COLLECTING WITH PARK WEST

Through our extensive network of artists, publishers and representatives, Park West Gallery has the capacity to offer for sale and authenticate works through the artists themselves, or the definitive experts for the various masters whose works we offer.

The vast majority of our collection comes directly from living artist themselves. Our archives of works by deceased artists are either obtained directly from the estates of those artists or purchased through recognized international auction companies, and in all cases, when possible, are taken to the estate of the artists or to the recognized expert in that area for authentication.

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  • From parrots to presidents: How Graeme Stevenson’s art took flight

    Graeme Stevenson was born on June 29, 1958 in New South Wales, Australia. He began painting and studying animals at a young age; ...
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  • Autumn de Forest’s artistic lineage

    Autumn de Forest, in an article with the T Brand Studio of the New York Times, states that her interest in painting began when she saw her father staining ...
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  • Cruise Advice explores art auctions with Park West Gallery

    Collecting art at sea during auctions may sound intimidating, but Cruise Advice provides an in-depth look at how Park West art auctions are a must-do on any cruise vacation.
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  • Take the Anatole Krasnyansky quiz

    Anatole Krasnyansky is known for his amazing watercolor artwork that is seen in two distinct styles, both of which represent his eastern heritage. But how much do you know ...
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  • 5 facts about Muhammad Ali

    Muhammad Ali (1942-2016) was one of the greatest sports figures in history, not only for his amazing skills in the ring, but for much of what he did outside of ...
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  • Donna Sharam: The Color Queen of Australia

    Born in the Australian countryside – better known as the Australian Bush – Donna Sharam didn’t have the upbringing of a ...
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  • Guy Harvey’s innovative art on metal

    Guy Harvey’s signature style is his vibrant paintings of aquatic wildlife taken from his experiences as a marine biologist. The mix of science and art isn’t common among famous ...
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  • Park West Foundation steps up to end cancer with Relay For Life

    Park West Gallery is teaming up with the American Cancer Society and its local community to step up and end cancer. The Park West Foundation, the non-profit ...
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  • Peter Max opens exhibition at Tampa Museum of Art

    The Tampa Museum of Art presents “Peter Max: 50 Years of Cosmic Dreaming,” showcasing a collection of 90 of Max’s bold and colorful artworks from the past 50 ...
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  • When Duaiv met Salvador Dali

    Imagine walking up to the home of your favorite celebrity or role model, knocking on the door, and instead of being shooed away by security, the celebrity opens the door ...
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  • Why Romero Britto is dedicated to his charitable efforts

    Romero Britto, one of the world’s most iconic pop artists, realizes the importance of young people immersing themselves in the arts and general education. Growing up in Recife, Brazil, ...
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  • Simon Bull shares his memories of painting with Muhammad Ali

    Artist Simon Bull was one of two artists selected by Park West Gallery to work with Muhammad Ali in creating a limited series of paintings based on ...
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