Welcome

  • We offer the best in distinctive European, American & Asian fine art, working with all levels of art collectors, corporate clients and decorators. Artists are selected based on reputation, credentials, style, distinctions. Styles include impressionistic, realistic, abstract & modern. Your hosts are Ken & Pat Warren. Call us at 203-226-6934.

Directions & Hours

  • Westport River Gallery in Westport CT, is 30 minutes from NYC, located along the Saugatuck River at the junction of the Post Rd. (Rt 1) & Riverside Ave. (Rt 33). We are 2 easy miles from both the CT Turnpike (I-95) and the Merritt (Rte 15). Both intersect with Rt 33. Hours: Wed-Fri 11-2; Sat 11-5; Sun noon-4, or by appointment. One Riverside Ave., Westport, CT USA 06880. 203-226-6934.

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Special Services

  • EVENTS: Rent a unique location for your corporate or personal event. We can also assist with music & catering. Visit the right side link "Rent The Gallery" for more information.

    DESIGNERS: We can make special arrangements for your clients.

    CORPORATIONS: Full range of paintings to decorate your offices.

    COMMISSIONS: Many of our artists accept commissions, base non your interests.

    ARTIST SUBMISSIONS: We consider the artists' credentials, experience, distinctions. Send us a CD with samples of your work, and your resume. Our sister firm can provide artists with simple websites.

Country Art

Ukrainian born G'Ma's Painting to Mrs. Roosevelt

Liza IMG_2687Liza was born in Nova Kraruka, Ukraine, and had six children with her husband before immigrating to the U.S. in 1905. One of those children was Arthur who along with his wife Anne went on to become important art collectors based in NYC. Another was with Mostly Mozart for many years, and his wife with the famous Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance studio. Liza began painting very late in life at 75 relieve the pains of arthritis in her fingers. Her use of bright colors and playful pastoral imagery garnered her many fans, including the owners of Gallery Sixty Two in NYC, where she had an exhibition in the early 1950s. Liza died in 1955 just shortly after a major highlight in her painting career; the opportunity to present former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt (seen at left with the artist) one of her originals in person at the U.N. Glass prints from originals are exclusively available at the Westport River Gallery.


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