OSUNA ART & ANTIQUES

PAINTING, SCULPTURE, DECORATIVE ART AND ANTIQUES FROM THE OSUNA ART GALLERY IN KENSINGTON, MD.

Old Masters & 19th Century

Old Masters & 19th Century

Works by Old Masters of the 16th, 17th and 18th Century and works of the 19th Century. Our collection is renowned for its eclectic and unique selection of works spanning a wide variety of styles and art periods.

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Modern Art

A wide array of techniques and styles are present throught our collection of Modern and Contemporary art, represented in works by a diverse group of European, American and Latin American artists.

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Modern Art
Sculpture

Sculpture

From bronze, marble and wood carvings by European and American artists to clay artifacts in museum-quality condition, Osuna Art & Antiques sculpture collection showcases a wide variety of techniques and art periods.

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Antiques

Original antiques and decorative art, featuring 17t, 18th &19th century European and American silver, clocks, lamps and other pieces.

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Antiques
Furniture

Furniture

An exquisite collection of chairs, cabinets, mirrors and other pieces of European, Asian and American fine furniture featuring objects ranging from the French Renaissance to Chinese Art Nouveau.

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About our gallery

  • “With its impressive Old Masters, life-size marble sculpture and skillful use of lighting, art dealer Ramon Osuna’s gallery looks like someone’s fantasy of a 19th-century European museum.”

    The Washington Post
  • “Washington Color Field painters look fresh at Osuna Art. (…) One of the most striking things about the exhibit is the condition of the paintings. Out of the stored private collections of Ramon Osuna and gallery co-owner Robert Lennon, these paintings are literally, not only figuratively, fresh and unsullied.”

    The Gazzete
  • “Refreshingly eclectic. A brand-new gallery in a buttoned-up locale — a glass-enclosed space off the wood-paneled lobby of a downtown Bethesda office building. It’s awfully stuffy in here, but Osuna’s eclectic selection refreshes.”

    The Washington Post

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