Andrea S. Keogh Art & Design, LLC specializes in Modern & Contemporary Art. The gallery curates thematic exhibitions and features paintings, sculpture and works on paper by artists of national and international standing. We pride ourselves on our connoisseurship, research and reputation for integrity and count private collectors and museums as clients.
Estate jewelry from the 1950’s to the 1980’s by sought-after makers such as Cartier, Lalaounis, Pomellato, Seaman Schepps, Tiffany and Webb is also for sale.
Andrea S. Keogh
Andrea has 40 years of experience in the art business in London and New York. A graduate of Trinity College, CT she attended the Cooper-Hewitt/Parsons MA program in the History of Decorative Arts & Design and has participated in Attingham Study Programs. Currently she is pursuing her GIA Graduate Gemologist Diploma. Her career includes stints with Sotheby’s, Citibank’s Art Advisory Service and with well-known dealers John Driscoll, Chris Beetles, Michael Altman and Howard Godel.
In the mid 1990’s and early 2000’s Andrea operated a gallery in a Beaux-Arts townhouse at 24 East 73rdStreet, just off Madison Avenue in Manhattan. After many years as a private dealer, she opened Andrea S. Keogh Art & Design, a retail gallery on Litchfield, Connecticut’s historic town green, in 2014. In spring 2018 the business relocated to its’ current location in Newport, RI. Over her long career she has sold to many private collectors and numerous museums including the Currier (NH), Georgia Museum of Art (GA), Greenville County Museum of Art (SC), Harvard University Art Museums (MA), Museum of Fine Arts (Boston), National Museum of Wildlife Art (WY), Salvador Dali Museum (Spain) and Worcester Art Museum (MA).
Aside from her passion for Fine Art, Keogh has a long-standing interest in Architecture and Interiors and has renovated four historic homes. She lives in Jamestown, RI with her husband Bill, and their dogs Heidi, Churchill, and Theo. Bill and Andrea have two daughters – Isabel lives in Austin, TX and Corinne lives in New York City.