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In 1977 Italian opera composer and impresario, Gian Carlo Menotti, established an international performing arts festival in Charleston named for his festival in Spoleto, Italy.  Like the maestro, this festival is now world famous, and it's host city has prospered mightily, becomng a hotbed for the arts in America. Now this isn't the first time Charleston has enjoyed such a reputation. The city boasts America's first legitimate theater, first opera performance, first museum and on an on. But now it's as if the Medici's came back and changed their names to Charleston street names and started the Italian Renaissance all over again.  Theater. Ballet. Opera. Chamber music. Choral music. A great symphony. A soon to be world class performing arts house to view the extravaganza. And a growing visual arts community with nationally renowned artists.

ANN LONG FINE ART

54 Broad Street

HELENA FOX FINE ART

 

106-A CHURCH STREET

CHARLESTON RENAISSANCE GALLERY

103 CHURCH STREET

CITY GALLERY AT WATERFRONT PARK

34 Prioleau Street

ROBERT LANGE STUDIOS

2 QUEEN STREET

Established in 1997, Ann Long Fine Art has earned the distinction as a leading gallery specializing in classical realist paintings, drawings, and sculpture by contemporary artists. We represent three generations of painters who share an education of Old Master techniques combined with dedicated craftsmanship. Led by the expertise of Charles Cecil, Daniel Graves, Ben Long and Jeffrey Mims, these inspired American and European painters ascribe to a "slow art" methodology in which they train as apprentices in Florence, Italy, work strictly from life, and use authentic recipes and handmade materials. The result is museum-quality still life, portraiture, landscape and figures imbued with timeless elegance and the fresh perspective of living masters. In addition to our Florence trained artists, we exhibit the African American portraits in graphite, pastel and watercolor by Pratt Institute graduate Mario Robinson .

The gallery also houses Ann Long Fine Art MODERN which features the unique estate of German Expressionist Otto Neumann (1895-1975) and other mid-twentieth century modernists. Comprised mostly of monotypes, Neumann's figural and abstract hand-pulled linocuts were never editioned. The work reflects conflict and humanity greatly illuminated within the context of Neumann's history of personal tragedy and survival of both world wars. He is collected by several major museums including the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Art Institute of Chicago.

 

Helena Fox Fine Art is located South of Broad in Historic Charleston, SC. and specializes in fine American representational art. The varied collection of work mingles nationally and internationally renowned contemporary American impressionist, lumanists, tonalists, contemporary realists, impressionistic landscapes and street-scapes, maritime paintings, still life’s, with wildlife sculpture by internationally acclaimed sculptor Kent Ullberg and exquisite hand-crafted 22K gold jewelry by acclaimed goldsmith, Sarah Amos.

Charleston is the embodiment of all that is Southern—an amalgam of Southern tradition, culture, and art. In the heart of the city’s historic district, the Charleston Renaissance Gallery serves as home to each of these by offering Southern masterworks of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries to discerning collectors.

For over forty years, the Charleston Renaissance Gallery has been hailed as the nation’s foremost dealer in fine art of the American South. Our art tells the story—the story of Southern, in pictures.

 

 

The City Gallery at Waterfront Park, owned by the City of Charleston and operated by the City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs, is a tangible resource and reliable venue for displaying the finest contemporary art from local, regional, national and international artists, stimulating discussion and dialogue among audiences. In the process, in this dynamic visual arts venue, those who visit the City Gallery at Waterfront Park will be educated, enlightened and inspired by their experiences in this cultural space.

ELLA WALTON RICHARDSON FINE ART

58 BROAD STREET

Robert Lange Studios has been voted Best Art Gallery in Charleston for the last four years by the Charleston City Paper and Nathan Durfee has received the award for Best Visual Artist. Gallery owners Megan and Robert Lange are committed to providing a forum for art based on individuals, subjective style and awareness. This dedication has created a reputation for the gallery of consistently finding new and interesting artists that stand out for their imagination and distinctive personal touch. The gallery is a member of Charleston Fine Art Dealers' Association, French Quarter Gallery Association, Redux Contemporary, and Halsey Institute.

CHARLESTON

RENAISSANCE GALLERY

ROBERT LANGE STUDIOS

CITY GALLERY

HELENA FOX FINE ART

ANN LONG FINE ART

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