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Grand Opening of Studio 57 Fine Arts, Near Carnegie Hall and City Center
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Grand Opening of Studio 57 Fine Arts, Near Carnegie Hall and City Center

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Studio 57 Fine Arts
Museum Quality Framing
211 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
212.956.9395

Mon. - Sat. 10 AM - 8 PM
Sun. 12 Noon - 6 PM
Ask for Jack or Eddie

Studio 57
Fine Arts

211 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
212.956.9395
Gallery Hours:
Monday-Saturday, 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Sunday, 12 Noon – 6:00 PM

Near Carnegie Hall and City Center
Ask for Jack or Eddie


Dr. Roberta E. Zlokower
December 7, 2007


Studio 57 Fine Arts is a new art gallery, in a beautifully renovated space, located on West 57th Street, midtown Manhattan, near Carnegie Hall, City Center, Broadway shows, 57th Street shopping, and Lincoln Center. Proprietors, Jack and Eddie, are always on hand to show you a wide collection of signed lithographs, signed etchings, oil paintings, drawings, sculptures, and giclées on canvas. Featured at Studio 57 Fine Arts are an expansive selection of Al Hirschfeld’s signed lithographs of his line drawings, such as Sinatra, Audrey Hepburn, Carnegie Hall musicians, The Three Tenors, Artur Rubenstein, and Vladimir Horowitz. Also featured are giclées on canvas, originally painted by the Italian artist, Pino, a native of Bari, who drew inspiration from Sargent, Benson, and William Merritt Chase, plus renowned, limited edition, Chagall lithographs.

In the more intimate second room, Studio 57 presents limited edition bronzes, by Guino, elegant and voluptuous, a contemporary Kostabi sculpture, and a silver horse by Ludovico Beluigi. On the wall displays the visitor is drawn to an important collection of Pissarros, paintings, drawings, and watercolors by Camille Pissarro, “the father of Impressionism”, his son, Rodo, a son Paul-Emile, a grandson, H. Claude, and a great grand-daughter, Lélia, who now works in contemporary media. Camille Pissarro had eight children with Julie Vellay, and the surviving six all became artists, with their descendants painting and curating, as well. The Pissarro collection at Studio 57 is, in itself, worthy of the visit.

Watch the Upcoming Events Column on this magazine for listings of special events at Studio 57 Fine Arts. Stop by and visit Studio 57 Fine Arts, before a concert at Carnegie Hall or City Center. Ask for Jack or Eddie, and tell them you saw them on RobertaOnTheArts.com.



Pino, "Good Old Days"
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower



Pino, "Remember When" and "The Gathering"
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower



Al Hirschfeld, "The Three Tenors"
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower



Al Hirschfeld, "Carnegie Hall"
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower



Picasso, "Les Demoiselles D'Avignon"
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower



Guino Sculpture, "Woman with Mirror"
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower



Manzana, Pencil Drawing
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower



Guino Sculpture, "Leda and The Swan"
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower



Guino Sculpture, "The Palm"
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower



Paul-Emile Pissarro, Untitled
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower



Lélia Pissarro, "Village Under the Snow"
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower



Paul-Emile Pissarro, Untitled
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower



Michel Delacroix, "A La Rose Blanche"
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower



Ludovico Beluigi Sculpture
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower



Kostabi Sculpture
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower



Lélia Pissarro, "Joachim et Lionel"
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower



Lélia Pissarro, Untitled
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower



H. Claude Pissarro, "La Baie de Menton"
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower



Al Hirschfeld, "Rubenstein"
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower



Al Hirschfeld, "Horowitz"
Photo Courtesy of Roberta E. Zlokower





For more information, contact Dr. Roberta E. Zlokower at zlokower@bestweb.net