Discover the Artists
Park West Gallery Artists
Select your favorite artists below to read their biographies and see collections of their work.
To enter Park West Gallery® is to enter the world of fine art. The life's work of founder Albert Scaglione, Park West® has grown over the years into one of the most respected fine art galleries in the world. There are now locations in Miami, Florida, the headquarters in Southfield Michigan as well as major cruise ship auctions. In fact, Park West® now employs more than 400 experts worldwide. Gallery directors and senior staff members now log millions of miles of international and domestic travel reviewing the most important international art expositions to bring you the very finest in fine art.
Featured Park West Artists Microsites
- Marc Chagall
Featuring lithographs and the Chagall Bible as well as illustrations from well-know livres d'artiste.
Showcasing images from the animated short film "Destino", a collaboration between Walt Disney and Salvador Dali.
- Salvador Dali
Showcasing works from the Divine Comedy, the Biblia Sacra and the Les Heures Claires editions.
- Joan Miro
Miro's intaglios, lithographs and acquisitions from the Broder collection are on display.
- Pablo Picasso
Includes the most comprehensive collection of works from the 347 Series as well as Suite Vollard.
The collection includes more than 20 rare 17th Century impressions, nearly 700 different posthumous impressions and the Millenium Impressions.
- Andrew Bone
Deep within the heart of the African continent, rich with wildlife and all things of nature, dwells one of Africa's most unusual treasures. He is Andrew Bone.
- Charles Lee
Charles Lee incorporates a range of style, and should be well received by collectors as it is very contemporary and pleasing to the eye.
- Jean-Claude Picot
Jean-Claude Picot's work abounds with natural beauty and features breathtaking panoramic views charged with the unique light of the Mediterranean.
- Anatole Krasnyansky
Bordering on the surreal, Krasnyansky's figures never depart from the recognizable.
- Marcus Glenn
Marcus Glenn is considered one of the most exciting of a new breed of young African-American artists to emerge in recent years.
- Peter Nixon
Peter Nixon's images speak to us of peace, harmony, and the celebration of life.
- Fanch (Francois) Ledan
Fanch's paintings and graphic works can be characterized by the implied presence of participants, the order enhanced by color, and the distant view.
- Itzchak Tarkay
As well as being a painter and watercolorist, Tarkay is a master graphic artist and his rich tapestry of form and color is achieved primarily through the use of the serigraph.
- Dominic Pangborn
Pangborn's artwork ranges from nonrepresentational abstracts to photo-realism, across a number of mediums and techniques.
- Thomas Kinkade
Thomas Kinkade explores light in pictorial space and creates imaginative worlds with abandon. He is known as "The Painter of Light."
- Tomasz Rut
Tomasz Rut's masterful illusionary images evoke the harmony and form of the master painters, including the flamboyance of Rubens, the finesse of Caravaggio, and the emotion of Michelangelo.
- Alfred Gockel
Gockel was born in the North Rhine city of Ludinhausen, Germany in 1952. From his earliest days, he was fascinated by the magic of colors on paper.
- Emile Bellet
Emile was born in Provence, France in 1941. He began to paint at the age of fifteen years old, and by the age of nineteen he held his first exhibition (1960). In 1976 his career began in earnest when he was noticed by Galerie Guigne.
- Linda LeKinff
Linda was born in Paris from French and Brazilian parents. She started her career as a painter at the age of 20. In the 1970`s she traveled to India, Tibet, Mexico and Italy.
- Scott Jacobs
Although Scott Jacobs drew pen-and-ink illustrations for his school newspaper, Scott began his career in art not with his painting, but by buying a failing gallery at nineteen with money he saved from working odd jobs.
- Csaba Markus
Csaba Markus? distinctive style is like no other, and for this reason, he stands alone and is incomparable to other artists.
- Richard E. Williams
Richard shows a delicacy and perception in his work.
- Tim Yanke
Yanke favors playful and exuberant colors, making his abstract expressionist imagery appealing to proponents and disdainers of abstract art alike.
- Arkady Ostritsky
Arkady Ostritski's subjects include the streets, buildings and shops of France, Italy, England, Greece and Spain.