The gallery is a very unique venue, having hosted showers, small weddings, retirement parties, gender reveal parties, holiday events, and even corporate retreats. The boutique location can easily accommodate 20-75 people for refreshments, buffet style. The gallery is in the same building as the Arezzo Ristorante, where some prefer to...READ MORE
The gallery is a very unique venue, having hosted showers, small weddings, retirement parties, gender reveal parties, holiday events, and even corporate retreats. The boutique location can easily accommodate 20-75 people for refreshments, buffet style. The gallery is in the same building as the Arezzo Ristorante, where some prefer to order their food. Food and liquor can be brought in. We can also assist with securing music as needed. The gallery is not kid friendly, but a great venue when you want people to remember where they were. And for someone with an artistic interest, its a great place.
Westport River Gallery in famed Westport CT, offers distinctive European, French, British, American and Asian fine art, working with all levels of art collectors, corporate clients and decorators. Artists are selected based on their reputation, level of credentials and distinctions. Styles include classic impressionistic, realistic, abstract and sometimes modern. The gallery is about 1000 square feet bordering the Post Road and the picturesque Saugatuck River, at an intersection traveled by 16,000 cars daily.
The gallery is also known for offering works by the father of French Impressionism Camille Pissarro, and his subsequent three generations of artists including Lucien Pissarro, Rodo Pissarro, Paulemile Pissarro, H. Claude Pissarro, and Lelia Pissarro. Also, internationally collected French artists Dominique Dorie, Jean Pierre Dubord, Yetvart Kaprielian, Jean Claude Duteil, Elisabeth Estivalet, Poumelin, Kerfily. Top American artists include Eugene Paprocki, Milton Bond, HM Saffer, Vitello, Mona, Zider and others. The gallery also carries unique glassware by Katharine Hepburn’s nephew. Westport River Gallery is owned and operated by Ken & Pat Warren, and is located next to the downtown along the Saugatuck River, about an hour from New York City.
Colonists settled along the Saugatuck River as early as 1639. In 1780 George Washington visited the Marvin Tavern. Westport was officially incorporated as a town in 1835, with land taken from Fairfield, Weston, and Norwalk. For many decades after that, Westport was a prosperous agricultural community and distinguished itself as the nation’s leading onion-growing center. After the turn of the century, Westport gained the reputation as an artist’s colony and cultural center. In 1920 F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald spend summer in Westport. Although Westport still retains its cultural roots, the town is no longer an artist’s colony. Despite its small town charm, Westport, Connecticut is a thriving business center, home to many corporate headquarters and more than 600 retailers.
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