Harte International Galleries opens collectors to the exciting contemporary art world while also guiding them through the tradition of acquiring historical artworks. Sifting through the annals of history for the best artists and art works, the gallery has an inventory of original graphics and drawings by artists like Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Joan Miro, and even Rembrandt. In addition to artwork by these artists, the gallery also exclusively represents over a dozen carefully selected contemporary artists and estates. Below you will find information about some of the amazing artists of our time, but please visit our Masterworks page for additional information about our historical artworks.
Possibly one of the the 20th century’s great masters, Anthony Quinn’s unquestionable gifts as a performing artist may have unduly overshadowed his accomplishments in the visual arts. As a sculptor, painter, and graphic artist, Quinn created a diverse body of original works – from sculptures in Italian marble to graphics made using stone lithography. Although Quinn passed away a decade ago, his estate still holds a few artworks in its collection. Safeguarded and authenticated by his heirs, these works are periodically released to the public exclusively through the gallery.
The artwork of Anthony Quinn, direct from his estate and with estate authentication, is offered exclusively by Harte International Galleries and available at no other location in the world.
Creating art for himself and unfettered by convention, Anthony Hopkins has developed his own medium, style and artistic dynamic. Inspired by his travels, his dreams and his memories – his life pours out in bold strokes of color and imagery. These are the faces of so many people who dominate his thoughts. “Its all in the eyes,” he says as he describes he work. He creates his art with boldness seen in few artists and the results astound us.
Collect his serigraphs, his ink drawings or his dynamic acrylics on canvas, but you must own the work of this amazing artist.
Anthony Hopkins is represented by Harte International Galleries and can be found no where else in the world.
Although Mark Remling has been painting for over a decade, in a series of recent bold abstractions, he crystallized his artistic vision for the first time. An instant hit with the public, Reming’s new paintings are boldly executed on sleek aluminum surfaces. The smooth metallic backdrops set the stage for bold splashes of paint and dramatic patterns etched and ground onto the surface.
To learn more about the true “Living Metal Master” go to Remling’s website www.remlingart.com or or even better come to our gallery in Maui and see the real thing!
“Discovered” by Harte International Galleries after 30 years of dynamic work in glass and architecture, Tony Milici is destined to be the glass sculpture artist of the decade. Wanting only the finest groundbreaking glass work, Harte International tested hundreds of artists and found the magnificent sculpture of Tony Milici.
Milici’s decades of success in architectural installations are defined by his abstract and contemporary creations. He uses contrasting textures of polished, sculpted and faceted glass to bring forth a natural movement in form and dimension. With a background in architecture and lighting, Milici reveals, “Glass is the perfect canvas for light, it increases the emotional and visual impact of my work”. Tony Milici’s monumental public art has contributed to elevate works in glass to a new plateau. The versatility of his medium has allowed him to create unique glass sculptures for indoor and outdoor spaces.
Self taught and inspired by the Hawaiian Islands, Lori Higgins’s painting the Spirit of Aloha has been among the islands most recognizable images for nearly a decade. Recently, Lori rose to the challenge of taking her vision to three dimensional form. She created a limited edition bronze sculpture after months of practice, trial and error, and commitment to the project. Available exclusively through Harte International Galleries, Higgins’s unique original sculpture is now available to the public.
In the tradition of the great masters, Woodrow Nash’s consuming passion to elevate the human spirit takes the form of sculptures. He builds a sense of mystery and charisma into each work. Through his pieces, Nash achieves his goal of integrating expression, complex symbolism and sophisticated aesthetics to yield striking embodiments of the human soul and sensuality.
Born in the late 40′s in Akron, Ohio, Woodrow Nash is the product of sanctified churches, 1950′s television images, and black inner city neighborhood schools run by predominantly white middle-class educators. The young student immersed himself in art during an era when artists sought nothing less than old-fashioned honesty in their imagery. As a freelance artist, he painted murals for local institutions, and worked as an illustrator.
Born in Salisbury, Rhodesia, Craig Bone was trained as a Graphic Artist at The Natal University in South Africa. In 1973, Craig returned to Rhodesia to perform his National Service in the Rhodesian Light Infantry. During this time, he painted vivid scenes of combat and was totally immersed in the war. Craig was severely wounded by a mortar attack, which almost cost him his legs and his life. Subsequently, Craig turned to painting full time. After gaining recognition as an artist, Craig was honored when his painting, Earth, Wind and Fire, was hung in the Pentagon. An important work, it depicts the reality of the Vietnam War and honors the sacrifice of American soldiers.
Today, Craig dominates the art market as one of the most renowned African wildlife artists. Rendering Africa’s magnificent and awe inspiring wildlife, Craig paints large prowling cats in the jungle and herds of grazing elephants on the savannah.
Born and raised in Zimbabwe, Maxine grew up in the remote farming areas of the country’s heartland. This idyllic existence was cut short by the political turmoil that swept through her country. In her youth, Maxine studied with her sister, Lauren Bone, under the guidance of her father, the world renowned wildlife artist, Craig Bone. While continuing to nurture her inherited artistic gifts, Maxine showcases her love of wild animals in their natural environments in her paintings
Maxine’s remarkable paintings also bare whiteness to her endless love for traveling. While regularly visiting different parts of the world, she constantly photographs more cultures and wildlife for reference. Today, Maxine resides with her husband in North Carolina.
Born and raised in Zimbabwe, Lauren’s paintings capture the beauty of Africa’s most revered animals. Her works are greatly influenced by early memories in remote areas of her homeland. Taught by her father, the world-renowned artist Craig Bone, Lauren has developed an ultra realistic painting style.
Her breathtaking, photorealistic works have gained the press’s attention, and they were featured on the cover of Thalo magazine. During an interview by the magazine’s staff, Lauren recounted, “What I find the most difficult about creating realistic art is attention to detail; every object in the painting must be given the time and understanding it needs…”
A bad boy, Rascal was caught creating graffiti too many times, when a judge finally told him enough was enough and encouraged him to paint in earnest. Rascal responded with urban art, full of color and stories of his life. Each painting had meaning special to him and explained the joys of his life, his defeats in love lost and his life in the city.
Art that was unlike anyone else’s, his work began to sell from his New York City loft and the word spread among collectors and celebrities alike. Discovered by our team he now has collectors around the globe. He paints from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and his New York City loft.
Mascott began painting before she was nine years old and received awards by that age.
Painting was her life.
Though painting for years and years and caught up in the act of living, she never thought about releasing her finest work. She had worked with great artists around the world. Studying under the leadership of such notables as Lloyd Thorsten and Mickey McGuire, Quang Ho, Joseph Boehler she had developed a strong opinion of where her art belonged, but she was not ready to share. The great impressionist’s were the masters that finally brought her home, each one having a separate influence and marking a new adaptation to her style. The 19th century landscape artists Moran and Bierstadt along with the portrait artist John Singer Sergeant and then finally the genius of Monet and Renoir.
The art of Mascott is available exclusively through Harte International Galleries and can be found at no other gallery in the world.