Marianne Elrick-Manley

Marianne Elrick-Manley is a private art dealer and the founder of Elrick-Manley Fine Art, Inc. Since 1991, Elrick-Manley Fine Art has developed a specialty in nineteenth and twentieth century American, European, and Latin American works of art with a focus on drawings and watercolors.

Marianne received a Master of Art in Art History from New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts. She has curated numerous exhibitions, including Una Vida En Papel, an exhibition of drawings by Joaquín Torres-García at the Museo Valenciano de la Ilustración y la Modernidad (MuVIM) in Valencia, Spain. The exhibition subsequently traveled to Madrid.

Marianne has published academic articles and catalogues that have furthered art historical scholarship on a range of topics.

As an art dealer, Marianne offers collectors both inexperienced and sophisticated a profound understanding of the art market. She has cataloged both private and corporate collections, worked with individual collectors, and exhibited in fine art fairs. Among the many museums that Elrick-Manley Fine Art has sold to are the Art Institute of Chicago; the Whitney Museum of American Art; the Brooklyn Museum; High Museum of Art, Atlanta; Arkansas Art Center, and Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid.

We invite you to contact Elrick-Manley Fine Art to discuss any of the artists or works on display.

We are open by appointment only.