Caldwell Gallery Hudson

PHONE: (518) 828-7087
ADDRESS: 355 Warren Street, Hudson NY 12534
Website: www.caldwellgalleryhudson.com 

Established in 1973 as private art dealers, The Caldwell Gallery has built a reputation as a firm capable of delivering the highest quality fine art, at any budget level, for both beginning and seasoned collectors. Our passion for bringing extraordinary artworks into the lives of our clients is achieved with the highest level of expertise and discretion. Our firm’s success can be seen on the walls of private homes, museums, and corporations throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe.

Mon: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Fri - Sat: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sun: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Byron Browne
On the Beach (1959)
Oil on canvas, 20" x 26"

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Two New Exhibits at Caldwell Gallery Hudson


Caldwell Gallery Hudson's Spring schedule launches this weekend with two exhibitions. Our first floor gallery features Modern Choices – Choice Modern and includes new works by Lloyd Ney, John Corbino, Aaron Bohrod, Charles Biederman, Rudolf Hoflehner, Jacob El Hanani, Jimmy Ernst, Kay Sage, Lester Johnson, and numerous others.
On our second floor gallery we're showing Land & Sea - with a selection of traditional artworks from 1860-1960. Works by William Aiken Walker, Hermann Herzog, Edward Potthast, Ogden Pleissner, William Wallace Gilchrist, Levi Wells Prentice, Edward Dufner, Frederick Carl Frieseke, Samuel Colman, and others.
Caldwell Gallery Hudson is located at 355 Warren Street in Hudson, NY. For more information visit: http://www.caldwellgalleryhudson.com/


New Exhibit at Caldwell Gallery Hudson


Caldwell Gallery Hudson opens “Plein Air Partners - Edith & Henry Prellwitz. Works from 1890-1940”. Edith Prellwitz and Henry Prellwitz were leading members of the Peconic Art Colony on the North Fork of Long Island. Both were trained at the Academie Julian and the Art Students League, and their Impressionist and Tonalist works capture the spirit of the varied subjects which inspired them. Exhibition runs through January 24th.

Caldwell Gallery Hudson is located at 355 Warren Street in Hudson, NY. For more information visit: http://www.caldwellgalleryhudson.com/exhibitions/plein-air-partners-edith-and-henry-prellwitz


Easton Pribble at Caldwell Gallery Hudson


Image: Catskills #3 (2001)

Caldwell Gallery Hudson, in association with the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute in Utica, NY, opens its Fall exhibition schedule with the first retrospective and sale of artist Easton Pribble’s bequest to the museum. The exhibition opens Saturday September 12 with a reception at 5pm. All are welcome. The show will run from September 12 through October 25, and will feature a lifetime of work by a beloved teacher and exceptional artist.

“Our gallery is honored to be working with an arts organization of the stature and mission of the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute to bring Easton Pribble’s extraordinary artistic legacy to the world,” notes gallery principal Joe Caldwell.

After launching a successful career in New York, exhibiting at such prestigious galleries as The Pinacotheca and The Charles Alan Gallery in the 1950’s, Pribble moved to Central New York in 1957 to teach painting and drawing at the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute School of art. His teaching career would span more than four decades, and this steady income afforded the artist the opportunity to pursue his own art in a highly personal manner. Pribble never stopped working, and struggling to reconcile the concerns he held as an artist. “My work has been eclectic because I love the contradictions in the world around me, and the richness of those experiences” Easton Pribble.


Image: Skyway Project (1959)

This exhibition and sale will feature more than 90 of the nearly 200 works which are available for purchase from the Easton Pribble bequest. Each work sold will benefit the museum’s art acquisition fund, which the artist generously stipulated in his bequest. This collection of Easton Pribble’s exceptional Modernist influenced artworks have never before been available for purchase.

Comprehensive digital catalogues of the collection will be available for viewing at CaldwellGalleryHudson.com. Located in the heart of Hudson’s bustling Warren Street, the gallery is open Thursday-Sunday and by appointment or chance.


