Love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day is upon us. If you’re on the “love it” side, you might be interested in some appropriate art and special deals from some of our CGN friends. Check out this work if you’re feeling festive this week, and keep it in mind if you’re looking for a special gift - for yourself, or for your Valentine.
Poster Plus has a wide array of vintage and reproduction posters. Since 1969 they have offered an extensive selection of original posters from the 19th and 20th centuries, in addition to Chicago-related posters, Giclées and gifts.
Left: Andy Warhol, Heart with Bow, 1983 (petite), 8.5” x 11”; Right: Robert Indiana, Love Documenta, c. 1968, silkscreen 24.5” x 33.5”
The Leigh Gallery offers new original artwork and handcrafted art objects perfect for a one-of-a-kind gift. Contact the gallery for more information about their current exhibiting artists.
Artwork from Leigh Gallery
Zygman Voss Gallery features a lovely collection of work - small to large scale - that makes an impressive statement this Valentine’s Day or any day.
Left: Jules Cheret, Programme, watercolors; Right: Alfredo Muller, Peacock Panel, lithograph
Mars Gallery has some limited edition prints that were originally created for the gallery’s 15th anniversary. Edition size 10, pencil signed by the artist; matting and custom framing available.
Julie Gittinger, artwork on rag art paper, 6” x 8”
Galleries Maurice Sternberg is featuring work by British artist Inge Clayton that is executed in her sensuous, painterly style.
Left: Inge Clayton, On the Bridal Path, oil on aluminum, 55” x 31.5”; Right: Inge Clayton, Where Cows Graze, oil on aluminum, 55” x 31.5”