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Park West Gallery Summer Sale 2013

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The Park West Gallery Summer Sale Collection is now online! Shop now and save on an array of fine artwork, sports memorabilia, animation art and high-end designer jewelry—all at extraordinary sale prices. More than 300 works by world-renowned old & modern masters and contemporary artists are featured in this special collection.

Visit http://sales.parkwestgallery.com to browse the collection.

Park West Gallery Holiday Sale 2012

Park West Gallery Holiday Sale 2012

Don’t wait until the last minute to start holiday shopping for your family, friends and colleagues! The Park West Gallery Holiday Sale Collection offers extraordinary gifts for everyone on your list.

Now through January 6, a wide selection of fine art, sports memorabilia, Japanese woodcuts, animation and designer jewelry are available at exceptionally reduced prices, including your choice of custom framing, a Park West Gallery appraisal and free shipping to anywhere in the Continental U.S.

Hundreds of works from the world’s greatest artists are featured in this special Holiday Sale Collection, including Old and Modern Masters — Rembrandt van Rijn, Pablo Picasso, Francisco Goya and Marc Chagall — as well as contemporary artists — Peter Max, Yaacov Agam, Dominic Pangborn, Romero Britto, Linda Le Kinff, Marcus Glenn and Itzchak Tarkay. A variety of mediums are available, ranging from oil and acrylic paintings, watercolors and drawings, to hand-signed limited edition etchings, lithographs, serigraphs and hand-embellished graphic works.

Selections from the Park West Gallery Holiday Sale Collection are currently on exhibit at our Michigan gallery.

Park West Gallery is located at 29469 Northwestern Highway, Southfield, Michigan. Gallery hours: Monday–Friday 10am – 6pm; Saturday 11am – 6pm. Art consultants are ready to assist callers toll-free at 800-521-9654 x 4 or email: sales@parkwestgallery.com.

View the Holiday Sale Collection online at sales.parkwestgallery.com.

Park West Gallery Holiday Sale 2011

Park West Gallery Holiday Sale 2011Fine art, sports memorabilia, Japanese woodcuts, coffee table books, animation and jewelry treasures make perfect Holiday gifts

With Thanksgiving just a few days away, it’s the perfect time to start holiday shopping for your family, friends and colleagues. The Park West Gallery Holiday Sale Collection offers unique gifts for everyone on your list!

Now through December 26, a wide selection of fine art, sports memorabilia, Japanese woodcuts, animation and designer jewelry are available at extraordinarily reduced prices, which include your choice of custom framing, a Park West Gallery appraisal and free shipping to anywhere in the Continental U.S.

More than 400 works from some of the world’s greatest artists are featured in this special collection, including Old and Modern Masters: Rembrandt van Rijn, Pablo Picasso, Francisco Goya and Marc Chagall, as well as Contemporary Artists: Peter Max, Yaacov Agam, Dominic Pangborn, Romero Britto, Linda Le Kinff, Marcus Glenn, and Itzchak Tarkay. A variety of mediums are available, ranging from oil and acrylic paintings, watercolors and drawings, to hand-signed limited edition etchings, lithographs, serigraphs and hand-embellished graphic works.

Selections from the Park West Gallery Holiday Sale Collection are also on exhibit at our Michigan gallery.

Park West Gallery is located at 29469 Northwestern Highway, Southfield, Michigan. Gallery hours: Monday–Friday 10am – 6pm; Saturday 11am – 6pm. Art consultants are ready to assist callers toll-free at 800-521-9654 x 4 or via email to sales@parkwestgallery.com.

View the Holiday Sale Collection online at sales.parkwestgallery.com.

Park West Gallery Summer Sale Offers Unique Works at Attractive Prices

park west gallery summer sale 2011Eclectic selection features fine art, sports memorabilia, animation art and designer jewelry

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (June 1, 2011) – The Park West Gallery Summer Sale Collection is currently being featured online and boasts an array of fine artwork, sports memorabilia, Japanese woodcuts, animation art, and high-end designer jewelry, all of which are being offered at exciting sale prices now through August 14, 2011. Customers may also visit Park West’s elegant gallery to view the Summer Collection in person and enjoy the surrounding 3 ½ acres of luxuriant sculpture gardens.

More than 300 works by some of the world’s greatest artists are featured in this special collection, including old and modern masters like Rembrandt, Picasso, Goya, Renoir, Cezanne and Chagall, as well as contemporary artists such as Peter Max, Yaacov Agam, Romero Britto, Linda Le Kinff, Marcus Glenn, Anatole Krasnyansky and Itzchak Tarkay. A variety of media are available ranging from oil and acrylic paintings, watercolors and drawings, to hand-signed limited edition etchings, lithographs, serigraphs and hand-embellished graphic works.

