William Secord Gallery

Gallery in The Upper East Side area

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The William Secord Gallery specializes in exhibitions and sale of the fine nineteenth and twentieth century dog and animal paintings. The only gallery of its kind in North America, it was established by William Secord in 1990. Since then, it has become a popular destination for those interested in original dog paintings, works on paper, sculptures and books of dogs.
William Secord is the world authority on the nineteenth century dog painting. He is the first author to explore the representation of the dog from its origins to the remarkable paintings of the eighteenth /nineteenth century and up to modern times.

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Permanent Artists/Collection

Richard Ansdell, R. Ward Binks, Thomas Blinks, Rosa Bonheur, Lilian Cheviot, Alfred de Dreux, Bernard de Gempt, Alfred Duke, George Earl, Maud Earl, Thomas Earl, John Emms, John E. Ferneley, Edwin Holt, George Henry Horlow, Mabel Hollams, Edwin Landseer, Michael Lyne, Edwin Megargee, Sir Alfred Munnings, Gustav Muss-Arnolt, Edmund Osthaus, Jean Baptiste Oudry, Frank Paton, Eugene Petit, Charles Olivier de Penne, Alexander Pope, Percival Rosseau, Henrietta Ronner-Knip, Gourlay Steell, Edmond van der Meulen, Arthur Wardle, Cecil Aldin, Bert Cobb, Gladys Emerson Cook, Lucy Dawson, Morgan Dennis, Herbert Dicksee and Marguerite Kirmse, Richard Fath, P.J. Mene, Liza Todd-Tivey

Opening hours

From 10:00 to 17:00
Closed on Sundays
Note:Also by appointment.




Address: 52 E 76th St., New York, NY 10021
Phone: 212-249-0075 Fax: 212-288-1938

Between Madison Ave. and Park Ave. Subway: 6 to 77th Street

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