Above: Sunset (1951)


Summer's Bounty exhibit at Caldwell Gallery Hudson


On View Through September 7, 2015 at Caldwell Gallery Hudson:

One year after opening our doors in Hudson, New York we're delighted to celebrate another Summer in this beautiful part of the country. Our second annual summertime show Summer's Bounty – Traditional & Modern Art (1875-1975) will run from July 24th - September 7th. The exhibition features paintings by Nell Blaine, Al Loving, Ogden Pleissner, Sally Michel, Nicholas Escalier, and many others. Whatever part of summer you enjoy the most – the sun on your back, the sand between your toes, a dip in a cool stream, or a day in the country gathering flowers – you're sure to find a slice of each at this new exhibition.

We hope you are enjoying the delights of the season and look forward to seeing you soon!
– Jay, Joe & Marcy Caldwell

View the exhibition online at: http://www.caldwellgalleryhudson.com/exhibitions/summers-bounty

The gallery is located at 355 Warren Street in Hudson, NY.



Spring Exhibit at Caldwell Gallery Hudson


To celebrate the arrival of spring, Caldwell Gallery Hudson has put together a selection of works that welcome this new season. Our show features landscape paintings by Paul Sample, Ogden Pleissner, and Allen Tucker as well as several abstract pieces which draw on a springtime palette from Lazzaro Donati, Jimmy Ernst, Rudolf Baranik, Paul Burlin, and others.

Starting this Friday our new spring hours will be Thursday – Saturday 11–6, Sunday 12–5 and Monday – Wednesday by chance or appointment. The gallery is located at 355 Warren Street, Hudson, NY. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Click here to see more of Spring – The Return of Color exhibition.


Paul Burlin, Composition


Allen Tucker, Cabin by the Lake

Top Image: Paul Sample, Spring Work Begins


Winter Exhibit at Caldwell Gallery Hudson


Now on exhibit at Caldwell Gallery Hudson, a Winter Exhibition of 35+ new works. Traditional, Modern, Oils, Works on Paper & Sculpture. The Gallery's winter hours are Friday, Saturday and Sunday from Noon to 5pm. Caldwell Gallery Hudson is located at 355 Warren Street in Hudson, NY. For more info, please visit: http://www.caldwellgalleryhudson.com/


Two new exhibitions at Caldwell Gallery Hudson

Caldwell Gallery Hudson is pleased to announce the opening of two new exhibitions Saturday, November 8, 2014 with a reception from 6 - 8 pm. All are welcome. Please stop by! Burkhardt Untitled (1949) by Hans Burkhardt

Upper Gallery:
4 x 6: Four Works by Six Artists

Our second floor gallery will feature modernist paintings by artists Hans Burkhardt, Ed Garman, Carl Holty, Gregorio Prestopino, John Von Wicht and Vaclav Vytlacil. All twenty-four artworks were done between the mid1930s – 1960s, and embody a rich array of American art during that period. Hide-n-seek Hide and Seek (c. 1869) by George Bernard O'Neill

Lower Gallery:
Traditions: American & European Art

Our first floor gallery will feature a classic selection of traditional art, with styles ranging from academic to impressionist by American and European artists. This exhibition includes pieces by George Bernard O'Neill, Marguerite Pearson, Emil Barbarini, Norton Bush, Theodore Butler, Levi Wells Prentice, Luigi Loir, Gertrude Magie, Frederik Kaemmerer and others.

Caldwell Gallery Hudson is located at 355 Warren Street in Hudson, NY. Gallery hours are Thursday-Saturday 11-6, Sunday 12-4, Monday 10-2, Tuesday & Wednesday by chance or appointment. For more information visit: www.caldwellgalleryhudson.com


New Exhibit at Caldwell Gallery Hudson


Caldwell Gallery Hudson's exhibition "Panorama - 250 Years of American Art" opens Friday, September 12. Both the lower and upper galleries will be filled with artworks both traditional and modern. Artist's featured include Grant Wood, Andrew Wyeth, Louise Nevelson, Richard E. Miller, Isabel Bishop, David Burliuk, George Hitchcock, John Koch, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, and Jane Peterson. The exhibition will run until Columbus Day, October 13.

Image: Russell Cowles (1887-1979)
Mountain Landscape, Springtime (c.1937)
Oil on wood panel, 24" x 30"