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Sandra Safta Waterhouse   ()

Jonathan Dodd   (Owner)

Ray Waterhouse   (Owner)

About

We have been dealing in fine paintings from a London gallery since 1987 and now have two galleries in London, two galleries in New York and an office in Paris. Our stock always includes Impressionist, Post-Impressionist and Modernist works, with works by both important and minor artists. We also deal in Contemporary art, representing artists in both the UK and USA.
Our sister firm, Fine Art Brokers, is one of the world's most respected art advisory services: www.fineartbrokers.com.

Bedroom Face with Blowing Curtain (Blonde) - TOM WESSELMANN

TOM WESSELMANN Bedroom Face with Blowing Curtain (Blonde)

The Scream (After Munch) -  Andy  WARHOL

Andy WARHOL The Scream (After Munch)

Flatland (9:37 am) -  Tomas  VU

Tomas VU Flatland (9:37 am)

Food Bowls -  Wayne THIEBAUD

Wayne THIEBAUD Food Bowls

Untitled (Seven Light Bulbs) - Kiki SMITH

Kiki SMITH Untitled (Seven Light Bulbs)

Tangent Twins - Tom Shannon

Tom Shannon Tangent Twins

L'Astrolabe - Man RAY

Man RAY L'Astrolabe

Veil -  Laura NEWMAN

Laura NEWMAN Veil

Oculus - AUGUST MUTH

AUGUST MUTH Oculus

Untitled - Joan MITCHELL

Joan MITCHELL Untitled

Corbeille d'ananas et fruits -  Henri MATISSE

Henri MATISSE Corbeille d'ananas et fruits

Cavallo e Cavaliere - Marino MARINI

Marino MARINI Cavallo e Cavaliere

Forest Scene (Study) - Roy Lichtenstein

Roy Lichtenstein Forest Scene (Study)

Celeste - Marie Laurencin

Marie Laurencin Celeste

Passage of the Wind - Yayoi   KUSAMA

Yayoi KUSAMA Passage of the Wind

Abstract 37387c -   KIM KEEVER

KIM KEEVER Abstract 37387c

Ada in Striped Dress - ALEX KATZ

ALEX KATZ Ada in Striped Dress

Marble Head - Opus 5 Nr. 2 - Athar   JABER

Athar JABER Marble Head - Opus 5 Nr. 2

Matelot Kevin Druez 2 -  David HOCKNEY

David HOCKNEY Matelot Kevin Druez 2

La Reorneadora -  Philippe  HIQUILY

Philippe HIQUILY La Reorneadora

Fight AIDS Worldwide - Keith  HARING

Keith HARING Fight AIDS Worldwide

Waves off Wellfleet - Karen GUNDERSON

Karen GUNDERSON Waves off Wellfleet

Color Sketch for Drake University Mural  - Stuart Davis

Stuart Davis Color Sketch for Drake University Mural

Bouquet d'oeillets aux amoureux en vert - Marc CHAGALL

Marc CHAGALL Bouquet d'oeillets aux amoureux en vert

Totem - Agustin CARDENAS

Agustin CARDENAS Totem

Composition in Green - NORMAN  BLUHM

NORMAN BLUHM Composition in Green

Untitled, White Background - NORMAN  BLUHM

NORMAN BLUHM Untitled, White Background

Scorpio Series 1 No. 7 - WILHELMINA  BARNS-GRAHAM

WILHELMINA BARNS-GRAHAM Scorpio Series 1 No. 7

Boogie Woogie - Doug Argue

Doug Argue Boogie Woogie

Reclining Horse with Lovers, 2016 - SOPHIE RYDER

SOPHIE RYDER Reclining Horse with Lovers, 2016

Untitled 75.090 (from the Hoarfrost Series), 1975 - ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG

ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG Untitled 75.090 (from the Hoarfrost Series), 1975

