Exhibitor listing

Waterhouse & Dodd

Waterhouse & Dodd
15 East 76 Street
New York City, New York 10021
United States
T  212-717-9100
M   917-821-4141
M   917-821-3131
960 Madison Avenue, 2F
New York, NY 10021
United States
T  +1 212 717 9100
47 Albemarle Street

London, WIS 4JW
United Kingdom
T  +44 20 7734 7800

E-mail address : newyork@waterhousedodd.com
Website :http://www.waterhousedodd.com


Waterhouse & Dodd established in London in 1987, opened a gallery in New York in 2010, and have now expanded to have two galleries on the Upper East Side. The Madison Avenue gallery, like its London counterpart, exhibits Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary art but also shows American Post-War and Contemporary Art. We also have a private gallery for Impressionist and Modern Art on East 76th St. This is also the US base for Fine Art Brokers, our art advisory service.

  • Ray Waterhouse Co-owner

  • Jonathan Dodd Co-Owner

  • Sandra Safta Waterhouse Director Modern & Contemporary Art

  • Allison Raddock Consultant

Exhibitor's Artists:

Other Artists represented by the Gallery:

  • Doug Argue

  • Milton Avery



  • John Baldessari


  • Jean-Michel Basquiat  (+)

    Also represented by:

  • Rudolf Bauer

  • Trevor Bell  (+)

    Biography : Trevor Bell was born in Leeds in 1930 and attended the local college of art. In his twenties, working in West Cornwall, he made his reputation as a leading member of the younger generation of St. Ives artists who established British art on the world stage. Following his enormously successful first one-man exhibition at the Waddington Galleries in London in 1958, Trevor Bell was awarded the Paris Biennale International Painting Prize and an Italian Government Scholarship. He later became a Gregory Fellow in painting at Leeds University. After a larger travelling retrospective in Scotland, Ireland and England in 1970 and a major one-man show at the Whitechapel Gallery in London in 1973, Trevor was invited to become Professor for Master (Graduate) Painting at the Florida State University in Tallahassee. There he developed the large-scale, intensely coloured paintings for which he is best known.

    Exhibition : Important exhibitions were held at the Corcoran Gallery and the Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C., the Metropolitan Museum in Miami, the Cummer Gallery in Jacksonville and the Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He was included in the London Tate Gallery’s St.Ives 1939 – 1964 exhibition, and more recently in the 1996-7 and 1998-9, exhibited large-scale paintings at the Tate Gallery, St Ives. He has been a regular exhibitor in private galleries in Miami, Atlanta and Chicago, and has had works purchased and commissioned by numerous international museum, public and private collections. He was twice a recipient of fellowships from the Fine Arts Council of Florida. He has lived and worked in England, France, Italy and Canada, returning to live in Cornwall in 1996. In 1998 he was honoured with an Emeritus Professorship by Florida State University.


  • David Bomberg

  • Alexander CALDER  (+)

    Also represented by:

  • Michael Canning

  • Anthony Caro  (+)

    Also represented by:

  • Lynn Chadwick

  • Maurice Cockrill

  • Salvador Dali  (+)

  • Alan D'Arcangelo




  • Sam Francis  (+)

  • Cheryl Goldsleger  (+)

    Also represented by:


  • Xavier Guardans

  • Karen Gunderson

  • keith Haring

  • Damien Hirst  (+)

  • David Hockney

  • Hans Hofmann  (+)

  • Robert Indiana  (+)

  • Paul JENKINS

  • Alex KATZ  (+)

    Also represented by:

  • Kim Keever

  • Miru Kim

  • Fernand Leger

  • Sol LeWitt  (+)

    Also represented by:


  • Juliette Losq

  • Peter Lowe

  • Man Ray  (+)

    Detailed Description : L'Astrolabe Conceived in 1957; this version assembled by 1966 metal and glass on a wooden base Overall diameter 26 in. Overall diameter 66.5 cm Signed, numbered and inscribed "ASTROLABE _ It's a small World (Hang at eye level _ look through glass)"

  • Marino MARINI



  • Henri Matisse  (+)

  • Stephen McKenna

  • Mikulas Medek

  • Joan Mitchell  (+)

    Also represented by:

  • Norman Mooney

  • Henry Moore

  • Francis Morland

  • August MUTH  (+)

