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Visit the Art Students League of New York’s annual Holiday Exhibition & Sale Friday, December 7 through Sunday, December 23 at 215 West 57th Street. Works by emerging artists include paintings and prints (landscapes, portraits, still lifes and abstract works) and sculpture.
New York, NY (PRWEB) December 05, 2012
Visit The Art Students League of New York’s annual Holiday Exhibition & Sale Friday, December 7 through Sunday, December 23 at 215 West 57th Street. Paintings and prints—landscapes, portraits, still lifes and abstract works—sell for $100 to $800. Prices for sculptures are capped at $1,200. Give the gift of Art, or buy something wonderful for yourself that you will value for a lifetime.
More than 500 works are on sale. Every year buyers—including gift-givers, interior decorators, and art lovers buying for themselves—bring home great values from a wide variety of works created by emerging student artists. Artists in the show include those represented in galleries and museum collections. Click here to see works by just some of the artists who sold in last year's Holiday Exhibition.
The League’s Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery is located at 215 West 57th Street between Seventh Avenue and Broadway. Hours are:
Monday through Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
For more information call 212-247-4510, ext. 101, or e-mail info(at)artstudentsleague(dot)org.
About the Art Students League of New York
The Art Students League of New York is one of America’s premier art schools. It was founded in 1875 by artists, for artists, to provide affordable studio-based art education of the highest quality to those interested in making art. Great artists have trained, taught, and exhibited at the League throughout its rich history. Classes, lectures, workshops, exhibitions, residencies and other professional development programs continue the League’s legacy of supporting students who intend to make art a profession, and cultivating a spirit of fraternity among art students.
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