Emanuel Leutze's WASHINGTON CROSSING THE DELAWARE is acquired by the Minnesota Marine Art Museum in Winona, MN after being on view by loan in the White House in Washington, DC for decades. A larger version of the painting is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.



Robert S. Duncanson’s STILL LIFE WITH FRUIT AND NUTS is acquired by the National Gallery of Art.


Private and public collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art; the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art; the Greenville County Museum of Art and the Arkansas Art Center acquire works by Chuck Close, Marylyn Dintenfass, Andy Warhol, Howard Hodgkin and Margaret Bowland, among others.


Gallery sells distinguished collection of more than 100 works to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.


Gallery sells Marsden Hartley’s YLIASTER to Smithsonian American Art Museum.


Gallery sells Marsden Hartley’s MT. KATAHDIN, MAINE to National Gallery of Art. Over the past few decades, approximately 70 museums have acquired Hartleys through the Gallery.


Gallery contracts representation of the Estate of Thomas Eakins, places SIGNORA GOMEZ D’ARZA in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.


E.C. Babcock and Carmine Dalesio create an international sensation by rediscovering in Scotland Gilbert Stuart's famous, but missing portrait of Thomas Jefferson. The painting is jointly acquired by The National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC, and Monticello, Charlottesville, Virginia. 


Gallery sells Winslow Homer's THE GALE to the Worcester Art museum for a then record price of $30,000


Gallery holds George Inness exhibition featuring PEACE AND PLENTY, now at the Metropolitan Museum of Art