~Collectors~

The Coe Kerr Gallery was once located at 643 Park Avenue in NYC. It was a very prestigious gallery, where Mr. Jones showed his work.
Founded in 1968 by Elmore Coe Kerr in partnership with the collector Fred Woolworth.
Coe Kerr, as he was known, had been a senior partner of Knoedlers and was related to the Knoedler family. The Coe Kerr gallery originally represented Andrew Wyeth, but broadened its scope to include 19th and 20th century American paintings under the influence of Warren Adelson, who served as director from 1974 to 1990. Closed in 1993. (Courtesy Frick.org  )




Carroll Jones III Gallery
, operated until recently in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Carroll Jones III is among the third generation of artists in the Jones family. His father was an illustrator for Life Magazine, his grandfather was a graphic artist who created and manufactured labels in the factory he owned. His mother's side were tin smiths going back 5 generations to Colonial America, and she also was an artist.  Working with his hands came naturally. The following people enjoyed his talent, and made it a part of their personal collections.  Living across the Hudson from NYC, he is near the heart of the American Art scene.






NOTABLE CLIENTS:

Malcolm Forbes  Forbes Magazine: 2 oils, 2 drawings Private collection

William Schuman    President Emeritus Lincoln Center/ Julliard School of Music, NYC  1 drawing

Ben Lambert  President and CEO of Eastdil Realty, Inc., NYC  2 oils, 3 drawings

William Macaluso  Senior Vice President, Fidelity Investments, Boston, MA  5 drawings, 3 oils, many prints

Nicholas Forstmann  President, Forstmann Little, Inc. Fifth Avenue, NYC  1 oil, print

Frederick R. Koch  Mega-Industrialist Fifth Avenue, NYC  1 oil, many drawings

Jean Shepherd  Author, Humorist  NJ   print

Kevin Cotter  Gatesville, TX  2 oils, 5 drawings, many prints

Richard Lemanski  Vice President, Fidelity Capital Markets, Boston, MA  4 drawings, 1 oil, prints

Diantha P. Holman  Art Collector, Farmington NM   8 oils, 7 drawings, many prints (subject of "Portrait of Diantha")

James Coughlin  Vice President, Fidelity Capital Markets, Boston, MA  4 drawings, 1 serigraph, many prints

Philip Burrows  Senior Advertising Director, Road & Track, Car & Driver Magazines, NYC  many prints

William O'Connor  Art Connoisseur & Collector, Falmouth, MA  5 drawings, many prints

Thomas O'Connell
  President, Marina Bay Management, Quincy, MA  5 drawings, 4 oil paintings

Dr. Merry Naddeo
  Art Connoisseur & Collector, Pianist, Hoboken, NJ  2 paintings, 4 drawings, many prints