MOMA, 2017 - Jean-François  RAUZIER

Jean-François RAUZIER MOMA, 2017

Palympsestes NY, 2017 - Jean-François  RAUZIER

Jean-François RAUZIER Palympsestes NY, 2017

Untitled, 1958 - NORMAN  BLUHM

NORMAN BLUHM Untitled, 1958

Babel Kircher, New York, 2015 - Jean-François  RAUZIER

Jean-François RAUZIER Babel Kircher, New York, 2015

Deauville la Sieste, 1950 - FERDINAND LEGER

FERDINAND LEGER Deauville la Sieste, 1950

Purple and Patchwork, 1969 - Alexander Calder

Alexander Calder Purple and Patchwork, 1969

Study for Marilyn, 2009 - ROBERT LONGO

ROBERT LONGO Study for Marilyn, 2009

Girl Hugging Horse, 2015 - SOPHIE RYDER

SOPHIE RYDER Girl Hugging Horse, 2015

Phenomena in the Wind's Eye, 1977 - PAUL JENKINS

PAUL JENKINS Phenomena in the Wind's Eye, 1977

Exhibiting Artists

  • Keith HARING  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Keith  HARING  - Fight AIDS Worldwide Fight AIDS Worldwide

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  • Athar JABER  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Athar   JABER - Marble Head - Opus 5 Nr. 2 Marble Head - Opus 5 Nr. 2

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  • Yayoi KUSAMA  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Yayoi   KUSAMA - Passage of the Wind Passage of the Wind

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  • Andy WARHOL  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Andy  WARHOL - The Scream (After Munch) The Scream (After Munch)

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  • Doug Argue  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Doug Argue - Boogie Woogie Boogie Woogie

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  • WILHELMINA BARNS-GRAHAM  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • WILHELMINA  BARNS-GRAHAM - Scorpio Series 1 No. 7 Scorpio Series 1 No. 7

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  • NORMAN BLUHM  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • NORMAN  BLUHM - Untitled, 1958 Untitled, 1958
    • NORMAN  BLUHM - Untitled, White Background Untitled, White Background
    • NORMAN  BLUHM - Composition in Green Composition in Green

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  • Agustin CARDENAS  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Agustin CARDENAS - Totem Totem

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  • Marc CHAGALL  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Marc CHAGALL - Bouquet d'oeillets aux amoureux en vert Bouquet d'oeillets aux amoureux en vert

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  • Stuart Davis  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Stuart Davis - Color Sketch for Drake University Mural Color Sketch for Drake University Mural

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  • Karen Gunderson  (+)

    Biography : Karen GUNDERSON was born in 1943 in Racine, Wisconsin and lives and works in New York. Beginning in the 1980s, Karen Gunderson developed her own style and language of painting in which she applies black oil paint with innovative brush strokes. She uses five different hues of black and by scoring the surface to create impasto and manipulate the reflections of light she generates extraordinary effects - in her sea paintings, for example, the viewer experiences an illusion of movement in the waves and clouds as they walk around the canvas. One could accurately describe her medium as ‘light on oil paint on canvas’.

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  • Karen GUNDERSON  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Karen GUNDERSON - Waves off Wellfleet Waves off Wellfleet

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  • Philippe HIQUILY  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Philippe  HIQUILY  - La Reorneadora La Reorneadora

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  • David HOCKNEY  (+)

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  • David HOCKNEY  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  David HOCKNEY - Matelot Kevin Druez 2 Matelot Kevin Druez 2

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  • PAUL JENKINS  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • PAUL JENKINS - Phenomena in the Wind's Eye, 1977 Phenomena in the Wind's Eye, 1977

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  • ALEX KATZ  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • ALEX KATZ - Ada in Striped Dress Ada in Striped Dress

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  • KIM KEEVER  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •   KIM KEEVER - Abstract 37387c Abstract 37387c

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  • Marie Laurencin  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Marie Laurencin - Celeste Celeste

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  • Roy Lichtenstein  (+)

  • Robert LONGO  (+)

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  • Marino MARINI  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Marino MARINI - Cavallo e Cavaliere Cavallo e Cavaliere

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  • Henry Matisse  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Henri MATISSE - Corbeille d'ananas et fruits Corbeille d'ananas et fruits

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  • Joan MITCHELL  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Joan MITCHELL - Untitled Untitled

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  • AUGUST MUTH  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • AUGUST MUTH - Oculus Oculus

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  • Laura NEWMAN  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Laura NEWMAN - Veil Veil

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  • ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG - Untitled 75.090 (from the Hoarfrost Series), 1975 Untitled 75.090 (from the Hoarfrost Series), 1975

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  • Jean-François RAUZIER  (+)

