Fine Art On the Main Line of Philadelphia

Mallory Jacobson | January 22, 2020 | Culture Culture Feature

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When Devon Fine Art launched on the Western Main Line, its strategy was to bring contemporary and modern art to the residents of suburbia and exurbia without them having to travel to New York. So, the gallery’s 4,000-square-foot display space is conveniently located within the Van Cleve pavilion in Paoli.

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Devon Fine Art offers art enthusiasts a one stop visual experience to reach out and touch hand signed limited editions of established artists like Warhol, Basquiat, Lichtenstein, Hirst, Frankenthaler, Motherwell, Picasso, Chagall, Miro, and dozens of their colleagues. The gallery is also home to what is perhaps the largest private collection of Leroy Neiman art in the United States.

Several hundred pieces—in various dimensions and price ranges, framed and unframed, in bins, sleeves and on easels—await your inspection and enjoyment and a trip home on approval. No wait. No guess work. No shipping. This gallery is a forum for customers to engage with their art.

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The depth and breadth of the gallery’s inventory is well suited for your home, golf villa, ski lodge, shore home, or corporate boardroom/reception area/executive suite.

Whether you’re adding, collecting, decorating, or designing, a trip to Devon Fine Art is short on distance and long on selection. It has the right art at the right place.

For current offerings, see devonfineartllc.com, call 610.644.4949, or just come by.






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