• Grand Morceau & Co.

    GALLERY // PUBLISHER // SAN FRANCISCO

  • About Grand Morceau

    Gallery of Fine Art, Publisher of Fine Books

    The Gallery

    Based in San Francisco, California, Grand Morceau & Co. features fine art and photography in a variety of media, primarily in the abstract and non-objective traditions. Every piece we sell is hand-picked and thoroughly researched, with an eye on artistic mastery, social context, historical significance, and intrinsic value. For a preview of our current inventory, go here.

    The Print Edition

    We are expanding beyond the gallery walls! In October 2017, we will publish the first issue of Morceau, featuring a curated selection of contemporary art, photography, fiction, and poetry.

    The Awards

    Also new for 2017, we're proud to announce the first annual Morceau Awards in Art, Fiction, and Poetry, and a standalone photography award, Morceau/Photo.

  • In the Gallery

    A selection of our current inventory.

    Please contact us for pricing and specs.

    Ellie Domsky

    Oil on Canvas, circa 1970

    Noted mid-century fashion illustrator and artist. Studied at the Philadelphia Museum School of Art, and exhibited frequently alongside her husband, painter Charles Domsky.

     

    **SOLD**

    Theresa Greenberg

    Mixed Media on Paper, 1995

    Widely exhibited contemporary artist, including five solo shows in NYC, and exhibitions at the Stamford Museum, Fine Arts Museum of Long Island, Art Gotham, Synagogue for the Arts, New York, and others.

    Theresa Greenberg

    Mixed Media on Paper, 1994

    Widely exhibited contemporary artist, including five solo shows in NYC, and exhibitions at the Stamford Museum, Fine Arts Museum of Long Island, Art Gotham, Synagogue for the Arts, New York, and others.

    Victor di Gesu

    Crayon on Paper, circa 1965

    Celebrated mid-century post-impressionist. Exhibited at: The Louvre (1954), Museum of Modern Art, Paris (1955), San Francisco Museum of Art (1948, 1951), Monterey Museum of Art (1975, 1981), and others. Winner of the 1954 Prix D'Othon Friesz in Paris.

    Harry McCormick

    Etching on paper, 1980

    Acclaimed portrait and interior artist. In the permanent collections of: Brooklyn Museum, Guggenheim Museum, Smithsonian Institution, Canton Art Institute, Newark Art Museum, Boca Raton Museum of Art, and many others.

    Chris Ritter

    Watercolor on Paper, 1939

    Early New York modernist and bon vivant. In the permanent collections of: Museum of Modern Art (NY), Metropolitan Museum of Art, British Museum, New York Public Library, Brooklyn Museum, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, and many others.

    Jacob Semiatin

    Watercolor on Paper, 1973

    Noted mid-century abstract expressionist. Member of the Brooklyn Society of Artists. Exhibited at Contemporary Arts Gallery (1957), Galerie Internationale (1962), and eight times at the Brooklyn Museum (1944-1957).

     

    **SOLD**

    Jacob Semiatin

    Watercolor on Paper, 1987

    Noted mid-century abstract expressionist. Member of the Brooklyn Society of Artists. Exhibited at Contemporary Arts Gallery (1957), Galerie Internationale (1962), and eight times at the Brooklyn Museum (1944-1957).

    Gegham Aleksanyan

    Oil on Board, 2008

    Contemporary Armenian-American artist. Exhibited at: Seyhoun Gallery (Los Angeles), Collectors and Le Vernissage Galleries (Carmel), Artexpo, Art Takes Times Square, among others.

    David Padworny

    Oil on Canvas, 2008

    Widely collected contemporary artist. Exhibited at: Museum of New Art Detroit, MoMA PS1, Art Basel, and many others. In the permanent collections of: Buchanan Museum of Fine Art, University of Maine.

    Tom Duimstra

    Acrylic on Wood, 2009

    Well-listed contemporary outsider artist. Exhibited with Andy Warhol in the 1980s (2-person show). Other exhibitions include: Middlebury College Museum of Art, St. Mary's College Museum of Art, Union College Mandeville Gallery, Museum of the Southwest.

  • Morceau in Print

    Our new journal of contemporary art, photography, fiction, and poetry. First issue debuting October 2017.

  • The Awards

    THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO SUBMITTED.

    THE WINNERS HAVE BEEN CONTACTED VIA EMAIL AND LISTED BELOW...

    THE MORCEAU AWARDS &

    THE MORCEAU/PHOTO AWARD

    presenting...the 2017 Winners!

    Fiction Award: Jessica Bloch for her short story, "Amongst the Monuments"

     

    Poetry Award: Maria Fernandez for her poems, "Fire Cantos"

     

    Fine Art Award: b.ronson for his street art, "Sideways Bomber"

     

    Morceau/Photo Award: Henry Wilder for his portfolio, "Quiet Before the..."

     

    Stay tuned to check out their work in the first issue of Morceau, coming in October.

  • Say Hello

    (Anytime)

    grandmorceaugallery

    @gmail.com

    (By Appointment)

    18 Bartol Street

    San Francisco, California

    (Weekdays)

    855-700-8680