The Annex Galleries

After moving to its current location in 1972, The Annex Galleries has assembled an inventory of over 8000 works from primarily the 19th through 21st centuries. Our specialties include color woodcut, Atelier 17, and Abstract Expressionist prints from the 1940s and 50s. Our inventory also includes works by dozens of women printmakers and a broad cross-section of American, Latino, European, and Asian printmakers of the 20th century.

For over five years, 365 days a year, the gallery has featured a Print of the Day!!, which presents an artist’s work from our inventory with a short discussion of some aspect of the work. We continue to add biographies for overlooked printmakers whose work we have, lest they be forgotten by the internet-driven information network.

The gallery represents the estates of Gustave Baumann, whose works were assembled into a catalogue raisonné by the gallery's director Gala Chamberlain: In a Modern Rendering The Color Woodcuts of Gustave Baumann: A Catalogue Raisonné, as well as Edmond Casarella, Bernard Childs, and Augusta Rathbone.

Daniel Lienau & Gala Chamberlain

Santa Rosa, CA


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