Internationally Prominent Los Angeles Art Dealer Tobey C. Moss
The Power of Spring
engraving, ed. 200
17 1/2 x 14"
The Tobey C. Moss Gallery opened in 1978 with a modest showing of prints by John Sloan and Armin Hansen - from one coast of the United States to the other. As a member of the IFPDA/International Fine Print Dealers Association, our print inventory is extensive but we also offer drawings, watercolors, collages, paintings and sculptures. We favor American artists, particularly those active in California since the 1930s....through today. Abstraction is a special direction in the Gallery, in parallel with social criticism, kineticism, works by women artists and works by Mexican/Latin and African American artists. In addition, we offer occasional fine works by European, Asian and Early Master artists.
Betye Saar (b. 1926)
National Racism, 1998
silk screen, a/p VIII
20 1/2 x 14"
Jules Engle (1909-2003)
Fantasia: Dance of the Hours, Ostrich Ballerina (En Point - In Frame)
pencil on animation paper
6 7/8 x 8 1/8"
Many estates and media have been represented in the Gallery with current focus upon those of Jules Engel, Leonard Edmondson, Werner Drewes, Stanton Macdonald Wright, Clinton Adams, Nicholas P. (Nick) Brigante, Peter Krasnow and Gordon Wagner.
We also present works by Ruth Asawa, Mario Avati, Dorr Bothwell, Elizabeth Catlett, Lee Chesney, William Dole, Lorser Feitelson, Oskar Fischinger, Ynez Johnston, John Paul Jones, Matusumi (Mike) Kanemitsu, Basil Langton, Helen Lundeberg, George Herms, Leopoldo Mendez, Carlos Merida, Lee Mullican, Pablo O’Higgins, Arnoldo Pomodoro, Jose Guadalupe Posada, Jay Rivkin, Betye Saar, Palmer Schoppe, Peter Shire, Joyce Treiman, Howard Warshaw, June Wayne, Emerson Woelffer, Tyrus Wong and many others.
The gallery’s affiliations include:
Member, ADAC (Art Dealers Association of California); Member, IFPDA (International Fine Print Dealers Association); and CINOA (International Confederation of Art and Antique Dealers Associations), ArtTable.
George Herms (b. 1935)
92 Ore Assemblage, 1991
26 x 20 x 11 1/2"
Leonard Edmondson 1916 - 2002
State of Patterns, c. 1951
gouache and India Ink
18 x 28"
In 1999 Robert took over the Washington International Print Fair which had been running continuously for 29 years. The fair is still held in Arlington, VA but Robert renamed it to the Capital Art Fair and in 2015 the fair will be 35 years in operation. In 2007 the Shop purchased The Old Print Gallery in Washington, DC. The gallery is located in historic Georgetown just off M Street. In the Washington gallery there is a fine selection of American art between 1750 and 1950, contemporary printmakers, as well as a selection of antique maps.
Certainly this family has long been a major influence in acquiring and selling fine prints and works on paper. Works of art enrich our lives and the Newmans have certainly done that.