Now On View
Abstraction: Women Represent
This exciting new show presents a selection of paintings, sculptures and works on paper by notable female artists from the last century. From Louise Nevelson and Irene Rice Pereira to Elizabeth Murray, Mimi Herbert, and Nancy Graves, the show looks at how a generation of women perceive their environment and represent their shared experiences on canvas, through shape and in form. These artists relate their extraordinary perspectives on the natural world. We invite you to explore what unites these works and the women who created them.
Bethesda Fine Art is an intimate space in downtown Bethesda that showcases the work of Washington Color School artists. During the 1960s, this group of abstractionists brought the attention of the art world to Washington, DC with their bold, often large-scale works. The gallery's extensive inventory allows for regular, carefully curated rotations of paintings, prints, drawings and sculptures by the best-known artists from DC, as well as major abstractionists working at the time.
We invite you to browse our diverse collection of artists and hope you find an exciting and dynamic mix—one that will appeal to both the established and the beginning collector. The gallery is always interested in purchasing important 20th century art. Please contact us with any art inquiries.