The Visionary Eye of Allan Stone

Allan Stone; Allan Stone Gallery, New York, c. 1975. Images courtesy of the Allan Stone Collection

Founded in 1960 by art dealer Allan Stone (1932–2006), the New York gallery known today as Allan Stone Projects has been admired for over half a century. Celebrated for its eclectic approach and early advocacy of pivotal artists of the 20th century, Allan Stone Gallery was a leading authority on Abstract Expressionism, the New York dealer for Wayne Thiebaud for over forty years, and showed the works of Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline, Arshile Gorky, Joseph Cornell, John Graham and John Chamberlain. Stone also promoted the work of a younger generation of artists that were in conversation with other artists in his collection, working in the mediums of assemblage, collage and new modes of abstraction. In addition to modern masterworks and contemporary art, Allan Stone also collected and exhibited international folk art, Americana and important decorative arts and industrial design.

Fred Gutzeit b. 1940

Fred Gutzeit was born in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1940. He attended the Cleveland Institute of Art from 1959 to 1962, and Hunter College, New York, from 1977 to 1979 where he earned his MFA. Gutzeit has exhibited widely and is represented in several permanent collections, including the U.S. Library of Congress, Washington, DC, the Samuel Dorski Museum of Art, New Paltz, NY, the Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT, and the Shenandoah Museum of Contemporary Art, Strasburg, VA.

Auction Results Fred Gutzeit

FRED GUTZEIT, Abstract Neon with Workglove |

Fred Gutzeit

Abstract Neon with Workglove

estimate: $800–1,000