Small Scale - Intimate Works of
American Abstraction
Graham Shay 1857 is pleased to present the exhibition: Small Scale – Intimate Works of American AbstractionOn view through June 25th, 2021.
A unique presentation of smaller scale artworks, abstract paintings and sculpture, spanning a period from the 1940s through the 1980s. Works that are sometimes overshadowed by their larger counterparts, as much of mid-century abstraction is impactful and large in scale. 

Featuring work by:
Norman Bluhm, Fritz Bultman, Konrad Cramer, Robert Engman, Jimmy Ernst, Adolph Gottlieb, Seymour Lipton, Clement Meadmore, Hayward Oubre, Ray Parker, Beverly Pepper, Ben Shahn, Charles Shaw, Sal Sirugo, Esphyr Slobodkina, and Benedict Tatti

Seymour Lipton (American, 1903-1986)
Diadem, 1960
Nickel silver on Monel metal
12 H. x 8 ½ W. x 6 ¾ D. inches
Mounted on period marble base, 2 ½ H. inches
A larger version of Diadem is in the collection of the Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland. 

Norman Bluhm (American, 1921-1999)
Untitled, 1969
Oil on canvas, 28 H. x 24 W. inches
Signed lower left: Bluhm ’69
Bears Corcoran Gallery Of Art label, verso

17 E. 67th Street, No. 1A
New York, NY 10065
Appointments are appreciated but not required. We are committed to providing a safe space to view and discuss art, and are following CDC guidelines and social distancing.
Monday through Friday, 10am to 6pm
Saturday by appointment