Eisele Gallery of Fine Art to Present Four Exhibitions with a Cincinnati Flavor

CINCINNATI – Eisele Gallery of Fine Art has pulled together a collection of over 750 original works of art with a common theme – the artists and/or subject matter that have strong ties to Cincinnati and the Northern Ohio region.

Gallery Owner Doug Eisele divided the collection into four major exhibitions that will be on display in the gallery and online until Jan. 15, 2010 (subject to prior sale). The four exhibitions are “Queen City Artists – Past and Present,” “Cincinnati Characters,” “Unlikely Confessions” and “Containment of Colors.”

“Queen City Artists – Past and Present” features fresh acquisitions of Cincinnati’s “Golden Age” painters and living artists whose works are in harmony with this earlier period. Included are works by Frank Duveneck, T. C. Lindsay, Edward H. Potthast, Dixie Selden, John Twachtman and John Hauser along with two dozen more. Many of these works were acquired from several private collectors, most of whom had acquired the works directly from the artists years ago.

Only a sampling of the works by Hasslhoff and Art will be displayed in the Gallery. Others will be displayed online on the Web site at www.EiseleFineArt.com. To contact the gallery, call 513-791-7717.


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