Susan Sheehan Gallery

Susan Sheehan Gallery

 
Since its inception more than three decades ago in New York, the primary focus of Susan Sheehan Gallery has been to create highly curated presentations of postwar American masterworks of printmaking. The gallery puts emphasis on rigorous scholarship, connoisseurship, and the relevancy of each work.
Susan Sheehan is a gallery devoted to building informed, historically significant collections of great American artists like Jasper Johns and Ellsworth Kelly. Working directly with collectors, Sheehan applies her expertise not only as dealer, but a curator, a professor, and a historian.

Ellsworth Kelly, "Blue I"

1973-75, sheet size: 39 5/8 x 38 7/8 inches, edition of 23, signed and numbered

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Bruce Nauman, "Help Me, Hurt Me"

1975, sheet size: 32 1/4 x 48 1/4 inches, edition of 20, signed, dated, and numbered

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Cy Twombly, "Untitled" from "On the Bowery"

1969/71, 25 1/2 x 25 1/2 inches, edition of 100, signed and numbered

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Since its inception more than three decades ago in New York, the primary focus of Susan Sheehan Gallery has been to create highly curated presentations of postwar American masterworks of printmaking. The gallery puts emphasis on rigorous scholarship, connoisseurship, and the relevancy of each work.