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Di Tommaso Galleries features traditional fine works of art by leading historical and contemporary artists. It includes American western art, fine landscapes, majestic wildlife art, intimate still lifes, and exceptional figurative paintings. Among the artists are Roy Andersen, Leon Gaspard, Bill Moomey, Clyde Aspevig, Jim Gilmore, Tom Nicholas, Richard Axtell, Rod Goebel, and David Nordahl. It also has a branch, located at 172 Center Street, Jackson.

Location: 7141 E. Main Street, Scottsdale Arizona 85252 Telephone 480-945-9888 Fax 480-945-0585

Other Art nearby:
(Scottsdale) American Fine Art Gallery
(Scottsdale) Ancient Arts Gallery
(Scottsdale) Ancient Trails Tours
(Carefree) Andora Gallery
(Scottsdale) Andrea Smith Gallery
(Scottsdale) Artisimo Gallery

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