Eykyn Maclean, based in New York and London, specializes in museum quality Impressionist and 20th century European and American art.
Eykyn Maclean’s program of exhibitions is dedicated to presenting the public with scholarly exhibitions, accompanied by catalogues that include essays by the world’s leading art historians. Past exhibition highlights include In Giacometti’s Studio – an Intimate Portrait (essay, Michael Peppiatt), Matisse and the Model (essays, Ann Dumas and Hilary Spurling), Van Gogh in Paris (essays, Ann Dumas and Marina Ferretti Bocquillon), Andy Warhol Flowers (essay, Michael Lobel) and Cy Twombly – Works from the Sonnabend Collection (essays, Annie Cohen-Salal and James Lawrence).
In addition to presenting museum-quality exhibitions, Eykyn Maclean focuses on secondary market private sales and holds inventory in works by established and re-emerging 20th century artists. Regularly reviewing clients’ collections, they also advise those who wish to buy or sell discreetly and when appropriate, negotiate consignments to auction.
Christopher Eykyn and Nicholas Maclean founded the gallery in 2006 after a combined 29 years at Christie’s, where they were co-heads of the Impressionist and Modern Art department.