James Barron founded his art business in 1987 as a private art dealer and consultant, and established James Barron Art in 2010. He specializes in modern and contemporary American and European art. Trained as an art historian at Brown University, Barron is known for his refined vision and ability to juxtapose works in unexpected combinations. He exhibits regularly at art fairs including The Armory Show – Modern and Art Miami. His exhibitions “Homage to Kermit Champa,” with an essay by Karen Wilkin, and “American and Italian Art 1975 – 2011,” with an essay by Cornelia Lauf and an interview with Yoshi Nakama, garnered much praise.

James Barron divides his time between Rome, Italy, and Kent, CT. He worked at Knoedler Gallery with post-War and Contemporary American art and at Jan Krugier Gallery, with the Marina Picasso Collection and Modern masterworks. He has sold Modern works by Picasso, Matisse, Giacometti and Pollock, as well as Contemporary art by Warhol, Diebenkorn, LeWitt, Mangold and Olitski. Barron is equally adept in guiding both new and experienced collectors.

Hours of Operation
Thurs & Fri: 12:00 to 4:00 PM
Sat: 12:00 to 5:00 PM
Sun: 12:00 to 4:00 PM
Or by appointment

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