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Jim's of Lambertville
6 Bridge Street
Lambertville, New Jersey 08530
Phone: 609.397.7700
Fax: 609.397.7722
Email: jimsoflambertville@comcast.net
Web: www.artnet.com/jimsoflambertville.html
Hours: Wed-Fri: 10:30am-5pm; Sat-Sun: 10:30am-6pm
Specializing in Pennsylvania Impressionist paintings with emphasis on the New Hope School.


THE THRILLA IN LAMBERTVILLA XVI
Pennsylvania Impressionist and Modernist Painting Show & Sale
Opening Saturday, October 7th at 6:00 PM
On exhibition through December 31, 2006



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Pennsylvania Impressionist Paintings Currently in our Inventory.
Daniel Garber, Edward Redfield, Robert Spencer, Fern Coppedge, John Folinsbee, Henry Snell, Frederick Harer, Bernard Badura, John Sharp, Hobson Pittman, G.W. Sotter, J.H. Weygandt, Henry Gasser, Morgan Colt, Kenneth Nunamaker, Clarence Johnson, Charles Hargens, Wm. Lathrop, A.P. Martino, Walter E. Baum, Alice K. Stoddard, John F. Carlson, M.G. Carlson, John Grabach, Giovanni Martino, Leith-Ross, R. P. Hoffman, Ram-Ston-Ev, Charles Ramsey, Alfred Nunamaker, Adolf Konrad, Wm. Francis Taylor, J.W. James, Louis Stone, R.A.D. Miller, S. George Phillips, M. Elizabeth Price, Arthur Meltzer, P. Van Roekens, B.J.O. Nordfeldt, Jean Halter, Emma F. MacRae, Harry Horn, N.M. Ferguson, Charles Rosen, R.S. Bredin, F.R. Whiteside, Carol Sirak, Joseph Meierhans, Joseph Zenk, Lloyd Ney, Fred Wagner, Harry Rosin, John Berninger, Joseph T. Pearson, T. Manley, Richard Wedderspoon, Martha Walter, Lee Gatch, Louis Bosa, Mary Hood, John Foster, also in our inventory are works by the "New Hope Modernist" and "Philadelphia Ten" Painters.



Jim's of Lambertville is a 7,000 sq. ft. Mega-Gallery specializing in Pennsylvania Impressionist and Modernist paintings as well as 18th, 19th and 20th c. American and European art, quality antiques and estate jewelry. There is also a section in the new gallery devoted to fine period frames and Jim's own line of high quality custom framing for the New Hope School paintings. After a major interior refit; the gallery adorns the new space with the nationally famous Pennsylvania Impressionist & Modernist paintings. Included is over 250 works by such local greats as: Redfield, Garber, Coppedge, Folinsbee, Leith-Ross, Nunamaker, Sotter, Lathrop, Meltzer, M.E. Price, Martha Walter and many more. There is also a New Collector's Wall with over 50 works ranging from $500-$5,000 by these artists.

Jim hosts "The Thrilla in Lambertvilla" show and sale twice a year introducing the galleries recent acquisitions. For these Thrilla shows, there is no pre-selling or previewing. It is first come, first serve, giving all collectors a level playing field. There is no other place in the country for a collector to see as vast a collection of Pennsylvania Impressionist & Modernist paintings offered for sale at one time. Jim Alterman, the gallery's owner, has been a long time collector of this art and sees the passion of fellow collectors with a familiar understanding.

We encourage all who are into the Pennsylvania Impressionist and Modernist paintings to make a trip to Lambertville to visit our gallery. We as well as many other nearby galleries are open Wednesday-Sunday and are situated in view of the Delaware river and neighboring New Hope.

There is something for everyone at Jim's of Lambertville. We have a works on paper section in the main gallery where unframed watercolors, drawings, etchings, engravings, woodblock, and lithos are displayed in easy to view racks ranging in price from less than $100 and upwards.

Our town has several fine hotels and many great restaurants. Only an hour and a half's drive from N.Y.C., Lambertville is the perfect weekend getaway.


Harry Leith-Ross  American  1886 - 1973
"Old Barns in Snow", c. 1914
Oil on Canvas, 16 x 20 inches, sight
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