New York School of Interior Design will present a retrospective of the artist’s signature room portraits and the iconic magazine covers he created for Interior Design magazine.
A sampling of the paintings on view include Sutton Place Living Room, Owner, Bill Blass; Sitting Room and Library, Beekman Place, Owner, Greta Garbo; Living Room, Mews House, London, Owner, Sir John Gielgud; Living and Dining Room, Paris, Owner, Carlos De Beistegui. The paintings are gouache and mixed-media on illustration board. In addition, Interior Design magazine has delved into its archives to reprint 25 magazine covers representing Goodman’s 15-year tenure as exclusive cover artist for the publication.
Carlos de Beistegui Dining Room, Paris 1960. Originally done for an Interior Design magazine cover.
The exhibit will include a 48-page catalogue with color plates of these paintings and Interior Design covers. And for the first time, London-based Dean Rhys Morgan, Goodman’s exclusive dealer, will offer limited-edition Giclée prints signed by Jeremiah. Each print is published in an edition of 300 and personally signed numbered and titled by Jeremiah. His work has never been available in reproduction form before.
Inspired Impressions: Interior Paintings by Jeremiah Goodman opens on October 19 at runs until December 20th. The exhibit is open to the public and admission is free.
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