/50

Antoni Tapies

A Damunt Vermeil

22 1/4 x 29 3/4 inches

Etching and aquatint in color

H.C. aside from the edition of 75

$4,500

Terry Winters

Novalis

37 1/4 x 26 3/4 inches

Etching and aquatint in color

43/50

$5,000

Louise Nevelson

Dusk in August

16 3/4 x 22 inches

Lithograph with embossing

98/100