James C. Harrison

American (1925-1990)




Now through September 23,2023
at Michigan Art Gallery


Exhibit and Sale now through September 27, 2023

Gerome Kamrowski

Ann Arbor, Michigan (1914-2004)

In the mid-40s, Gerome Kamrowski and a handful of his colleagues studied European Surrealism, seeking in its theories and practice a new, distinctly personal, American style of painting. In doing so, they laid the foundations for Abstract Expressionism.

The Surrealists believed that an artist was clairvoyant, an inspired figure meant to bring the poetic products of his vision to society, and possibly human development, rather than working for commercial ends. … more



Paul Stewart

Paul Stewart

American (b. 1928)

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Intaglio on hand made paper.

Paul Stewart was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1928. He studied at the Cleveland Institute of Art and received his undergraduate and graduate degrees in fine arts from Albion College and the University of Michigan, respectively. A printmaker, Stewart is Professor Emeritus, the Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. … more


Mignonette Yin Cheng

Mignonette Yin Cheng

Chinese American (1933-2009)

Duets: Art Show and Sale

The Michigan Art Gallery at Schmidt’s Antiques Inc. is pleased to present “Duets”, a gallery sale showcasing a selection of artworks by Contemporary Chinese American artist Mignonette Yin Cheng 1933-2009. The collection highlights Cheng’s mastery of watercolor and collage, many of which have never been shown. These works are available for purchase online, as well as available in the gallery. … more


Exhibit and Sale now through September 27, 2023

greater light encaustic

Connie Pickering Stover

Encaustic Watercolor Artist

Connie Pickering Stover is a self-taught artist best known for her intuitive abstract work which is displayed through the challenging mediums of encaustic and watercolor painting. She is also well-known for her years of work in the fiber arts, where she exhibited, won awards, and taught nationwide. Story-telling through abstracted forms and dynamic colors has long been the focus of Stover’s work. “My art is an expression of the things that connect us. My lines, gouges, scratches and marks are manifestations of those connections.”… more

Paul Stewart

Boisali Biswas

Mixed-media Fiber Artist

Boisali Biswas is a studio artist working in mixed-media fibers, born and brought up in India.  Her formative years during BFA were spent at Visva-Bharati University, founded by Rabindranath Tagore at Shantiniketan.  The essence of that profound experience throughout her educational journey has stayed with her, and continues to influence her work.  She completed her MFA at Bowling Green State University.  Living in this country for over 3 decades, and adapting to Western styles and inspirations in concert with her background has made her Art into a cauldron of multicultural assemblages that are unique and a feast for the eyes. … more

Mignonette Yin Cheng

Dennis Gordon

Printmaking Innovator

I see art as a way to express something, versus just represent something and feel that art should evoke some sort of emotion in the viewer. I am fascinated by even ordinary things like looking up at trees, or looking at shadows playing across the ground. Multiple plate woodcuts are where part of the image is engraved into one wood block and another part (or parts) are engraved into additional wood blocks. The first wood block is inked and printed, allowed to dry, then the second wood block is inked in a different color, carefully lined up with the first print impression and printed. … more

Michigan Art Gallery

Presented by Schmidt’s Antiques Inc. Since 1911

Michigan Art Gallery

Open on Saturday’s from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., and by appointment Tuesday-Friday.


5138 W.Michigan Ave, Ypsilanti, MI 48197 |  info@schmidtsantiques.com | 734-434-2660



Michigan Art Gallery features a variety of pieces created by influential 19th & 20th century Michigan artists. We have a large offering of original art work for sale, as well as relevant biographical and contextual information. Our goal is to promote a continued study of the artists working during this remarkable period in Michigan’s history and to introduce you to the exceptional art of current contemporary Michigan artists in diverse mediums.

We accept artwork on a consignment basis and also offer appraisal services.