GEORGE KREVSKY GALLERY 77 Geary Street, San Francisco, CA
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George Krevsky has been in the art business in San Francisco since 1978. A native of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Mr. Krevsky studied fine art at Penn State University and received a B.A. from Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, PA, and went on to receive a Masters of Social Work degree from Yeshiva University in 1968. After working as a gallery director and private dealer in the Bay Area for fourteen years, he opened the George Krevsky Gallery in the Union Square district in downtown San Francisco in December 1992 following the Oakland Hills fire.
George Krevsky Gallery specializes in 20th Century American Art, showing narrative and figurative art in the Ashcan, WPA, and Social Realism traditions, as well as a select group of contemporary artists from Northern California. Contemporary artists include, Helen Berggruen, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Ken Kalman, and Mary Robertson. He has exhibited at international art fairs in Aspen, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and the San Francisco Bay Area. In addition to being the West Coast art dealer for the late Jack Levine, he also represents Levine’s wife Ruth Gikow’s estate, as well as the estate of Gordon Cook. Each spring for the past 15 years he has curated a popular Art of Baseball exhibition. Mr. Krevsky has been an active member of the San Francisco Art Dealer's Association serving as a board member since 1996, and has appeared on KGO radio, Comcast television, and numerous panels discussing Fine Art and the American Art Market.