Marguerite Zorach and the Park Avenue Cubists

Marguerite Zorach, Flowers and Shells II, 1956, Hawthorne Fine Art, New York City. When we discuss women artists, it is crucial to remember that their careers were often defined by limited access to education and proper means for exhibition. In the case of Marguerite Zorach, who was born in Santa Rosa, California in 1887, the artist was… Continue reading Marguerite Zorach and the Park Avenue Cubists

The Sentimental South in American Painting of the 1920s

The 1920s, celebrated as the ‘Roaring Twenties,’ continue live in the American imagination as an iconic and indulgent era that critics self-consciously commented on prior to its conclusion. Accordingly, “even before the end of the 1920s historians had begun to write the history of the decade and to offer characterizations that have lingered ever since,”… Continue reading The Sentimental South in American Painting of the 1920s

An Interview with Jennifer Krieger

We’re excited to announce that an interview with Jennifer Krieger, Managing Partner of Hawthorne Fine Art, was featured on the blog of Leslie Rankow Fine Arts Ltd, a New York-based art advisory firm specializing in contemporary, modern, and American art. This interview touches on the origins of Hawthorne Fine Art, the gallery’s recent expansion to an… Continue reading An Interview with Jennifer Krieger