Debra Force Fine Art, Inc., established in 1999, specializes in American paintings, drawings and sculpture from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Located on New York’s Upper Eastside, the gallery offers exceptional works in a variety of price ranges with a focus on quality and research. We welcome new and mature collectors, as well as institutions, and offer our extensive knowledge and resources in developing collections, understanding the market, and acquiring the most suitable works of art.

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Debra Force Fine Art, Inc.
13 East 69th Street, Suite 4F
New York, NY 10021
212-734-3636
On Paper: Avery to Wyeth

  • Milton Avery, The Letter, 1957
    Milton Avery
    The Letter, 1957
    crayon and pencil on paper
    26 x 20
  • Charles Burchfield, Bee Hepaticas, circa 1962
    Charles Burchfield
    Bee Hepaticas, circa 1962
    watercolor, charcoal, and chalk on paper
    38 x 29
  • Charles Burchfield, November Plowing, 1928
    Charles Burchfield
    November Plowing, 1928
    watercolor on paper
    18 x 33
  • Werner Drewes, Untitled #211, 1975
    Werner Drewes
    Untitled #211, 1975
    collage
    5 x 8 3/8
    Courtesy of Demo Gallery
  • Werner Drewes, Untitled #645, 1984
    Werner Drewes
    Untitled #645, 1984
    collage
    6 1/4 x 6 3/8
    Courtesy of Demo Gallery
  • Grace Hartigan, Male Figure, circa 1952
    Grace Hartigan
    Male Figure, circa 1952
    brush and black ink and ink wash on paper
    14 x 11
  • Winslow Homer, Boys Fishing, circa 1873
    Winslow Homer
    Boys Fishing, circa 1873
    watercolor, gouache, and pencil on paper
    8 x 13 1/2
  • Winslow Homer, The Plowman, 1878
    Winslow Homer
    The Plowman, 1878
    watercolor and pencil on paper
    12 x 19 1/2
  • Winslow Homer, Sailboats at Gloucester, 1880
    Winslow Homer
    Sailboats at Gloucester, 1880
    watercolor and pencil on paper
    8 1/8 x 13 7/16
  • Wolf Kahn, Focused on the Undergrowth, 2003
    Wolf Kahn
    Focused on the Undergrowth, 2003
    pastel on paper
    14 x 22
  • George Luks, Road to the Water, circa 1925
    George Luks
    Road to the Water, circa 1925
    watercolor on paper
    15 x 19
  • Herman Maril, The Weirs, 1955
    Herman Maril
    The Weirs, 1955
    casein, watercolor, and pencil on paper
    18 7/8 x 24 1/4
  • Alfred Maurer, Flowers in a White Pitcher, 1926-1928
    Alfred Maurer
    Flowers in a White Pitcher, 1926-1928
    watercolor and gouache on paper
    22 7/8 x 18 1/8
  • Everett Shinn, The Yellow Dancer, 1911
    Everett Shinn
    The Yellow Dancer, 1911
    pastel on board
    14 3/8 x 19 1/2
  • Theodors Stamos, Infinity Field, Lefkada Series (Red and Purple), 1980
    Theodors Stamos
    Infinity Field, Lefkada Series (Red and Purple), 1980
    acrylic on paper
    30 ¼ x 22 ½
  • Esteban Vicente, Sketch for Tapestry, 1975
    Esteban Vicente
    Sketch for Tapestry, 1975
    paper collage on board
    16 ¼ x 16 ¼
  • Andrew Wyeth, March, 1951
    Andrew Wyeth
    March, 1951
    watercolor on paper
    21 x 29