    Biography : Jean-Francois Rauzier is an internationally acclaimed photographer, who has had museum shows in Paris, Moscow, Los Angeles and Washington DC. Waterhouse & Dodd is his exclusive agent in the USA, UK and Middle East and has shown his work in exhibitions and fairs in New York, Palm Beach, Miami, Los Angeles, Abu Dhabi, Maastricht and London, selling over 200 of his ‘Hyperphotos’. In 2002, when Jean-François Rauzier created his first ‘Hyperphotos’, he was already an established photographer and had been searching for a new creative method that would differ considerably from the traditional model. With his ‘Hyperphotos’ he strove to capture “the panorama and the macro view all at once, to stop time and to have the possibility of viewing all the details of a static image”. Rauzier’s work transforms reality; it fascinates us with its scale, and takes the viewer on a journey through the visible world. Rauzier uses thousands of high-resolution close-ups views and stitches them into his large compositions, maintaining the focus and sharpness of the smallest detail. Rauzier carefully composes each work from elements and images he has collected over many years, working in some ways more like a painter than a photographer, creating his own supernatural man-made world. Using digital technology, he cuts, moves and constructs buildings, gardens, animals, and many other objects. Carefully collected during long photographic sessions to inspire a new fantastic landscape, a capricious picture or a baroque masterpiece. He strives to transform the world according to his dreams, wishes and anxieties, and to recreate the magic and secrecy of ancient legends and stories using 21st century media. Of course, none of his mastery of technology would be worthy unless it was combined with a true artistic vision. Rauzier also possesses a deep knowledge of literature, art history and history, and utilizes all these with his unique wit and humor. Size variations may

    Artist's Objects:

    • Jean-François  RAUZIER - Babel Kircher, New York, 2015 Babel Kircher, New York, 2015
    • Jean-François  RAUZIER - Palympsestes NY, 2017 Palympsestes NY, 2017
    • Jean-François  RAUZIER - MOMA, 2017 MOMA, 2017

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  • Man RAY  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Man RAY - L'Astrolabe L'Astrolabe

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  • SOPHIE RYDER  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • SOPHIE RYDER - Reclining Horse with Lovers, 2016 Reclining Horse with Lovers, 2016
    • SOPHIE RYDER - Girl Hugging Horse, 2015 Girl Hugging Horse, 2015

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  • Tom Shannon  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Tom Shannon - Tangent Twins Tangent Twins

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  • Kiki SMITH  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Kiki SMITH - Untitled (Seven Light Bulbs) Untitled (Seven Light Bulbs)

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  • Wayne THIEBAUD  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Wayne THIEBAUD - Food Bowls Food Bowls

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  • Tomas VU  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Tomas  VU - Flatland (9:37 am) Flatland (9:37 am)

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Other Represented Artists

  • MILTON AVERY

  • RUDOLF BAUER

  • Alexander Calder  (+)

    Biography : One of the most celebrated artists of the twentieth century, Calder produced works that are both ground-breaking and light-hearted, balancing logical formal qualities with humour and play. He redefined sculpture by introducing movement and by the 1950s had achieved international significance, allowing him to expand his studios in the United States and France and create works on a monumental scale. Calder cited Mondrian and Miró as influences and indeed his paintings and mobiles exhibit the same buoyancy, wit and whimsy, conveying a sense of movement through serpentine, unbroken lines. His work is in numerous international public collections, including the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Centre Georges Pompidou and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Calder's public commissions are on view in cities throughout the world, and his work has been the subject of hundreds of shows and retrospectives, including Alexander Calder: 1898– 1976 at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. (1998); Calder: Gravity and Grace at the Guggenheim Bilbao (2003); Calder at Samsung Museum of Art in Seoul (2013); and Calder and Abstraction: From Avant-Garde to Iconic at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (2014)

    Exhibition : Tours, Château de Tours, Absence et présences, 1st April-7th 2006 Tours, Château de Tours, Calder en Touraine, 6th June-19th October 2008

    Detailed Description : Composition in red is remarkable amongst Calder’s body of work for its spontaneity and unconstrained brilliant colour. Its dazzling expanse of red and broad swathes of yellow conjure a rolling landscape that is unrestrained by formula or painting surface. This visceral aspect stands in contrast to many of Calder’s gouaches, where colour appears almost graphically in geometric shapes or flat, static planes. Painted in Touraine in 1961, this work is significantly earlier than the majority of pieces currently on the market. Calder gifted it to his close friend and collaborator, the writer Pierre Halet, and the work formed part of a 2006 exhibition held in Halet’s honour at the Château de Tours.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Alexander Calder - Purple and Patchwork, 1969 Purple and Patchwork, 1969

