GEOFFREY DINER GALLERY

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Geoffrey Diner Gallery offers its clients a beautifully curated selection of masterpiece decorative and fine art, including works by the most renowned artists and designers.

Earning its reputation through nearly 35+ years of experience, the Geoffrey Diner Gallery is a premier resource for individual collectors and museums seeking exceptional original works of fine art and design.  Located in a turn-of-the-century row house in the historic Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, DC, the gallery, led by Geoffrey Diner, offers clients a beautifully curated selection of masterpiece decorative and fine art, including works by the most renowned artists and designers. 

Geoffrey Diner Gallery has exhibited annually at some of the world’s best art and design fairs, including New York’s annual Winter Antiques Show since 1996 and Masterpiece Fair in London since 2012. Critics and the press have regularly noted the gallery’s excellence in terms of presentation, quality and rarity of the pieces on offer.  In addition, Geoffrey Diner Gallery offers representation worldwide for buying and selling, as well as management of estates and collections. 

As you browse this site, please note these are selected works past and present from our substantial and carefully edited collection. For inquiries about available works, representation or appraisal please contact Geoff Diner.

 
We are located at 1730 21st Street NW, just one block north of the Phillips Collection in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C.

We are located at 1730 21st Street NW, just one block north of the Phillips Collection in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C.

 

QUICK CONTACT:


Geoff Diner
Geoff@dinergallery.com
202-904-5005

Maureen Diner
Maureen@dinergallery.com
202-904-5004


 

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First and second generation Geoffrey Diner Gallery, Geoffrey Diner and Ethan Diner shown with works by Pablo Picasso, John Hoyland, Allan D’arcangelo, and Forrest Myers

First and second generation Geoffrey Diner Gallery, Geoffrey Diner and Ethan Diner shown with works by Pablo Picasso, John Hoyland, Allan D’arcangelo, and Forrest Myers

ABOUT GEOFFREY DINER


Geoffrey Diner grew up in Buffalo, New York where leaders of the American Arts & Crafts Movement’s work was revered, with endless living examples available for inspiration. The pre-eminent New York based American Arts & Crafts Movement founders, Gustav Stickley in Syracuse and Charles Rohlf’s Furniture Company founded in Buffalo conjured the astute seeker and collector in Geoff, who had a learned passion for the period before hitch-hiking to the West Coast in the late 1960s to attend college. Over the next decade or so, Geoffrey Diner pursued his interest in the Arts & Crafts contemporaries in California, from Greene + Greene’s Japan inspired masterpieces of Arts & Crafts design in Pasadena to California Dutch American artisan Dirk van Erp and their contemporaries.

Upon graduating from the University of California, a student of Art History, Geoffrey Diner has dedicated his livelihood to the world of art and design, as a student, collector, appraiser and scholar. In his early career, Geoffrey helped to propel praise and recognition of the finest examples from the American and British Arts & Crafts Movement, assisting museums and collectors. The gallery has always traversed periods, and today Geoffrey Diner Gallery’s status as a preeminent source of post-war art and design is borne of its founders initial motivations and nearly 40 years of experience in the art and design market.

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