Hawthorne Fine Art, LLC offers a selective inventory of 19th and early 20th century American paintings chosen for their exceptional quality, beauty and rarity. Our paintings are priced competitively and curated with strong academic scholarship. We furnish every client with insight into a work's value, illuminating its place within the artist's body of work, and more broadly, the artist's place in the market and history of American art. Ultimately, we are dedicated to building excellent private and institutional collections and to finding beautiful paintings that bring inspiration to our clients.

We provide conscientious advisory services, helping our clients refine their collecting aims. We also provide appraisal services and expertly advise on matters of provenance, dating, condition, authenticity and proper framing.

It is our desire to honor the hard work of the artists we represent in the keenness and dedication with which we handle their production. With a commitment to research, scholarship and education, Hawthorne has mounted museum-quality exhibitions and produced scholarly catalogues which include:

THE LIGHT LIES SOFTLY: The Impressionist Art of Clark Greenwood Voorhees (1871-1933)
A HANDFUL OF HARTS The Cabinet Landscapes of William Hart (1823-1894)
LIFE IN THE OPEN AIR American Artists Explore the White Mountains (1840-1910)
A PERFECT SOLITUDE The Art of Walter Launt Palmer (1854–1932)
BROUGHT TO LIGHT: Gustave Wolff (1863–1935) Brilliant American Impressionist Rediscovered

Situated amidst New York's major museums, Hawthorne Fine Art offers an intimate setting to view American paintings among period furnishings and with a dedicated and helpful staff. We look forward to sharing with you our commitment to the exchange and development of fine American Art.

To view the artists we represent, please visit our Artists Page.

Jennifer Krieger has gained recognition as a successful dealer and academic scholar in the field of American art. She graduated with honors from Vassar College with a focus in American Art History, as well as degrees in Economics and French Literature. She was nominated for the Robert C. Vose Scholarship in American art. In addition to assisting in the formation of, and creating research for, numerous outstanding American painting collections, she has also written scholarly articles for the American Art Review and the Catalogue of Antiques and Fine Art. Chosen for her outstanding experience and research on 19th century women artists, Jennifer served as the co-curator of the 2010 exhibition Remember the Ladies: Women of the Hudson River School at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, the first ever exhibition solely dedicated to the work of female Hudson River School artists. She is also a member of the Appraisers Association of America. Most of all, she welcomes the opportunity to share with you her passion for and specialized knowledge of this magnificent period of art.

Antonia Pocock graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Chicago in 2007, with degrees in Art History and Visual Arts. Her thesis on the subject of postwar figurative painting was awarded the Robert and Joan Feitler Prize. In Chicago, she held internships at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Roger Brown Study Institute, and the David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, and also worked for Packer-Schopf Gallery. She is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Art History as a Panofsky fellow at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts.

Caroline Gillaspie earned her BA from Mount Holyoke College in 2008 with double majors in Art History and History. She wrote her senior independent study on the color theories and creative process of nineteenth century American landscape painter, Thomas Cole, and has led guided tours of the Thomas Cole National Historic Site in Catskill, NY, since 2007. Since college, she has worked for Gary Bruder Fine Art and the Brooklyn Museum's American art department; and has completed internships at the College Art Association, Brooklyn Museum, and the New-York Historical Society. Caroline is currently a PhD student in Art History at the CUNY Graduate Center in Manhattan.

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