Sun. Sep 27th, 2020

Stanford Fine Art Named Best Gallery In Tennessee, 2015, Highlight Hollywood EXCLUSIVE News

It is American Art Awards season and Highlight Hollywood continues to reveal in individual features the 25 Best Galleries In The Nation. “We are  selecting Stanford Fine Art as Best Gallery In Tennessee this year,” says Thom Bierdz, who presides over


Bierdz explains, “If we at AAA are blown away by a gallery history and their art, we continue to consider their other attributes, like reputation, prestige and inventory. After dealing privately in New York and a stint at Sotheby’s, Stanford Mabry founded the Nashville, Tennessee gallery in 1987 and has since established Stanford Fine Art as the premier purveyor of historical, Impressionistic and regional art in the Southeast. For over 25 years Stanford Fine Art has been Nashville’s premier art gallery, specializing in American and European paintings, sculpture and works on paper from the 19th century to the present. They maintain a diverse and varied inventory of carefully selected works, combining exemplary aesthetic standards, museum quality presentation and affordability.

“We at American Art Awards are proud to name Stanford Fine Art the  Best Gallery In Tennessee and one of our 25 Best galleries In The Nation, 2015.”

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Stanford Fine Art focuses on investment quality American and European paintings, sculpture and works on paper from the 19th century to the present. Most of the inventory is owned by the gallery and they stand behind anything represented at the gallery as being exceptional or of a particular merit.

Stanford strives to create a vibrant gallery atmosphere of carefully edited and selected works in which to comfortably make informed acquisitions of art. Citing the strength of the gallery as its client relationships, they find paintings for both individual collections and Museum Collections throughout the US.

Works formerly in the collection of Stanford Fine Art have been acquired by the Musée Américain, Giverny and the Tennessee State Museum. Paintings in the collection or acquired from the gallery have been included in major museum exhibitions at The National Gallery, London, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Huntsville Museum of Art, Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art, and the Frist Center for the Visual Arts.


LOCATION: Stanford Fine Art / 6608 A Highway 100 / Nashville, TN / 37205 / (615) 352 5050 / Monday through Saturday 9:00am-5:30pm, and by appointment.


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