EXPOSITION DES MEMBRES
MOELLER FINE ART
FROM DAUMIER TO MATISSE: FRENCH MASTER DRAWINGS FROM THE COLLECTION OF JOHN C. WHITEHEAD
The Whitehead Collection is the result of a 29-year-long collaboration between John C. Whitehead and Achim Moeller. The Hon. John Whitehead has served as co-chair of Goldman Sachs, Deputy Secretary of State under George Shultz, chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Director of the New York Stock Exchange, and until recently chairman of The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation. He is currently chairman emeritus of The Asia Society, advisory board member of The International Rescue Committee, and chairman of The Financial Services Volunteer Corps. In 2005, Mr. Whitehead published his autobiography, A Life in Leadership: From D-day to Ground Zero.
In 1972, Achim Moeller founded Moeller Fine Art Ltd. in London and moved to New York in 1984. As a leading dealer, Achim Moeller specializes in the purchase and sale of impressionist and modern masterworks. Achim Moeller also represents the Lyonel Feininger Family Trusts, and oversees the Lyonel Feininger and Mark Tobey Projects, providing certificates of authenticity, provenance research, and exhibition consultation relating to the two artists.
Together, John C. Whitehead and Achim Moeller have created an extraordinary group of French paintings, drawings, and sculpture, selections from which have recently been exhibited at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Musée d'Orsay, and The Royal Academy. This exhibition will provide a unique opportunity to view a group of important impressionist and modern drawings by Daumier, Degas, Gauguin, Manet, Matisse, Picasso, Redon, Renoir, Rodin, and Seurat, normally not on public view. An illustrated catalogue will accompany the exhibition, and will include a scholarly essay by Isabelle Dervaux, curator of modern and contemporary drawings at the Morgan Library & Museum, New York.
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