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madonia front windowAnn Madonia Antiques, 36 Jobs Lane, Southampton, NY 11968

A longtime fixture in the summer art and antiques scene out east in the Hamptons, both Ann and her daughter Sue have seen a change over in buying habits of wealthy east enders. While a generation ago this mother daughter partnership might have sold brown furniture and sporting paintings, today what does sell is mid twentieth century design and paintings by local artists. Buying local artists sounds trite until one notices this Jobs Lane Gallery sits across from the original location of the Parrish Art Museum, so here local means, are they in the Parrish? As demonstrated below, the answer is a resounding yes.

790chaseWilliam Merritt Chase (1849-1916), Lillian Wescott Hale. Chase was the original painter who brought others out east en masse

790WHLowWill Hicok Low (1853-1933), Coastal Scene. An Expatriate La Belle Epoque contemporary of Chase

790WRichards20x30marineW. Richards (19th C) Marine Scene. The Hamptons are loaded with wrecks by the Royal Navy including the lost HMS Culloden near Montauk Point

790burliuk montauk lightDSC 1627David Burliuk (1882-1967), Sailing off Montauk Point. Burliuk was a Russian emigre friend of Marc Chagall who settled in Southampton

790buttonsLI AM DSC 0301John Button (1928-1982), Houses of Dune Road, Southampton. Illustrated in Pisano Long Island Landscape Painting Book II

790cikovkyLI AM DSC 0307Nicolai Cikovsky (1894-1984), Peconic Bay. yet another Russian transplant painter,

Nicolai Cikosky's son, also went by the same name and he went on to become a major curator at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC

790cikovskyL AM DSC 0303Nicolai Cikovsky (1894-1984), Fishermen

790cikovskyLI AM cikovskybeach12x16Nicolai Cikovsky (1894-1984), Beach Scene

790cikovskyLI AM DSC 0310Nicolai Cikovsky (1894-1984), Outdoor Still Life

790DSC 0746Hornak 30x42Ian Hornak (1944-2002), Hyper Realistic Hampton's Landscape, 1980

Ann Madonia Antiques

36 Jobs Lane

Southampton, NY 11968


About the Author

Robert Alexander Boyle

Robert Alexander Boyle

 Alexander Boyle is a graduate of Trinity College, Hartford, CT where he majored in History. Prior to graduation he co-authored the seminal book Acid Rain in 1983. Alex has worked for the Metropo...