It is with great pleasure that we announce that Linda Riesenberg Fisler is now being represented by one of the most respected galleries in Cincinnati, Eisele Gallery of Fine Art!
From Eisele’s website:
“The Eisele Gallery is one of Cincinnati’s oldest and most respected fine art galleries specializing in original paintings by noted 18th, 19th and 20th century American and European artists as well as renowned local, regional and national living artists.
Our experienced staff works closely with private individuals, corporations and institutions to locate, acquire and place single paintings or entire collections.
We purchase, consign and sell exceptional works by renowned American Impressionists, Taos and Hudson River School artists, American Tonalists, Cincinnati Golden Age painters and nationally recognized Living artists.”
“I am most honored and humble to be hanging in the Eisele gallery with such renown artists such as John Stobart, John Ruthven, Frank Duveneck, Carolyn Lewis, Jeff Morrow, Ray Hassard–the list goes on and on. It has been a goal through all my study to hopefully team up with Eisele Gallery of Fine Art since my favorite past master painters are from the 18th and 19th Century. Now to be in a gallery that specializes in this era is a dream come true!” Riesenberg Fisler said. “I’m so doing the Snoopy Happy Dance right now!” (Believe me a sight you don’t want to see!)
Look closely and you’ll see 3 of Linda’s paintings that are now in Eisele’s collection and for sale. Yes, that the Mas de Flory, France painting. It took some talking, but Linda decided it was time to hopefully let the children find new homes.
Linda and Marie in front of the Mas de Flory, France painting. The painting looked right at home among the wonderful art of the Eisele Gallery.
“I’m just so grateful to my mentors, colleagues, friends and family–everyone who has ever supported me on this journey. Hopefully, Kevin Macpherson, Joe Anna Arnett, and George Gallo–all who have spend so much generous time taking me under their wings, I am just so grateful and give a huge thank you for all they have taught me and still are teaching me.” Riesenberg Fisler, as of today, is officially represented by Eisele Gallery of Fine Art. For more information on Eisele, please click here
Stay tuned for more on this developing story! For now, Linda has left the building for a little celebration! :-)