Attributed to Lodewijk Toeput, known as il Pozzoserrato (c.1540-c.1604) King Nimrod Overseeing the Building of the Tower of Babel, c. 1580 Oil on canvas 73.5 x 86 inches 86 x 98 inches framed Provenance: Private Collection, Carmel, CA Lodewijk Toeput, called il Pozzoserrato ( c. 1540/1550 – between 1603 and 1605) was a Flemish landscape painter ...
Peyton Wright Gallery and Peyton Wright Publishing are pleased to announce that its inaugural publication, Maya Ruins Revisited: In the Footsteps of Teobert Maler by William Frej, has been named a winner in the 22nd annual Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards. The book won a gold medal as Best Photography Book of the ...
 Please enjoy this virtual walkthrough of our October, 2020 exhibition featuring photographs by William Frej.
Peyton Wright Gallery is pleased to announce the publication and forthcoming release of William Frej’s book, Maya Ruins Revisited: In the Footsteps of Teobert Maler in October 2020. This fine art photography book on Maya ruins and an early Maya explorer and photographer, Teobert Maler, will be published by Peyton Wright Publishing, and distributed by ...
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Please enjoy this virtual walk-through of the historic rooms in the gallery’s current installation. Also be sure to check out the modern rooms here
Video walk-through of the gallery’s current installation: the 27th Annual Art of Devotion: Historic Art of the Americas exhibition
Francesco Gessi was one of the most talented disciples of Guido Reni (1575– 1642), with whom he collaborated in Rome, Ravenna, Mantua, and Naples. One of the most telling examples of this collaboration is the main altarpiece of San Salvatore, Bologna, representing the Savior and executed by Gessi in 1620 after a drawing by Guido. ...
Historic Selection of the Week: Lion Head Isfahan, Persia Lion Head c. 1870 Repoussé silver with patina 8.25 x 5.5 x 9 inches This extraordinary and unique object appears to have no direct parallels. It seems to be modeled upon previous ancient artifacts, including Achaemenid rhyta (Persian drinking vessels), Neo-Assyrian lion sculptures, and  architectural ornamental ...
Ixtlan del Rio        Ball Player 100 BCE – 250 CE Earthenware with pigments 11 x 8.5 x 4.5 inches Provenance Private collection, Pennsylvania The Aztecs called it ollamaliztli, to the Maya, it was pitz.  The Spanish conquerors called it juego de pelota. The Mesoamerican ballgame, in various forms, dates back to at ...