The Leonard Hutton Galleries, founded in 1957, specializes in paintings, works on paper and sculpture by 20th century European and American artists.

Located in New York, we maintain an active exhibition program and, over the years, have published more than 40 fully illustrated catalogues for selected shows. A main focus of the gallery has always been modernist movements of the first half of the 20th Century, notably German Expressionism and the Russian Avant-Garde. Among the artists traditionally identified with us are KANDINSKY, JAWLENSKY, KLEE, NOLDE, MÜNTER, FEININGER, KOLBE, MARCKS, POPOVA, LARIONOV, GONTCHAROVA, EXTER, CHASHNIK and SUETIN. Also regularly available are works by PICASSO, LÉGER, MIRÓ, ALBERS, LAURENS, ARCHIPENKO, BALLA, KUPKA, BROOKS, GOTTLIEB, FRANCIS, POUSETTE-DART and both ROBERT and SONIA DELAUNAY.

In our continuing efforts to explore, document and exhibit the artists of the Russian Avant-Garde, we have mounted more than ten exhibitions of their work. Other exhibitions have included the popular "Small Formats", with works ranging from late 19th Century to contemporary masters, and single-artists shows devoted to Sonia Delaunay, Lazar Khidekel and Alberto Magnelli.

We have placed important works of art in major private and public collections including the Australian National Gallery, Canberra; Museum Bellerive, Zürich; The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden; Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; The Museum of Modern Art; National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. and others.

We participate frequently in international art fairs, including Art Basel and TEFAF in Maastricht. As a member of the Art Dealers Association of America, we exhibit annually at The Art Show in the 7th Regiment Armony in New York.

We are consulted by collectors, dealers and auction houses for our expertise in both German Expressionism and the Russian Avant-Garde and we are always ready to provide advise and offer suggestions on specific works of art to both established and potential collectors.