About the Gallery
Established in 1963, the Herbert Palmer Gallery has shown work
of master European Modern artists, and introduced leading Contemporary
artists from all over the world to the Los Angeles community.
The gallery has enjoyed being an Associate of Sothebys.com since
it's launch in 2000 and until it's closing in April 2003. The
gallery offers paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, multiples,
and works on paper by artists such as Charles Arnoldi, Hans Bellmer,
Eugene Berman, Marc Chagall, Christo, Jose Luis Cuevas, Gordon
Onslow Ford, Jim Dine, Sam Francis, Joe Goode, Hilaire Hiler,
Helen Lundeberg, Lee Mullican, Claes Oldenburg, and James Rosenquist,
to name a few. Many of the gallery's artworks have made their
way to American and International museums, galleries, private
and corporate collections.
Partial list of past exhibitions.
About Herbert Palmer
Herbert Palmer, Director, is a graduate fellow in art history
from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Over the
years he has arranged landmark exhibitions of Twentieth Century
masters, lectured at universities and for civic groups, while
contributing numerous articles to art journals. Mr. Palmer's specialty
is Modern European and American art and he has a strong collecting
interest in Twentieth Century Abstract American art. He has arranged
one-man exhibitions by Bridget Riley, Allen Jones, George Grosz,
Maillol, Abraham Walkowitz, Henry Moore, Gordon Onslow Ford, Lee
Mullican and Robert Longo. Currently he is a member of the College
Art Association, American Association of Museums, the Ethnic Arts
Council of Los Angeles, the International Council of Museums,
and the Art & Antique Dealers League of America. He holds a position
on the Board of Directors of the Art Dealers Association of California,
a nonprofit organization established in 1970 to help raise the
level of knowledge and ethics in the art world.