San Francisco

Group Show


Eleanor Dickinson’s three small, thinly painted figure studies showed a renewed inter­est in the space in front of and behind each figure, a quality usually lacking in her work. Gustavo Foppiani is repre­sented by a number of works included in his last exhibit at the gallery. Adjacent to Foppiani’s work are three tiny romantically painted landscapes by Geoffrey Lewis. Watercolors of crumbl­ing facades and romantic ruins done by Eugene Berman round out the summer offering.

James Monte