About Santa Fe

Addison Rowe Fine Art

229 E. Marcy, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501


Addison Rowe Fine Art Gallery is located in the heart of downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico on upper Marcy Street. Addison Rowe Gallery specializes in paintings, watercolors and sculptures by early 20th century American artists with an emphasis on American Modernism. This collection of artists includes members of the Stieglitz Circle, the Taos Society of Artists, Los Cinco Pintores, Transcendental Group and Academie Julian.

View works by:
Victor Higgins
Emil Bisttram
Raymond Jonson
Howard Cook
Willard Nash
Jozef Bakos
B.J.O. Nordfeldt
Marsden Hartley

Victoria Addison is a member of the Appraisers Association of America, and provides appraisal, consultation and curatorial services for individual works of art or entire collections.

Addison Rowe Fine Art Gallery specializes in original paintings and sculpture by historically significant American artists from the early twentieth century. The gallery is housed in a restored Craftsman bungalow on upper Marcy Street, the setting of a growing Art colony in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Director and owner Victoria Addison has twenty five years active experience in the art business. She began as a private art dealer in New York City and then went on to partner in an art gallery in Chicago's River North Area. The last fifteen years have been focused on the artists of the Santa Fe and Taos regions that are offered at Addison Rowe Gallery.

Whether a first time buyer or a collector of merit, Addison Rowe Gallery uses care in locating and offering paintings that fit within each collector's price and interests. If it is not readily available through our inventory, we have a vast system of contacts nationally to help in the location process.

The gallery is always looking for the works of: Joseph H. Sharp, E. Irving Couse, Bert Geer Philips, Ernest Blumenschein, Oscar Bluemner, Oscar E. Berninghaus, William H. Dunton, Victor Higgins, E.Martin Hennings, William Penhallow Henderson, Barbara Latham, Jozef Bakos, Willard Nash, Emil Bisttram, Walter Mruk, B.J.O. Nordfeldt, Louis Ribak, Sheldon Parsons, Fremont Ellis and Marsden Hartley.

Gallery Hours: Monday through Saturday, 11:00AM to 5:00 PM.