Established in Naples Florida since 1990, the Marianne Friedland
Gallery specializes in major works by modern and contemporary American
masters. The gallery is highly regarded internationally as a source
for important paintings, sculpture and works on paper. Clients include
private collectors, corporations and public institutions.
The gallery exhibits major artists including
Milton Avery, Wolf
Kahn, Al Held, Friedel Dzubas, Jules
Olitski, Hans Hofmann, Janet
Fish and Esteban Vicente.
American printmakers – Alex Katz, Larry Rivers, Donald Sultan,
James Rosenquist, Robert Rauschenberg, Jeff Koons, Richard Haas and
Jeanette Pasin Sloan, are among those regularly exhibited at the gallery.
Gallery owner, Marianne Friedland brings to Naples
30 years of experience in the art world. In addition to the Naples, Florida
gallery, Ms. Friedland operated a sister gallery in Toronto, Canada
for more than 25 years. A student of art history, with a degree in
economics, she has written art criticism and articles about business
trends. She has been actively involved with museum exhibitions and
is a former board member of the Professional Art Dealers Association
Morley Greenberg, Ph.D., joined the gallery as a director
in 1984. He previously was co-founder of a high-technology company
whose clients included financial, oil and telecommunications corporations.
A collector of long standing, his interest in art and success in business
led him to the art world.
Based upon the complementary business and art backgrounds
of the principals, gallery selections are guided by three criteria:
scholarship; connoisseurship; and an understanding of the economics
of the art market. Whether working with a beginning or seasoned collector,
in all cases the aim is to provide works of quality and value.