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  • ALLAN D'ARCANGELO

    Biography : Allan D’Arcangelo has long been recognised as a leading figure among the first generation of American Pop Artists. These artists reacted to the relatively new and utterly pervasive visual landscape of mid twentieth-century America – one defined by endlessly reproduced images from popular and consumer culture. While his early Pop work engaged with mass culture, by 1962 D’Arcangelo turned his attention to the open road, an equally ubiquitous aspect of the post-war American experience. Developed throughout the 1960s, these landscape paintings are amongst Pop Art’s most iconic images. D’Arcangelo’s landscapes follow the development of the inter-state highway network in 1956, which replaced winding state roads with endless concrete ribbons. Beginning with his 1962 Full Moon and subsequent US Highway #1 series, D’Arcangelo captured the American landscape through the standardised language of road signs and markers that became one of its defining features. By the second half of the 1960s, D’Arcangelo began to emphasize the road sign’s formal elements in compositions that became increasingly abstract, such as the present work. Herein lies what Nicolas Calas, undoubtedly one of the artist’s most insightful commentators, described as the metaphysical aspect of his work. Calas compares D’Arcangelo to Giorgio De Chirico, who placed ancient images in a context where they lost their meaning. The present work similarly divides contemporary images from their factual form, emphasizing colour and spatial relationships over meaning. Faced with symbols that are both recognisable and unintelligible, the viewer’s mind is free to wander unobstructed by fact. This surreal quality indicates a major difference between D'Arcangelo's conception of the highway and one presented by Jack Kerouac and Robert Frank. Whereas the latter two see the road as a series of places, where rites of passage occur and stories unfold, for D'Arcangelo it is a place without time and

  • WILLEM DE KOONING

  • FRIEDEL DZUBAS

  • ARSHILE GORKY

  • FERDINAND LEGER  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • FERDINAND LEGER - Deauville la Sieste, 1950 Deauville la Sieste, 1950

  • SOL LEWITT

  • Max Liebermann

  • ROBERT LONGO  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • ROBERT LONGO - Study for Marilyn, 2009 Study for Marilyn, 2009

  • FRANS MASEREEL

  • ANDRE MASSON

  • Norman Mooney

  • HENRY MOORE

  • MAURO PERUCCHETTI

  • ANSELM REYLE

  • HERB RITTS

  • Georges Rousse

    Biography : Living the world with a camera When he was 9 years old, Georges Rousse received the legendary Kodak Brownie camera as a Christmas gift. Since then, the camera has never left his side. While attending medical school in Nice, he decided to study professional photography and printing techniques, then opened his own studio dedicated to architectural photography. Soon, his passion for the medium led to devote himself entirely to photography, following in the footsteps of such great American masters as Steichen, Stieglitz and Ansel Adams. After he discovered Land Art and Malevich's Black Square against a white field, Georges Rousse altered his relationship to photography, inventing a unique approach that shifted the relationship of painting to space. He began making installations in the types of abandoned or derelict buildings that have long held an attraction for him--creating ephemeral, one-of-a-kind artworks by transforming these sites into pictorial spaces that are visible only in his photographs. From the early 1980s on, Georges Rousse has chosen to show his photographs on a large scale, so that his viewers participate in the work and experience the sense of space in a compelling way. Collapsing the usual restrictions between artistic mediums, his unique body of work quickly made its mark on the contemporary art world. Since his first exhibition in Paris, at the Galerie de France in 1981, Georges Rousse has continued creating his installations and showing his photographs around the world, in Europe, in Asia (Japan, Korea, China, Nepal.), in the United States, in Quebec and in Latin America. He has participated in numerous biennials (Paris, Venice, Sydney) and received many prestigious awards: 1983: Villa Medicis hors les murs, New York 1985 -1987: Villa Medicis, Rome 1988: International Center of Photography Award, New York 1989: Salon de Montrouge Drawing Prize 1992: Romain Roland Fellowship, Calcutta 1993: National Grand Prix of Photography 2008: Succeeded Sol LeW

  • GINO SEVERINI

  • Frank Stella  (+)

  • TOM WESSELMANN  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • TOM WESSELMANN - Bedroom Face with Blowing Curtain (Blonde) Bedroom Face with Blowing Curtain (Blonde)

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  • ANGEL ZARRAGA