hello Guido Reni, attr. (1575-1642)Madonna che allatta il Bambino (Nursing Madonna and Child with an Angel) c. 1609 Oil on canvas22 x 25 inches31 x 34.4 inches framedProvenance:Private collection, NJPrivate collection, Stamford, CTPrivate collection, Washington, DC Some time in 1702, Pope Clement XI asked the painter Giuseppe Ghezzi to organize an exhibition of select paintings in the galleries ...
Bill and Anne Frej’s most recent book, “Travels Across the Roof of the World: A Himalayan Memoir”  has earned the silver award  for the Travel Book (other than guidebook) category in this year’s Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Competition. The Society of American Travel Writers (SATW) Foundation sponsors the annual Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Competition to ...
Pedro Antonio Fresquís (1749-1831) San José con Niño, c. 1800  Wood, gesso, natural pigments 33.5 x 11 x 6.5 inches Pedro Antonio Fresquís, a santero believed to be of Flemish decent, was born at Santa Cruz parish on October 29, 1749. He married Maria Dolores Vigil in the 1760s and they had 5 children: Mariana ...
St. Francis of Assisi (ca. 1800) Pedro Antonio Fresquís (1749 – 1831) 14.5 x 5.5 x 3.5 inches wood, natural pigments/polychrome Pedro Antonio Fresquís, a santero believed to be of Flemish decent, was born at Santa Cruz parish on October 29, 1749. He married Maria Dolores Vigil in the 1760s and they had 5 children: ...
José Camarón y Bonanat (1731-1803) The Trinity,  ca. 1750 Oil on wood    11 x 7 inches;  27 x 21 inches framed Provenance: Elizabeth Boeckman, Santa Fe, New Mexico José Camarón Bonanat (18 May 1731, Segorbe – 14 July 1803, Valencia) was a Spanish draftsman, painter and engraver and is considered one of the most important Valencian artists ...
Laguna Santero (1776-1815) La Virgen Dolorosa,  ca. 1790’s wood, gesso, natural pigments 38.25  x 19 inches Provenance: Private collection, Denver, CO hello W.S. Stallings named the Laguna Santero   for the large altar screens painted by an anonymous Santero in the churches at Laguna and Acoma pueblos. These screens are the two most significant examples ...
The award -winning photogapher Bill Frej and his wife launch a new show with us today, celebrating the launch of William and Anne Frej’s new book, Travels Across the Roof of the World: A Himalayan Memoir. The Frejs will also give a talk on their work at the gallery on Saturday, October 8 from 1-3 ...
José Benito Ortega(1858 -1941) Cristo, ca. 1880 wood, gesso, cloth, pigment83  x 43  x 11 inches Provenance:Guadelupita Morada, Mora County, NM José Benito Ortega, the last of the late 19th-century santeros, traveled throughout northern New Mexico and southern Colorado making santos for small chapels, meeting houses, village homes, and for Penitentes (members of a religious brotherhood) from ...
William Frej’s most recent book, Seasons of Ceremonies: Rites and Rituals in Guatemala and Mexico, continues to win a number of awards, including the recently announced Gold Medal Best Photography book for 2021 from Foreword Indies/Foreword Reviews. The book also just received two wins from the Moscow International Foto Awards competition in its book division: a Gold ...
This fall, Peyton Wright Gallery is pleased to announce a book signing and exhibition to celebrate the launch of William Frej’s new book, Travels across the Roof of the World: A Himalayan Memoir. The award – winning photographer’s new book provides a sweeping yet intimate view of the breathtaking peaks, splendid valleys, and extraordinary people of ...