About Edenhurst Gallery

Edenhurst Gallery's realm of expertise in the arena of fine art and antiques began in 1970, with exclusive art sales beginning in 1985.

Its newest gallery location on El Paseo in Palm Desert opened in November 2003, while the original gallery on the Avenues of Art and Design of West Hollywood opened its doors in early 1998. With new and elite showrooms in a museum-like setting, the gallery's inventory of fine and historic Early California paintings is showcased in a comfortable and friendly atmosphere, catering to a clientele of beginning to seasoned collectors.

Bringing elegance and quality to the most prestigious fine art quarter in all of Southern California, Edenhurst's inventory of 19th and early 20th century California, American, and European paintings is both comprehensive and well chosen.

The Gallery routinely displays the best that is available in fine paintings by the well-recognized California Impressionist painters Maurice Braun, Maynard Dixon, E. Charlton Fortune, John Frost, John Gamble, Armin Hansen, Bruce Nelson, Edgar Payne, Joseph Raphael, Granville Redmond, Guy Rose, Birger Sandzen, Marion Wachtel, and William Wendt as well as many others. Additionally, their expertise in the field is avidly sought by collectors, scholars, and museum curators alike.

Edenhurst Gallery has set price records in the purchase of paintings by Early California and American artists Guy Rose, Granville Redmond, William Wendt, E. Charlton Fortune, Edgar Payne, Charles Reiffel, Jack Wilkinson Smith, Elmer Wachtel, Birger Sandzen, Theodore Wores, William Vincent Cahill, Duncan Gleason, Gardner Symons, John Frost, Bruce Nelson and many others. Please consider this when comtemplating selling or consigning your works of art. While other galleries boast of their ability to pay the highest price, Edenhurst's tracks record is proven in the art industry.

Regularly hailed as one of the most beautiful galleries in the world, Edenhurst makes for a particularly enjoyable visit.

Principals:
Thomas Gianetto, Donald Merrill, and Daniel Nicodemo.