David Nolan Gallery in collaboration with Donald Ellis Gallery
Fort Marion and Beyond: Native American Ledger Drawings, 1865-1900
Donald Ellis Gallery is pleased to announce Fort Marion and Beyond: Native American Ledger Drawings, 1865-1900, a major survey of Plains pictographic art in collaboration with David Nolan Gallery.
Donald Ellis Gallery is widely considered the internationally pre-eminent dealer in the field of historical Native American art. Founded in 1976, the gallery maintains a particular emphasis on the art of the Northwest Coast, Inuit, and Plains cultures.
Donald Ellis Gallery is actively supporting Indigenous charities and cultural initiatives dedicated to the resurgence of Indigenous languages and culture in Canada and the USA. For more information please visit our website.
Founded in 1987 in SoHo, David Nolan Gallery specializes in modern and contemporary works by an array of international artists, from different generations and cultures, working in a variety of media. The gallery's mission is to showcase contemporary works on paper along with painting and sculptures by American and European artists, and to produce monographs alongside tightly curated historical exhibitions.