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Modern and contemporary artworks from 1930 to present.


Summer Evening

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Stanley William Hayter

Undisputedly one of the most influential artists of the 20th century, Stanley William Hayter worked in America, France, and Ireland throughout his career. His workshops in New York & Paris were the nexus of new thinking and practices in making work. They were populated by an international mixture of artists. Throughout his life, Hayter painted every day, constantly adding to ways to make a painting - just as he revolutionized printmaking. His work in all media is groundbreaking, rooted in science and visual experimentation. His significance is extraordinary.
Summer Evening is a late, powerful work on canvas. It was included in Hayter's 1986 exhibition at Jean Claude Reidel Gallery in Paris and is illustrated in the exhibition catalog and noted on the exhibition checklist in same catalog.


Peter Brooke

Prairie Cairn

Michael Canning

Drawing I

Elizabeth Catlett

Standing Strong

Rachel Selekman

Scalloped Jewelled Wreath

Cheryl Warrick

Trace Elements

Donald Teskey

Tidal Rocks

Alice Trumbull Mason

Deep Sound

Frank (Franz) Bacher

Untitled IV

Fred Becker

Composition 1950

Judith Rothschild

Greenwich Village

Sue Fuller

The Prancing Star

Dox Thrash

Sanctifying Their Souls


Dolan/Maxwell specializes in fine prints and works on paper by artists from the 1930s to the present. Their works are presented seriously and in depth with emphasis on Modernist works from the WPA era, Europe and Atelier 17, the New York School, art by African Americans as well as International Contemporary artists. We work closely with the artists and the estates of artists we represent. We augment these works with carefully chosen sculptures and paintings on canvas or panel by artists whose work complements our core expertise and are of particular interest to us. As a founding member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) we have notable expertise in works on paper in all media.
Dolan/Maxwell was founded in 1984 by Margo Dolan and Peter Maxwell when they opened a major gallery at 1701 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. They opened and operated a second location at 154 Wooster Street, New York from 1988 to late 1990. Both spaces were designed by Peter Maxwell. Ron Rumford joined the staff in 1985 and became director 1990. In 1991 the three principals decided to create a private gallery, open by appointment. This change gave us the freedom to expand our participation in national and international art fairs. Today, we exhibit in several art fairs each year and continually meet with those who visit to see work in the carriage house in Philadelphia. The carriage house is a distinctive architectural experience and was designed by Peter Maxwell as well.