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Overview Edit

Established in 2002 Elins Eagles-Smith Gallery is directed by Mel Elins and Kim Eagles-Smith, both recognized Fine Art Dealers in San Francisco for over twenty years. With more than three thousand feet of exhibition space as well as annual participation in various international art fairs, their primary focus is the representation of recent work by emerging and established contemporary artists from their roster. Additionally, they offer changing exhibitions of Twentieth Century American and European Master paintings, drawings and sculpture, emphasizing important historical movements such as American Modernists, The Society of Six, The San Francisco Bay Area Figurative Movement, and Abstract Expressionism from both the East and West Coast. [1]

ArtistsEdit

  • Johnnie Winona Ross
  • Jennifer Bain
  • William Theophilus Brown
  • Gail Chase-Bien
  • David Collins
  • Kris Cox
  • Carol Elkovich
  • Dennis Evans
  • Aaron Fink
  • Jan Gauthier
  • Raphaelle Goethals
  • John Goodman
  • Bernd Haussmann
  • Monroe Hodder
  • Jerome Kirk
  • Gary Komarin
  • Ricardo Mazal
  • Frances McCormack
  • John McCormick
  • Timothy McDowell
  • Tom Monaghan
  • Jeanne Mullen
  • Kenjilo Nanao
  • Bob Nugent
  • Gustavo Ramos Rivera
  • Claudia Rilling
  • Pia Stern
  • Hiro Yokose

Additional ArtistsEdit

  • William Theophilus Brown
  • Alexander Calder
  • Edward Corbett
  • Richard Diebenkorn
  • Sam Francis
  • Nathan Oliveira
  • David Park
  • Pablo Picasso
  • Wayne Thiebaud
  • James Weeks
  • Paul Wonner

VisitEdit

HoursEdit

Days Times
Monday Closed
Tuesday–Friday 10:30am – 5:30pm
Saturday 11:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday Closed


LocationEdit

37° 47.268' N 122° 24.256' W

Elins Eagles-Smith Gallery is located at 49 Geary Street Suite 520, San Francisco, CA 94108.

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