We’ve showcased many items from Hemingway African Gallery (in Gallery #96) – especially their unique masks. Hemingway African Gallery is the most established wholesale importer of fine African art in the United States and is the largest art gallery in New York selling collectable antique and contemporary works from all over Africa. The gallery has been at the Manhattan Art and Antiques Center since 1975 when Brian Gaisford established the gallery with Dr. Gregory Hemingway, Ernest’s youngest son.
The collection features: Shona sculpture; ancient, colonial, and contemporary tribal sculpture; richly woven textiles; intricately carved ceremonial masks; antique silver and bronze jewelry; Maasai beadwork; Zulu baskets; and shields and other weaponry.
We’re excited and intrigued by their new arrivals and are sure you will be too!
Visit Hemingway African Gallery in Gallery #96 to see many more significant African art and antique items.
Or contact them at 212.838.3650 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Manhattan Art and Antique Center is located at 1050 2nd Avenue (at 56th Street) and we’re open to the public daily from 10:30AM to 6PM and Sunday noon – 6PM.