The Annual Holiday Art Sale 2021

December 1423, 2021

We apologize but due to an abundance of caution, the Holiday Art Sale has been closed as of December 23rd at 3 PM.

The Art Students League of New York
Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery, 2nd Floor
Free and Open to the Public

Holiday Art Sale 2019

Click here to view an info sheet about participating in the Holiday Art Sale Lottery.

(New York, NY): The League is proud to be able to host our Holiday Art Sale again, after Covid-19 restrictions prevented us from being able to do so last year. We look forward to welcoming you back to the gallery, and hope that you will take a piece of The League home with you.

Once a year The Art Students League of New York hosts a Holiday Art Sale that is a rare opportunity to bring home the work of your favorite and beloved League artists at affordable prices. Begin or add to your collection at this year’s sale, which will be held at the Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery, December 14—24. More than 500 original works of art will be on rotating display, with some for sale for as little as $50. Paintings and prints—landscapes, portraits, still lives, and abstractions—sell for no more than $1,000. Prices for sculptures do not exceed $1,500.

Your purchase will help support emerging artists directly, and help The League continue its mission of connecting our artists to their public.

Because of restrictions due to Covid-19, the gallery will be limited to 30 people at a time. Only persons presenting valid proof of their vaccination status will be allowed to enter The League. 

As part of the Gallery’s holiday celebration, The League’s Exhibition Outreach program will host a free and public holiday party at One Brooklyn Bridge Park on Thursday, December 16 from 4 PM–6 PM. Prosecco and sparkling water will be served. One Brooklyn Bridge Park is home to EO’s current group exhibition Fire and Ice. On view at Fire and Ice is a selection of League student artworks—many of which are also for sale!—curated by Alexandra Rutsch Brock. Come celebrate the work of League artists at One Brooklyn Bridge Park and bring home even more artwork.


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