In addition to fine artwork, a portion of Park West Gallery’s expansive sports memorabilia collection of signed photographs and other collectibles are featured in the Summer Sale Collection. Also included in this offering are Japanese Woodcuts, which provide a glimpse into Japan’s rich history, and several examples from Park West Gallery’s impressive animation art collection. Fine jewelry from high-end designers like Chopard, Gatto Luciano, Lumiere, Yvel and Roberto Coin are also featured; each work melds superb craftsmanship with a unique design.

The Summer Sale Collection can be viewed online at http://sales.parkwestgallery.com. Knowledgeable art consultants are ready to assist callers toll-free at (800)-521-9654 ext 4 or (248)-354-2343.

Park West Gallery is located at 29469 Northwestern Highway, Southfield, Michigan. Gallery hours are Monday-Friday 10am-6pm & Saturday 11am-6pm.

Park West Gallery Winter Sale Offers Unique Works at Attractive Prices

Park West Gallery Fine Art Winter Sale

Eclectic selection features fine art, sports memorabilia, animation art and designer jewelry

The Park West Gallery Winter Sale Collection is currently being featured online and boasts an array of fine artwork, sports memorabilia, Japanese woodcuts, animation art, and high-end designer jewelry, all of which are being offered at exciting sale prices now through February 14, 2011.

More than 300 works by some of the world’s greatest artists are featured in this special collection, including old and modern masters like Rembrandt, Picasso, Goya, Renoir and Chagall, as well as contemporary artists such as Peter Max, Yaacov Agam, Romero Britto, Linda Le Kinff, Marcus Glenn, and Itzchak Tarkay. A variety of media are available ranging from oil and acrylic paintings, watercolors and drawings, to hand-signed limited edition etchings, lithographs, serigraphs and hand-embellished graphic works.

In addition to fine artwork, a portion of Park West Gallery’s expansive sports memorabilia collection of signed photographs and other collectibles are featured in the Winter Sale Collection. Also included in this offering are Japanese Woodcuts, which provide a glimpse into Japan’s rich history, and several examples from Park West Gallery’s impressive animation art collection. Fine jewelry from high-end designers like Erte, Yvel, Lumiere, and Roberto Coin are also featured; each work melds superb craftsmanship with a unique design.

The Winter Sale Collection can be viewed at http://sales.parkwestgallery.com. Knowledgeable art consultants are ready to assist callers toll-free at (800)-521-9654 ext 4 or (248)-354-2343.

Collectors can also browse the Winter Sale Collection in person at Park West Gallery. Park West Gallery is located at 29469 Northwestern Highway, Southfield, Michigan. Gallery hours are Monday – Friday 10am – 6pm and Saturday 11am – 6pm.

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Park West Gallery Holiday Sale Collection 2010-11

Park West Gallery Holiday Sale Collection

Fine artwork, sports memorabilia, Japanese woodcuts, coffee table books, animation and jewelry treasures make perfect Holiday gifts

SOUTHFIELD, MI (November 29, 2010) — The holiday season is in full swing, and Park West Gallery has put together its Holiday Sale Collection with the discerning shopper in mind. Now through January 9, a wide selection of fine art by leading artists, sports memorabilia, Japanese woodcuts, animation and designer jewelry will be offered at prices reduced by as much as 45%. These sale prices include your choice of custom framing, a Park West Gallery appraisal, and free shipping anywhere in the Continental U.S.

More than 400 works from some of the world’s greatest artists are featured in this special collection, including Old and Modern Masters: Rembrandt van Rijn, Pablo Picasso, Francisco Goya and Marc Chagall, as well as Contemporary Artists: Peter Max, Yaacov Agam, Dominic Pangborn, Romero Britto, Simon Bull, Linda Le Kinff, Marcus Glenn, and Itzchak Tarkay. A variety of mediums are available, ranging from oil and acrylic paintings, watercolors and drawings, to hand-signed limited edition etchings, lithographs, serigraphs and hand-embellished graphic works.

The Park West Gallery Holiday Sale Collection is currently being featured at our Michigan gallery. Visitors to our showrooms can enter a drawing for a free framed work of art—a seriolithograph in color on paper titled “Morning Social,” signed in the plate by contemporary artist Itzchak Tarkay.

Itzchak Tarkay, Park West Gallery“Morning Social” by Itzchak Tarkay | Park West Gallery Collection

Park West Gallery is located at 29469 Northwestern Highway, Southfield, Michigan. Gallery hours: Monday – Friday 10am – 6pm; Saturday 11am – 6 pm. Knowledgeable art consultants are ready to assist callers toll-free at 800.521.9654 x 4 or via email at sales@parkwestgallery.com.

View the Holiday Sale Collection at sales.parkwestgallery.com

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Hundreds of Joan Miró’s Letters Published for the First Time

Joan Miró is viewed by the art world and collectors, as one of the most important artist of the 20th century and the precursor for much of Modern Art. Park West Gallery has been a reliable resource for the artwork of Old and Modern Masters for over 40 years. Learn More >
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These letters enable us to follow the course of Miró’s life from his early years as an artist, his departure for Paris, the strategies of the 1920s, the splendor of the 1930s, the cultural wilderness of the Franco years, and the desire to start again with renewed energy after the end of the Second World War. Photo: EFE/ Andreu Dalmau.