    Biography : SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2015 Borealis Hulse Warman Gallery Taos, New Mexico Light-Mind Hap Gallery Portland, Oregon 2013 Carnival of Shattered Dreams Axel Contemporary Santa Fe, New Mexico As the Light Returns Hulse Warman Gallery Taos, New Mexico 2012 Light into Light Hulse Warman Gallery Taos, New Mexico 2010 Warm Light Cold Nights Hulse Warman Gallery Taos. New Mexico 2003 Magical Light Kittrell Riffkind Gallery Dallas, Texas 2001 Solid Air Houston Center for Contemporary Crafts Houston, Texas 1999 Pure Light in Glass Philabaum Glass Gallery Tucson, Arizona Group Exhibitions (selected) 2016 Mid Winter-Love Light Gallery 286 London, UK 2015 Paseo - Taos Fall Arts Festival Taos, New Mexico Cinnabar Gallery San Antonio, Texas International Exhibition of Holograms Elisseev Palace St. Petersburg, Russia Dallas Art Fair Nyehaus Gallery Dallas, Texas Inventory of Light Gerald Peters Gallery Santa Fe, New Mexico Collaboration Gallery 286 London, United Kingdom 2014 A Contemporary Edge Bonhams London, United Kingdom The Very Last Plastics Show Dorfman Projects New York, New York Currents The Santa Fe International New Media Festival Santa Fe, New Mexico Armory Show Center for the Contemporary Arts Santa Fe, New Mexico Momentary Realties Cinnabar Fine Arts San Antonio, Texas 2013 No Paint Gallery Sonja Roesch Houston, Texas Luminescent Cloud 5 Santa Fe, New Mexico Light as Form

    Detailed Description : For more than 30 years August Muth has been an internationally exhibiting artist and a pioneer in the exploration of light through holography. Light, as we perceive it, gives us only a brief glimpse of the momentary realities in which we exist. Muth strives to record with precision the perceptible light-space-time phenomena. As these three elements intertwine, a three-dimensional topography of pure light is formed, revealing a window into the elusive realms of the light-space-time paradox. His intent is to reveal a cognitive holographic dimension within the viewer’s ordinary experiences of light, and to stimulate a dialogue between the ordinary and the extraordinary planes of understanding. This piece is part of the Spherical Light series. The changing color pallet of this work is extraordinary and visible in all lighting conditions. A line of luminescent pigment behind the holographic emulsions is evident creating a subtle thin blue line when the lights have been turned off. This work is particularly rare because of a mechanical error during the holographic emulsion process so it is impossible to achieve this particular color combination and light movement again. Muth began his studies in art and physics at the University of New Mexico in 1974, and later continued at the University of Houston, and the University of Texas at Austin. In 1980, he began his holographic exploration at The Museum Of Holography in New York under Fred Unterseher. He relocated to the Telluride, Colorado area in 1985 to build his first holographic studio, and spent the next 7 years honing his skills in the Denisyuk single-beam holography technique. In 1994, his studio was reimagined and constructed in Santa Fe, New Mexico where he currently lives and works.

  • Mauro Perucchetti

  • Pablo Picasso  (+)

  • John Piper

  • Richard Prince  (+)

    Also represented by:


  • Jean-François Rauzier


  • Judit Reigl

  • Alex Rennie  (+)

    Biography : Born in the UK in 1977, Alex Rennie received his Bachelors in Painting with honors from the Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education. In 2009 he was a selected artist for the BP award presented by Great Britain’s National Portrait Gallery. Rennie paints urban images derived from construction scenes captured around London that resonate with more universal themes of growth, renewal and development. Through Rennie’s unique vision we gain a new perspective on a very familiar city, both conceptually and at a more fundamental, human level. Rennie gives the viewer a sense that the people who make up and define an urban community are only fleeting presences, and even the (often) grand monoliths built to service their needs are ultimately only temporary structures.

    Detailed Description : “Assembled as walls, helixes and balancing stacks, my wood paintings are varying compositions of construction timbers also used to describe growth and change. Each length of wood in the Stack paintings corresponds to the city’s population over a certain duration. Some timbers contain found graffiti and scrawls, particularly initials and hearts multiplied over and over to symbolize individual lives, their passing and union. Like the infinitely repeated hearts and initials, these ideas include a slightly existential feel. Sometimes splintered, carved or burnt, cracks and ruptures in the wood often form past, present or expanding maps of the city.” - Artist Statement



    Detailed Description : Jean-Paul Riopelle's ‘Sans titre' was executed during a period of transition in his stylistic output. Having previously painted using the method of action painting synonymous with Jackson Pollock, Riopelle turned towards more conventional painting techniques. Sans titre, while bearing many of the hallmarks of a certain American Abstract Expressionist style, reveals a more methodical process where saturated colour is built up in layers and applied using a palette knife. However, as a work on paper he could not afford to use such heavy impastos as was his practice in oil painting. ‘Sans titre' perhaps represents the introduction of a new aesthetic where the sheer weight of paint had to be reduced due the very nature of the medium. The manifestation of this is apparent as areas of paper remain exposed; creating a void that brings passages of calm to the frenetic movement around it. The subsequent effect is a visual patchwork of vibrant, luminous colours that are brought together harmoniously despite the seemingly energetic and free technique. By the mid to late 1950s Riopelle was at his peak – his understanding of the application of paint and the diversity of sources for his inspiration (from deep Canadian forests to post-war Paris) produced a magnificent body of work in the years running up to his prolific, but less interesting, 1960s output.


  • Larry Rivers

  • Brian Rochefort

  • Georges Rousse

  • Ed Ruscha

  • Sophie Ryder

  • Sophie Ryder

  • Gino Severini

  • Thomas Shannon

  • Frank Stella

  • Manolo Valdés

  • Andy Warhol  (+)