Public institutions holding our watercolors include:
· Le Château de Versailles, Versailles
· Le Musée des Arts-décoratifs, Paris (six works)
· The Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution (two works)
· The New-York Historical Society
· Le Musée de l’Île-de-France, Sceaux
· Princeton University (commission)
· The Schloss Museum Fasanerie, Fulda, Germany (two commissions)
· The Getty Center Artist’s Books Collection (for Chinoiseries)
· The Avery Architectural Library, Columbia University (for Robert A.M. Stern Architects)
We have been privileged to have work exhibited at the Morgan Library, an honor rarely afforded living artists.
Many collectors of our work are intimately involved with the visual arts, particularly with Old Master drawings. They include past and present directors and trustees of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The National Gallery of Art, The Frick Collection, The Morgan Library, and The New York Public Library. Other collectors have been presidents and directors of Christie’s and Sotheby’s, several Old Master dealers, and leading fashion and interior designers.
· Château de Versailles
· The Bard Graduate Center
· The Parrish Art Museum
· Christie’s London
· Sotheby’s France
· Syracuse University
· University of Dortmund
· Université Libre de Bruxelles
· Institute of Classical Architecture and Art
· CIVA Brussels
· La Société des Amis de Versailles
· The Four Arts Society of Palm Beach
· The Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville
· The New York School of Interior Design
· The Beaux-Arts Alliance
Since 2016, we host an annual, week-long Paris Drawing Tour in conjunction with the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art.
For the Smithsonian Institution, we presented an all-day seminar, Versailles, Trianon, Marly: The Early Architecture of the Sun King, as well as a studio course on architectural rendering.
At left, Fortitude, and right, Sympathy, bronze figures from the William T. Stead Memorial in Manhattan’s Central Park.