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ABOUT US


Franklin Riehlman had more than twenty-five years of experience buying and selling 19th and 20th century American and European paintings, watercolors and drawings. A passionate art historian, Franklin employed connoisseurship, knowledge of the art market, and extensive research to buy, sell, and exhibit works of art that are visually interesting and intellectually exciting. Franklin Riehlman Fine Art remains interested in acquiring paintings for sale, either through purchase or consignment.

No matter what your level of collecting experience, we are happy to share information that will help you make informed decisions about condition, quality and value. The authenticity of all the works of art is guaranteed. Our clients include museums, private collectors, art consultants, interior designers, architects and other dealers, including:

  • Georgia Museum of Art
  • Indianapolis Museum of Art
  • Currier Gallery, Manchester
  • National Museum of Wildlife Art
  • Greenville County Museum of Art
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
  • Worcester Art Museum
  • Huntington Museum
  • Library of Congress
  • Portland (Maine) Museum
  • Smithsonian Museum of Art
  • West Virginia State Museum
  • Montclair Art Museum
  • Birmingham Museum of Art

ABOUT THE GALLERY
The Gallery is located in a Beaux-Arts townhouse on Manhattan's Upper East Side, steps from Madison Avenue and an easy walk from the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

ADDITIONAL SERVICES
I also provide assistance in framing, conservation, appraisals, moving, installation and lighting of fine paintings, antiques, and other art objects.

FRANKLIN RIEHLMAN FINE ART
212/ 879-2545
mail@FranklinRiehlman.com

 

 

Clarence Carter

Konrad Cramer

Adolf Dehn

Walton Ford

James Gantt

William Halsey

Robert Kipniss

Yasuo Kuniyoshi

Michael Lenson

Henry Siddons Mowbray

Walter Murch

David Olenick

Edward Potthast

Priscilla Roberts

Robert Salmon

Leopold Seyffert

Harold Shapinsky

John Sloan

 

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