Many of you remember Lee Rubin, whose love of art led her to co-found the More-Rubin Gallery with Martje More. The gallery was initially called "Gallery Without Walls". It was located here in our city, specialized in regional art, and for two decades offered many exhibitions of artwork by leading contemporary artists. This Mid-Century home on Depew Avenue features her vast collection of local art, art objects and MCM furnishings. Original art by Seymour Drumlevitch, Louise Nevelson, Walter Prochownik, Martha Visser't Hooft, Harriet Greif, Victor Vasarely, Robert Motherwell and so many more well recognized artists. A large library is filled with art books, vintage art exhibit booklets, poetry and rare literature. Italian Iconic sling chair and marble tables, Paul McCobb Dining table, Arts and Crafts mission oak desk and chair, fabulous Kittinger bedroom set, local vintage fashion ads, art glass, silver, tribal masks, Danish Modern kitchenware, pottery, MCM lighting, designer clothing, stemware, china, architectural antiques and salvage, vintage hi fi, jazz LPs and computers, and so much more. This sale opens Thursday from 3 to 7PM and runs all weekend. Security is on the premises. Come to all four of our Western New York sales this week: http://ednalouise.com/sales And be sure to have the Edna Louise iPhone app!
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