What are the benefits of finding a "deliciously dirty" untouched artwork? With some professional conservation the most amazing transformation may take place. Look at these before and after images of our John Leslie Breck painting.
When we engage with the artistic and creative endeavors of others, we experience a shared connectivity which makes our lives, and collectively the world, just a little bit better.
Historically artists have been some of the first and most vocal opponents to war. Julio De Diego's war themed paintings in our collection address the Spanish Civil War, WWII, and the post-war emergence of the Nuclear age.
After nearly a half century in business, Caldwell Gallery Hudson is pleased to announce CGHblockchain. This new venture will be focused on building portals between the existing traditional art world.
Both beginners and advanced art collectors find an art history library to be a very helpful resource. We find these analogue resources invaluable since many are not available within the digital world.
We look at sculpture and explore this oft overlooked art form's unheralded impact on our living spaces, both indoors and outdoors.
Custodianship of art – where the joys of collecting art mee the responsibilities of owning art.
Some dos & don't when you're spending money on art, along with the golden rules of purchasing art.
Tips on how to start an art collection so it will match your passion.
A brief history of our Caldwell Gallery family business, started by collectors for collectors in 1973.
Artist's show us the way when it comes to respecting and honoring Mother Earth, and the planet's natural (and fragile) beauty.
What does Mr. Van Gogh have to do with the art which came after him? Everything!
Inventory Highlight - Artist John Atherton (1900-1952).
The majestic house on a hill which was home to Hudson River School artist Frederic Church. To learn more about visiting Olana click here.
March is Women's History Month, and 2020 has been a surreal one.
Little know fact – 99.5% of art dealers collect art.
Enjoying the research aspects of being an art dealer and gallerist.