Andrea Crane Fine Art is a private dealership and advisory service based in New York City, working with collectors in the United States and globally. Areas of expertise range from Impressionism to Modern, Post-war and Contemporary art. Since 2013, Andrea Crane has also been an advisor to one of the most important living artists working today.
With the aim of developing collections that bridge the 20th and 21st centuries, the firm has sold important works by artists including Picasso, Moore, Lichtenstein, Beckmann, Monet, Krasner, Diebenkorn, Ruscha, Kandinsky, Frankenthaler, and a number of contemporary artists. As both dealer and artist advisor, Andrea has placed works in the Brooklyn Museum, the National Gallery in Washington, the Art Institute of Chicago, and other European institutions. The firm also works closely with Foundations and Estates.
Before setting up her own consultancy in 2013, Andrea held senior positions at Gagosian, Krugier, Sotheby’s, Phillips, Villa Grisebach and Christie’s. She received her Bachelor’s degree from the Johns Hopkins University, and a Masters in the History of Art from the University of Chicago. She currently serves as Co-Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Drawing Center, and previously served as a Board Member for the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Andrea is a regular guest speaker at the New York County Lawyers’ Association on the subject of legal and regulatory matters relating to art.
In 2021 she was accepted as a member to the Art Dealers Association of America.
Barbara Babcock started working with Andrea Crane Fine Art in 2017. She has concurrently been the director of LoveBird Projects, a consulting firm specializing in Modern and Contemporary art. Prior to this, Barbara had served as the director of the Luise Ross Gallery in Chelsea with a specialization in Outsider art. She assisted with the development and execution of all the gallery exhibitions and worked closely with both artists and collectors. She graduated with honors from Brown University.