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Littlejohn Contemporary

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Littlejohn Contemporary
547 West 27th Street
Suite 207
New York, NY 10001
Venue Type: Gallery


Swarm, Valerie HammondValerie Hammond, Swarm,
2013, Archival pigment, watercolor, graphite on water color paper, 38 x 25 inches
© Valerie Hammond
Walk, Timothy HawkesworthTimothy Hawkesworth, Walk,
2011, Oil, graphite and wax on paper, 22 x 19 inches
© Jacquie Littlejohn
Going By, Timothy HawkesworthTimothy Hawkesworth, Going By,
2012, oil, graphite and wax on paper, 39 x 29 inches
© Littlejohn Contemporary
Diorama with Nine Breeding Pairs, Laurie HoginLaurie Hogin, Diorama with Nine Breeding Pairs,
2008, oil on canvas, 36x48 inches
© Littlejohn Contemporary
Roost II, Anne SiemsAnne Siems, Roost II,
2008, mixed media on panel, 48x48 inches
© Littlejohn Contemporary
Clearing, Anne SiemsAnne Siems, Clearing,
2008, mixed media on panel, 48x60 inches
© Littlejohn Contemporary
Oval Landscape II, Alison MoritsuguAlison Moritsugu, Oval Landscape II,
2008, oil on log slices, 23x30x2 inches
© Littlejohn Contemporary
World, W. SmithW. Smith, World,
2007, oil on antique book page, 9x6 inches
© Littlejohn Contemporary
Confront Your Dark Side, Randy BoltonRandy Bolton, Confront Your Dark Side,
1996, screenprint on canvas, 35x55 inches
© Littlejohn Contemporary
Lanyard installation, Randy BoltonRandy Bolton, Lanyard installation,
2002, digital print on lexan, dimensions variable
© Littlejohn Contemporary
Diorama with Endless Desires, Laurie HoginLaurie Hogin, Diorama with Endless Desires,
2008, oil on canvas, 48x60 inches
© Littlejohn Contemporary
Chicago Portraits: Head of a Denizen, Laurie HoginLaurie Hogin,
Chicago Portraits: Head of a Denizen,
2007-8, color etching on paper, 15x11 inches (image)
© Littlejohn Contemporary
Field Guide to Cosmetics and Pharmaceuticals, Laurie HoginLaurie Hogin,
Field Guide to Cosmetics and Pharmaceuticals,
2003, oil on panel, 5x6 inches
© Littlejohn Contemporary
Dutch Masters: Lord Haliburton, Laurie HoginLaurie Hogin, Dutch Masters: Lord Haliburton,
2003, oil on panel, 7x6 inches
© Littlejohn Contemporary
Wai Hookahe, Alison MoritsuguAlison Moritsugu, Wai Hookahe,
2007, mixed media, 38x46x46 inches
© Littlejohn Contemporary
Walking Sticks, Alison MoritsuguAlison Moritsugu, Walking Sticks,
1996, oil on wood, 52x1.5x1.5 dimensions variable
© Littlejohn Contemporary
Tall Sassafrass III, Alison MoritsuguAlison Moritsugu, Tall Sassafrass III,
2001, oil on tree slice, 82x22x2 inches
© Littlejohn Contemporary
Silence, W. SmithW. Smith, Silence,
2007, oil on book page engraving, 10x8 inches
© Littlejohn Contemporary
Transit of Gravity, W. SmithW. Smith, Transit of Gravity,
2008, oil on linen, 12x12 inches
© Littlejohn Contemporary
Et in Arcadia Ergo, W. SmithW. Smith, Et in Arcadia Ergo,
2004, oil on bookpage engraving w/ shelf, 11x14x3 inches
© Littlejohn Contemporary
Tiny Woman, Anne SiemsAnne Siems, Tiny Woman,
2008, mixed media on panel, 48x48 inches
© Littlejohn Contemporary
Birdsong, Anne SiemsAnne Siems, Birdsong,
2008, mixed media on panel, 54x72 inches
© Littlejohn Contemporary
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Jacquie Littlejohn
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 12-6pm, Thursday 12-8pm
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Littlejohn Contemporary represents a diverse and compelling group of contemporary mid-career artists. The gallery’s aesthetic presents a variety of genres, including abstraction and allegorical narrative focusing primarily on painting, drawing, mixed media, and photography by national and international artists—many of whom Littlejohn has shown for over two decades. These artists stand out for their quality, uniqueness of vision and thought-provoking contributions to the contemporary art world. 

Established in Soho in 1984, Littlejohn Contemporary relocated to NY’s Fuller Building on 57th Street where it remained for thirteen years. Our current Chelsea location continues to maintain an extensive inventory by gallery artists as well as internationally-known secondary market artworks. At this location, Jacquie Littlejohn also formed a collaborative relationship with dealer Liz Garvey of Garvey Simon Art Access. 

Visitors to the gallery may view alternating exhibitions by our separate galleries and see the commingled resources presented in the Private Viewing Room. Clients are encouraged to explore our combined offerings all while relaxing in a living room-like setting. With expertise and inventories offered by two dealers in one location our clients appreciate a greater variety of services within a pleasurable viewing environment.

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Submission Policy
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