The Galerie St. Etienne, founded in 1939 by Otto Kallir (1894-1978), specializes in Austrian and German Expressionism, as well as American and European self-taught artists. It has represented Anna Mary Robertson (“Grandma”) Moses since her first exhibition in 1940.
Although the gallery closed its exhibition space at the end of 2020, we still represent Sue Coe and Grandma Moses. We also maintain an inventory of works by such Austrian and German artists as Max Beckmann, Lovis Corinth, Otto Dix, George Grosz, Erich Heckel, E.L. Kirchner, Gustav Klimt, Alfred Kubin, Oskar Kokoschka, Käthe Kollwitz, Emil Nolde, Egon Schiele and others. Available self-taught artists include Ilija Bosilj-Basicevic, Henry Darger, Morris Hirshfield, John Kane, Grandma Moses and Josef Karl Rädler. Additionally, we stock a limited number of works by Leonard Baskin. Selections from our inventory are featured in rotating online sales. Inquiries are encouraged.
The Galerie St. Etienne’s library, archives and scholarly activities have been taken over by the Kallir Research Institute, a non-profit foundation established in 2017.