David Cook Galleries

Linda Cook
Denver , CO
Celebrating 41 Years in Denver
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since 2020

Historical American Regional Art & Native American Antiques

About David Cook Galleries

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The gallery has been in business for over 40 years and our primary goal is to build lasting relationships with our clients and thus we provide a full guarantee of authenticity for every work we sell.
About Us
David Cook Galleries has been in operation in Denver since 1979 and we have been in the present space in Lower Downtown Denver for over twenty years. The Gallery is a charter member of the Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association (ATADA) and is an elected member of the Fine Art Dealers Association ( FADA) as well as the Denver Art Dealers Association (DADA). The Gallery works extensively with institutions performing consultation and appraisals for the Denver Art Museum, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, the Buffalo Bill Cody Museum and more.

The American Painting gallery opened in the adjacent space a few years after the American Indian gallery. The first showing in the new painting galleries was devoted to John F. Carlson and the artists of the Broadmoor Academy. The gallery is now the recognized authority on work by the Broadmoor Academy artists, particularly the paintings of Birger Sandzen. In addition to Broadmoor artists, the gallery specializes in early Colorado paintings by artists including Charles Partridge Adams as well as 20th century artists including Vance Kirkland and members of the Denver Artists Guild and the Fifteen Colorado Artists. The holdings have expanded to include New Mexico art including the Taos Founders and Santa Fe Art Colony, important Western paintings, early California plein-air paintings as well as American modernist works.

The American Indian Gallery opened its doors on Wazee Street in the early 1990s. Offering one of the finest collections of museum quality American Indian Art in the world, the gallery specializes in textiles including Navajo Blankets from the Classic Period through the Trading Post era; Bead and Quill work, early Pueblo pottery, Parfleche, Northwest Coast objects and more.
Linda Cook
1637 Wazee Street
CO 80202

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