Artists

Every artist we feature in our gallery exudes mastery of technique, skill and innovation, and significantly influenced the evolution of art.

  • Salvador Dali
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  • Pablo Picasso
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  • Harmensz van Rijn Rembrandt
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  • Alexandre Renoir
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  • Joan Miró
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  • Marc Chagall
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  • Henri Matisse
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  • Claude Lacaze
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  • Narcisse Virgilio Díaz de la Peña
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  • Jules Breton
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  • Alexander Calder
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  • Marc Chagall
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  • Jean Ferdinand Chaigneau
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  • Luigi Chialiva
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  • Thérèse Marthe Françoise Cotard-Dupre
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  • Jules Dupre
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  • Henri Fantin-Latour
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  • Otto Frölicher
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  • Henri Joseph Harpignies
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  • Karl Heffner
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  • Charles Émile Jacque
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  • Georges Michel
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  • Jean-François Millet
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  • Jules Alexis Muenier
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  • Léon Richet
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  • Amédée Rosier
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  • Constant Troyon
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  • Jules-Jacques Veyrassat
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More About Our Artists

Our curatorial team is internationally known for its authority on fine art of the 17th century to the 20th century. We take great care in obtaining, restoring, and framing the paintings, drawings, and prints that you’ll find in our exhibitions throughout the year. With more than 40 years of dealer experience, we’re committed to upholding the highest level of ethics while presenting the masterworks of the most influential artists. Our artists range from the 17th century painter, Harmensz van Rijn Rembrandt, recognized for his mastery of skill and diverse subject matter, to contemporary artist, Alexandre Renoir, whose blend of vibrant colors and an impressionist style awe admirers. Each of our artists was selected for our gallery collection because of their technique, skill and innovation, as well as their influence on the evolution of art. We offer some of the most sought-after works of our artists’ lifetimes, providing our clients with the opportunity to acquire museum-quality artwork for their personal collection.

Our Curatorial Process

Each gallery collection emphasizes pieces in the upper 25% of the artist’s lifetime of work. During the in-house curatorial process, we focus on rarity, historical importance, groundbreaking innovations, demand, ultimate saleability, potential appreciation, and artistic insight. Our Director of Acquisition will flag announcements from dealers and auctions and bring our founder, Michael Schwartz, into the decision-making process. Together, they narrow down the selection based upon a particular artist or theme with upcoming art exhibitions in mind. We go through extensive research on each piece and catalog each collection, adding a Galerie Michael Certificate of Authenticity. As a collector and attendee of a Galerie Michael fine art exhibition, you’ll encounter museum-quality classical and contemporary collections and a team of fine art connoisseurs, ready to give you a great client experience. Get a more in-depth peek at our processes here.

Visit Our Gallery

To learn more about our master artists, you can visit our art gallery in Beverly Hills. Our art consultants and fine art scholars can further educate you on each artist and the significance of their paintings, prints, and drawings. Our philosophy is to foster art collection through education. We strive to provide all of our visitors with the most in-depth knowledge about each artist and piece in our gallery so that you can become an expert yourself. You will be able to fully appreciate the exceptional skill mastered in each piece when you view these works in person. You can also see our extensive Rembrandt Gallery and Picasso Gallery. Our art connoisseurs will assist you in finding the ideal work for your collection, and assist you in the acquisition process. As experts in 17th to 20th century artists, we can help you create your own collection of works from the most significant masters in art history.

Building museum-quality collections, one work at a time.