The Sportsman's Gallery, Ltd. & Paderewski Fine Art represents fine 19th-century to contemporary sporting art, wildlife art, and western art. Subjects of our large and diverse collection include landscapes, hunting, fishing, equestrian, Western, Native American, and African artwork.
Our galleries are located in both Atlanta, Georgia and Beaver Creek, Colorado. The Atlanta gallery has a special focus on southern sporting art subjects, including bird dogs, indigenous southern wildlife, and regional landscapes. Traditional southern quail hunting, waterfowling, and fly fishing scenes are a mainstay. The Beaver Creek gallery focuses on North American big game, Texas quail hunting, Native American/cowboy scenes, and Western landscapes, as well as fly fishing and other sporting art subjects.
Our deceased masters collection includes work by Edmund Osthaus, Ogden Pleissner, Aiden L. Ripley, Frank Benson, A.B. Frost, Roland Clark, Percival Rosseau, A.F. Tait, Carl Rungius, Frederic Remington, Richard Bishop, Gustav Muss-Arnolt, Lynn Bogue Hunt, Roy Mason, Philip R. Goodwin, Wilhelm Kuhnert, Frank Stick and Bob Kuhn.
Those living artists whom we also offer artwork by include the following:
Thomas Aquinas Daly
John L. Jones
Brett J. Smith
Morten E. Solberg
Linda St. Clair