BARCELONA — The Joan Miró Foundation, in conjunction with the Fundació Lluís Carulla and Editorial Barcino, are launching the first volume of the Epistolari Català de Joan Miró (Joan Miró’s Catalan Letters). This volume contains over one thousand letters and postcards – most of them hitherto unpublished – sent to more than a hundred people connected with Miró: relatives, friends from his youth, art critics, artists, gallery owners, journalists, etc.

Some of his correspondents are of particular importance, either for the volume of their correspondence with Miró, the length of time it lasted, or the intensity of the issues discussed. Of particular interest in this respect are the exchanges of opinions with figures such as Josep Francesc Ràfols and Enric Cristòfol Ricart, two friends from his younger days to whom Miró confided his tastes in art; Josep Dalmau, the first gallery owner who backed him in Barcelona and in Paris; Sebastià Gasch, his spokesman and critic in Barcelona; the poet J.V. Foix, who from the pages of La Publicitat in the 1930s informed readers of what Miró was doing; Joan Prats, his indefatigable friend and counsellor; Joaquim Gomis, another staunch friend and the author of some memorable photographs of the artist; Josep Llorens Artigas, a long-standing friend and collaborator; and Josep Lluís Sert, the great architect, with whom Miró cooperated on the designs for the Fondation Maeght in Saint-Paul-de-Vence, his own studio in Majorca and the Joan Miró Foundation building in Barcelona.

This volume of letters would not have seen the light of day without Miró’s own special sensitivity for documentary resources. As well as being an artist, he acted as archivist, librarian and documentalist, and kept practically everything related to his creative work. In the same way as he preserved the vast collection of sketches, preparatory drawings, notes, studies, etc. that he eventually donated to the Joan Miró Foundation in Barcelona, he also kept the letters he received. And perhaps of even greater interest, he soon became aware of the value of the letters that he himself had written, an indication of his intuition of the role that awaited him in the history of art.

These letters enable us to follow the course of Miró’s life from his early years as an artist, his departure for Paris, the strategies of the 1920s, the splendor of the 1930s, the cultural wilderness of the Franco years, and the desire to start again with renewed energy after the end of the Second World War. They show the private side of the artist, a man dedicated body and soul to his art, with deeply rooted ethical, aesthetic and political convictions. They are essential reading for any study of his life and work.

[Source: www.fundaciomiro-bcn.org]

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Park West Gallery Fall Collection

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Fine artwork, designer jewelry, Japanese woodcuts and sports memorabilia featured

With the holiday season right around the corner, the Park West Gallery Fall Collection was put together with the discerning shopper in mind. The collection is currently featured online and boasts an array of fine artwork, high-end designer jewelry, Japanese woodcuts and sports memorabilia, all of which are being offered at exciting sale prices now through November 15, 2009. Customers may also visit Park West’s elegant, museum-style gallery in Southfield, Michigan to view the Fall Collection and enjoy the 3½ acres of sculpture gardens and luxuriant grounds that surround the gallery.

More than 300 works from some of the world’s greatest artists are featured in the Fall Collection. These artists include the Old and Modern Masters: Rembrandt, Picasso, Goya, Chagall, and Dali as well as contemporary artists: Peter Max, Yaacov Agam, Romero Britto, Simon Bull, Linda Le Kinff, Marcus Glenn, and Itzchak Tarkay. A variety of mediums including oil and acrylic paintings, watercolors and drawings, hand-signed limited edition etchings, lithographs, serigraphs and hand-embellished graphic works make up the collection of artwork.

Fine jewelry from high-end designers such as Erte, Di Modolo, Lumiere, Diara, Roberto Coin, and Gatto Luciano is also featured. While the collection is diverse, all of the jewelry has certain qualities in common: superb craftsmanship, timeless characteristics and unique design.

The Japanese Woodcuts in the Park West Gallery Fall Collection were created in the 1800 and early 1900s and provide a glimpse into the rich history of Japan. The subject matters depicted include: kabuki (depictions of actors from the Edo period, during which the theater was both fashionable and popular); sumo wrestling (viewed by the Japanese to be equally spiritual and physical); the Tale of Genji (perhaps the first complete novel which was written by Lady Murasaki Shikibu in the eleventh century); and Bijn-Ga (meaning pictures of beautiful women).

A portion of Park West Gallery’s extensive sports memorabilia collection has been incorporated into the Fall Collection. A selection of signed photographs and sport-specific memorabilia are included in the offering as well as hand-signed Muhammad Ali collectibles exclusive to Park West Gallery.

Gallery hours: Monday-Wednesday, 10am-6pm / Thursday-Friday, 10am-7pm / Saturday, 11am-6pm

The Fall Collection can be viewed at sales.parkwestgallery.com, and knowledgeable art consultants are ready to assist callers at 800-521-9654.
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