About Nigel McCall

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My parents were purveyors of fine art and collectibles, specializing in all things Art Nouveau. Their physically small shops in New York
City were open nearly 30 years, closing in the late 1970s. Located at 359 Bleeker Street, NYC and 211 E 60 Street, NYC, they were renowned for the vastness and quality of their offerings. The inventory amassed by my parents arose from regular buying trips to Europe and purchasing from collectors the world over. In New York my parents worked closely with the auction houses of Doyle, Swann, Sotheby's and Parke Bernet Galleries. In London they dealt primarily with the auction houses of Sotheby's, Christies, and Selfridges. Originally published in 1975 by Harmony Books, "Posters of Mucha" contained images of many posters owned by my parents - acknowledged in the book as "From the collection of Sandy Burr and Sandy Val Graphics, New York, New York." My parents reproduced many pieces from the Art Nouveau period and created Art Nouveau style items (ephemera and jewelry) which they sold as gift items in their stores. My mother was an artist herself, having studied at the Art Students League and my father was a writer and gifted entrepreneur. My parents are long gone now and I still own much of their collection and inventory. Enjoy what you see and please email if you have questions about pieces you hope to acquire.