Chloe Fine Arts San Francisco

645 Beach Street  |  415-749-1000  |  todd@chloefinearts.com  |  Visit their website

Locally owned and operated, with over 23 years in gallery management, Chloe Fine Arts represents leading and innovative regional, national and international contemporary fine artists while exploring the inter-relationship and influences between fine art from the 18th to 21st centuries.
 

Dennis Rae Fine Arts

781 Beach Street  |  415-292-0387  |  Visit their website

 

Eden Fine Art

223 Jefferson Street  |  415-908-1007  |  Visit their website

Eden Fine Art is a major international art representative and sponsor, specializing in the publishing, marketing and distribution of artworks, sculptures and photographs from select leading international artists. Since its inception in 1998, Owner Cathia Klimovsky has launched five galleries including the exclusive and modern flagship gallery in Manhattan on Madison Avenue. Eden galleries feature a modern, dynamic, open space, which allows its artists and visitors the full and unique experience of the art collection.

 

Franklin Bowles Galleries

765 Beach Street  |  800-926-9535  |  Visit their website

Franklin Bowles Galleries was established almost 30 years ago in San Francisco, near historic Ghirardelli Square. Our New York Gallery is located in the SOHO district. Since this time, we have assisted our clients in building valuable collections of fine art. Franklin Bowles Galleries represents a diverse group of artists from Old Master greats like Rembrandt to Modern Masters such as Picasso and Chagall. We also represent many important, internationally collected American and European Contemporary artists such as Claude Lazar, Larry Horowitz, Eduardo Arranz-Bravo and Pierre-Marie Brisson. Our emphasis on fine art has also attracted some of the most experienced and knowledgeable Art Consultants and gallery staff in the art world today.

 

Keane Eyes Gallery

3040 Larkin Street  |  415-922-9309  |  keaneyeyes@earthlink.net  |  Visit their website

The world famous "Big Eye" paintings had their beginning in San Francisco over 50 years ago, by the artist Margaret Keane. In time they also became known and referred to as "Waifs," "Keane," "Sad Eyes," and many other titles, all depicting the unique styles of this very creative woman. You may be surprised to hear the artist is a woman. You see, for many years she was married to a man who claimed credit for what she painted. To prove she was in fact the artist and not her former husband, she painted in court before a Federal Judge and jury, an original oil on canvas painting. When her ex-husband was asked to paint by the judge, his reply was: "I can't today, because I have a sore shoulder." Needless to say Margaret won the case and she continues to paint those Big Eyes we have come to love so dearly.

 

Vitkovsky Fine Art

3036 Larkin Street  |  415-922-4278  |  marina.ostrova@gmail.com  |  Visit their website

Vladimir Vitkovsky was born in Leningrad, Russia. He studied at three different Art Schools there, yet managed to stay himself: original and inexplicable. In 1989 Vladimir Vitkovsky emigrated from the Soviet Union, and his art began to receive international recognition. His works appear in private collections worldwide.

 

ZK GaLLERY

213 Jefferson St.  |  415-632-1036 |  Visit their website

ZK Gallery represents the vibrant San Francisco contemporary art scene. Founded in 2014, our gallery is committed to representing emerging, mid-career and established international artists who work in a variety of media. We offer a complete range of services for lifelong collectors or first time buyers which include complimentary in-home consultation and worldwide shipping. With our exceptional customer service and unique offerings we continue to create lifelong relationships with clients from around the globe.