Westlake Village Gallery, LLC, has been in business in California since 1995. A buyer and seller of Fine Art originals and limited edition prints , Westlake Village Gallery has also been the Publisher of hundreds of signed and numbered giclees and serigraphs by living artists from the US, China, Russia, South America, England and France. The owner and founder has been in the Fine Art Gallery business since 1983 and was a Vice President of Martin Lawrence Limited Editions, (Los Angeles), the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Collectors Editions, Inc. (Los Angeles), and President of Marco Fine Arts (El Segundo, CA). The Company has, at various times, owned and operated Promenade Gallery in Santa Monica, California; the Artful Eye gallery in Oak Park, California, and Artagraphix gallery in Westlake Village, California. The Company’s expertise includes knowledge of collecting, storing, restoring, framing and shipping fine art all over the globe. Customer service, honesty and integrity are paramount and the Company will never engage in questionable “appraisals” or estimates outside its area of expertise. 20-21st Century Fine Artists From time to time we will acquire for resale artworks by other contemporary artists, sports or movie, or Disney memorabilia. Examples of these are LeRoy Neiman, Tony Curtis, Robert Rauschenberg, Vargas, Guy Buffet, Willardson, Melanie Taylor Kent, Linda Kyser Smith, Brian Davis, Samir Sammoun. Westlake Village Gallery represents, publishes or distributes original and limited edition artwork by ARBE, Charles Lynn Bragg, DELLORCO, Steven Schubert, Mark King, Maurice Meyer, Michael Bryan, Maria Zielinska, Michael Joseph, and others. 16th-19th Century Fine Artists Westlake Village Gallery has access to Collectors of European paintings, sculpture and furniture dating back to the 1600’s. Some are very valuable, others are less so. All are rare finds. Examples of these include works by John Donaghy ( 1838-1931), Anton Fenz (1884-1944), Charles Hoffbauer (1875-1957), Eduoard Manet (1832-1883), Sir Peter Lely (1618-1680); Antonio Lombardo (1600-1673) and others. Antique Furniture and objects from Private Collections are offered from time to time. Example: Renamor, a retired home owned by the Nuns of the Sisters of Charity Order of the ArchDiocese of New York. This home and its contents were sold circa 1971.
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