Dixon-Hall Fine Art – AFA Shows

130 Potters Pond Drive
Phoenixville, PA 19460
United States


Member of the following market(s): Philadelpia & Vicinity
          ABOUT US

     A partnership of over 30 years, the co-owners, Tim Dixon and Audrey Hall, spent many years gaining valuable experience.  Tim Dixon, a fine artist, received a B.F.A. from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts after 5 years of studies there and at the Philadelphia College of Art and Barnes Foundation and Master of Fine Arts courses at the University of Pennsylvania. He then trained and worked for galleries and museums in Philadelphia, including the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and Gross McCleaf Gallery where he was director of 19th-20th century paintings.  He ran the art department of Freemans Auction for three years.  Audrey Hall received her B.A. from Pomona College in Claremont, California in 1981 followed by a M.A. from Bryn Mawr College in 1983.  She was researcher and writer of over 10 publications while employed by the Schwarz Gallery for 6 years.  With common interests and similar backgrounds in the arts, a partnership was formed, Dixon-Hall Fine Art.


     Our approach to buying has always been that of a “collector” in search of a good painting whether in the impression that it gives or the quality of its execution or its subject.  Our taste is open and covers a broad range of periods, styles and subject matter from the Nineteenth Century to Contemporary art.  Of special interest are Pennsylvania artists, particularly those who studied, exhibited, or taught at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts with these four cornerstones of focus:  Philadelphia’s early Modernists; Arthur B. Carles, Hugh Breckenridge, and Henry McCarter; women artists circa 1890-1945 including members of the “Philadelphia Ten”; Pennsylvania Impressionists especially those who studied with Daniel Garber; and African-American artists.  Within this collecting interest Dixon-Hall brings to light and rediscovers many known and lesser known Academy artists.  


     The gallery resides in a unique location in a 200 year old historic Pennsylvania Colonial farmhouse just 45 minutes from downtown Philadelphia near Valley Forge.  By appointment only, collectors will find an abundance of more than 300 paintings spread throughout the gallery spaces within the house.        
Peter Miller Matador H 40 in W 30 in $ 28,000
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