Surovek Gallery

Palm Beach

United States

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About

In the gallery’s forty year history, many significant and important works of art have been either acquired, or placed with us for research and valuation. The acquisition and sale of American works of art is our foremost goal; it is what we love to do, and do well. America’s most distinguished collectors and museums have come to associate the Surovek Gallery with scholarship and experience.

"The Thief", 1996 - Jamie Wyeth

Jamie Wyeth "The Thief", 1996

“Towards the Truffula Trees”, 2018
 - Scott Kelley

Scott Kelley “Towards the Truffula Trees”, 2018

Title: “La Historia Me Absolvera”, 1999
Medium: 6 color hard-ground and soft-ground etching, aquatint, 
spit-bite aquatint, drypoint and roulette on Somerset satin paper
Image Size:  35 ¾ x 23 7/8 inches
Sheet Size: 44 x 30 ½  inches 
Edition of 50
Signed, dated and numbered: ‘AP 12’
 - Walton Ford

Walton Ford Title: “La Historia Me Absolvera”, 1999 Medium: 6 color hard-ground and soft-ground etching, aquatint, spit-bite aquatint, drypoint and roulette on Somerset satin paper Image Size: 35 ¾ x 23 7/8 inches Sheet Size: 44 x 30 ½ inches Edition of 50 Signed, dated and numbered: ‘AP 12’

"Portrait", 1986 - Roy Lichtenstein

Roy Lichtenstein "Portrait", 1986
Artist: Roy Lichtenstein (1923 – 1997)
Title: “Portrait”, 1986
Medium: Oil and magna on canvas
Size: 56 x 36 inches
Signed and dated on verso

Exhibiting Artists

  • Walton Ford  (+)

    Biography : Walton Ford (born 1960 in Larchmont, New York) is an American artist who makes paintings and prints in the style of naturalist illustrations, often depicting extinct species. Each of his paintings is a meticulous, realistic study in flora and fauna, and is filled with symbols, clues, and jokes referencing texts ranging from colonial literature, to folktales, to travel guides. The paintings are complex allegorical narratives that critique the history of colonialism, industrialism, politics, natural science, and humanity's effect on the environment.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Walton Ford - Title: “La Historia Me Absolvera”, 1999
Medium: 6 color hard-ground and soft-ground etching, aquatint, 
spit-bite aquatint, drypoint and roulette on Somerset satin paper
Image Size:  35 ¾ x 23 7/8 inches
Sheet Size: 44 x 30 ½  inches 
Edition of 50
Signed, dated and numbered: ‘AP 12’
Title: “La Historia Me Absolvera”, 1999 Medium: 6 color hard-ground and soft-ground etching, aquatint, spit-bite aquatint, drypoint and roulette on Somerset satin paper Image Size: 35 ¾ x 23 7/8 inches Sheet Size: 44 x 30 ½ inches Edition of 50 Signed, dated and numbered: ‘AP 12’

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  • Robert Indiana  (+)

    Biography : Although often having expressed reluctance in being so categorized, Robert Indiana's art greatly shaped the Pop art movement. While his hard-edge style and appropriation have much in common with his Pop peers, he transcended the classification. Through his use of non-art materials and the incorporation of words into his art, he has laid the foundation for many contemporary artists such as Glenn Ligon and Jenny Holzer, not only in their use of text and media, but in their activism as well. He provided an example of how to create work that was both deeply personal and universal, work with a clear message that could also be open to interpretation, work that spoke of its own time and reflected on contemporary events, but also carried a message to future generations.

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  • Scott Kelley  (+)

    Biography : Scott Kelley was born in Binghamton, New York in 1963. He studied at The Cooper Union School of Art, New York; The Slade School of Art, London; and was a fellow at The Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. He had his first solo exhibition at the age of eighteen with The American Realist Gallery in New York and has had over 15 solo exhibitions since then. Kelley’s work is in numerous public and private collections, including the Portland Museum of Art and the Portland Public Library. He was awarded a fellowship to the Edward Albee Foundation in 1993. He also received a grant from the National Science Foundation Antarctic Artists and Writers Program, which sent him to Palmer Station, Antarctica in 2003. Scott Kelley lives and works on Peaks Island, Maine, with his wife, Gail, their son, Abbott and their dog, Francis.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Scott Kelley - “Towards the Truffula Trees”, 2018
“Towards the Truffula Trees”, 2018

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  • Roy Lichtenstein  (+)

    Biography : Roy Lichtenstein was one of the most influential and innovative artists of the second half of the twentieth century. He is preeminently identified with Pop Art, a movement he helped originate, and his first fully achieved paintings were based on imagery from comic strips and advertisements and rendered in a style mimicking the crude printing processes of newspaper reproduction. These paintings reinvigorated the American art scene and altered the history of modern art. Lichtenstein’s success was matched by his focus and energy, and after his initial triumph in the early 1960's, he went on to create an oeuvre of more than 5,000 paintings, prints, drawings, sculptures, murals and other objects celebrated for their wit and invention.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Roy Lichtenstein - "Portrait", 1986 "Portrait", 1986

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  • Jamie Wyeth  (+)

    Biography : James Browning Wyeth is a contemporary American realist painter, son of Andrew Wyeth, and grandson of N.C. Wyeth. He was raised in Chadds Ford Township, Pennsylvania, and is artistic heir to the Brandywine School tradition - painters who worked in the rural Brandywine River area of Delaware and Pennsylvania, portraying its people, animals, and landscape.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Jamie Wyeth - "The Thief", 1996 "The Thief", 1996

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