All prints are hand made by the artist. Each print is individually signed, numbered, varnished, and personally enhanced by Andre Kohn to assure its uniqueness.
Prints are only available on canvas and only in limited editions of 95.
"Rhapsody on the Theme of Vintage Bordeaux, No. 5" 30 x 30 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"Rhapsody on the Theme of Chinese Horseshoe and Chateau Margaux" 30 x 30 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"Rhapsody on the Theme of Classic Chinese Horseshoe Chair and 1986 Chateau Margaux" 36 x 36 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"Rhapsody on a Theme of Chinese Horseshoe Chair and Chaeau Margaux 1982" 40 x 40 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"Rhapsody on the theme of Chinese Horseshoe Chair and Vintage Bordeaux" 40 x 40 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"The Perfect 10" 18 x 36 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"En Vacances, Series #11" 24 x 11 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"Retail Theraphy" 36 x 12 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"Rhyme" 36 x 18 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"Adagio in G Minor" 36 x 36 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"Adiago" 36 x 36 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"The Day Off, Series #20" 60 x 20 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"With a Character" 48 x 24 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"Vintage Yves Saint Laurent" 36 x 12 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"Dancing in the Rain" 40 x 30 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"Vintage Chanel" 24 x 24 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"Pour la Vie" 30 x 30 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"Le Parapluie Jaune Pour Deux" 30 x 18 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"On the Theme of White" 36 x 15 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"Le Parapluie Jaune Pour Deux" 24 x 24 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"Les Parapluies de Cherbourg" 24 x 24 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"Stilettos, No. 12" 38 x 12 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"Stilettos" 38 x 12 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
"St. Mark's Square in October" 24 x 48 Limited Edition Embellished Giclee
Andre is accepting commissions now and has a three month delivery time. If you missed a piece or have an idea of a painting you would like for him to do for you, contact Mary Martin at 843-723-0303
Andre Kohn — One of the most talented and one of the most collected figurative painters on the American art scene is represented by the Mary Martin Gallery. Growing up near the Caspian Sea, Kohn's received a formal art education from the University of Moscow where he studied with members of the last great generation of Russian Impressionists. After moving to America in 1993, it took very little time for American art audiences and the media to discover the mature, fresh figurative painting style depicted by Kohn. Kohn remains a preeminent leader of Figurative Impressionism and seeks to capture the complexity as well as the simplicity and directness of the human form. “I'm seeking my own unique, poetic interpretation of the moment,” he says. “I'm striving to find the extraordinary in the ordinary.” Martin says she fell immediately in love with his work because "It somehow makes the world a beautiful place for me."
“I knew Andre Kohn’s work was for me when I first saw it. First, his work attracts me because it is incredibly beautiful. But, along with that, he is able to capture more than just that moment in time. An example of this would be in a new painting named “The Anniversary Surprise” and it depicts a man who has been shopping for a token of love for his wife on the celebration of their marriage. The bag he carries is a special color of blue. So, when I see this beautiful painting, I see the love that shows as he walks along the sidewalk with his little gift bag (looks like a Tiffany bag to me) on his way home. Then, I feel transported and find that I am looking at a lifetime of love in that painting. That is what makes a great artist. That is Andre Kohn.” Mary Martin
Andre was gifted with three things— family culture, an artistic environment and talent—which combined to produce one of the most collected figurative painters on the American art scene today. Raised by an artistically gifted family near the Caspian Sea in southern Russia, Andre Kohn’s childhood was marked by the natural splendor of mountains and sea, and by an unfettered access to all the creative arts. While always innovative in drawing and painting, Kohn’s professional art education began at age 15 when he was chosen to apprentice in the studios of Moscow’s most esteemed Impressionist and Social Realism artists. At that time, Impressionism in Russia was nearing the end of a harmonic and prolific century—a prodigious period in Russian art that literally changed the world. Kohn’s childhood and art education corresponded with an eruption of cultural progress in all the arts, including ballet, literature, music and painting. He was principally influenced by such artists as, Nicolai Fechin, Ilya Repin, Valentin Serov, and the classics: Edgar Degas , John Sargent, Joaquin Sorolla. Kohn remains a preeminent leader of Figurative Impressionism which seeks to capture the complexity as well as the simplicity and directness of the human form. “I’m seeking my own unique, poetic interpretation of the moment,” he says. “I’m striving to find the extraordinary in the ordinary.” Kohn travels the world for inspiration, periodically returning to France to continue his formal, classical studies. Kohn’s work is represented by premier galleries in the United States and he is a regular contributor to invitational exhibitions. Kohn is a frequent subject of highly regarded art publications, and his unique ability to communicate the expressiveness of the human form has kept him a mainstay of private, corporate and permanent museum collections worldwide.
This artist is in high demand. Our advice to the collector is that if you see an Andre Kohn piece that you love, make a decision. Waiting has produced quite a few unhappy people who have seen pieces move off the walls quickly and they have missed out of a painting or drawing that they really wish they had acquired. When this show arrives for our April opening, be attentive. It is not uncommon for pieces to sell before the actual show. We have sold work before it was even shipped to us. Please email or call us to add your name to be on an alert list for the pieces that are coming. If you are one who missed a painting, let's commission as soon as possible. Call us.
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