604 College Avenue
The Annex Galleries was established in 1971 in Santa Rosa, California. Primarily a secondary-market, salon-style gallery, we specialize in 19th, 20th and 21st century American, European, Hispanic, and Asian original fine prints. Our inventory includes works in intaglio (etching, engraving, aquatint, etc); relief (woodcuts, linocuts, metal plate, etc.); planographic works (stone and metal lithographs, etc.); stencil (screenprints, pochoir, etc); Monotypes (monoprints, etc.); and photography. Additionally, we carry a smaller selection of paintings, drawings, and sculpture. Our genre focus is broad: American Arts and Crafts prints, WPA prints, TGP prints, Modernist and Abstract Expressionist prints from the 1940s through 1960s, prints created at Atelier 17 in New York and Paris, and California prints and printmakers. Our inventory, assembled over a period of forty years, consists of over 7,000 works, most of which are available on our website, updated daily.
The Annex Galleries has been the representative for the Gustave Baumann estate since 1974. On September 24, 2019, gallery director Gala Chamberlain published the 648 page catalogue raisonné of his prints and ephemera, "In a Modern Rendering: The Color Woodcuts of Gustave Baumann," through Rizzoli Publishing. We also represent prints from the estates of Anders Aldrin, Dorr Bothwell, Edmond Casarella, Bernard Childs, Leonard Edmondson, Augusta Rathbone, William S. Rice, James D. Smillie and others. The gallery also has large collections of prints by Max Pollak and Ian Hugo. The gallery participates in a number of Fine Print Fairs and art fairs throughout the US. We also organize special exhibitions in the gallery and on our website.